Sector Expert: Paul Ogilvie

Saint Jean Carbon Inc.

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Paul Ogilvie, the CEO of Saint Jean Carbon, brings a wealth of knowledge to the graphite sector. He has been extensively involved in several start-ups, including emerging graphite companies, for over 33 years. He most recently served as chief executive officer and director for both Mega Graphite Inc. and Canada Carbon. Prior to this, in 2007 Ogilvie led a private investment group in the redevelopment and turnaround of Industrial Minerals Inc., now known as Northern Graphite Corporation (NGC:TSX.V), a junior mining company that is presently developing one of the largest large-flake natural graphite deposits in the world. Ogilvie has direct experience in the development of technologies related to the production of graphite ores and the operation of global graphite markets for base and high purity graphite products.



Recent Interviews

Understanding High-Grade Lump Graphite (11/18/13)

Four graphite ore samples are placed on a conference room table. Straight from the earth, which one can be used to write on a piece of paper? Answer: the lump graphite sample. In this interview with The Gold Report, Paul Ogilvie, CEO of the newly formed Saint Jean Carbon, explains the distinctive advantages of lump graphite from a mining and marketing perspective and describes his plan to create a profitable company from an uncommon form of high-grade graphite deposit. Read how the company is educating investors on this highest-grade form of graphite while restarting world-class mines using modern technology and an experienced business team.



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