Adani Australia

A long term investor in Australian enterprise. Building sustainable integrated infrastructure while developing long term opportunities for local communities.

At Adani, we think big

Adani is proud to be leading this significant investment and infrastructure project in Australia that will not only provide an impetus for more projects and extending Australia’s flagging mining boom, it will generate over 10,000 Australian jobs. This significant investment and vote of confidence in Queensland and Australia as a reliable investment destination will underpin Australia’s higher quality coal exports to the Asian market. That market needs coal to support their massive electrification projects that will lift 100 million people out of poverty. That’s good for Australian jobs, good for the Queensland and Australian economies and by ensuring better quality coal from a well regulated exporting nation is good for the world environment also.

Our History

The Adani Group is one of India’s leading business houses with revenue of about $ 9.4 billion for the financial year 2013-2014. Adani is a globally integrated infrastructure player with businesses spanning coal trading, coal mining, oil and gas exploration, ports, multi-modal logistics, power generation and transmission and gas distribution.

With success comes responsibility, so we take care to reinvest in protecting and developing the communities, within which we operate.

Our Vision

To be a global leader in the integrated resource, logistics and energy business through sustainable, innovative and responsible value creation.

Leadership Team

Mr Jeyakumar Janakaraj joined Adani Group in September 2013 as Chief Executive Officer of the Group’s Australian operations and has taken over the responsibility for Adani’s Mine, Rail and Port projects in Australia. Jeyakumar has a rich experience of 21 years in the mining industry, building and developing world-class mining projects and resource companies. Prior to joining Adani Group, MrJanakaraj was with Sterlite Industries for 18 years during which time he held a number of executive roles, most recently CEO and Director of Konkola Copper Mines, Zambia. Jeyakumar has a Mechanical Engineering degree from PSG College of Technology, Coimbatore. In 2006, Jeyakumar was awarded the Gold Medal by the Indian Institute of Metals for his significant contribution to the non-ferrous metallurgical industry and is also listed by the International Who’s Who of Professionals (2009).

Samir has over 20 years’ experience in International Trading and the Resource sector, with his main area of expertise is in Coal Mining and the Infrastructure. Appointed to his current position with Adani Australia in 2011, Samir is currently responsible for the development of the Carmichael Coal Mine, North Galilee Basin Railway and Abbot Point Port (T0) expansion with a total capital outlay of AUD 10 Bn. Previous positions that Samir has held have been CEO of PT Adani Global (Indonesia) which he was responsible for the development & operation of the green-field coal mine “Bunyu” which is located in East Kalimanthan. Concurrently, he held the position as Director Mining of Adani Mining Pty Ltd (India) and was responsible for development of Parsa East and KenteBasan Coal Mine. Samir migrated to Brisbane in late 2010 immediately after the acquisition of Carmichael Coal mine and has been instrumental in the establishment of Adani Australia organization. Samir holds a B.S. in Computer Science from the California State University (US).

Capt. Sandeep Mehta arrived in Australia in August 2012 to oversee Adani’s port expansion and development in Queensland. Prior to his Australian appointment he has held the positions of President and later CEO of Adani’s Container and Logistics Business, Mundra Port and Special Economic Zone.

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