HARRY L. ANTHONY, IV - PE
M.S. - Engineering Mechanics, Pennsylvania State University, 1973
B.S. - Engineering Mechanics, Pennsylvania State University, 1969
- Consultant - Part Time Anthony Engineering Services
(1997- Present) Kingsville, Texas
- Consultant for several major uranium companies and international agency. Project evaluation, operations "trouble shooter," and technical and financial expert.
- Sr. Vice President Uranium Resources Inc.
(1990-1997) Kingsville, Texas
- Responsibilities included: oversight of construction, technical aspects, and daily
operations of plants and wellfields; budget planning and forecasting; property evaluations;
and reserve estimations. Managed all facets of operations and technical support to
achieve production goals: drilling, ion exchange, reverse osmosis, software development,
and equipment design. Served on URI Board of Directors from 1984-1994.
- Vice President, Engineering Uranium Resources, Inc (1984-1990) .
- Engineering Manager Corpus Christi, Texas (1978-1984)
- Evaluated properties for development. Planned and managed reserve delineation
programs. Planned, drilled and implemented construction of wellfields. Performed
engineering design and managed development of ISL recovery facilities.
- Designed, procured, built and operated:
- 1979 - URI/Coastal States Bruni ISL Project -- Texas, 500 gpm
- 1980 - URI/Conoco/Framco Benavides Project -- Texas, 850 gpm
- 1981 - Tenneco's West Cole Project- Texas, 1500 gpm (URI full turnkey contract)
- 1982 - URI North Platte Pilot - Wyoming, 50 gpm
- 1987 - URI Kingsville Dome Project -- Texas, 5,500 gpm
- 1990 - URI Rosita Project -- Texas, 3,800 gpm
- Project Superintendent Union Carbide Corp. (1976-1977) Benavides, Texas
- Operated pilot plant and commercial facility at Palangana ISL uranium recovery project.
- Responsible for plant and wellfield operations.
- Project Engineer Union Carbide Corp. (1970-1976) Marietta, Ohio
- Performed work related to: electrolytic chromium processing involving hi-carbon ferrochrome dissolution with H2SO4 vacuum crystallization,
and electrowinning of high purity chrome used in the making of stainless steels
- Tantalum/Columbium extraction utilizing HF and H2SO4 leach, solvent extraction, precipitation, and calcining to recover rare earths from tin slags smelted in Thailand.