Paul Everingham has taken a collaborative approach while at the helm of WA’s Chamber of Minerals and Energy, steering the industry through the pandemic and winning praise for his efforts. So why is he leaving?

INSIDER MAGAZINE: How Paul Everingham helped to save WA mining from COVID-19 and why he’s called it quits

Main Image: Paul Everingham has taken a collaborative approach while at the helm of WA’s Chamber of Minerals and Energy, steering the industry through the pandemic and winning praise for his efforts. So why is he leaving? Credit: Michael Wilson/The West Australian

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