• John Hasleby

    Vice President – USA
    BAppSc, MAusIMM

    Mr Hasleby is a geologist with over 29 years experience in the exploration and mining industries. He has an operational and managerial background in exploration, development and mining with Australian and international companies, in the successful search for oil & gas, uranium, platinoids, base metals and rare earths in Australia and overseas. He has a Bachelor of Applied Science degree and is a member of the Australasian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy.

  • Steven Jackson

    Company Secretary
    BEc, CPA

    Mr Jackson is a member of CPA Australia who graduated from the University of Western Australia in 2008 with a Bachelor of Economics having majored in International Business Economics and Money and Banking.

  • Lauritz Barnes

    Study Manager – Mining & Resource
    BSc Hons Geology, Grad. Cert. Applied Finance (KAPLAN), MAusIMM, MAIG

    Mr Barnes is a geologist with over 15 years experience, specialising in resource estimation, project evaluation and project development. He is a member of both the Australasian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy (AusIMM) and the Australian Institute of Geoscientists (AIG).
    His initial roles were with for BHP Minerals (now BHP Billiton) at the Cannington Ag-Pg-Zn Mine in Queensland and with the exploration group based in Perth, Western Australia. He set up his own consulting company in 1999 and began working with Mitchell River Group as a Geologist. Specialising in resource estimation and project evaluation, he has consulted over the years to numerous ASX, TSX and AIM listed companies including Panoramic Resources (formerly Sally Malay Mining Limited), Albidon Limited, Mirabela Nickel, Wildhorse Energy and Valdera Resources. Recently, his primary consulting and advisory roles have been to ASX listed companies including African Energy Resources, Anova Metals, Exco Resources, Crusader Resources and Energy Ventures. Commodities covered in these various roles include gold, copper-gold, nickel, uranium, base metals, coal and rare earths.