Management & Technical Team

A geologist with over 25 years’ experience in the resources sector.

Donald’s previous role was with Red River Resources (RVR) (2014-2021) where he was responsible for strategy and business development. He transformed RVR into a $150m ASX listed company with a portfolio of operating assets (Thalanga Copper-Lead-Zinc Mine and Hillgrove Antimony-Gold Mine), exploration and development projects.

Prior to RVR, he held senior executive roles in the resource sector and worked in corporate finance (Metals & Mining, Deutsche Bank, London). He has worked as an exploration and mining geologist in Western Australia, Russia and Myanmar.

Erik is a geologist with over 30 years’ experience in the resources sector, with over 20 years at senior/management level, for multiple exploration and resource development companies both across Australia and overseas.

His expertise ranges from project assessment, target generation and grass roots exploration through to resource development and mine geology. He has experience in numerous mineralisation styles and commodities including gold, silver, base metals and tin, amongst others, in Queensland, Western Australia, Victoria, NSW, PNG and West Africa.

Erik is a Member of the Australian Institute of Geoscientists (AIG) and has acted as Competent Person for ASX releases for several companies.

Bruce worked at the Centre of Excellence in Ore Deposits and Exploration Science (CODES) at the University of Tasmania, Australia for 30 years, where he served as Head of the School of Earth Sciences and Director of CODES.

At CODES, Bruce conducted research on a wide range of ore deposit types, including VHMS deposits, LS-IS-HS epithermal deposits, structurally-controlled copper deposits, as well as modern seafloor hydrothermal systems. He specializes in mineralogy and geochemistry of hydrothermal alteration and its application to exploration. In addition, he, along with collaborators, developed process-based exploration models focusing on mineral chemistry zoning in porphyry-epithermal deposit environments.

He has published over 100 papers in international peer-reviewed journals, was a past President of the Society of Economic Geologists (SEG) and is currently the technical editor for the SEG’s newsletter, SEG Discovery.

Since leaving CODES in 2017, Bruce has become a consultant to the minerals industry where he has undertaken consulting in Australia, Canada, USA, Mexico, Turkey, Argentina, Peru, Sweden, Fiji and Indonesia.


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