San Francisco, California, USA
London, United Kingdom
Minister for Natural Resources and Mines Dr Anthony Lynham will launch the 2016 Queensland Exploration Scorecard at this inaugural quarterly event hosted by QEC Gold Sponsor McCullough Robertson.
The Queensland Exploration Scorecard, now in its sixth edition, tracks the performance of Queensland's exploration sector and its regulatory environment.
Also presenting will be Graphitecorp Managing Director Philip St Baker. Graphitecorp is a developer of one of the highest-grade flake graphite deposits in the world, the Mount Dromedary Project, located 125km north of Cloncurry. Mr St Baker has an impressive track record and experience in business development, project delivery, operations, trading, corporate governance and private to public transitions. Philip was previously the Managing Director and CEO of ERM Power and during his eight-year tenure the company transformed from a private power development company into one of Australia’s fastest growing diversified energy companies, listed on the ASX with annual turnover growing from $10 million to over $2 billion. Mr St Baker oversaw the development of ERM Power’s retail sales and gas exploration businesses and the expansion of its power generation business. Prior to joining ERM Power he had a 16-year career with BHP Billiton gaining diverse international experience in the resources sector including mining, processing, smelting, and refining. He holds a Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering from Queensland University of Technology.
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McCullough Robertson is a leading Australian law firm with 51 partners plus staff in Brisbane, Sydney, Newcastle and Melbourne, with a large team specialising in resources.
The QEC is a not-for-profit body, which aims to have Queensland acknowledged as a minerals and energy exploration leader by 2020 with Brisbane at its heart.