Jeremy Robinson is the founder of RareX that was acquired by Sagon. Mr Robinson has worked in both the capital markets and in-house for junior and mid-cap mining companies for the past 15 years. Mr Robinson is an experienced mining executive having held senior roles at Mungana Goldmines Limited and Apex Minerals Limited. Mr Robinson holds a Bachelor of Commerce from the University of Western Australia majoring in Corporate Finance, Investment Finance and Marketing.
Oonagh Malone is a principal of a corporate advisory firm which provides company secretarial and administrative services. She has over 9 years’ experience in administrative support roles for listed exploration companies and is a member of the Governance Institute of Australia. Ms Malone is a non-executive director of Hawkstone Mining Limited and Carbine Resources Limited. She is currently company secretary to ASX listed companies Boss Resources Limited, Bunji Corporation Limited, Caprice Resources Limited, Clancy Exploration Limited, Hawkstone Mining Limited and New Century Resources Limited.
Lead Consultant Metallurgist
Mr Gavin Beer has more than 30 years’ experience in technical and operational roles in the mining industry with the last 12 being exclusively within the Rare Earth and Technology Metals sector. Mr Beer is a Chartered Professional and a Member of the Australian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy and is qualified as a Competent Person for both JORC and NI 43-101 reporting with respect to his metallurgical expertise.
Mr Beer has been responsible for the development of flow sheets for 8 rare earth projects globally and is recognised as one of the world’s preeminent metallurgical experts in the rare earth industry.
Mr Beer is the founder and principal of Met-Chem Consulting Pty Ltd, a specialist consultancy focused on rare earths and critical metals processing. Met-Chem has been engaged by more than 20 rare earth companies globally including Hastings Technology Metals Ltd (ASX:HAS), Pensana Metals Ltd (ASX:PM8) and Mkango Resources Ltd (AIM:MKA).
Mr Beer was previously the General Manager Metallurgy of Peak Resources Limited (ASX:PEK) and Manager Metallurgy of Arafura Resources Limited (ASX:ARU).
Mr Beer will be responsible for supervising the metallurgical testwork and flowsheet design and optimisation at the Cummins Range Rare Earths Project.
Head of Exploration
Mr Guy Moulang has more than 15 years’ experience in technology metals, base metals and gold exploration. Mr Moulang has a Bachelor of Science from James Cook University and is a Member of the Australian Institute of Geoscientists (AIG).
Mr Moulang spent 10 years at Kagara Ltd where he played an integral role in taking Kagara from an ASX-listed junior to an ASX 200 company with a market capitalisation of A$1.5 billion through the discovery and drill out of multiple base metal orebodies.
Mr Moulang will be responsible for overseeing the Sagon’s exploration activities at Cummins Range Rare Earths Project.
Jayson founded Resource Potentials in 2001 and is a Principal Geophysicist and Director of the company. Jayson has a BSc in geology from California State University (1987), MSc in geochemistry (University of Miami, 1989) and PhD in geophysics (University of Miami, 1995).
His broad, global understanding of geology and exploration has contributed towards new discoveries, especially in the search for gold, manganese, iron, base metals, industrial metals, coal, diamonds and hydrocarbons. Experienced with project management, evaluation, due diligence, land access, native title cooperation, environmental issues, local legal and political frameworks, and contract negotiations.
A long research and teaching association with Curtin University and CRCs in the area of geophysical exploration for blind mineral deposits under regolith cover or along deep structures. Jayson was awarded (joint) the Laric Hawkins Award in 2000 for the Most Innovative Use of a Geophysical Technique presented by the Australian Society of Exploration Geophysicists, and is an author of many peer reviewed articles.
Jayson is a member of AIG (fellow), ASEG, AGU, Soc Econ Geol.