Mr Dennis has been actively involved in the mining industry for over 30 years. He has held senior management positions at MIM Holdings Limited, a large international mining company with interests in gold, coal and base metals mining which was acquired by Xstrata Plc in 2013, Minara Resources Limited, a nickel and cobalt mining company, and Brambles Australia Limited, a supply chain logistics company. For 8 years until mid-2015, Mr Dennis was the Chief Executive Officer and Managing Director of CBH Resources Limited a silver, lead and zinc producer, which is the Australian subsidiary of Toho Zinc Co., Ltd of Japan. He is currently the Chairman (Non-Executive) of Heron Resources Limited, a nickel, gold and base metals explorer with projects in Australia; Rox Resources Limited, a base and precious metals exploration company with projects in Western Australia and the Northern Territory; and Graphex Mining Limited, a graphite exploration and development company with a project in Tanzania.
Mr O’Keeffe is well known within the resources industry world-wide. He is currently the Executive Chairman of Champion Iron Limited (ASX: CIA), an iron ore exploration and development company with properties located in Canada and previously was the Executive Chairman of Riversdale Mining Limited, a coal exploration and development company with projects in the United States and Canada prior to that Company being acquired by Rio Tinto PLC in April 2011. Mr O’Keeffe was also the Managing Director of Glencore Australia Limited from 1995 to 2004, a company involved in a range of commodities with projects located across Australia. Mr O’Keeffe will bring a wealth of experience to EHR Resources Limited as it pursues a new direction within the resources sector.
Mr King is a corporate adviser and lawyer with over 15 years' experience in domestic and international legal, financial and corporate matters. Mr King is a Director of a boutique corporate advisory and compliance business where he specialises in corporate and strategic advice and managing legal issues associated with clients. He spent several years in London where he worked with Allen and Overy LLP and Debevoise & Pimpton LLP and has extensive corporate experience, particularly in relation to cross border private equity, leveraged buy-out acquisitions and acting for banks, financial institutions and corporate issuers in respect of various debt and equity capital raisings. He regularly advises ASX listed companies on corporate and commercial matters, and is currently a Non-Executive Director of a number of ASX listed companies.
Mr Bradley is an energy industry commercial specialist with 30 years of business development experience including Senior Management roles with El Paso Corporation, Epic Energy, Parker Drilling Company and senior managing consulting roles with Wood Mackenzie. Mr Bradley has also privately advised a broad range of international companies on assessing, developing and executing commercialization strategies and business development initiatives. His experience includes significant M&A coordination roles realising over $2 billion in closed transactions. Mr. Bradley is currently a Director of Fengate Exmouth Energy SPV Pty Ltd, and Managing Director of both Exmouth Power Station Pty Ltd and Gas Transportation Solutions Pty Ltd.
Mr Peter Ravenscroft brings 40 years of experience in the international mining industry, with specific knowledge of diamonds, and a background in exploration, geostatistics, resource evaluation and mine planning. He progressed from technical roles in De Beers and Anglo American in southern Africa to leadership positions in Rio Tinto in the UK, Australia and Canada. He has been involved in operations, projects and M&A in base metals, gold and iron ore across the Rio Tinto group, and was also for many years Rio Tinto’s leading expert on diamond resource evaluation. In an executive role with Cleveland Cliffs Inc., Mr Ravenscroft built a global exploration function focused on diversification through earn-in deals with junior partners and brought several successful projects to an advanced evaluation stage. More recently he has been an independent consultant providing strategic advisory services to a number of global clients, with a particular focus on the diamond sector in Canada. He has served as a non-executive director on a number of boards in Australia and Canada. Mr Ravenscroft has a Masters equivalent from the Paris School of Mines and is a Fellow of the AusIMM.