Greg Durack is a highly experienced metallurgist and mining executive with more than 30 years of global mining experience and vast knowledge in project evaluation, feasibility studies, project development and mining operations. Mr Durack has a distinguished career spanning multiple commodities and projects. His consulting company is the Study Manager for the Definitive Feasibility Study for Pilbara Minerals Pilgangoora LithiumTantalum Project in Western Australia’s Pilbara region, which is about to commence commissioning. Mr Durack is managing the technical aspects of the project with a priority on processing and commissioning. Between 2007 and 2013, Mr Durack was chief executive of ASX-listed Jupiter Mines, where he was one of a team of three executives who raised $100 million from equity markets and a further $50 million from the Pallinghurst Co-investors, which helped to contribute to Jupiter’s share of construction costs for the Tshipi Manganese Project in South Africa. He also oversaw extensive resource definition and feasibility work on the Mt Mason and Mt Ida iron ore deposits in Western Australia. Earlier in his career, Mr Durack was managing director of Batavia Mining where he oversaw resource development and initial feasibility studies on the Deflector Copper-Gold Project. Prior to this, he worked for an extended period for Normandy Mining and Newmont Mining Corporation on projects including the management of the Perama Gold Project in northern Greece and the Ahafo Gold Project in Ghana. Mr Durack holds a Bachelor of Applied Science, Chemistry from Curtin University of Technology.