Jeremy Whybrow has over 25 years of experience in the mining industry, both domestically and internationally. He has devised, developed and executed exploration programs in some of the most remote places globally utilising most exploration technologies. His experience has been mainly in the operational environment and includes significant exposure to exploration and mining operations, project evaluation and feasibility studies.
Mr Whybrow also has extensive international exploration experience having worked in China, Africa and the Philippines as well as numerous localities in Australia.
As a founding director of Greenland Minerals and Energy, Mr Whybrow has been instrumental in conducting the exploration programs that have seen the Kvanefjeld project emerge as the world's largest resource of rare earth elements (as defined by internationally recognized reporting standards).