Russell Clark

Russell Clark is a mining professional with over 40 years of experience in senior corporate, operational and project management roles in gold, industrial minerals, iron ore and base metal mines and has worked in Australia, the USA, Africa, South America and PNG. In 2013, as chief executive of Azimuth Resources, he concluded the acceptance of a takeover of Azimuth by Troy Resources. As managing director of Grange Resources, he managed the merger with ABM that made Grange become the largest magnetite producer in Australia through the Savage River mine, and was responsible for the production of pre-feasibility and bankable studies for the $3b Southdown magnetite project in South West Australia. Mr Clark also worked for Renison Goldfields for 18 years at numerous mining operations, and spent 8 years with Normandy/Newmont where his final role was group executive of operations, responsible for 8 mining operations in Australia and New Zealand. Mr Clark has a Mining degree from the Royal School of Mines in London, and a Postgraduate Diploma in Mining and Finance. He is a chartered engineer, a Fellow of the Australian Institute of Company Directors, and a member of the AusIMM and the Institute of Metals, Materials and Mining.
Bio last updated 11 Feb 2020

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