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Trigg Mining Limited (ASX:TMG) is looking to secure Australia's sustainable agriculture future through the exploration of essential potassium fertiliser, sulphate of potash (SOP), necessary for global food production and human nutrition.  SOP can be produced sustainably through solar evaporation of potassium-rich hyersaline brine water, without the need for large open pits or waste-rock dumps.  

The Trigg Mining SOP Projects are located nearby established energy and transport infrastructure for access to Australian and international agricultural markets, approximately 200 km east of Laverton in Western Australia and include a JORC Compliant Exploration Target.  The 100% owned projects cover over 3,100 square kilometres of granted tenure containing over 480 square kilometres of salt lake playa and 400 km of interpreted palaeochannels (ancient underground rivers), all highly prospective for  SOP mineralisation.

Board of Directors 

BEng (Mining) MBA(Economics) AdvDip (Corporate Governance) FAusIMM MAICD

 

​Keren is an externally recognised mining industry leader with 20 years’ international experience spanning the entire mining value chain.  Her roles have involved greenfields exploration, feasibility studies, mine development, operations management, debt and equity financing, and mergers & acquisitions.

 

Her passion for all things mining led her to launch a successful uranium exploration company on the ASX in 2009 and has taken her across the world in corporate and operational roles with Fortescue Metals Group, CopperCo, Resource Capital Funds, Mines and Resources Australia (Areva), MPI Mines, Outokumpu, Goldfields and RGC.

 

Keren was a Telstra Western Australian Young Business Women of the Year (2005) and holds a WA First Class Mine Manager Certificate of Competency. 

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Mike is an experienced mining executive (previously undertaking roles as chairman, managing director and chief financial officer) having worked for four junior ASX-listed resource companies over the last 13 years.  In April 2017 he resigned as Managing Director of Balamara Resources having led its development from a start-up in 2011 to a substantial pre-production company, via the acquisition and development of three coal projects in southern Poland.

Prior to Balamara, Mike was CFO of Kangaroo Resources taking the company from a listed shell to a market capitalisation of over A$600 million over a 2-year period before the company's trade sale to a leading international producer.  He has extensive experience in developing several junior resource companies through IPOs and beyond on the ASX, AIM and LSE and he has worked as a senior executive across a broad range of industries in Australia, Africa and the UK over the last 25 years.

​BSc MBA

 

Bill has 25 years’ international experience in resources and corporate advisory. He is a Director of Mainsheet Capital and was the Managing Director of Chalice Gold from 2012 to 2014 where he led the acquisition of exploration and development projects for the company.  Prior to Chalice, Mr Bent was VP Business Development at Mirabela Nickel for 3 years, as part of the operational ramp-up and the refinancing and restructuring team. His advisory experience includes 10 years in strategy and M&A for the mining resources and utility sectors in both Australia and UK.

Mr Bent started his career as a metallurgist for AngloGold in South Africa before moving to Genesis Oil & Gas Consultants as a process engineer, during which time he became a Chartered Engineer with the Institute of Chemical Engineers (UK).

BCom Grad Dip AppCorpGov FCIS FGIA F Fin GAICD

 

Karen is a Chartered Secretary with extensive compliance, capital raising, merger and acquisition, IPO and backdoor listing experience in a diverse range of industries including technology, media, resources, health care and life science. She has assisted a substantial number of private start-up and established businesses transition to being publicly-listed companies for over 13 years.

 

Karen is an active member of the Governance Institute and has participated as a mentor of the University of Western Australia's Career Mentor Link programme for over 8 years.

 

Karen is presently the principle of a consulting firm and secretary of a number of ASX-listed companies, providing corporate services to those clients. 

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Exploration Team

Neil Inwood - Technical Manager

MSc (Ore Deposit Geology), BSc (Applied Geology), FAusImm

Neil has over 25 years' international geology experience in base, gold and speciality metals.  In the last 15 years he has had significant consulting and venture capital experience, and was previously the Managing Director at Berkut Minerals, Executive Geologist with Verona Capital and prior to that, Principal Geologist with the international mining consultancy Coffey Mining.

Neil led the geological team that established the world-class endowment of the Panda Hill Niobium Project in Tanzania for Cradle Resources, and performed the role of Geology Manager for Boss Resources following his involvement in the acquisition phase of the Honeymoon Uranium Mine.  

Neil holds a Master's Degree in Geology and is a Fellow of the AusIMM.

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DIRECTORS

    ADDRESS

    REGISTERED OFFICE

    Level 1, Office F, 1139 Hay Street

    West Perth WA 6005

    PRINCIPAL PLACE OF BUSINESS

    Level 3, 216 St Georges Terrace

    Perth WA 6000

    www.triggmining.com.au

    +61 8 9220 2231

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    MANAGING DIRECTOR & CEO

    Keren Paterson 

    NON-EXECUTIVE CHAIRPERSON

    Mike Ralston

    NON-EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR

    William (Bill) Bent 

    COMPANY SECRETARY

    Karen Logan 

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    Namesake 

    Trigg Mining is named after the Western Australian Pioneer, Henry Trigg. Henry was a carpenter who arrived in the early days of the Swan River settlement (Perth) in 1829. His leadership and practical skills led him to become the Superintendent of Public Works, building key infrastructure for Perth, Rottnest and Guildford, including the Causeway and Canning Bridge. 

    Trigg Mining's Managing Director, Keren Paterson, is a descendant of Trigg and has named the Company in honour of his pioneering spirit. 

     
    Trigg Mining Limited
    Level 1, Office E
    1139 Hay Street
    West Perth  Western Australia  6005
    Office: +61 8 6114 5685
    info@triggmining.com.au
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