- Professor David Brereton (Roma)
Deputy Director, Sustainable Minerals Institute
David was appointed as foundation Director of the Centre for Social Responsibility in Mining (CSRM) at UQ in late 2001. During his tenure, CSRM grew into a world leading centre of research expertise on the social challenges facing the mining and minerals sector. He now works with the Sustainable Minerals Institute, driving cross-disciplinary initiatives to improve the sustainability performance of the minerals industry.
"UQ and the Sustainable Minerals Institute" - view presentation
- John Hillier
With more than 40 years’ experience in groundwater studies, John has a wealth of knowledge and experience in groundwater resources and investigating the impacts of coal seam gas extraction on the Great Artesian Basin and other aquifers
Galilee Basin Mining and Groundwater - Impact on the Great Artesian Basin - view presentation
- Peter Donaghy
Regional Director, Mines, and Director of Coal Assessment, DNRM
Peter has spent the past 15 years with the government including leading the agricultural economics team in Rockhampton and managing significant state-wide projects. He has been involved in various land use projects examining the economics behind competing land uses and the economic impact of land management decision making.
“Mining Projects and Exploration in the Central Galilee Basin 2013” - view presentation
- Ian Gordon
Regional Manager, Water Services, DNRM
Ian is accountable for the oversight of water licencing, planning and monitoring activities undertaken as part of the Departments portfolio of business. He has a technical background in catchment hydrology, water quality and landscape process.
“Water and the Galilee Basin” - view presentation
- David Stolz
Executive Director, Supply Chain Development, DSDIP
David has around 25 years experience in a range of industrial sectors, from telecommunications to banking and insurance, and government sectors. David currently leads whole-of-government policy development with respect to major economic infrastructure, with a particular focus on the resources sector and regions
"Galilee Basin Development Strategy" - view presentation
- Christopher Loveday
Manager, Mining, DEHP
Chris has a background in licensing and permitting of water and water related development in Central Queensland and the evaluation of Terms Of Reference, Environmental Impact Assessments and proposed environmental monitoring programs for large coal and hard rock mining operations in Queensland. Chris currently manages the licensing and compliance of mining activities in the Central Region .
"EHP and the Galilee Basin" - view presentation
For more information about the Field Day or to follow up with a speaker or company representative please contact AgForce Projects on (07) 3238 6048.
The CSG Project is delivered by AgForce Projects with the support of the Queensland Government, the Australian Petroleum Production and Exploration Association, Queensland Resources Council and the GasFields Commission Queensland.