Working Groups

QEC Management Committee

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  • Geoff Dickie, QEC Chairman (Chair Research Working Group)
  • Dave Mason, Deputy Chairman
  • Michael Roche (Michael Roche Advisory)
  • Robin Polson, Deloitte (Chair Investment Working Group)
  • Alasdair Jeffrey, Rowland (Chair Events & Business Attraction Working Group)
  • Euan Morton, Synergies Economic Consulting (Chair Scorecard Working Group)
  • John Haley, Metallica Minerals (QRC Board explorer member)
  • Darren Walker, U&D Mining (QRC Board explorer member – alternate)
  • Andrew Carrick, EY (Gold sponsor)
  • Dominic McGann/Louise Horrocks, McCullough Robertson (Gold sponsor)
  • Lyall Hinrichsen, Department of Natural Resources and Mines (Gold sponsor)
  • Tony Knight DNRM

 Business Attraction and Events Working Group

  • Andrew Barger  QRC
  • Robert Bladier
  • Andrew Carrick EY
  • Anthony Christensen TIQ
  • Geoff Dickie QEC Chair
  • Phil Dickinson Noosa Mining Conference
  • Lyall Hinrichsen DNRM
  • Todd Harrington Queensland Resources Investment Commissioner
  • Louise Horrocks McCullough Robertson
  • Alasdair Jeffrey Rowland
  • Brad John
  • Tony Knight DNRM
  • Brian Martin Heatherington Exploration
  • Dave Mason QEC Deputy Chair
  • Dominic McGann McCullough Robertson
  • Caroline Morrissey QEC Manager
  • Stephanie Paul Phillips Group
  • Andrew Pedler Matau Advisory
  • Robin Polson Deloitte
  • Michael Roche QRC
  • Glenn Russell PWC
  • Steven Silvester Brisbane Marketing
  • Scott Waddell Metro Mining
  • Anthony Whyte BDO

Research Working Group

  • Geoff Dickie, QEC Chairman (Chair)
  • Dave Mason, Deputy QEC Chairman
  • Andrew Waltho, Rio Tinto
  • Dan Wood, UQ
  • Scott Bryan, Queensland University of Technology
  • Laurie Hutton, Geological Survey of Queensland
  • Lutz Gross, The University of Queensland
  • Travis Murphy, Sustainable Minerals Institute
  • Robert Hough, CSIRO
  • Sue Slater, PESA
  • Paul Dirks, James Cook University
  • Zaoshan Chang, James Cook University

Scorecard Working Group

  • Euan Morton, Synergies Economic Consulting (Chair)
  • Andrew Barger, QRC
  • Chris Brown, Morgans
  • Lyall Hinrichsen, DNRM
  • John Briggs, Ashurst
  • Stephen Kelemen, Santos/TOGA Pty Ltd
  • Brett O’Donovan, Consultant
  • Mark Thornton, GSQ
  • Nigel Carpenter, ADIA

* Please note that membership to the above groups is subject to change.

Fast Facts

  • The Queensland resources sector’s land disturbed ‘footprint’ covers just 0.1% of Queensland’s total land surface.
    Source: www.qrc.org.au

  • Queensland has more than half of Australia’s demonstrated economic resources of lead, zinc,  silver  and bauxite and  13% of Australia’s demonstrated economic resources of and copper.
    Source: Queensland Government

  • Queensland’s resources sector in 2015-16 supported one  in every seven Queensland jobs.
    Source: www.qrc.org.au

  • Queensland has more than half of Australia’s demonstrated economic resources of lead , zinc and silver, nearly 60% of Australia’s demonstrated economic resources of bauxite and and 13% of its copper resources.
    Source: Queensland Government Mining Update

  • Queensland’s resources sector in 2015-16 delivered one in every five dollars of the state’s economy through its spending in Queensland.
    Source: www.qrc.org.au

  • Queensland’s resources sector in 2015-16  supported one in every seven Queensland jobs.
    Source: www.qrc.org.au

  • Queensland’s resources sector in 2015-16 delivered 1 in every five dollars of the state’s economy through our spending in Queensland.
    Source: www.qrc.org.au

  • Queensland’s resources sector in 2015-16 supported one in every seven Queensland jobs and $1 in every $5 of the economy
    Source: www.qrc.org.au

  • Queensland is an important producer of gold, mineral sands, phosphate and magnesite.
    Source: Queensland Government

  • The Queensland resources sector  covers  just 0.1% of Queensland’s total land surface.
    Source: www.qrc.org.au