Our People.

Bruce Lane

BCom, MSc, GAICD, Executive Director

Mr Lane has significant experience in ASX listed and large industrial companies. Mr Lane has held management positions in a number of global blue chip companies as well as resource companies and start ups in New Zealand, Europe and Australia.

Prior to founding Voyager Energy which was subsequently acquired by GTI, Mr Lane has been involved in the acquisition, funding and exploration of a number of uranium exploration projects during the last 15 years most notably with ASX listed companies Atom Energy Ltd and Stonehenge Metals Ltd.

Mr Lane holds a masters degree from London Business School and is a graduate member of the Australian Institute Of Company Directors.


BCom, Non-Executive Director

Mr Williamson was the General Manager and a director of Cameco Australia up until December 2023. His career with Cameco spanned 13 years and variously included responsibility for setting Cameco’s strategic and operational direction in Australia and managing the Australian operations budget and team.

Simon’s responsibilities during his tenure with Cameco included managing relations with key Government ministers and departments and community stakeholders. He managed project approvals processes, including negotiations with State and Federal agencies and reviewing the PFS for the Yeelirrie project.

He contributed to the project team reviewing technology options for upgrading Cameco’s MacArthur Mine and Key Lake Mill uranium mine in Canada. In addition, he was on the team reviewing Cameco’s global ESG reporting processes and reports.

Mr Williamson was intimately involved in obtaining environmental approval for the Kintyre and Yeelirrie uranium projects, including developing and implementing a program of environmental baseline studies, government and community consultation and negotiating land access. Prior to his appointment as General Manager he led the government and regulatory affairs, environmental and radiation safety activities of Cameco in Australia.

Simon also has significant experience with conducting project due diligence for acquisitions and audits which consider special interest groups, environmental, land access and community issues.

Prior to his 13 years at Cameco, Simon held roles with minerals industry participants in Australia and the US including various positions at Cliffs, Sons of Gwalia the WA Chamber of Minerals & Energy and WMC where he negotiated the mine closure criteria for a gold project near Sacramento, California.


QP (SME-RM) GDB/Red Desert, Executive Director

Mr Baughman is a highly experienced Wyoming uranium geologist and corporate executive who will help guide the Company’s technical & commercial activities in the US.

Jim is Former President & CEO of High Plains Uranium (sold for US$55m in 2006 to Uranium One) & Cyclone Uranium. Jim has 30+ years’ experience advancing minerals projects from grassroots to advanced stage. He has held senior positions (i.e., Chief Geologist, Chairman, President, Acting CFO, COO) in private & publicly traded mining & mineral exploration companies during his 30-year career.

He is a registered member of the Society of Mining, Metallurgy, Exploration and a member of the Society of Economic Geologists with a BSc in Geology (1983 University of Wyoming) and is a registered professional geologist (P. Geo State of Wyoming). Jim is a registered Member of the Society of Mining, Metallurgy, and Exploration (SME) and a Qualified Person (QP) on the Toronto Stock Exchange (TSX) and Australian Stock Exchange (ASX).

Petar Tomasevic

Non-Executive Director

Mr Tomasevic is the managing director of Vert Capital Pty Ltd, a financial services company specialising in mineral acquisition and asset implementation. He has worked with a number of ASX listed companies in marketing and investor relations roles. Mr Tomasevic is fluent in 5 languages and is currently appointed as a French and Balkans language specialist to assist in project evaluation for ASX listed junior explorers.

Mr Tomasevic was most recently a director at Fenix Resources Ltd (ASX: FEX) which is now moving into the production phase. Petar was involved in the company’s restructuring (when formerly Emergent Resources), the Iron Ridge asset acquisition, the RTO financing and then the development phase of FEX’s Iron Ridge project.


Director, US Operations

With over two decades of global experience in mineral exploration, project development, and commercial ventures, Matt Hartmann boasts a significant track record in ISR uranium across the entire project life cycle. Holding senior technical roles at Uranium Resources Inc. and Strathmore Minerals Corp, he also served as a Principal Consultant at SRK. 

Matt’s most recent position was as V.P. Technical Services at Sweetwater Royalties LLC, the largest private landowner in Wyoming, where he made substantial contributions to the uranium sector. His expertise extends to providing technical and managerial proficiency to key ISR uranium projects, including Cameco’s Smith Ranch–Highland, Encore’s Rosita central processing plant & wellfield, Laramide’s Churchrock, and Encore’s Dewey-Burdock. 

Matt enhances GTI’s commercial and technical leadership in the US, helping the company to vigorously pursue project development and commercialisation plans, including strategic partnerships.

Matthew Foy

BCom, GradDipAppFin, GradDipACG, SAFin, FGIA, FCIS, Company Secretary

Mr Foy is an active member of the WA State Governance Council of the Governance Institute Australia (GIA). With over 13 years of facilitating ASX listing rule compliance and with core competencies in publicly listed company secretarial, operational and governance disciplines. His working knowledge of ASIC and ASX reporting and document drafting skills ensure a solid base to make a valued contribution to Boards.

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