- Engineer Isaac Adeniji
- Engineer Graeme
- Luke Talbot
- Alex Moss
- Tom Olumaya
Tope Adebanjohas over 15 years mining work experience. He is a champion of opportunity and achieving dreams through investment opportunities in mining of Untapped Riches of Nigeria – Solid Minerals.
A Banker and seasoned Insurer turned mineralogist, Tope developed a unique passion for metals and solid minerals and has since then been in the fore-front for consulting, training, coaching and speaking about untapped riches of Nigeria - solid minerals.
Tope Adebanjo is the Pioneer Managing Director, Borta-Cup Ventures Limited (a mining company) and the Principal Partner & Country Rep Tasaree International Limited (Project Management Company, Trainers and Consultants of metals and solid minerals).
He has also participated in International gemstone tradings such as The London Metal Exchange, German Gem Trade Show, Sri Lanka Wholesale Gem Show, Tucson’s Gem Show Arizona, USA.
He is a Registered member Certified Materials Professionals and the International Project Management Association.
He holds a Bachelor of Engineering (Hons) University of Ballarant, Victoria, Australia and a diploma (Business Administration University of Ballarat, victoria, Australia.
Diploma (Mining Engineering) University of Mines & Technology, Tarkwa, Ghana
He worked with Ariston Goldfields Mining Company, Ghana and was with the Federal Ministry of Mines and Steel Development rising to the post of Deputy Director of Mines.
He is a member of Nigerian Mining & Geosciences Society and Nigerian Society of Mining Engineers. He has organized various workshops among which are: National mining workshops on mining investment opportunities in solid minerals sub sector 2004 & 2006
Engineer Niran Ajibadehad his professional training in Mining, Metallurgical and Materials Engineering in Nigeria and a 30 year working experience in the Ministry of Mines and Steel Development.
He has a comprehensive knowledge of policy, regulatory and operational aspects of the Nigerian mining industry. He served as Secretary to the Presidential Committee on the Implementation of Bitumen Project; worked extensively with World Bank consultants that conducted baseline studies on the various sub-sectors of the Nigerian mining industry; and was part of the team that mid-wived the radical reforms that transformed the mining sector to an attractive destination for global investors.
A member of various professional bodies with intense training, Engr. Ajibade is A Faculty member, he teaches on Training and Consulting.
Ogbo Awoke Ogbostarted his professional life as Remote Sensing Surveyor with Shell Petroleum Development Company (SPDC) from where he moved on to Chevron (CNL) as the first Nigerian Geographical Information Systems (GIS) Analyst, to support CNL’s exploration and production activities in the Niger Delta.
He returned to Shell Nigeria Exploration and Production Company (SNEPCO) as GIS Specialist, to oversee the design and implementation of GIS support for deep water oil and gas investment, including the multibillion dollar Olokola LNG project.
Ogbo left Shell in 2008 and started his consulting firm where he has clients such as Shell, Chevron, Pricewaterhouse, and Department of Petroleum Resources (DPR) on the implementation of The Environment Sensitivity Index Mapping Standards and Protocols for the Petroleum Industry in Nigeria (ESIMSAPIN).
He is a faculty member and uses his knowledge on the Nigerian Geographical Information Systems (GIS) to unravel the mystery in fact findings (ore deposits), prospecting, exploration and strategic planning of mining sites.
Dr. Olugbenga A. Okunlolahas a First Class honors degree in Geology from the University of Ilorin and also has a PhD Geology, University of Ibadan.
He attended the British Geological Survey, United Kingdom where he holds a Certificate in Geochemical mapping. He has worked with the Geological Survey of Nigeria for over 20 years and retired as the Chief Geologist in 2002
He is a member of many professional bodies including Nigerian Mining and Geosciences Society (NMGS), Association of Geoscientist for International Development (AGID), Geological Society of Africa, International Geo science Educators Organisation (IGEO) and the Council of Mining Engineers and Geoscientists (COMEG)
Engineer Olufemi Ogendengbe, a consultant to the Nigerian Geological Survey Agency on Geo-Chemical mapping of Nigeria and the Gold exploration project, Engr. Ogendengbe holds a Master of Science by Research in Economic Geology from the University of Manchester (UK)
He was a former Director, Economic Geology Department of the Nigerian Geological Survey Agency. He was part of the Ministerial Delegate to PDAC 2006 in Toronto Canada and Indaba 2007 in Cape Town South Africa. He represented the Honorable Minister, Ministry of Solid Minerals Development and delivered Key Note Address at the Institute of Strategic Studies on the Topic ‘Resource Mapping’ in 2006.
A member of various professional bodies with wide training and other appointments too numerous to mention. Engr. Ogendengbe is The Lead Faculty, Training and Consulting.
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