Juno Minerals is an independent mining company based in Perth, Western Australia with two iron ore development projects in the Yilgarn region of Western Australia.


  • Priyank Thapliyal | Non-Executive Director

    Priyank Thapliyal was appointed as a Director of the Company on 4 June 2008.

    Priyank joined Sterlite Industries in 2000 and worked alongside Mr Anil Agarwal (owner) to implement the strategies that led to the creation of Vedanta Resources plc, a FTSE 100 company. Vedanta floated on the London Stock Exchange (LSE) in December 2003 and raised USD 870 million in its IPO, in what was the largest mining IPO on the LSE that year, and also the first primary listing of an Indian company on the LSE. The success of the Vedanta IPO was instrumental in other emerging market mining companies seeking LSE listings.

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  • Greg Durack | Managing Director

    Greg joined Jupiter Mines in 2007 where he undertook both COO and CEO roles over a period of 6 years, where he managed two feasibility studies in parallel on the Mount Mason DSO Hematite Project and the Mount Ida Magnetite Project, completing over 100 kilometres of drilling.

    In the last 5 years, he has gained experience in the lithium industry, having been the Study Manager for Pilbara Minerals’ Pilgangoora Lithium-Tantalum Project including the direct responsibility for the metallurgical test work program. Greg was also part of the commissioning team on the process plant, and for the past year has provided technical advice on a consulting basis.

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  • Hyung Nam Lee | Non-Executive Director

    Mr Lee is the Project Manager of POSCO Australia Pty Ltd. POSCO Australia, a subsidiary of the global steel group POSCO, is a strategic shareholder of Juno Minerals.

    Mr Lee joined POSCO in 2002 and has gained a variety of work experience through roles in the Iron Ore Group, Stainless Steel Raw Materials Department and Secretariat Department. Mr Lee was appointed Project Manager of POSCO Australia in July 2018 to manage iron ore, coking coal and manganese projects.

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