Oceana is a junior exploration company established to acquire, explore and develop lithium mines in Brazil and Australia. The company has exposure to two highly prospective lithium exploration projects in known lithium-bearing regions of Brazil and the Northern Territory. Led by a board and consulting team that has considerable experience in the identification, evaluation, production and sale of lithium concentrates, Oceana is well positioned to develop a globally significant lithium business.


Jerome Vitale |. Non-Executive Chairman

Mr Vitale is an experienced corporate executive and public company director with over 30 years’ experience in operational, investment banking and advisory roles in the mining and mineral resource sector in Australia and Internationally. He has specialised in turnaround situations in the mining sector.

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Sebastian Kneer | Executive Director

Mr Kneer is a highly experienced geologist with more than 15 years’ experience in mineral exploration, resource development and resource geology. He was previously Galaxy Resources’ geology manager, where he managed all hard rock lithium exploration and resource development activities in Australia and Canada. He is a Registered Professional Geoscientist (RPGeo) and member of the Australian Institute of Geoscientists (MAIG). He is responsible for planning and execution of the Company’s exploration activities.

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Qingtao Zeng | Non-Executive Director

Dr Zeng has been extensively involved in the lithium exploration and development sector and is well connected with potential offtake partners, having acted as an intermediary for the supply or purchase of spodumene concentrate for a number of producers. He has been engaged as a consulting geologist in a range of geological and commercial environments.

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Simon Mottram | Non-Executive Director

Mr Mottram is a geologist with 28 years’ experience, predominantly in base and precious metals. He has held both executive and senior management positions with several successful mining companies in various countries and has progressed multiple discoveries through to commercial production.

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