Torrens Mining Limited (ASX: TRN) is an Australian-headquartered company exploring for gold, copper and cobalt and other metals.
Torrens is positioned for value growth through its diversified portfolio of prime gold exploration assets in the Victorian Goldfields including the Mt Piper Gold Project, its advanced and active Elizabeth Creek Copper-Cobalt Project in South Australia and, pending the grant of an exploration licence, at the formerly producing high-grade copper-gold Laloki Project in Papua New Guinea (PNG).
Steve Shedden | Managing Director
Steve is a minerals geologist and company director with 40 years’ corporate and field experience in exploration and mining in Australia, Papua New Guinea and South America.
Steve has founded three ASX-listed mineral companies; Gindalbie Metals Limited (ASX: GBG) in 1993, Oroya Mining Limited (ASX: ORO) in 2002, and Argentina Mining Limited (ASX: AVK) in 2010, in all of which he held senior management roles, before establishing Torrens in 2014.
Bill Bloking | Chairman
Bill has more than 45 years of experience in the energy and minerals sector. Until 2007, he was President of Australia/Asia Gas at BHP Billiton Petroleum and, prior to that, he spent 24 years with ExxonMobil in a variety of senior executive roles in Asia, Europe, South America, and the USA.
In addition to his role as Chairman of Torrens, he is also a Fellow of the Australian Institute of Company Directors. Mr Bloking previously held the position of Non-Executive Chairman in Nido Petroleum Limited, Transerv Energy Limited, Norwest Energy NL, the National Offshore Petroleum Safety Authority, Cambodia Energy Limited, Cool Energy Limited, and Cullen Wines (Australia) Pty Limited.
Mike Collings | Non-Executive Director
Mike was a co-founder of Torrens Mining, and for the last 6 years has been involved directly in the management of the Company as an executive director. Mike continues to be involved with the exciting progress of Torrens as a non-executive director.
Mike is a mining engineer and minerals geologist with 40 years’ industrial experience. A graduate of the Royal School of Mines, London, Mike has worked in Australia for most of his career, which has included periods as a mine geologist at Broken Hill and in South Africa, and as a mining engineer in Mt Isa and in various locations in Western Australia and Victoria.