Greg Cochran was appointed CEO of Reward Minerals in December 2017 to build and lead the team responsible for developing the Lake Disappointment Sulphate of Potash Project.
Greg Cochran is a highly experienced international mining executive with over 30 years’ experience in technical and commercial roles, general management and executive positions in Africa, Australia and Asia, across a broad spectrum of minerals.
Prior to Reward Greg Cochran was Managing Director of Deep Yellow Limited and previous roles include CEO of Terramin and Executive Vice President: Australia and Asia for TSX-listed Uranium One.
At Uranium One he built a strong corporate and project team in South Australia to develop the Honeymoon mine and guide it through both state and commonwealth permitting processes. He was also the architect of the Mitsui Uranium One Australia Joint Venture. He led the due diligence on Uranium One’s C$3.8 billion acquisition of UrAsia Ltd and went on to manage the company’s Kazakh joint venture interests.
Greg Cochran also worked for Mitsubishi Development whilst the earlier part of his career was spent with BHP Billiton and its predecessor companies in the Gencor/Billiton stable.
Greg Cochran is a graduate member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors and a Fellow of the Australasian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy. He holds a MSc. in Mining Engineering and Mineral Economics from the University of the Witwatersrand in South Africa and an MBA from Cranfield School of Management in the UK.
Greg Cochran also holds South African mine manager’s certificates of competency for both metalliferous and coal mines.