The company derives its name from the location of its Copper Zinc assets located in the northeastern tip of the Vanua Levu, Fiji near the International Date Line.
Since taking control of the permitted Gold Links mine in Colorado, the company has consolidated ownership of additional mining and exploration ground in the region and now owns 100% of two, permitted gold mines and two permitted mills in Colorado.
The company is reviewing its interests in Fiji with a view to identifying a JV partner that would enter a farm-in-agreement to increase the known JORC inferred resource of 4.5 million tonnes @3.9% zinc and 1.2% Copper.
Dateline Resources – Board of Directors
Mr Johnson has worked in banking and corporate finance for more than forty years. He retired as Deputy Chairman of Macquarie Bank in mid-2007 and now divides his time between work in the private and public sectors.
Mr Johnson is a senior adviser to Gresham Partners, chairman of Alinta Energy, and a director of Westfield Group. Mr Johnson is also chairman of the Australian Financial Centre Taskforce, an Australian Government initiative directed towards ensuring efficiency and competitiveness in the financial services sector. He has been one of the three Australian members of the APEC Business Advisory Council (ABAC) since 2002.
Mr Johnson has been a director of a number of public companies, including Macquarie Group, AGL Energy, Pioneer International, GPG Plc, Santos and the Sydney Futures Exchange.
MD/Chief Executive Officer
+30 years experience in the mining and resource sectors. Mr Dovaston is a mining engineer with extensive experience in corporate development, strategic planning, project feasibility, project development and operational excellence.
Previously Mr Dovaston was CEO for Millennium Minerals and has held senior roles with a number of gold companies including Newcrest, Barrick, Resolute, Sons of Gwalia and North Ltd. Mr Dovaston holds a Bachelor of Engineering from the University of South Australia and a Masters of Mineral Economics from Curtin University.
Since 1991, he has been active CEO in both private and ASX listed companies and has provided strategic, commercial and investment leadership to organisations in resources technology sectors.
Today, Stephen is a major shareholder and CEO of Southern Cross Exploration NL (ASX: SXX) and is currently leading Dateline Resources (ASX: DTR) as CEO, building the company into a mid-tier, low-cost producer of gold and silver in the US market to achieve rapid growth.
Mr Hall is an exploration geologist with over 40 years of international experience.
From 1988-2005, he was employed by the Placer Dome group of companies, serving as Chief Geologist world-wide, during the last five years he was there. Placer Dome was later acquired by Barrick Gold Corporation in early 2006. Over the course of his illustrious career, Mr Hall had a senior role in the discoveries of both Gold Field’s Granny Smith mine and Rio Tinto’s Yandi iron ore mine. In addition, he took part in the discoveries of Keringal and Wallaby in Australia’s Eastern Goldfields, as well as the definition of AngloGold Ashanti’s Sunrise gold mine.
Mr Hall holds a Bachelor of Applied Science from the University of New South Wales, Australia.
John is a Fellow of CPA Australia and a Chartered Secretary with over 30 years experience in management of both private and public companies.
Dateline Resources – Mine Management
Mill General Manager
Clint Fletcher has over 26 years of experience as a plant processing professional focused primarily on mill processing and plant operations management. The majority of his experience has been working with large mining companies such as BHP copper and Rio Tinto. While at Rio Tinto, Mr. Fletcher was involved in multiple large-scale plant expansions.
Clint has a high technical background with experience in plant automation and distributed control systems and is considered an expert at mill processing (crushing, grinding, flotation and tails management).
Onsite Chief Geologist
39 years of exploration and mining experience on five continents, roles included Chief Mine Geologist at the London Mine and Project Geologist at Lihir. Subsequently, Mr Karr worked as a consulting exploration geologist, project manager and VP of Exploration for a variety of companies including Placer Dome and Orvana Resources. His exploration experience covers the spectrum of mine site to regional scale programs and includes the design, budgeting and implementation of these programs. Mr Karr has an MSc in Geology from Colorado State University and a BSc in Geological Engineering from Michigan Technological University. He is a Certified Professional Geologist with the American Institute of Professional Geologists and a Qualified Person under NI 43-101.