Greg Lane has decided to step down from his position as CEEC Director, and CEEC International would like to thank him for his excellent work during his time on the Board.
Mr Lane is Chief Technical Officer at Ausenco and non-executive director of NQMinerals PLC. He was nominated to CEEC’s Board of Directors in November 2017, bringing more than 30 years of experience in the field of engineering, design and operation of minerals processing plants to the Board.
He is an internationally recognised expert in concentrator design and has prepared and presented numerous papers on comminution circuit and concentrator design during his career. Many of these papers relate to the selection of efficient processes, capital cost effectiveness in design, and roles and relationships in project development. Greg has worked for Aberfoyle, Western Mining Corporation and Minproc, and has taught at the WA School of Mines in Kalgoorlie.
He was presented with the prestigious Art MacPherson Award at the SAG 2019 conference in Vancouver, Canada; this award recognised his significant contributions to the mineral processing industry, in particular his work in comminution circuit design with a focus on energy and cost efficiency.
During his time on CEEC’s Board of Directors, Mr Lane was part of the evaluation panel for the prestigious CEEC Medal. He also moderated a number of panel discussions at CEEC workshops.
“The Board of CEEC would like to thank Greg Lane for his outstanding contribution to CEEC in the last five years,” said CEEC Chair Marc Allen. “Greg’s inputs to CEEC over his time on the board have been invaluable and we will miss his insights and advice.”