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Chief Executive Officer & Managing Director
President Clean Energy
President Oil & Gas
Chief Financial Officer
Chief Commercial & Legal Officer
President Corporate Services
General Manager - Human Resources
Peter Bond has a successful track record in the coal and mining industries, both in Australia and overseas. His business interests include mineral, mining and associated operations in Australia and South East Asia.
Peter was appointed to the Linc Energy Board in October 2004 and has been pivotal to its success since it listed on the Australian Securities Exchange in May 2006. He has personally seen the company evolve from a small-cap business into an ASX 200 company, and seen the company grow in talent from a small team to over 400 employees around the world.
Building on his early engineering background, Peter has gained a unique knowledge and understanding of the coal industry over the course of a diversified career spanning more than 20 years. Peter has experience in the design, installation, commissioning and operation of complex processing plants and projects, and his various companies are recognised in the mineral processing industry for both innovation and efficiency.
Adam Bond joined Linc Energy as President – European Operations in 2011. He is now President Clean Energy where he is responsible for the execution and deployment of Linc Energy’s Clean Energy strategy globally, including UCG to GTL projects.
Adam’s commercial background in the leading and execution of large, complex infrastructure projects - particularly within the international energy sector - is key to the refocussing of Linc Energy’s Clean Energy Division towards commercialisation, of UCG in particular.
Prior to joining Linc Energy, Adam held key positions with the British Government as Project Director on the United Kingdom's first carbon capture and storage program and was also instrumental in the design of the commercial framework for delivery of the United Kingdom's £10 billion offshore electricity transmission network.
Adam is presently a Non-Executive Director of AFC Energy PLC and holds tertiary qualifications in law, commerce and taxation, and was a recent participant in Harvard Law School's Program on Negotiation. Originally from Australia, Adam relocated to London in 2007, but returned to Australia in September 2012 to lead Linc Energy’s Clean Energy business unit.
Scott has over 30 years of executive and operations experience in the Gulf Coast. He most recently served as General Manager – Gulf Coast Region for Linc Energy. Prior to joining Linc Energy in October 2011, Scott acted as CEO and Chairman of Probe Resources, a TSX-V listed exploration and production company with assets in the U.S. Gulf of Mexico. Prior to Probe, he was responsible for the evolution of Spinnaker Exploration Company from a non-operating entity to one of the premier operating companies in the Gulf of Mexico. He was also previously a partner in an engineering consulting firm (HTK Consultants) that provided engineering and operations expertise both offshore and onshore on the Gulf Coast.
Scott holds a Bachelor of Science degree from Louisiana State University.
Michael Mapp has recently joined Linc Energy as the President of the Coal Group. Michael is a respected and successful mining professional who has been working in the industry for more than 20 years. Michael joins Linc Energy from Intra Energy where he held the position of Chief Operating Officer.
Prior to Intra Energy, Michael worked with the Xstrata group as Operations Manager of Ulan Coal and before that as Director of Coal Operations Australia for Vale, responsible for operations including Carborough Downs, Isaac Plains, Broadlea and the Integra Coal underground and open-cut mines. He was promoted to Director after positions of Executive General Manager of Vale Australian Operations, Executive General Manager of Vale NSW Operations and General Manager of Integra Coal Operations with AMCI.
Additional mining experience was gained through Thiess Contractors as Plant Operations Manager & Director of Engineering & Operations Mining Technologies Australia which oversaw the introduction and operation of Highwall Mining systems in Australia.
Stuart Jones joined the Company in February 2013 and has over 20 years of accounting and finance experience and has held senior corporate positions in both the oil and gas and banking industries. He has previously been General Manager Finance and Investor Relations at an ASX-listed company and more recently an independent consultant focused on the energy and resources sector. He holds a Bachelor of Mathematics (with Honours) from the University of Liverpool.
John Anderson was appointed Linc Energy Chief Commercial & Legal Officer in July 2013 responsible for all global commercial and legal functions including the Company Secretariat and IP management.
John was a co-founder of BKK Partners, an Australian based boutique investment bank and corporate advisory firm; Managing Director and Head of the Financial Institutions Group for Goldman Sachs JB Were; and an Executive Director for Goldman Sachs in Hong Kong supporting financial service clients in the Asian region. Prior to joining Goldman Sachs, John was an M&A and securities lawyer with Davis Polk & Wardwell in Hong Kong where he focused on international capital markets and M&A transactions, including a number of U.S. listings and offerings, and was a lawyer in the New York and London offices of Sullivan & Cromwell.
John’s experience includes over 50 M&A and capital markets transactions in the US, Europe, Scandinavia, Asia and Australia, covering a wide range of industries including oil & gas banking, insurance and asset management, private equity, resources and, pulp & paper, heavy manufacturing, food & beverage, electricity generation and distribution, telecommunications and others
John has a Juris Doctor from the University of Michigan Law School, where he was an Editor of the Michigan Law Review; He graduated Magna Cum Laude, and was Awarded American Bar Association Book Award (recognizing the highest performing student in particular classes) for Contracts.
Janelle van de Velde has nearly 25 years of experience working for publicly-listed companies. Having worked for Ergon Energy, she has a diverse perspective of the energy industry and her previous experience also includes General Manager of a multi-million dollar sporting facility.
Janelle joined Linc Energy in August 2006 with a focus to develop and implement investor relations programs to keep stakeholders informed as its vision unfolded. Over the last five years, Janelle has held many diverse roles at Linc Energy including Investor Relations, Corporate Communications and Stakeholder Relations.
In the role of President Corporate Services, Janelle is responsible for both Shared Services and Corporate Communications. For Shared Services, Janelle is accountable for ensuring all Linc Energy’s global offices are consistently established and has the required business services such as IT, telecommunications, travel and administration to support the Company’s requirements.
From a Corporate Communications perspective, Janelle and her team are responsible for delivering a global communications strategy – in particular, developing and leading corporate communications, media, and stakeholder and government relations activities across all facets of the organisation.
Carl Fisher joined Linc Energy in 2008 and is General Manager Human Resources. In this role Carl holds global responsibility for the company’s human resources function.
Carl’s qualifications include a Bachelor of International Business from Murdoch University, and a Master of Business - Human Resource Management from the University of Notre Dame.
Carl brings a wide range of operational and strategic human resource management experience from within the construction, mining and energy industries, and he is a Fellow of the Australian Human Resources Institute (FAHRI).