Stephen Henley

Stephen Henley graduated from the University of Nottingham with a diploma in Geology and Geochemistry (PhD). His awards: The Aberconway Medal, 1992 (Geological Society of London), The President's Prize, 1982 (International Association for Mathematical Geosciences), Queen's Award for Technological Achievement, 1990, Queen's Award for Export Achievement, 1989, both to Mineral Industries Computing Ltd ('DATAMINE').

He is currently Chairman and CEO (Pomor Ltd) - Management of company's equity participation in OAO Pana, PGM exploration/mining and contract drilling in Russia,

also Managing Director (Resources Computing International Ltd) - Mining industry consultancy; software development; contract research and development; website development and management.

Chairman: PERC (Pan-European Reserves and Resources Reporting Committee)
One of two PERC representatives on CRIRSCO (Committee for Mineral Reserves International Reporting Standards);

CRIRSCO representative on Communications Sub-Committee for the UN Framework Classification (UNECE Expert Group on Resource Classification)

Fellow of the Geological Society of London

Charter Member of the International Association for Mathematical Geosciences