With a passion for analyzing data and enabling leaders to make informed decisions, Michael is a mineral and energy economist who helps clients with their evaluation, valuation, and general consulting needs. Using his background in mining engineering and mineral and energy economics, he’s provided consultation to senior US policymakers in Washington D.C. on a variety of issues.
Michael’s firm belief is that economic thinking combined with technical engineering can maximize the value of projects. He consults with a range of clients—from the mining sector to investment firms—and right now he’s supporting several clients in the eastern United States on the valuation of more than one hundred mineral properties. He’s also providing due diligence consultation for clients at an investment firm, as they consider mining investments.
Learning everything he possibly can—from skydiving, to skiing, and dancing—Michael is always up for a new adventure.