Rod Cave

Regional Director, Russia, Eastern Europe and Central Asia, CRU


Rodrik first visited Moscow in June 1991 and after university his employer was a Canadian junior miner in the CIS in 1996-97.

He has worked and lived in the Russia for over a decade principally focused on the resource sector in senior management roles for Western companies.
Based in London since 2008, he represents CRU in Russia, Eastern Europe and Central Asia as their Regional Director. CRU regularly consults for miners and investors in the region and separately Rodrik is an advisory board member for Silk Roads Mining & Development, a Canadian junior miner with projects in Central Asia.

He has degrees in engineering, Russian, and management from the University of Waterloo (Canada) and has taken courses at the Moscow Power Engineering Institute and the London Business School.




Infrastructure and Mining Development - International Case Studies with a Discussion of Russia's potential

Rail construction or capacity development, particularly somewhere like Siberia, not only makes projects viable, but engenders new exploration and the creation of net new projects that are predictable over time using a statistical tool set and knowledge of mining exploration history and practice.

The presentation will discuss the approach and concrete examples from Australia, Canada, Latin American with possible implications of these cases for Russia or Kazakhstan.


 

 



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