Mark Rebagliati, P.Eng.
Chief Geological Consultant
Mr. Rebagliati is a consulting geological engineer and has held positions with a number of major mining companies. He graduated from Michigan Technological University in 1969 with a B.Sc. in Geological Engineering. In 1986, Mark formed Rebagliati Geological Consulting Ltd. based in Vancouver, Canada.
As a mineral exploration consultant with a portfolio of ideas he developed an association with the Hunter Dickinson Group exploring for PGE in South Africa and Brazil and epithermal, massive sulphide and porphyry deposits in North and South America, the Pacific Islands and Asia.
He played a leading role in the discovery of the Mount Milligan, Southern Star and Kemess South porphyry copper/gold deposits in British Columbia, a cluster of polymetallic VMS deposits at Campo Morado, Mexico, the Pebble East porphyry copper/gold/silver/moly deposit in Alaska and the Xietongmen and New-Tongmen porphyry copper/gold deposits in China.
Mr. Rebagliati is the recipient of several mining industry awards including the BC Chamber of Mines "H.H. Huestis Award" (1992) for excellence in mineral exploration, the "Bill Dennis Prospector of the Year Award" (1997) from PDAC (Prospectors and Developers Association of Canada), a co-recipient of the "Thayer Lindsey International Discovery Award" from PDAC (2007), the "Robert M. Dreyer Award" (2008) from the Society for Mining, Metallurgy & Exploration to recognize outstanding achievements in applied economic geology accomplished through commercial exploration or development of mineral deposits, and most recently the "Colin Spence Award" (2009) from the Association for Mineral Exploration BC for global exploration excellence.