Experienced Board and Management

IndiOre’s Board of Directors have extensive experience in international business development, mining and mining services, in both Australia and in developing countries.

  • J Muir
    Non-Executive Chairman
    Mr. Muir brings more than 40 years’ experience in global mining and mining services. Jock held the position of Non-Executive Director of Dyno Nobel Ltd, an ASX 200 company. In his 15 year career with Dyno Nobel, Mr Muir also held the positions of Managing Director of the Asia Pacific Region, Senior Vice President for Global Initiation Systems (based in the USA) and Senior Vice President for Global Marketing and Business Development. His experience in these roles included the development of new businesses in China and Russia. Prior to Dyno Nobel Mr Muir held the position of Managing Director of Mitchell Cotts Australia, a subsidiary of a British public company, specialising in mining services and process engineering. Since his career in executive management Mr Muir has been involved in consulting and directorships, including 5 years as Chairman of Barminco Ltd.
  • Peter Richards
    Non-Executive Director
    Mr Richards is an internationally experienced business executive with a proven track record in achieving financial, operational, and safety targets. He has more than 30 years’ of local and international experience with companies such as British Petroleum (including its mining arm Seltrust Holdings), Wesfarmers and Dyno Nobel, providing him with a broad understanding of the global mining and mining services industries. Peter has a proven record of managing and supporting complex financial and corporate activities. This experience has afforded significant exposure to the investment, broking and analyst community. Peter’s global experience provides him with exposure to diverse cultures and societies and has equipped him to understand the environment in which businesses operate. Mr Richards also currently holds the positions of Chairman of Kangaroo Resources, and Director for Emeco, Bradken and Norfolk.
  • Mr Cedric Goode
    Managing Director / Chief Executive Officer
    Mr Goode holds a Masters of Business Administration, and brings more than 20 years of mining industry experience, most recently as Vice President Commercial at Dyno Nobel Asia Pacific Ltd where he led the commercial division throughout Asia-Pacific. With industry experience focussed in the iron ore, coal and gold sectors, Mr Goode has held a variety of technical, commercial, operational and strategic roles both domestically and internationally.

    Mr Goode has a proven track record with experience in global strategic planning, global new business acquisitions, merger integration, joint venture establishment and profit and loss responsibility, including in international markets
  • Peter Linford
    Non-Executive Director
    Mr Linford is currently the CEO of NaSAH Pty Ltd and OGM Technical Institute Pty Ltd. NaSAH is part of the Nasser S. Al Hajri Corporation ( in the Middle East with 65,000 employees.

    Prior to joining NaSAH, Mr Linford worked in senior Australian Government roles such as the Senior Trade & Investment Commissioner South Asia and as Consul General and Senior Trade & Investment Commissioner Middle East and North Africa.

    As Senior Trade & Investment Commissioner for the South Asia region Mr Linford was responsible for the management of Austrade offices in 16 locations covering 9 countries.

    The New Delhi post is the central point for management of the South Asia network. Austrade office locations in the South Asia region include New Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai, Bangalore, Kolkata, Hyderabad, Jaipur, Chandigarh, Pune, Ahmedabad, Kochi, (India), Islamabad, Lahore, Karachi (Pakistan), Colombo (Sri Lanka), Dhaka (Bangladesh).

    As Consul General and Senior Trade & Investment Commissioner Middle East and North Africa Mr Linford was responsible for the management of Austrade offices in 15 locations covering 26 countries from Morocco in North Africa, to Iran in the Gulf region. The Dubai post & Consulate General is the central point for management of the MENA network and works as a gateway post for Australian companies to visit the region, and to subsequently migrate through the region matching opportunities generated. Austrade office locations in the MENA region include Tripoli (Libya), Istanbul (Turkey), Cairo, (Egypt) Beirut, (Lebanon) Amman & Baghdad (Jordan), Kuwait, Riyadh & Jeddah (Saudi Arabia), Bahrain, Doha (Qatar), Dubai & Abu Dhabi (UAE), Muscat (Oman) and Tehran (Iran).