Mr. Tainton holds an MSc Mining Engineering Degree from the University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, South Africa. He has over 25 years' of experience with diverse engineering projects around the world including gas and power development projects. He has particular expertise with project management in developing economies, and in particular with the development and management of integrated gas-to-power projects. Recently, Mr. Tainton served as Project Director for Manitoba Hydro International in Afghanistan working with the Afghan National Power Corporation to improve the power situation in Kabul, and the development of gas wells in the Sheberghan Region of Northwest Afghanistan. Prior to this Mr. Tainton worked with Artumas Group in Tanzania. During this time he was involved with the construction and operation of gas supply, power generation, and electricity distribution infrastructure, serving towns and villages in the Mtwara regions of southern Tanzania.
Mr. Fong is an Exploration Geophysicist with over 30 years of international and frontier experience in many basins worldwide. Prior to joining Wentworth he was Vice President Caribbean Region for Niko Resources where he directed a multi-disciplinary team responsible for all of the company's operations in Trinidad. He was a cofounder and CEO of Voyager Energy where he was responsible for assembling an impressive exploration portfolio in Trinidad. His regional exploration experience spans the globe and he has been involved in the evaluation and management of projects in the Caribbean, South America, Southeast Asia and East Africa. Mr. Fong holds a Bachelor of Science in Geophysics from the University of Calgary and is a member of the Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of Alberta.
Mr. Ntomola holds a BSc in Geology from Makerere University Uganda, and post graduate diploma in Petroleum Geology from Bergen University, Norway. Mr. Ntomola is former Director of Exploration and Production and Deputy Managing Director for TPDC. He is also former Director of Investment Facilitation for Tanzanian Investment Centre. Mr. Ntomola holds extensive working experience with and personal relationships in the governments and the petroleum sectors of Tanzania, Kenya, Uganda, Mozambique and the Comoros.
Ms. Roe holds a Bachelor’s degree in Economics and Politics from the University of Bristol, England. Ms. Roe has spent the last 14 years working in investment banking in the City of London, starting her career at Morgan Stanley and then as a Director within Investment Banking at Panmure Gordon. For the last four years, Ms. Roe has headed up Panmure Gordon’s natural resources team and has extensive experience in oil and gas transactions, advising companies on a range of strategic options and equity capital fundraisings.