OUR DEDICATED TEAM
GUIDING CARBON-FREE, SUSTAINABLE ENERGY SOLUTIONS THROUGH EXPERIENCE AND EXPERTISE
Harnessing the power of knowledge in uranium and vanadium development and production
Welcome to the Anfield Energy team, where expertise and experience drive our success. Our team is composed of accomplished professionals from diverse backgrounds, collectively working towards a common goal of fueling carbon-free, sustainable clean energy solutions. With extensive experience in both the development and production of uranium and vanadium, our team is optimally positioned to harness the energy of the future.
Our Strategic Approach
Hub-and-Spoke Production Strategy
Our innovative hub-and-spoke production strategy leverages the unique characteristics of the Shootaring Mill in uranium-vanadium production. This approach enhances our competitive advantage and ensures sustainable growth.
Diverse Portfolio of Conventional Assets
Our extensive portfolio of conventional assets across the United States offers significant upside growth potential and contributes to both our near-term and long-term strategy.
Strategic Acquisitions to Enhance Pipeline
The strategic expansion of our asset base through acquisitions, such as the Marquez-Juan Tafoya uranium assets, further strengthens our secondary pipeline and broadens our opportunities for growth.
Bolstering Position in Colorado
The acquisition of the Slick Rock uranium and vanadium Project complements our Colorado-based West Slope assets and enhances our near-term production strategy. This move solidifies our commitment to maximizing the potential of the area.
Strategic Location and Historical Prolific Production
Our strategic positioning within one of the most historically prolific production areas in the United States places us within close proximity to significant resources and mining-amenable populations, enhancing our potential operational efficiency while minimizing logistical challenges.
Management & Directors
CEO, Co-Founder, & Director
Mr. Dias is the Co-Founder and CEO of Anfield Energy, bringing with him an impressive 20-year track record in capital markets. His journey began in institutional equity research at CIBC, gaining further sell-side experience with other boutique investment firms in Toronto. Notably, Mr. Dias served as Vice President at Fortress Investment Group, a prominent U.S.-based hedge fund, where he was involved in managing a $400 million investment portfolio. Prior to his time in the capital markets sphere, Mr. Dias worked in Stockholm as a management consultant for The Monitor Group, a leading strategy consulting firm based in the United States. During this time, he gained invaluable insights into addressing complex challenges faced by executive management in multinational corporations across diverse industries.
Mr. Dias holds an MBA from the prestigious Richard Ivey School of Business at the University of Western Ontario, which provides an academic foundation to complement his extensive practical expertise. As the Co-Founder and CEO of Anfield, he is dedicated to driving the company’s success and shaping the future of carbon-free, sustainable clean energy solutions.
Mr. Mushinski brings extensive nuclear-related knowledge and expertise to the Board, with an exemplary career spanning 33 years at General Atomics Corporation and its subsidiaries. In his roles as Vice President of Corporate Planning and Acquisitions, President of uranium producer Quasar Resources, President of uranium developer Cotter Corporation, Vice President of General Atomics Uranium Resources, and President of rare-earth technology developer Synchron, he has contributed significantly to the industry.
Throughout his career, Mr. Mushinski has demonstrated exceptional leadership, serving as Board Chairman for Cotter Corporation, Diazyme Shanghai (a technology developer), and Miltec Inc. (a chemical manufacturer). He has also played a vital role as a management committee member for the Honeywell/General Atomics ConverDyn partnership.
His skillset encompass a wide range of areas, including mergers and acquisitions, operational and financial planning for uranium production operations, regulatory affairs, and governmental interactions. Mr. Mushinski’s educational background includes a Master of Business Administration and a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering, Summa Cum Laude, from San Diego State University.
As a fourth-generation miner from a reputable Arizona mining family, Mr. Bleak possesses a deep-rooted understanding of resource development. He has extensive experience in developing gold, silver, copper, and uranium projects in the southwestern United States. Mr. Bleak’s expertise extends to serving as a director for several Canadian junior mining exploration companies and as the President of North American Environmental Corp. His knowledge in mining project management – including drilling, transportation, permitting and land tenure – adds valuable insights to Anfield Energy.
With an impressive career spanning four decades, Mr. Lunsford has established himself as a highly skilled geologist in the uranium sector. He has worked in senior roles with esteemed entities including Cameco Resources, American Nuclear Corp., and Power Resources, gaining invaluable experience in mine exploration and development. Notably, Mr. Lunsford contributed to a feasibility study for the Charlie project in Wyoming – previously owned by Anfield – during his time with Power Resources. His extensive geological expertise strengthens Anfield’s capabilities in identifying and unlocking uranium resources.
Mr. Falconer brings over 35 years of experience in the uranium and nuclear utility sectors. He has held prominent positions – including senior executive roles – in notable uranium companies such as Uranium One, Southern Cross Resources, Uranium One and Aurora Energy, specializing in uranium marketing and sales. With over 16 years of board experience in publicly traded companies, including Energy Fuels and AusAmerican Mining, Mr. Falconer possesses a strong understanding of corporate governance. Furthermore, his seven-year tenure with Ontario Hydro’s Nuclear Division adds valuable operational insights to his expertise in the industry.
Mr. Eckersley is a seasoned attorney with over two decades of experience. His legal practice focuses on securities compliance, corporate governance, and estate planning. He has held significant roles in various companies, including Executive Vice President and Corporate Counsel of Passport Potash Inc., director of Silver Horn Mining Ltd., and CEO, CFO, President, Corporate Secretary, and director of Scorpion Resources Inc. Mr. Eckersley obtained his B.S. and Juris Doctorate from the University of Utah, solidifying his educational background and expertise in the field.
Laara Shaffer has worked with publicly-traded companies in regulatory compliance, administration and accounting for over 35 years. Ms. Shaffer was also CEO and director of Oronova Resources Ltd., a director of Foran Mining Corporation and Passport Potash Inc. and she also served as corporate secretary for Voyageur Gold Explorers Inc.
Eugene Spiering is an accomplished exploration geologist with more than 30 years of international experience in mineral exploration and senior-level project management across various regions, including the Western United States, South America, and Europe.
BRS Inc. Engineering
BRS Inc. Engineering is a recognized engineering and geology consulting corporation specializing in mining and mineral exploration and development . With a strong focus on uranium exploration, mineral resource evaluation, and mine operations, the company offers expertise in mine design, feasibility studies, and reclamation. BRS Inc. Engineering has an impressive portfolio of uranium projects, including technical reports and feasibility studies for various mining methods such as underground, open pit and In-Situ Recovery. Noteworthy projects include the Sheep Mountain Project, the combined Velvet-Wood/Slick Rock Project, the Marquez-Juan Tafoya Project,the Coles Hill Project, and several ISR uranium projects in Wyoming, Texas, and Paraguay.
Douglas L. Beahm, P.E., P.G., the principal engineer at BRS, is a Qualified Person under NI 43-101, bringing over 45 years of professional and managerial experience. Mr. Beahm’s expertise spans mining, mine reclamation, surface and underground mining, heap leach recovery, ISR, and uranium mill tailings projects. While his career encompasses various minerals, his primary focus has always been on uranium.
Precision Systems Engineering
Precision Systems Engineering (PSE) is a leading engineering and design consulting firm headquartered in Sandy, Utah. With a rich history of 31 years in industrial engineering, design, and project management, PSE boasts a team of licensed engineers across 26 U.S. states. Through partnerships with other firms, PSE ensures coverage in all 50 states and the District of Columbia. The company specializes in electrical, controls, and automation engineering, civil and structural engineering, mechanical engineering, as well as construction procurement, management, and project management. PSE is involved with facilitating the reactivation plan for Shootaring.
Wright Environmental Services
Wright Environmental Services, led by President Toby Wright, is a reputable hydrogeologist and registered professional geologist (Wyoming) with a master’s degree in geotechnical engineering. With over 30 years of experience in uranium mining and milling regulatory compliance, Mr. Wright has held significant roles in prominent projects. He served as the contract project manager at the UMTRA Moab Site reclamation project for the U.S. Department of Energy and later as the Environmental Manager for Uranium One Americas’ conventional mining and milling assets. During his tenure, he oversaw the permitting and compliance of the Shootaring Canyon Mill and Uranium One’s Utah-based conventional uranium assets, which were subsequently acquired by Anfield. Mr. Wright has since provided technical and regulatory support for the uranium industry as a private contractor, leveraging his expertise and extensive industry knowledge.
Anfield Energy prioritizes strong corporate governance to build trust and create long-term value. Our Board of Directors, comprising experienced professionals, provides oversight and strategic guidance. We adhere to ethical conduct, accountability, and responsible decision-making.