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Harry joined CRU Consulting in 2015 and has worked on a variety of commodity types, including: steel, iron ore, coal, base and battery metals. Harry relocated to Sydney from London in 2018 and is now in charge of non-ferrous consulting in Australia and leads projects across APAC.

Harry has a background in geology and mining and manages projects across commodity groups in CRU Consulting, involving strategic advice, market due diligence, analysis and primary research. He has broad international experience in supporting our clients with their business needs. His recent work includes: lithium chemical cost modelling for the due diligence of a hydroxide processing project; South American market assessment of Mining Equipment, Technology and Services (METS); Real Options analysis of a major copper development project; investment strategy advice; detailed & novel analysis of the graphite electrode market; and legal pricing dispute resolution for major iron ore producers.

Prior to joining CRU, he completed internships as a Minerals Processing Researcher at the University of Cape Town and as an Exploration Geologist with Rio Tinto on a greenfield copper exploration project in Namibia.
During his time at CRU, Harry has worked at CRU’s London, Sydney, Santiago and Beijing offices to develop his knowledge of the regional commodity markets. Harry is now based full time in our Sydney office.

Harry graduated from the Royal School of Mines, Imperial College London with an MSci in Geology.

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