THROUGH ENGINEERED PRODUCTS
REVOLUTIONIZING THE WORLD’S INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTION
Selecor Technologies has developed patented and proprietary technology by transforming Calcium Sulfate into new high value products. Products will be targeted to disrupt existing markets, providing customers with superior replacement products that are stronger, lighter (in weight), whiter (in color), cheaper, more fire-resistant, less permeable, more environmentally friendly, less abrasive, and more brilliant.
A GOOD EARTH MINERALS COMPANY
TRANSFORMING SOIL TO FEED OUR PLANET
EcoGEM® holds 21.5 million tons of high purity agricultural-grade Calcium Sulfate Dihydrate (Selenite) in Utah and Arizona. EcoGEM Selenite is listed by OMRI, the Organic Materials Review Institute. Calcium Sulfate is a support system for crops, providing calcium and sulfur, and preserving up to 30% of the water while removing salt and toxins in the soil.
We are providing revolutionary Calcium Sulfate based solutions to solve the global crisis’ facing our planet. Through our patented technology, we are changing the way the world thinks of sustainable plastics, agriculture, water purification and food production. We are serious about slowing climate change, transforming the way we conduct agriculture, preserve food, and produce industrial products.
CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER
Mr. Miller served with the International Finance Corporation (“IFC”) for 16 years in the World Bank Group, (WBG) working on climate change issues including 6 years at the Global Environment Facility (GEF) Secretariat. Hisresponsibilities included representing the IFC/WBG at meetings of the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change, G8, and the G20 as well as other international forums. Prior to joining the IFC, Mr. Miller was instrumental in over $1 billion in donor funding for clean energy projects in more than 70 developing countries. Mr. Miller previously created and directed the Center for Global Change at the University of Maryland (1989-96) and served on the staffs of the World Resources Institute, Natural Resources Defense Council, and Environmental Law Institute. He taught courses at 10 universities and has degrees from Cornell University (A.B., Government 1971) and University of Michigan (J.D. and M.P.P. 1974). He was a Fulbright Scholar in Australia (Macquarie University, 1977) and Japan (Tokyo University, 1987).
EXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENT
Mr. Price has spent over two decades working in the mining, minerals and metals industry – the majority of which, holding senior level positions. His expertise and knowledge encompasses domestic and international markets in North America, Europe, Asia and Australia. Over the course of his career, Jeff has been involved in sales, marketing, business development, operations and trading within those markets; his expertise includes deep knowledge of precious metals, industrial minerals, uranium, coal, and oil & gas. Mr. Price gained much of his experience working for mid to large cap companies including Rio Tinto, Plc, Électricité de France, Anadarko Petroleum, Twin Eagle Energy (owned by Chesapeake Energy), Barclay’s Capital, Black Hills Power Corporation, and Lehman Brothers. Mr. Price completed his undergraduate studies at the University of Missouri in Business and holds a Master’s of Business Administration from the University of Denver – Daniels School of Business.
Mr. Price has held senior level positions in over two decades of working in mining; specifically, industrial minerals, energy raw materials and high value products. His experience includes domestic and international markets in North America, Europe, Asia and Australia. Over the course of his career Jeff has held commercial and operational positions with expertise in sales, business development, engineered products, operations and trading. Mr. Price has worked for startups and Fortune 500 companies including Rio Tinto, Plc, Électricité de France and Anadarko Petroleum. He completed his undergraduate studies at the University of Missouri in Business and holds a Master’s of Business Administration from the University of Denver – Daniels School of Business.
Mr. Dale Andersen
CHIEF OPERATING OFFICER
VP, TECH DEVELOPMENT
Mr. Ford has more than 30 years of experience as an engineer, business development expert, project manager and executive at Lockheed Martin, a global advanced technologies, aerospace, defense and security company. He managed a team of 175 engineers, technicians, and scientists in pursuing, winning, building and installing government development contracts in the competitive high technology special programs environment. Mr. Ford holds the following degrees: Master of Arts-Computer Resources and Information Management from Webster University, a Bachelor of Science-Magna Cum Laude-Mathematics and a Bachelor of Science – Summa Cum Laude-Business Management.
Michael Cate – Sr. Vice President, Procurement. Mr. Cate has more than 30 years of experience in both the domestic and international engineering and construction industry. His functional responsibilities included engineering, purchasing, contracting and project management on a variety of major projects worldwide, including industrial, manufacturing, pharmaceutical, oil, gas and chemical process plants. He was VP of Procurement and Fabrication for Range Fuels, Inc. and previously he was with Washington Group International, a $4 billion engineering and construction company with over 25,000 employees. Cate holds a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering from the University of Tennessee.