EESTech operates on a simple but scalable organisational structure, supported by standardised and controlled processes to ensure all efforts are focused on what is important.

EESTech’s is committed to creating long-term shareholder value through the development and commercialisation of products and services designed to meet the needs of a world demanding change.

EESTech understands that in today’s world, academics, industry and governments are seeking partners who can provide solutions, offer breadth of capability, flexibility, innovation and added value.

EESTech Inc., incorporated 2000, is publicly traded company on the American OTC markets, trading symbol: EESH.


Murray Bailey – Director / CEO:
Founding investor 1999, joining the Company as a Director in 2006. An acknowledged entrepreneur with extensive international business experience, has significant technical skills in product identification, research, development. As a co-founder investor has been the primary driving force behind the capabilities being promoted by the company today.

Don Bartlem – Director / Secretary:
Director since 2012, an experienced mining industry expert with a background in Industrial, Corporate, Government and international trade. Participated in a major planning and development projects in Western Australia, appointed to the Board of Pilbara Development Commission. Was chairman over one of Australia’s largest Employees Superannuation Fund.

Gaylord Beeson – Director:
Director since 2005, with a history of 27 years in the oil and chemical industry. His specific expertise is in plant design, project management, plant operations and quality control. Has managed, development and delivered complex engineering and infrastructure projects.

Graeme Lynch – COO:
25 years of senior international corporate experience in both private and publically listed organizations, most notably new venture companies with an emphasis on technology commercialization. He has extensive experience financing company growth, managing merger, acquisition and divestment initiatives.

Chad Lehman – Chief Engineering:
20 years systems engineering, new product development. Conceptualizing, prototyping, process design, international patents. Products and processes include polycrystalline plastics, specialized thermal forming, composite injection molding, specialized cyanoacrylates, nano thermites, jelled hydrocarbon fuels, particle shaping, combustion technology, mineral extraction, chemical binding, cold and thermal agglomeration of recovered minerals.


Honorable Steven D. Symms

The Honorable Steve Symms is a former United States Senator from Idaho, serving in the United States Senate from 1981 until his retirement in 1993. During his tenure in the U.S. Senate, Senator Symms served on the Budget, Finance, Armed Services, Environment and Public Works and joint Economic Committees. Prior to being elected to the U.S. Senate, Senator Symms served in the U.S. House of Representatives from 1973 to 1981, representing Idaho’s First Congressional District.

During his years of public service, Senator Symms was selected to receive the U.S. Marine Corps “Iron Mike” award and the National Guard’s “Minuteman of the Year” award, in addition to awards from such groups as the national Federation of Independent Business, the Freedom Foundation, the American Security Council, the Watchdog of the Treasury, Americans for Constitutional Action and the U.S. Chamber of Commerce.

Since his retirement from the U.S. Senate, Senator Symms has provided federal government relations consulting services to a wide variety of clients. He is a partner in the firm of Parry, Romani, DeConcini & Symms.

Honorable James W. Ziglar
Mr. Ziglar has over 50 years of experience in law, investment banking, corporate management, government, and academia. Mr. Ziglar served as Assistant Secretary for Water and Science of the U.S. Department of the Interior, with oversight responsibility for the Bureau of Mines, U.S. Geological Survey and the Bureau of Reclamation. He also served as Sergeant at Arms of the United States Senate and as Commissioner of the U.S. Immigration and Naturalization Service before retiring from federal service in 2002. He was CEO of Cross Match Technologies, Inc. and spent 16 years as an Investment Banker on Wall Street, and 17 years as a practicing lawyer. He was a Distinguished Visiting Professor of Law at The George Washington University Law School, and a Fellow at Harvard University’s John F. Kennedy School of Government Institute of Politics. Mr. Ziglar has served on numerous boards including the Division of Earth and Life Studies of the U.S. National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine (NASEM), the Water Science and Technology Board of NASEM, the Board of the Radiation Effects Research Foundation (Hiroshima and Nagasaki, Japan) and is a member of the Presidents’ Circle of the NASEM. In 2008, he was named a National Associate of the NASEM, and was a 2018 recipient of the Ellis Island Medal of Honor.

Dr. Patrick Caragata, Ph.D (University of Toronto, 1981)
Founder, Director and Head of R&D with RapidRatings Inc in New York. Former Chief Tax Policy Advisor and Special Adviser Taxation Economics with New Zealand Inland Revenue Dept (1991-97), Chief Economist NZ Ministry of Energy (architect of petroleum royalty regime in place since 1989), and Senior Economist international at Toronto-Dominion Bank (head of Country Risk Analysis Group (1983-86). Author of 5 books, including Business Early Warning Systems: Corporate Governance for the New Millennium (Butterworths, 1999), and National Resources and International Bargaining Power (Queen’s University. 1984) and co-editor of Taxation and the Limits of Government (2000, Kluwer/Springer). Recognized globally as a pioneer of corporate credit rating systems. In 2001, created world’s first software-based global corporate credit rating agency, RapidRatings. Corporate clients include Spirit AeroSystems, Eaton, ABB (Switz), Avis Budget, Under Armour, Macdonald’s, Rocket Dyne, Milwaukee, Pacific Life, Polaris, Harley Davidson, Hess, Market Axess, Carlisle, First Republic, The Electric Company (El Paso), Reynolds American, New York Life, among many others. – see


Dr Patrick Glynn – Project Leader (CSIRO Retired)
Over 40 years’ experience in electrical/electronic process engineering research, including advanced micro-controller engine management systems, working 16 years with the Philips Electrical (Holland) Group in research and development. Also research into advanced thermodynamic alternative energy systems applied large power generating plants.
Patrick has a diploma in electrical engineering, a master’s degree in technology management and a PhD. in electrical engineering (Doppler Radar System Proximity Detection) for automobile and mine vehicle use.
Fifteen years CSIRO, specialised in mine health and safety projects, including four Australian Coal Association Research Programme (ACARP) projects relating to mine haul truck proximity detection using RFID and Doppler radar techniques also four projects relating to acoustic agglomeration of sub micron dust and diesel particulates for underground mine vehicles. Received a research excellence award from ACARP in 2007 for work in collision avoidance.
Patrick has nine patents, published a book on collision avoidance for large mine haul trucks, plus numerous articles and conference publications, has chaired, workshopped and presented at over seventy conferences in the last 15 years.

Dr Johan Zietsman Pr. Eng. MSAIMM MTMS
Dr Johan Zietsman has more than 20 years of experience in extractive metallurgy, both in industry and academia, as well as software engineering related to extractive metallurgy. He is founding shareholder and managing director of Ex Mente Technologies (Pty) Ltd, an extractive metallurgy consulting and systems development firm. He has an honorary appointment at the University of Pretoria, as Glencore Chair in Pyrometallurgical Modelling. His interests include pyrometallurgical and hydrometallurgical processes, thermochemistry, computational modelling, new process development, design and development of software related to information systems, process and financial modelling, advanced process control, and applied industrial research methodology. He has a Ph.D. in Metallurgical Engineering from the University of Pretoria, and has published several papers at peer reviewed conferences and in refereed journals.

Johan van der Waals, PhD
Director of Terra Soil Science (Pty) Ltd (specialist environmental consulting). 20years experience in academic soil science and soil chemistry research, environmental consulting and environmental compliance matters. Has a wide environmental science interest with application in a range of fields, from wetland management and rehabilitation to dealing with mining wastes and residues. Developed a proprietary floating wetlands system for industry water treatment.

Peter Richter – Engineering:
Over 35 years’ experience in the construction industry, engaged in various capacities on a wide variety of projects as a contractor, consultant, Project Manager representing various Government Departments as well as hard-money contracting for builders and/or developers. Engineering Group and Bid Manager for large Infrastructure Projects. Held responsibility for successfully managing the delivery of multi million dollar corporate and Government engineering infrastructure projects.

Dr Graham Harris FTSE:
Internationally recognized environmental scientist, holding many executive positions in Government Research, retiring after term as a CSIRO Fellow. Establish own company, ESE Systems Pty. Ltd. Held positions as Affiliate or Adjunct Professor at a number of leading Universities. Chairman of Australian Antarctic Division Research Advisory Committee and member of Commonwealth Department of Environment and Heritage Threatened Species Committee. Specialising in ecosystem modeling and management, emphasis on natural resource management. Numerous awards including CSIRO Chairman’s gold medal and Australian Centenary Medal for services to environmental science and technology. published more than 140 papers (75 in refereed journals) plus 3 books and monographs.

Dr Hongming Yan(BE, PhD, RPEQ, CEng & FIChemE:
Over 30 years’ comprehensive experience as a Principle/Senior Process Engineer / Project Manager in coal science, coal gasification, coal combustion, CPP and process modeling, including as an academic (up to Professor) in chemical engineering at Australian universities, an Elected Fellow of Institution of Chemical Engineers (FIChemE) by Engineering Council in UK, a Corporate member (MIChemE). Over 100 publications including 82 refereed journal and conference papers, 4 keynote speeches, 30 presentations at international conferences including over 10 reports on CPP Design and simulation.

Dr Daoyong (Tony) Yang, P. Eng
Internationally recognized authority in CO2 EOR and storage, reservoir modelling and simulation, production optimization, artificial lift methods, interfacial interactions in EOR processes, and heavy oil recovery. Authored, co-authored over 50 refereed journal papers and conference papers. Member of the Petroleum Society of CIM, SPE, and APEGS. Recognisted by the international science community, held positions as Professor, Chairman, Director, Executive and Consultant, to many International science and industry research initiatives.
– Ph.D., Petroleum Systems Engineering, University of Regina, Canada
– Ph.D., Petroleum Engineering, University of Petroleum, China
– B.Sc., Petroleum Engineering, University of Petroleum, China