Tony Linnane

Tony Linnane

Executive Director Strategy Performance and Industry Development at Mining Exploration and Geoscience, Department of Regional NSW

NSW Government

Tony Linnane is the Executive Director Strategy Performance and Industry Development in the Mining Exploration and Geoscience group in the Department of Regional NSW.

Tony has spent almost 17 years working with the NSW Government in policy and legislative reform, regulation, service delivery, industry engagement, investment attraction and industry development. He has played a key role in leading various significant projects and legislative, policy and operational reforms relating to the mining and petroleum sectors in NSW.

He holds a Master of Business Administration, Diploma in Law and has qualifications in risk management.

Tony Linnane

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