Structure of the Board and Responsibilities

The GasMastor Board has six members, with each Board Member accepting special responsibilities for an aspect of the Companies activities.

There are three main areas of responsibility:

Leadership and Governance

Andrew MeyersAndrew Meyers Managing Director: Prime responsibility is to action the Boards resolutions and provide leadership and co-ordination to the Board.  Secondary responsibilities include negotiation with potential partners and negotiation of associated Contractual arrangements.  Andy, with Don has input into the maintenance and development of the range of business marketing materials, including the website.

Don CameronDon Cameron – Governance and Legal: Prime responsibility is to ensure that all Corporate requirements are met in a timely and correct manner. Secondary responsibilities include overview of the suite of marketing information, including website content and other presentations.  He with Robert Thompson is responsible for the maintenance and currency of the patents.

Financial Planning and Budgetary Control

Robert ThompsonRobert Thompson Accounting and Financial: prime responsibility is to ensure that all regulatory financial requirements are met including the preparation of necessary financial documentation. Secondary responsibilities are to assist in technical developments through liaison with the Technical Team.  Robert with Don Cameron will maintains the ensures the currency of all patents.

Bob CreelmanBob Creelman – Corporate Planning and Budgeting: prime responsibility is to prepare and present to the board the financial aspects of Corporate governance, prepare budgets and oversee expenditures. Secondary responsibilities are secretarial and the preparation of Board documents and Minutes of Board meetings.

Sales and Technical Development

Matt DerrigMatt Derrig – Sales and Technical Development: Prime responsibility is to be the conduit between the technical staff and the Board.  Matt will also be responsible for the developing sales that require technical inputs, so is to be the first contact between the clients who have technical issues or questions. He will allocate members of the technical staff to the issues that arise.  Secondary responsibilities are the nurturing of political and regulatory matters for the Company, and to represent the Company on the various Industry Associations.

Technical and Training Team

In addition to the Board, the Company has a Technical and Training team whose responsibilities are technology transfer.

There are three members of this team:

Murray Rumbel – Murray played and continues to play a pivotal role in the development of the technology. He is one of the inventors of the system. His special skill is the diagnosis and correction of faults and the quality control of the various components parts of the gas delivery systems.

Bradley Pollard – Bradley is an exceptionally skilled mechanic who has special skills in training. He brings a systematic approach to the transmission of skills to others in part derived from having served years in the Australian Army. Brad and Murray make an exceptionally effective training team.

Ben Wonnocott – Ben has a strong background in computing and computer control systems. He with other members of the Technical team developed the PEMS (Portable Emissions Measurement System) technology that allows real time monitoring of the Gasmastor system that includes gas and diesel flows, GPS location data, and exhaust gas emission figures for CO2, NOx and particulates.

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GasMastor Advantages

Reduced Emissions
  • Significant reductions in CO2, NOx and particulates.
Reduced Fuel Costs
  • Substituting more expensive diesel with a cheaper gas delivers significant $$$ savings.
Increased Engine Efficiency
  • Using a flammable gas to encourage complete combustion greatly increases the efficiency of the engine.
Extended Engine Life
  • Soot is the abrasive by-product of combustion. Lower soot build up extends engine life.
Lower Maintenance Costs
  • Engine oil analysis allows an extension of maintenance intervals and lowers life-of-engine maintenance costs.
Increased Fuel Capacity
  • The additional gas supply effectively extends the range/running time of the engine.