Arno Delahaye completed a master’s degree in geological sciences from the Free University of Brussels in 2012.
He wrote a master’s thesis on the use of trace elements stable isotopes as a fingerprinting tool. In 2014, Arno moved to Perth to research selenium speciation and mobility in areas affected by acid mine drainage with the environmental inorganic geochemistry group at UWA. With a strong background in geochemistry, Arno joined Geostats Pty Ltd in 2016. In 2017, Geostats’ exploration portfolio was transferred to their new exploration company Sahul Exploration Pty Ltd. With a discovery driven attitude, Arno has demonstrated his passion for field work and took on the role of Exploration Manager in 2022.