Robert S. Stewart
Working with Lockheed Martin Corporation, Skunk Works, in Palmdale California USA, Stewart is helping to develop markets for their hybrid cargo airship. Remote mining, petroleum, infrastructure (roads, railways, ports, airports, power stations and distribution lines are often needed in the far North, across deserts, mountainous regions or in remote areas of distant foreign countries. Stewart has completed many projects worldwide building installations like this.
He believes that the new hybrid cargo commercial airship will save billions of dollars in construction costs, save years in construction time, preserve the environment, produce highly sustainable and profitable operations. He has tackled his fair share of geographic and geological challenges around the world. This technology provides a lasting and beneficial solution to feed the world with raw materials for centuries to come.
New Hybrid Aircraft Technology is now capable of dramatically lowering the costs of building these operations as they no longer depend on roads, railways, ports, ships, even airports, to move 20-500 tons of cargo into building and operating these remote mining/petroleum/infrastructure operations worldwide.
Working with several mining companies engaged in developing new mines in Africa, several of these projects that could benefit include the iron ore range in Guinea known as "Simandou Mountains, Blocks I, II, III and IV", and the Nimba Mountains.
These are being targeted along with projects in Arctic Canada, Alaska, the Andes Mountains of Columbia, Peru, Chile and Argentina, Central Asia (Mongolia, China), Western Australia, and the Middle East as examples of remote extraction projects for proving the enormous benefits of the Hybrid Cargo Commercial Airship.
See the Concepts section of this web site for further information.
Projects Underway in 2015:
1.) Developing markets and projects to utilize the Lockheed Martin Hybrid Commercial Cargo Airship to build remote mining, petroleum, energy, infrastructure, engineering, construction and contracting projects worldwide (mines, conventional and alternative energy, with or without new access roads, railways, ports, airports in West Africa, Central Mongolia and throughout Asia, the Andes Mountains of South America, Arctic Canada, Alaska, Western Australia, and the Middle East (see above and the Concepts section of this web site):
2.) Implementing the Saanenland Master Plan 2015-2050, in Gstaad, Bern, Switzerland (see below).
3.) Building a fiber optic network for internet, television and telephone in the cities Blaricum, Eemnes, and Laren (the BEL Communities) in Nord Holland, Netherlands.
Blaricum Eemnes Laren
5.) International media web site containing several hundred articles, editorials and op-ed editorial pieces written by Mr. Stewart as a Journalist and Author that appear in major global publications such as the New York Times, Financial Times (London), The Toronto Globe & Mail, and The Economist (London and New York). These articles include all the commentary on projects underway worldwide: http://www.robert.s.stewart.ch
"All good things cometh to him that waiteth, provided he that waiteth, worketh like Hell while he waiteth." Albert P. Jaffe, former CEO of many MOBIL OIL Corporation companies.
6.) The Dinero Mobile Payment System with Ian Griggs (UK) and Ken Griffiths (Nairobi) see below.
7.) Developing several infrastructure, residential, mining, petroleum, pipeline and recreational projects in British Columbia (Valemount, Blue River, and Fernie) and Alberta (Maligne Lake, Jasper National Park) Canada (see descriptions throughout these web pages).
Robson Valley in British Columbia and Maligne Lake, Jasper National Park Alberta Recreational Corridor in Western Canada. Various Resorts being planned for downhill skiing, golfing, restricted snow-mobile areas, helicopter skiing, cross country skiing, thermal baths, cedar chalets, five star lodges and hotels, upgrading of road, airport, power and rail infrastructure, construction of a Tantalum mine, gas pipelines to the West Coast (Kitimat and Vancouver BC) and other Projects in the Jasper AB, Valemount, Blue River, and Sun Peaks BC communities.
8.) Mr. Stewart was recently invited by Mark Damazer, the Master of St. Peter's College, Oxford and Peter Tufano, the Dean of the Said School of Business, Oxford to give two "talks" to the administrations, faculties and students of those institutions.
In addition, he was asked to consider assisting on numerous projects at these colleges wherein his expertise, background, knowledge and utility may contribute to the construction or acquisition of any of these projects (to be determined at some later stage and date).
The talk given at St. Peter's College can be seen on the St. Peter's College web site http://www.spc.ox.ac.uk/content/talk-robert-s-stewart-0. A copy of the written address is available to anyone upon request.
St. Peter's College Oxford University, UK
Said School of Business, Oxford University, UK
Starting out in Gstaad, Saanenland Switzerland over 40 years ago, Stewart returned to Saanen in 2012 with a Master Plan to develop the region's long term Infrastructure needs over the next 35 years, in its traditional resort/farming community with major new projects.
These projects include a new, permanent Concert Hall/Conference Centre, small international/regional commuter airport with radar and runway lights, a regional hospital, an upgraded market center for local producers at new railway stations, and dozens of international conferences to attract year-round visitors.
Internationally, Stewart continues with its projects in the developing world. A new "Interop-erable", international mobile payment system is being perfected for cash transfers over mobile phones. See the final "Concepts" page of this web site for more details on the Saanenland Master Plan 2014-2050.
The Denaro Mobile Payment System will serve over one billion people in the world of cash payments with or without credit cards or bank accounts. This will change the face of global banking and international cash transfer.
It will mainly empower retail customers in the industrialized world who use outdated credit cards or cash, Third World women and entrepreneurs who will enter the global marketplace.
The system will reduce fraud, theft and illegal money laundering while lowering costs, increasing speed and efficiency to transfer cash around the world.
The project has mass appeal for retailers in the North American, European and Asian markets wishing to offer consumers a faster, more convenient and less expensive way of making payments over mobile phones.
It is a secure and safe improvement over card payment systems incorporating embedded chips, a far cry over fraudulently-abused swipe cards. This is the lowest cost and most secure method of cash transfer over all existing systems.
The application was recently demonstrated in Nairobi. You can watch the launch on YouTube at: http://www.youtube.com/watch?vu0xDWs_tmw .
The system being offered by the founders of this new initiative (Ian Grigg, Ken Griffiths, Robert Stewart and others) combines a standard global format that works on every manufactured cell phone and telecom system worldwide, including multiple currencies, between different countries and payment platforms.
This is known as a "quantum game changer" in the industry, similar to the introduction of VoIP onto the long distance telephony markets in 2000. That set historic precedents for empowering over a billion people with low cost communications and entry into the formal global economy.
Another dozen projects consist of new mining, petroleum and infrastructure projects in Northern Canada, the US, Africa and Asia.
Stewart also specializes in the field of "due diligence" to help corporations and individuals to assess investment opportunities, purchases or sales of commodities and services. Fraud, misrepresentation, theft and other criminal actions are taking place with increased dominance in global markets.
He will conduct tireless research to vet either side of a trade or investment to determine the true buyers and sellers, the commodity, its position and price, and to verify all the bone fide documentation needed for cross border investments or trading.
Stewart started his company Interop A.G. as an investment holding company in Vaduz, Liechtenstein and Zurich, Switzerland from which a number of companies operate worldwide.
The principal focus of these highly diversified operations and investments are in construction, finance, petroleum, infrastructure, mining and metallurgy with a primary focus in the Emerging Markets of Africa, Asia, the Middle East as well as Canada and Latin America.
Stewart is a global consultant who acts often as the Chairman/CEO of several other companies located around the world, including the USA, Canada, Switzerland and Africa.
Started in Toronto, the headquarters of the Toronto Stock Exchange and the main mining city worldwide, as well as Zurich, Switzerland, a global engineering and financial powerhouse, the company has grown since 1976 from a single client to serving over 30 world class companies, several as leaders in their respective fields.
These include project conception, initiation, planning, feasibility studies, senior management, finance, construction, implementation, commissioning, engineering and operations in the fields of mineral exploration, mining, metallurgy, exploration and production of onshore and offshore petroleum and natural gas.
To back these projects up requires additional studies and expertise developed in hydro, natural gas, solar and wind electrical power generation, biotechnology, telecommunications, aviation, railways, roads, unions, collective bargaining, community relations and all levels of government relations (municipal, provincial, federal and international. Mining and Petroleum are complex businesses.
This is a unique global investment house and consultancy. We offer discrete, direct assistance to Chairmen/CEO's of Multinational Corporations who are developing mining projects, minerals markets, investment proposals, and/or trade in difficult, often isolated and undeveloped regions and markets.
Diseases like Ebola and HIV/AIDS have affected millions of workers. Interop led important discoveries in diseases and help to find many life-saving products to fight them. The airships can land in any remote location worldwide to stop epidemics like this.
Other engineering projects include airport development, researching alternative fuels, aircraft sales, construction, engineering, highways, hotels and hospitality, hydro-electric dams and power distribution, infrastructure, natural gas, nuclear power, alternative and conventional medical healthcare clinics and systems, new medical products, telecommunications, and waste recycling.
Stewart's principal interests are in the global fields of mineral development, mining, and metallurgical processing; upstream E&P petroleum discovery and development; hotel and hospitality design and development, ownership, and construction; telecoms (VoIP patents), and biotechnology used in the fields of combating HIV/AIDS and atheroschlerosis.
Mineral development projects
HIV/AIDS Research Tests, Vaccines, Cures and Prevention During the late 1970's and early 1980's, Stewart assisted medical researchers in Uganda at Mulago Hospital in the discovery of HIV/AIDS.
Stewart has participated in helping to organize several world summits including those focused on Global Warming and the Environment (Stockholm 1972), Rio de Janiero, Brazil (1992) and Johannesburg (2002).
In addition he has been a regular attendee since 1973 to the World Bank and IMF Annual Meetings, various summits of the WEF, the Crans Montana Summits, the Banff CEO Summits, and various CEO Meetings throughout the USA.
When companies find cultural roadblocks, political impediments, retro-active financial controls and unethical attempts to change prior agreements, hundreds of millions of dollars of investments can be lost.
He makes best efforts to avert these disasters by negotiating alternatives to these potential meltdowns. This is done directly with Heads of State and on behalf of corporate leaders outside the countries of operation.
Diplomacy and the normal rule of law involving traditional methods of negotiation have long since been proven outmoded and incapable of finding solutions to many of these problems.
Issues including corruption, retro-activity, mismanagement and differing levels of competence in various governments of emerging markets have produced dramatic challenges to most companies attempting to access the Third World.
High Level Government Negotiations at the Head of State Level Stewart has created methods of inducing sanity back into these negotiations and restoring the calm and stability needed to perform long term development projects. This is done at the highest level, face-to-face and between the principals involved. Large corporations have long lead times to make major changes in their market plans.
By the time these plans hit the markets, changes may have taken place in both governments and national economies. Finding swift answers to avert financial disasters are often needed. Co-operation and understanding of these challenges across wide political and cultural divergences are found.
This takes rare and unique insight into dozens of counter-veiling market forces. International Operations today demands a strong concerted effort to view every problem from dozens of different perspectives.
Stewart has developed a unique methodology for confronting the major challenges of our time, whether they are strategic, financial, security-related, or introducing new technologies into the market place.
Stewart has taken on a very wide spectrum of challenges from negotiating nationalization decrees, securing investment proposals, raising billions of dollars of debt and equity finance, setting up major trade projects, vetting the due diligence of various governments and companies, insuring the safety and success of hard-earned business throughout the world during these turbulent times.
No risk or challenge is too great for Interop. We have done our homework, made personal and corporate contacts at the highest levels in over 100 countries and recorded some of the most dramatic financial successes on behalf of many corporations.