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Golden Predator Welcomes Additions to the Brewery Creek Technical Team

Mining News - Published on Mon, 19 Aug 2019

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Golden Predator Mining Corp announced that Robin Fraser of Canadian Northern Mining Corp and James Hesketh of Kalex LLC have joined the Golden Predator team as contractors providing engineering, mining and metallurgical services to the Brewery Creek Mine in Canada's Yukon. The Brewery Creek Mine is a fully licensed past producing gold mine with existing infrastructure and established resources.

Robin Fraser and his team at Canadian Northern Mining Corp have completed many mining construction, operation & maintenance projects worldwide and provide expert personnel, detailed evaluations and optimization plans. Joining Golden Predator initially to enhance and optimize the Company's bulk sample processing plant, Robin and team will expand their involvement, working towards the restart of the Company's Brewery Creek Mine. Canadian Northern Mining has an established track record in early design, construction, start up and day to day operations. They will continue providing processing plant management, operations, maintenance and laboratory services for the 3 Aces bulk sampling project.

James Hesketh has 35 years experience in open pit heap leach operations and management. His strong background in mining finance, mine engineering, development and operations includes senior positions with Atna Resources Ltd, Canyon Resources Corporation, NM Rothschild & Sons Inc, Cyprus Amax Minerals Company, Pincock Allen & Holt Inc and Dresser Industries Inc. He brings previous knowledge of the operations of the Brewery Creek Mine where he headed up the economic evaluation of the project for Rothschild's. One of the few engineers with actual year round commercial operational experience in the Yukon, he operated an open pit barite mine and processing plant in the SE Yukon during the 1980s. He is qualified to assist with mineral valuation, financial and mining costing, infrastructure and project management. He holds a BS in Mining Engineering and a MS in Mineral Economics, both from the Colorado School of Mines.

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Posted By : Sanju Moirangthem on Mon, 19 Aug 2019
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