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Thursday, March 23, 2023

Follow the leaders: This week’s executive appointments

Keep up with the latest working developments in the mining sector featuring Dacian Gold, Reach Resources, Gold Industry Group and more.


Rob Reynolds has stepped down as non-executive chairman of Dacian Gold For personal reasons, Mick Wilkes to serve as interim president in his place.

Wilkes commended Reynolds for his contribution to the company.

“I would like to thank Rob for his guidance and knowledge of nine-and-a-half years with the company, and in particular for his leadership during the period of Dacian’s restructuring,” he said.

Dacian Gold has begun the search for a new non-executive director. The company is represented by its Mount Morgans operation in Western Australia, which has a production guidance of 100,000-110,000 ounces of gold in the 2022 fiscal year.


access resources Following the successful completion of the company’s $2.4 million placement, Jeremy Bower has been appointed as its new Chief Executive Officer.

Bower is a Project Manager and Executive with a wealth of experience in the mining, agricultural and industrial sectors, who in the past has proven influential in obtaining project approvals.

That comes at a time when Reach is working out a detailed plan to assess and deliver more value to its assets, which includes both gold and rare earth projects. Initially, Bower will be employed on a permanent part-time basis.


gold industry group has appointed Gold Fields’ Vice President Legal and Compliance Kelly Carter as Chairman for a second term and welcomed Saturn Metals Managing Director Ian Baumborough as Vice President, in his first year as Director.

Bumborough’s entrance marks the first time an investigator has held a board position for a group.

“It’s a pleasure to be able to support Gold Industry Group’s important role in connecting and championing Australians to our gold industry,” he added.

“I look forward to working with the Chair, my fellow directors, management and staff, and most importantly our stakeholders and community.”


Nova Minerals Rodrigo Pasqua to provide technical and corporate advice on his next level study on the Estel Gold Trend in Alaska, USA.

Presently the Managing Director of Harpia Group, Pasqua has vast experience in the technical and strategic aspects of mining. During his time at Evolution Mining, Pasqua was influential in the development of the Cowl Open Pit project in New South Wales.

He has worked with Harpia and other companies in the past through several other acquisitions, studies and start-ups.


Greg Wheeler has joined black rock mining As its Chief Commercial Officer, he brings with him extensive financial and commercial experience in a variety of roles and industries.

Wheeler has previously worked with PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC), shipbuilders Austel and Wellard Group Holdings.

BlackRock’s Managing Director and CEO John de Vries said Wheeler was a perfect fit for the role.

“Greg’s deep experience in commercial negotiations, global logistics and marketing represents a valuable addition to our team as we move towards finalizing the project loan for the Mahenz Graphite project by mid-2222, thereafter Builds in the third quarter.”

The Mahenj Graphite Project is located in Tanzania and is expected to produce up to 340,000 tonnes per year of 98.5 percent graphite concentrate once up and running.

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