SYDNEY: Boab Metals Limited announced the appointment of David English to the newly created role of Chief Operating Officer.
As Boab ramps up the Definitive Feasibility Study (DFS) for the Sorby Hills Lead-Silver Project, the appointment of Mr English represents a major milestone in the progress towards a decision to mine and is a testament to the ambition and ongoing growth of the Company.
Mr English brings to Boab a wealth of experience gained from nearly 40 years in operations and project development across some of Western Australia’s most prominent resource projects and processing operations.
Most recently, Mr English has worked as a Director at private consultancy [email protected] Pty Ltd providing project strategy development and implementation support for clients including Technology Metals (Gabanintha Vanadium Project) and Oz Minerals (West Musgrave).
Commenting on the appointment, Boab Managing Director Simon Noon said: “Our decision to appoint David as our inaugural Chief Operating Officer reflects the progress of the Company to date and our confidence in the development trajectory of Sorby Hills. We are delighted to have secured someone of David’s calibre to take on this newly created role.
David’s demonstrated experience of successfully navigating projects through their development stage and into production adds immediate and ongoing value to the Company. I would like to take the opportunity to formally welcome David to Boab.”
Progress on the Sorby Hills DFS continues at pace with final Phase IV assays and an updated Resource Statement due to be complete during the upcoming quarter.
Boab Metals Limited (ASX: BML) is a Western Australian based exploration and development company with interests Australia and South America. In Australia, the company is currently focused on developing the Sorby Hills Lead-Silver-Zinc Joint Venture Project in WA.