Australian Goldfields delivers a sizeable prospective gold footprint, comprising seven tenements split up into five distinct projects Cuprite West & East, Beatons River, Tyche, Fortuna & Nortia in the Pilbara region.
The footprint is near high profile gold peers Novo Resources, Pacton Gold and Kalamazoo Resourcesand excellent mining infrastructure plus supportive communities.
Australian Goldfields’ geology team in Western Australia is planning an inaugural site visit to begin formulating a comprehensive exploration and priority development campaign. This will complement ongoing desk-top work that will aid fine-tuning which areas to focus exploration efforts.
Further, a National Instrument 43-101 Technical Report on the Beatons River Gold Project is now underway and will be released in due course.
Attractive Western Australian Gold Assets
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Adrian F.C. Hobkirk
President, CEO, Director
Adrian Hobkirk has over 25 years of experience in the mining and venture capital industry, beginning with Norgold Resources in 1990, which was ultimately purchased by BEMA Gold. Mr. Hobkirk has been involved in Guyana for over twenty years and founded Gold Port Corporation (formerly Corsurex Resource Corp. and Gold Port – 9 – Resources Ltd.) to develop the Groete Gold Copper Deposit in 2006. He has worked in many countries including Canada, Mongolia, Venezuela, Guyana, Argentina, Chile, Colombia, the United States and Mexico. He has been involved in mineral exploration and technology ventures, and has extensive public company experience. Mr. Hobkirk has been President, CEO and a director of Lithium South Development Corporation (formerly NRG Metals Inc.) since October 20, 2004 and President, CEO and a director of Gold Port Corporation since November 18, 2016. He holds a BA in Economics from Simon Fraser University.
Teresa Cherry, CPA, CGA
Teresa Cherry has over 15 years of corporate accounting experience and has held senior level positions for public companies including CFO and Corporate Secretary for Anquiro Ventures Ltd., American Biofuels Inc. and Controller of a private business management company which services public companies in a variety of industries. Through her current and previous experience she has over 10 years of assisting public venture companies with financial reporting and management in the oil and gas, mineral exploration, life sciences, and coal industries both in exploration and production. She has been a member of the Chartered Professional Accountants of British Columbia (CPA, CGA) since September 2014.
Christopher P. Cherry
Christopher P. Cherry has over 20 years of corporate accounting and audit experience. Mr. Cherry has extensive corporate experience and has held senior level positions for several public mining companies including director, CFO, and Corporate Secretary. Mr. Cherry has been CFO of Lithium South Development Corporation (formerly NRG Metals Inc.) since November 26, 2014 and a director since December 22, 2017. He has been CFO and director of Gold Port Corporation (formerly Corsurex Resource Corp. and Gold Port Resources Ltd.) since November 18, 2016. Mr. Cherry is a Chartered Professional Accountant, having completed his Chartered Accountant designation in February 2009 and his Certified General Accountant in 2004. In his former experience as an auditor, he held positions with KPMG and Davidson and Co. LLP in Vancouver, where he gained experience as an auditor for junior public companies, and an IPO specialist.
Qualified Person, Certified Professional Geologist
William (Bill) Feyerabend has over thirty five years of experience in mineral exploration in twelve countries. He has worked at every level from prospect evaluation to regional exploration to discovery and development of major gold deposits. He was part from discovery to production of the million ounce Mesquite gold mine in California and the multi-million ounce Chimney Creek (now Twin Creeks) mine in Nevada. Mr. Feyerabend also served as Project Manager for one of the largest gold mines in the world, the large Brisas Gold Mine in Venezuela. He has been a Certified Professional Geologist since 2007 and has authored technical reports on gold projects in five countries. In addition to gold, he also has been part of the discovery of industrial minerals, base metal and lithium brine deposits. Most recently he helped bring Flagstaff Minerals’ Kingman Project (Arizona) thru permitting and drilling. He is a 1972 graduate of the University of Southern California with a B. Sc. Geology degree. Feyerabend is also familiar with paleoplacer deposits in the western US.
COUNTRY MANAGER, PERTH, AUSTRALIA
Nicholas Hoad is a corporate finance executive, specializing in the Western Australian resources sector, notably copper-gold related transactions. Mr. Hoad is currently retained by Subiaco Capital, a specialist corporate advisory group, which introduced most of the Pilbara properties to Australian Goldfields. Typically, Mr. Hoad gets heavily involved with project development and has undertaken numerous site visits with geology teams to garner first hand views of a property’s potential, arguably a competitive edge, before bringing it to market.