Warren Pratt

(BSc Geology, Hull, 1986; PhD Structural Geology, University of Wales, 1990) has a strong mapping background and a decade of British Geological Survey field experience and training. In the first half of the 1990’s he worked mainly on volcanic rocks in Wales, on engineering geology projects, and in the roofing slate industry. In 1994 he won the President’s Award of the Geological Society of London for detailed thematic mapping. Apart from the UK, he has extensive world-wide field experience in a great variety of geological terrains. Since 1995 he has worked extensively in Au, Ag and Cu exploration, including consulting on some World Class mineral deposits. These include Navidad (Argentina) and Ventana Gold (Colombia). Dr Pratt has a track record of generating Au/Cu targets in under-explored areas, for example, the Cañicapa high sulfidation Au project, discovered during a World Bank program in Ecuador. He is also part of the team that recently discovered the Igor Au/Ag epithermal deposit (Sienna Gold Corp) in Peru. He is fluent in Spanish. Over the last few years, presentations have been made at metals- and petroleum-related international conferences in France, UK, Peru and Finland. Dr Pratt is a Competent Person as defined by Chapter 17 of the UKLA Sourcebook.

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Chris Gordon

(BS Geology, University of Texas at Austin; MS Geology, University of Wisconsin – Madison; MBA – University of Carlos III – Madrid) has accumulated extensive field experience on 5 continents, in countries such as Tunisia, China, New Caledonia, Finland and Sweden. His Bachelor studies focused on metamorphic petrology and his Master’s on structural geology. Chris’ industry experience spans greenfield exploration to resource definition, with resource estimation on gold and iron ore projects. Most of his career has been based in Fenno-Scandinavia, where work included several orogenic gold and magnetite iron ore deposits as well as exploration for layered mafic intrusions. Recent work is focused on epithermal gold in Central America. Accomplishments include the addition of significant resources and the discovery of satellite deposits. He has a strong background in leading and coaching teams of exploration geologists. Chris continually aims to improve and innovate industry standards to modern processes, methods, techniques and international best practices. He is an expert user of LeapFrog, Surpac, Vulcan, ioGas and Supervisor and can produce high quality, three-dimensional models.

Tom Rowe

(BSc Geology, Hull; MSc Mining geology, Camborne School of Mines) is a junior exploration geologist with experience in North, Central and South America, as well as the United Kingdom. The majority of his work has focused on epithermal and orogenic gold, and gold-copper porphyry mineralization. This work has primarily focused on surface and underground mapping and logging to evaluate both brown- and greenfields projects. Previous work experience includes a mine geologist position within a sylvite-polyhalite mine; routinely logging core and face mapping.

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Don Allen

(MSc Geological Engineering and Economic Geology, University of British Colombia, 1966) has over 30 years of experience in Au/Cu exploration. He has experience in mapping sedimentary and igneous terrains in Canada, the United States, Ecuador and Bolivia. Apart from his mapping skills, Don specializes in the application of integrated geological, geochemical and geophysical information to evaluate mineral deposits, especially porphyry Cu (Mo, Au) and epithermal precious metal deposits. He has considerable experience in the design, implementation, and management of exploration programs. He is also skilled in several exploration computing programs (Oasis Montaj, Surpac) and is qualified to write technical reports for Canadian stock exchanges (PEng registered in British Columbia). He is fluent in Spanish and is based in Quito, Ecuador.