Artemis Resources Limited (ASX:ARV, Frankfurt: ATY, US OTCQB: ARTTF) is pleased to announce the appointment of Dr Simon Dominy as an Independent Non-Executive Director of the Company with immediate effect.
Dr Simon Dominy is Adjunct Professor at the Western Australian School of Mines (WASM), Curtin University, and a Visiting Associate Professor at the Camborne School of Mines (CSM), University of Exeter, UK.
Simon is a mining geologist-engineer with over 25 years’ experience based in mine operations, consulting and academia. He has interests in economic geology, geometallurgy, resource development, mineral resource and ore reserve estimation and mine operations. Simon has extensive experience of various gold mineralisation styles, including lode gold, epithermal, skarn, conglomerate and alluvial deposits. He is a globally acknowledged expert in the sampling and evaluation of high-nugget effect deposits.
He has worked on a number of gold projects in Australia particularly in WA, QLD and VIC, and across Europe, the Americas, and Africa.
Since 2015 he has been working with a number of private and listed entities developing/operating gold projects including: MG Gold Ltd; Novo Resources Corporation (TSV: NVO); Scotgold Resources Ltd (AIM: SGZ) and OCX Gold Group. Between 2004-2014 he was an Executive Consultant/General Manager with the Snowden Group based in Australia and UK, including two years contracted out to LionGold Corporation (SGX: A78).
Simon is a Fellow of the Australasian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy (“FAusIMM”) and the Australian Institute of Geoscientists (“FAIG”). Over the past 20 years he has acted as a Competent/Qualified Person on numerous mineral deposits globally.
Mark Potter, Chairman of Artemis, commented;
“I am delighted to welcome Dr Simon Dominy to the Board of Artemis. Simon brings a wealth of knowledge and experience that substantially strengthens the technical capabilities of the Board. Simon’s experience with a wide variety of gold projects, including underground operations, will be invaluable as we progress our Paterson and Carlow Castle gold-copper projects.”