Blackstone Minerals Limited (ASX code: BSX), is pleased to announce the appointment of Mr Scott Williamson as Managing Director. Mr Williamson is a Mining Engineer with a Bachelor of Commerce degree from the West Australian School of Mines (WASM), Curtin University. Mr Williamson has over 10 years’ experience in the mining and finance sectors across a variety of technical and corporate roles.
Mr Williamson’s appointment follows the Company’s recent acquisition of the Little Gem Project, a very high grade cobalt/gold project located in British Columbia, Canada. With the addition of a Managing Director, Blackstone now possesses a highly credentialed management team and is well positioned to aggressively advance its portfolio of cobalt and gold projects.
Mr Williamson has a background in operations management with experience in gold and base metals projects across Australia and Africa, having worked with major resources companies, mining contractors and small to mid-cap miners. Most recently, Mr Williamson held the role of Investor Relations Manager at Resolute Mining Limited, where he was responsible for marketing, communications and managing relationships with analysts, stockbrokers and institutional investors.
Prior to Resolute Mining, Mr Williamson’s was a Resources Analyst at Hartleys Limited, responsible for the analysis and valuation of mining equities, advising institutional and sophisticated investors.
Mr Williamson is a member of the Australasian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy and holds a WA First Class Mine Managers Certificate of Competency. Mr Williamson appointment brings to the Board a unique blend of experience in mining and finance and his corporate and technical expertise will be invaluable, as Blackstone focuses on unlocking the full potential of the Little Gem Cobalt-Gold Project in Canada.
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