Panoro Minerals Appoints Mr. Ronald Ashley Hall to Board of Directors
Panoro Minerals Ltd. (TSX.V: PML) announces the appointment of Mr. Ronald A. Hall to the Board of Directors of the Company. Mr. Hall holds a BSc. in Metallurgy from Cardiff University in the UK and has over 40 years’ experience in the management, operation, evaluation and design of mining projects globally.
Over his career he has worked and lived in the UK, South Africa, Botswana, Canada, Australia, China and elsewhere where he has advanced mining projects from early stages through feasibility and into development and operation. From 2004 to 2011, Mr. Hall lead the growth of Wardrop Engineering’s mining business in Vancouver, B.C. and internationally, including the establishment of offices in the UK, China, Chile, Brazil, Hong Kong and Australia, prior to the acquisition of Wardrop by TetraTech Inc.
Mr. Hall is currently an independent director of Chinalco Mining Corporation International (CMCI), a publicly listed company on the Hong Kong stock exchange, which operates the Toromocho Copper project in Peru.
“We are delighted that Ron has joined our Board. His broad and relevant experience will be of great benefit as we move forward in the development and increased valuation of our flagship projects,” stated William Boden, Chairman of the Company.
Panoro Minerals is a uniquely positioned Peru focused copper exploration and development company. The Company is advancing a significant project portfolio in the strategic Andahuaylas-Yauri belt in south central Peru, including its advanced stage Cotabambas Copper-Gold-Silver-Molybdenum and Antilla Copper-Molybdenum Projects. The Company is well financed to expand, enhance and advance its projects in the region where infrastructure such as railway, roads, ports, water supply, power generation and transmission are readily available and expanding quickly. The region boasts the recent investment of over $US 15 billion into the construction or expansion of four large open pit copper mines.
Source: Panoro Minerals