Kingston Resources Ltd is an ASX listed exploration and development company advancing the 2.8Moz Misima Gold Project in PNG and the Livingstone Gold Project in Australia.
Misima Gold Project
Misima is a transformational opportunity for Kingston Resources. The Misima Gold Project is an exciting advanced exploration play with significant scale underpinned by an existing 2.8Moz resource and a number of regional exploration targets. Misima was previously mined by Placer Dome from 1989 to 2004, producing 3.7Moz over its 15 year mine life. Kingston is now advancing its exploration strategy across the project and is excited about the development opportunity ahead.
Livingstone Gold Project
The Livingstone Gold Project is an exploration project with an existing JORC2004 Inferred mineral resource of 49,900 ounces, a number of high-grade historic drilling intersections, strong soil anomalies and historic workings all of which indicate excellent potential for additional discoveries. Kingston has already discovered a new prospect at Livingston, Kingsley, which has mineralisation defined over 1km of strike
Last updated 22nd March 2019
Mr Anthony Wehby
Mr Wehby was a founding director and subsequently Chairman of Aurelia Metals Ltd, an ASX listing mining company, in his role he oversaw the progression of the company from exploration through to production. Prior roles include Chairman of Tellus Resources and a director of Harmony Gold (Aust) Pty Ltd. Since 2001, Mr Wehby has also maintained a corporate finance consulting practice. Prior to 2001 Mr Wehby was a partner in PricewaterhouseCoopers for 19 years where he managed the corporate finance operation of the Australian business.
Mr Mick Wilkes
Mick is a mining engineer with 35 years of broad international experience, predominantly in precious and base metals across Asia and Australia. Currently, President and CEO of OceanaGold Corporation. In previous roles he was the Executive General Manager of Operations at OZ Minerals responsible for the development of the Prominent Hill copper/gold mine and General Manager of the Sepon gold/copper project in Laos. His earlier experience included 10 years in various project development roles in Papua New Guinea and. Mick holds a Bachelor of Engineering from the University of Queensland, a Master of Business Administration from Deakin University, and is a member of both the Australian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy, and the Australian Institute of Company Directors.
Mr Stuart Rechner
Mr Rechner (BSc LLB GAIG GAICD) holds degrees in both geology and law from the University of Western Australia and is graduate member of the Australian Institute of Geoscientists and the Australian Institute of Company Directors. For over ten years Mr Rechner was an Australian diplomat responsible for the resources sector with postings to Beijing and Jakarta.
Mr Andrew Corbett
Mr Corbett has operated in the mining industry for over 22 years. Prior roles include Portfolio Manager of the Global Resource Fund at Perpetual Investments and General Manager with Orica Mining Services, based in Germany. Mine management and operational experience includes contractor and owner mining experience combined with statutory mine management responsibilities, mining engineer and project evaluation/feasibility work. Mr Corbett has a Bachelor of Engineering Mining (Honours) from Western Australian School of Mines, a Masters of Business Administration from Newcastle University and a First Class Mine Managers Certificate.
Mr Andrew Paterson
Andrew is a highly experienced geologist with a diverse career incorporating operations, exploration and corporate roles in the gold, nickel sulphide and iron ore industries. Andrew ran the Geology function for Atlas Iron Limited from 2008 until late 2012. He has managed mining and exploration teams for local and international mining companies in the Yilgarn and Murchison goldfields of Western Australia. In 2006 Andrew was the inaugural Managing Director of Mount Magnet South NL. Since 2014 he has been running a successful geological consultancy. Andrew has a Bachelor of Engineering degree in Geology and a Graduate Diploma in Mining, both from the Western Australian School of Mines, and 22 years industry experience.
Last updated 22nd March 2019