Oram, who has also been appointed as an executive director, has been the company’s exploration manager since 2014.
He has over 20 years’ experience in mineral exploration in a variety of geological terrains and commodities.
His resume includes establishing and leading the exploration function of several companies.
Cauldron has a suite of uranium assets in Australia and Argentina as well as a gold prospect in Western Australia.
New CEO previously a chief exploration geologist
Oram has a track record in uranium, having been chief exploration geologist for Heathgate Resources.
In this role he was involved in feasibility studies of the Four Mine Uranium deposits.
He was also team leader of a group of geoscientists involved in discovering the Pepegoona, Pannikin and Pannikan West uranium deposits.
Cauldron’s recent focus has been on the Bennet Well deposit within the Yanrey Uranium Project in Western Australia.
A second seismic program completed during the September quarter returned interesting results for areas surrounding the Bennet Well deposit.
The company has since validated all passive seismic data collected and incorporated this into the project-wide exploration model.
Company reviews historical work
The company has also been conducting a desktop review of all historical work conducted around the Yanrey project.
This review includes the Boolaloo project, which is prospective for gold mineralisation.