Intermin Resources Limited (ASX:IRC) expects to support development of its gold project pipeline through the appointment of a new chief operating officer.
Mining engineer Grant Haywood has been promoted to the role after serving as the company’s general manager - mining.
Haywood holds a First Class Mine Manager’s Certificate and has managed West Australian mining projects from feasibility through to operations.
Lorry Hughes tenders resignation
Intermin’s executive director Lorry Hughes has tendered his resignation to take on an executive position in a new exploration company.
The resignation will take effect on 31 January 2018.
Intermin is producing gold from the Teal mine in the Goldfields region of Western Australia and is developing a pipeline of other projects in the state.
Peter Bilbe, chairman, said: “The Board would like to extend its sincere thanks to Lorry for his significant contribution to the successful growth of the company and wishes him well in his new role.
“In turn, we are delighted to promote Grant to the position of COO.
“This comes as we continue our mining operation at Teal and grow the business through self-funded exploration, completion of mining studies to bolster our development pipeline and pursue further acquisitions.”
Intermin is expecting near-term news flow from multiple projects:
- Exploration updates from its Kalgoorlie gold projects;
- Gold production and development updates from the Teal gold mine; and
- Binduli JV drilling results