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92 Resources welcomes Darren Smith to board of advisors

He has provided technical oversight for PEA (preliminary economic assessment), PFS (pre-feasibility study), and FS (feasibility study)
92 Resources welcomes Darren Smith to board of advisors
Smith currently works out of Quebec City, QC as a senior geologist and project manager with Dahrouge Geological Consulting

Energy metals-focused firm 92 Resources Corp (CVE:NTY) told investors it had hired Darren L. Smith to its board of advisors.

With over 12 years’ experience in the mining industry, Smith currently works out of Quebec City, QC as a senior geologist and project manager with Dahrouge Geological Consulting.

His experience encompasses rare metals (tantalum, niobium, scandium), rare earth elements (REEs), lithium (pegmatite and brine), graphite, phosphate, fluorspar, uranium, cobalt, as well as base and precious metals.

He has provided technical oversight for PEA (preliminary economic assessment), PFS (pre-feasibility study), and FS (feasibility study) level project advancement and has set up and monitored complex metallurgical programs.

Most recently, he supervised the metallurgical program for the company’s Hidden Lake project, currently under option to Far Resources Ltd.

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