Ladyburn Business Centre in Greenock, Inverclyde, Scotland.
About North Atlantic Minerals Ltd
NAML is supported by Traxys Europe SA as a 7% shareholder.
North Atlantic Minerals Ltd (NAML) is a UK-based private limited company (reg. no. SC423859) and wholly owned subsidiary of Glasmin Resources (UK) Ltd, which collaborates extensively with world metal trader Traxys. NAML identifies mineral potential in countries bordering the North Atlantic ocean, with focus on geological correlations across the dispersed segments of the land masses, such as the North Atlantic Craton and the Caledonides. The company considers large parts of Scandinavia to be underexplored, and the region is highly attractive in terms of political stability, exploration-friendly government, and excellent infrastructure.
NAML's immediate objective is the development of the 5.55Mt Hersjø deposit and assessment of previously explored copper-zinc VMS deposits in the Røros district in the county of Sør-Trøndelag in Central Norway.
Precious about Geology
Bill has over 35 years’ experience in mineral resource evaluation, project development, and in the design and supervision of feasibility studies, due diligence assessments and exploration programmes. Based near Glasgow in Scotland, Bill was Founder Director of Glasmin (Isle of Man) in January 2009, then Glasmin Resources (UK) Limited in April 2011, and NAML in 2012.
Paul has over 17 years’ experience in exploration for base metals, gold, platinum, rare earth elements and uranium in Scandinavia, Greenland and Africa; and 5 years in geotechnical engineering on tunnelling projects. Paul is a fluent Norwegian speaker, having qualified with a BSc and MSc in geology from the University of Tromsø, Norway. He gained a PhD for research on the Platreef of the Bushveld Complex, South Africa. Based near London, appointed to the Board of NAML in 2014.
Tony has over 12 years’ specialist mining finance experience with Cutfield Freeman and Nomura International, where he led M&A, debt and commodity-linked finance transactions. He has worked in numerous jurisdictions globally, covering a broad range of commodities. His clients have ranged from major mining companies (e.g., Rio Tinto and Anglo American) to single-asset juniors. Tony also worked in the Financial Services team at Deloitte and Touche, and at Hamilton Court Capital. He has degrees from Merton College, Oxford, and King’s College, London and a Graduate Diploma in Law. Tony is based in London and joined the Board of NAML in June 2015.
Colin has over 35 years’ experience as a mineral processing engineer. He gained a PhD for his work on the froth flotation of sulphide minerals, then worked for Impala Platinum Ltd and Gencor Ltd in South Africa, Ashanti Gold Mines Ltd in Ghana, Osmium Ltd in Siberia, and developed and commissioned a nickel mine in the Pilbara Region, Australia. Colin is currently CEO of Copper Bay PLC, has been working with Glasmin as Mineral Processing Consultant since 2010, and joined the Board of NAML in January 2017.
DirectorOwen has over 20 years' experience in geology and mining from exploration through to mine production. Mining consultant specialising in feasibility studies, project management and project evaluation. More recently involved in mine development projects in Europe and Africa, and is currently overseeing the development and reopening of the South Crofty tin project in Cornwall. Based in southwest England, Owen joined Glasmin Resources as Mining Consultant in May 2016, and joined the Board of NAML in January 2017.
We are hiring
To meet the requirements of a growing number of projects in NAML, and its parent company Glasmin, we would be interested to hear from:
Junior (graduate or post graduate) geologists, mining, mineral processing and environmental engineers, who may be interested in employment and may wish to become involved in a variety of projects ranging from initial assessments, exploration, research and development, through to feasibility studies and production.
Experienced geologists, mining, mineral processing and environmental engineers, who may wish to become involved on either a full-time or on a part-time / assignment specific basis.