Technical Team

Grant Davey

Mining Engineer

Grant is a mining engineer with over 25 years of senior management and operational experience in the construction and operation of uranium, gold, platinum and coal mines in Africa, Australia, South America and Russia. In the early 2000’s Mr Davey was the Regional General Manager of Vaal Reefs which was owned by Anglogold Ashanti and under his area of responsibility was the Vaal Reefs’ South Uranium plant which produced about 6 million pounds of uranium per annum and at one stage was the largest uranium producer in the southern hemisphere. More recently, Mr Davey was instrumental in developing the Honeymoon Uranium Project in Australia which he is still the largest shareholder. Mr Davey is a Director of several ASX mining companies where he adds value through his experience in operating and developing mines throughout the world.

Keith Bowes

Processing Engineer

Keith is a process engineer with over 25 years experience. Mr Bowes project managed the Boss Resources’ redevelopment program for the Honeymoon Uranium Mine including all study phases and commercial trials of the new processing technology. As part of the study he led the development in the application of two new technologies that have redefined the Honeymoon opportunity (leach chemistry and IX resins). Previously he was the Area Manager for the Skorpion zinc operation in south-west Namibia, an operation comprised of an open cut mine, mill, leach, SX-EW and furnace with a production rate of 150,000 tonnes per year of special high-grade zinc. He also managed the Technical Services group for BHP’s Cerro Matoso nickel operation in Colombia (the world’s second largest ferronickel producer). Mr Bowes has been involved in multiple projects and restart assessments across various commodities for projects throughout Australia, African and Canada.

Neil Inwood

Geologist

Neil is a highly experienced geologist with over 25 years experience in the industry. Mr Inwood led the geology due-diligence team reviewing the Honeymoon Uranium Mine that led to the acquisition by Boss Resources in 2015. Previously he was also the uranium specialist for Coffey Mining and undertook technical and due-diligence studies on multiple uranium projects internationally including in Australia, Namibia, Zambia, USA, Argentina, Colombia, Hungary and the Czech Republic. Mr Inwood was also the CP/QP for Resources for Extracts Husab Uranium Project in Namibia (to be the world’s second largest uranium mine) and was previously the CP/QP for uranium resources for multiple companies including Bannerman, Deep Yellow, Atom Energy, U3O8 Corp, Vimy Resources, Energia Minerals and Wildhorse Energy amongst others.