“Myriad Uranium Appoints Technical Committee with Former Global Atomic COO – African Uranium Potential Explored”

2023-05-24 12:06:22

Myriad Uranium Appoints Technical Committee Including Former Global Atomic COO

Vancouver, British Columbia, May 24, 2023 / IRW Press / – Myriad Uranium Corp. (CSE:M) (Myriad or the Company) is pleased to announce the formal addition of social, environmental, exploration and mining professionals to its technical committee. These personalities are all extremely successful in the mining industry and Myriad looks forward to their passionate dedication. The committee now includes George van der Walt, Fred Bonner, Adamou Ousemane, David Miller, Michael Cantey, Ron Halas and Thomas Lamb.

With this technical committee, which includes not only international but more importantly high caliber local experts, Myriad is able to make one or more discoveries, conduct their development in a responsible manner, maintain solid local relationships and create value for shareholders to maximize, said Thomas Lamb, CEO of Myriad Uranium. The addition of Ron Halas, until recently COO of our neighbor Global Atomic, is a major coup, especially as we hope to be able to emulate Global’s path and we are convinced that his know-how will help us in this. Myriad’s properties are located on and adjacent to the structure of some of the most significant uranium deposits in Africa – and the world – including Orano’s Imouraren of 384 million lbs eU3O8 and Global’s Dasa of 236 million lbs eU3O8. Dasa, which lies directly above the Azouza fault of our Afouday project, is particularly high grade and has excellent economics. We would like to make a similar discovery.

George van der Walt is directing Myriad’s exploration activities. He is a senior economic geologist and an expert in uranium exploration. For example, he directed the exploration and development of Peninsula’s major Karoo uranium project in South Africa. He currently serves as Geological Operations Manager for MSA Group, a multinational consulting firm with offices in South Africa, Egypt, Saudi Arabia and Kazakhstan.

Fred Bonner, who also serves on Myriad’s Board of Directors, is an authority on environmental management and socially responsible exploration. He’s a P.Geo. (QP), a Fellow of Geoscientists Canada and a Fellow of the Society of Economic Geologists. He holds a BSc in Geology and a Masters in Applied Science and Urban and Rural Planning. He has extensive experience in corporate governance, risk assessment and mitigation, and working in and with local communities.

Adamou Ousemane is an expert in local community and government relations and has international experience in uranium geology and mine planning, including in Canada. He previously served as Director General of Geology and Senior Advisor to the Mines Minister of Niger. He has worked extensively with Orano (formerly Areva) making key contributions to the industrial heap leach program at Orano’s Cominak mine. Adamou is a graduate of the École Nationale Supérieure de Géologie of the Institut National Polytechnique de Lorraine de Nancy in France and holds a Master’s degree in Natural Resources. He is an Officer of the National Order of Merit of the Republic of Niger, one of Niger’s highest awards.

David Miller, an expert in on-site uranium extraction, is a world-renowned professional economic geologist and former Wyoming politician. Formerly with Areva, he is primarily involved in uranium exploration, development and mining. During his career he has held senior positions at producers Utah International, Areva and Strathmore Minerals (where he served as CEO). A renowned expert in the fields of nuclear power, energy and ISR/ISL exploration, he has been featured as a uranium expert by the New York Times, BBC, CNBC, CNN and other media.

Michael Cantey, a professional in exploration and development across Africa, is a Senior Consultant and geologist with over 18 years of experience exploring and developing mineral deposits across Africa. He has coordinated projects from basic exploration to bankable feasibility studies. He is a Fellow of the Australian Institute of Geoscientists and the West African Institute of Mining, Metallurgy and Petroleum. Mr. Cantey will support the management of our projects on the ground in Niger.

Ron Halas, a Canadian mining engineer with 35 years of experience working all over the world, most recently served as Global Atomic Corp.’s Chief Operating Officer. where he advanced Global’s Dasa deposit from preliminary economic assessment to mine development in two and a half years. He is very familiar with the geology of Dasa and has many years of experience in the Tim Mersoï Basin. Ron has extensive experience in uranium, precious metals and base metals mining and processing, tailings facility management, economic study management and due diligence. Previously, Ron served as Operations Director and Acting General Manager at Kinross’ Tasiast Gold Mine in Mauritania, West Africa, where he oversaw 3,000 employees and contractors.

Thomas Lamb also serves as the company’s CEO and also serves on the board of directors. He has over 20 years’ experience with public companies, much of which is dedicated to exploration in Africa. He co-founded M2 Cobalt, which was sold to Jervois Global, and subsequently served as an executive at Jervois. He was also co-founder and director of several other public and private mining companies including Goldgroup Mining and Rift Copper. He is a graduate of London Business School and holds MSc, JD and BA degrees.

About myriad

Myriad Uranium Corp. is a Canadian mineral exploration company with a 100% option interest in over 1,800 km2 of uranium exploration licenses in the Tim Mersoi Basin, Niger. These licenses are surrounded by many of the most important uranium deposits in Africa, including Orano’s 384Mlb eU3O8 Imouraren deposit, Global Atomic’s 236Mlb Dasa deposit and Goviex’s 100Mlb Madaouela deposit on the same fault structures. Myriad also has a 50% interest in the Millen Mountain property in Nova Scotia, Canada, with the other 50% owned by Probe Metals Inc. Additional information is available on the Company’s archives on SEDAR (www.sedar.com), on the Company’s website at www.myriaduranium.com or by calling the Company at +1.604.418.2877.

You can find Myriad’s fact sheet here. A CEO interview with Crux Investor that may be of interest is available here. A recent in-depth interview with Uptrend Finance can be found here.

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