Lucky Minerals Inc. has formed a technical advisory committee to assist the company’s management and board of directors in the continuing exploration efforts on the company’s Emigrant Creek project in south-central Montana, a highly mineralized potential large- scale porphyry system target.

The committee comprises four individuals with extensive expertise and experience in exploring, developing and bringing to production a wide variety of mining projects around the globe. The members of the committee are as follows:

  • Guy Lauzier, BEng, sits as the chair of the technical advisory committee, and is a mining engineer with over 30 years of experience in mine planning, design, construction and project management. He has consulted to a number of international mining concerns with projects throughout the Americas, Europe and Africa. In addition to mine planning, construction and operations, Mr. Lauzier has extensive experience in evaluating projects, setting budgets, licensing, procurement and all aspects of mining-related human resources management.
  • Stuart Greene, PrSciNat, MAusIMM, is a geologist and former director of RMB Resources, a wholly owned subsidiary of First Rand Bank that provides equity and debt financing to companies in the minerals and mining industry. His early career was spent as a mine geologist and geological consultant with experience covering mining and geotechnics, the preparation of competent person reports, and the preparation of independent valuations of mining companies and mineral assets. During his tenure as a resources financier with RMB, Mr. Greene was involved in originating, completing and managing equity and debt financings for junior resource companies with projects at every stage of development from exploration through to production. He has worked with numerous companies with project locations in North America, South America, Europe, Africa and Southeast Asia.
  • Shaun Dykes, MSc (Eng), PGeo, is a director and vice-president of Lucky Minerals, as well as the current president and chief executive officer of American CuMo Mining Corp., a company currently developing the large Cu-Mo (copper-molybdenum) deposit in Idaho, which Mr. Dykes was responsible for obtaining and developing to its current state. Mr Dykes will continue to work for both companies in aiding and developing the various projects.
  • Wayne Murton, BSc, PEng, is a geological and mining consultant, and the president of J.W. Murton and Associates, which is based in Kelowna, B.C. He is a graduate geologist and registered geological engineer with the Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of British Columbia. He has been active in the mining industry for over 50 years with junior companies as well as major mining concerns, and has managed and directed exploration programs for base metals, precious metals and uranium. Additionally, Mr. Murton has managed and directed underground mine exploration, development and production from gold, silver and copper mines, as well as placer gold operations. He has been involved in a variety of projects throughout the Americas as well as West Africa, and has written numerous property reports as well as National Instrument 43-101 reports as a qualified person as defined by governing regulatory bodies.

About Lucky Minerals Inc.

Lucky Minerals’s Emigrant Creek project is focused on the exploration and development of several targets located in the core of the mineralized and intensely altered Emigrant mining district, south-central Montana.