TIMMINS, ON / ACCESSWIRE / April 15, 2021 / Golden Birch Resources Inc. (CSE:GBRX) ('Golden Birch' or the 'Company') is pleased to announce that it has nominated Chris Cornelius to the board of the Company to fill the vacancy left from the resignation of Stephen Lewin. Mr. Cornelius has extensive experience in the resources sector, with over 30 years of experience.
Chris Cornelius is a ‘hands-on' prospect generator and resource developer, who has held multi-dimensional positions in exploration, engineering, and operations. He has been directly involved in the management, drilling, and completion of several thousand wells in many of the world's major hydrocarbon provinces. In 2007, he founded Cuadrilla Resources Corp, Europe's foremost shale gas explorer, leading the company as its CEO to the discovering of the Bowland Basin Shale Play in Lancashire; an in-situ resource >300 trillion cubic feet. He is currently the CEO and President of CanCambria Energy Corp, a private Vancouver based South American focused exploration company. With long time partners he has been directly involved in the structured financing of numerous private and public start-ups. Chris holds a B.Sc. from Manchester University and Ph.D. from Birmingham University in the UK, both in geology.
Alan Martin, CEO & Executive Director of Golden Birch states, 'Chris brings a wealth of information from his many years of experience in the mining and exploration sectors. We are pleased to welcome Chris to our Board of Directors and we look forward to his contribution as we advance Golden Birch's projects in Papua New Guinea.'
About Golden Birch Resources Inc.
Golden Birch Resources Inc. is a mineral exploration company focused on acquiring, exploring, and developing quality mineral properties in Papua New Guinea. Golden Birch continues to maintain and develop strong relationships with the local community and landowners that was initiated by Papuan Minerals Ltd. The Company is also committed to the safety of its employees and consultants and respect for the environment.
For further information please visit the Company's website at www.goldenbirchresources.ca or contact:
Golden Birch Resources
Iain Martin, Chief Administrative Officer (CAO) & Executive Director
Tel: 705 288 0249
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