GGG Resources and Auzex Resources have appointed former Thundelarra boss Brett Lambert to guide the Bullabulling Gold project back to production, following completion of the merger between the two companies.
Mr Lambert, who has held the position of chief executive at three mining companies over the past thirteen years, will take the helm of the merged entity, Bullabulling Gold, from May 1.
Mr Lambert’s experience includes being responsible for the finance and development of the Paulsens gold mine, and overseeing feasibility studies for the Casposo gold and silver mine in Argentina and the Nifty copper sulphides mine in Western Australia.
Alongside his work at Thundelarra, Mr Lambert has held directorships at Trilogy Metals, the Australian Uranium Association and Intrepid Mines.
GGG Resources managing director Jeff Malaihollo said Mr Lambert would be responsibility for delivering the Bullabulling gold project to production in 2015.
“We expect to draw heavily on his skill set and experience of taking projects into production and his valuable contacts among Australian investors and the mining industry,” Mr Malaihollo said.
“Bullabulling is entering a critical phase in its development, and we are excited to have someone of Brett’s calibre leading the operational team and joining the new main board.”