Riedel Resources Ltd is a mineral explorer focussed on its Kingman Gold Project situated in Tier 1 jurisdiction of Arizona, USA.
The Kingman Project covers numerous historical polymetallic gold-silver-lead-zinc mines in operation between the mid 1880’s through to the 1940’s with limited modern exploration across the Project.
Riedel have been advancing the Tintic prospect with numerous drilling projects intersecting high-grade gold-silver mineralisation along a strike of ~600m. Riedel’s objective is to define of Mineral Resource Estimate at Tintic by the end of 2023 and continue to identify and test new high-value targets in the area.
David Groombridge, Chief Executive Officer
David is a geologist with a Masters in Economic Geology from the University of Tasmania.
His career incorporates 20 years mining industry experience in multiple ore deposit styles, including nickel sulphides, tungsten, SedEx (sedimentary exhalative) and orogenic gold in both underground and surface roles, primarily in resource development and mineral exploration.
He spent 12 years across senior management roles at Tectonic Resources and Silver Lake Resources before becoming Exploration Manager for Medallion Metals, where he has worked since 2016, focused on the 1.62Moz Au Eq. Ravensthorpe Gold Project. This WA-based project is a structurally hosted, high-grade gold system analogous to the Kingman Project.
Mike Bohm, Chairman
Mr Bohm is a qualified mining professional with extensive Corporate & Operations experience. Michael has extensive minerals industry experience in Australia, South East Asia, Africa, Chile, Canada and Europe. A graduate of WA School of Mines, Michael has worked as a mining engineer, mine manager, study manager, project manager, project director and managing director and has been directly involved in a number of mine developments in the gold, nickel and diamond sectors. Michael is a current Director of a number of ASX-listed companies and sits on their Audit & Risk and Remuneration Committees. Mike has had previous directorships at Argyle Diamonds Mines, Sally Malay Mining Limited and Ashton Mining of Canada.