Western Australia Energy Resources Limited is an exploration and development company established to discover, define and develop battery metal resource projects to help the worldwide efforts towards electrification of our vehicles, homes and power grids through batteries and EVs.

This movement is underway, and will only see increased demand for Nickel, Lithium, PGE (platinum-group elements) and REE (rare-earth elements) to supply the needed energy storage and infrastructure.

The company has a large 940km2 package of ground in the emerging “lithium corridor” of Western Australia, with a large land-holding straddling the Ida Fault and the Jimberlana Dyke, home to an existing JORC-inferred resource of 9.25 Mt @ 0.810% Ni and 0.051% Co, along with granites hosting greenstone belt rocks, in an area that remains the heart of the WA nickel zone, and adjacent to prospective gold ground.


  • West Australian Energy Resources ASX WER

    Mark Major, non-executive director and chairman. MBA, BSc(Geol), Member of AUSIMM

    Major holds more than 30 years’ experience as a resource professional including exploration, mine development, transactions, M&A and project generation.

    He has also spent time working for major (Tier 1) mining sector companies as well as successful junior & mid-sized companies. Major is currently the CEO of Krakatoa Resources Ltd.

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  • West Australian Energy Resources ASX WER

    Greg Almond, CEO. BSc (Geology and Geography), M. AusIMM

    Almond is a geologist by profession with over 20 years’ experience in the mining industry in Australia and around the world.

    He holds extensive experience in mining operation and exploration roles in both open pit and underground mining operations in Australia and overseas. This resume includes working with nickel, gold, copper and iron ore.

    Almond is experienced with business development and technical analysis of mining assets and was also recently the CEO of Star Minerals (ASX:SMS), a gold exploration and development company.

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