Bryah has strengthened its leadership team with the appointment of veteran geologist Ashley Jones as its chief executive and Brian Davis as a non-executive director.

Jones has over 20 years of experience in exploration, mine geology and management across Australia and Africa, and he’s been behind the technical direction of Bryah Resources (ASX:BYH) and Australian Vanadium (ASX:AVL) since 2019.

He brings significant project development expertise in feasibility level projects with a particular focus on resources and mine development, including manganese, gold and uranium.

Jones is also a non-executive director of recently-listed Star Minerals (ASX:SMS).

His appointment follows the resignation of Neil Marston as managing director of the company.

Davis is a 50-year veteran of the resources industry and has been principal of exploration and resource development consultancy group Geologica for the past 20 years.

He has worked in exploration and mining for small and large resource companies, focused on commodities from gold and base metals to vanadium, uranium, iron ore, coal and rare earths, both here in Australia and overseas.

The company says the twin appointments will enable Bryah to fully develop its energy minerals strategy and strengthen performance into the coming years.

Bryah recently acquired the Lake Johnston lithium-nickel project in Western Australia and secured a $130,000 exploration incentive scheme grant to offset drilling costs at the recently identified Olympus Anomaly within the Bryah Basin project.




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