Moho Resources says it’s got a new board and chief geologist to drive the charge towards a greener future in nickel and critical minerals.

Ralph Winter is the new MD, replacing retiring Shane Sadleir – who will continue to act in a non-executive director capacity and provide technical and corporate services to the company on an as-needs basis.

As a founding director, previous commercial director and company secretary of Moho Resources (ASX:MOH), the company says Winter has knowledge and understanding of all strategic and operational aspects of the company.

“I look forward to working with Moho’s new executive team led by Ralph with their renewed exploration focus on nickel and critical metals so important for a greener future,” chairman Terry Streeter said.

New chief geo to back exploration plans

Moho says the board changes complement the recent appointment of a new chief geologist in Wouter Denig, who has 30 years mineral exploration experience with Codrus Minerals, Western Areas, IGO, MPI and Polaris Metals exploring for nickel sulphides, base metals and gold throughout WA.

The company is confident it now has the team and funding, with a recent $975,000 placement to explore its Black Swan South and Manjimup nickel-copper-PGE projects in Western Australia.  

A 2,000m RC drilling program is currently underway targeting the basal contact of interpreted ultramafic units at the Black Swan South Project, within the wider Silver Swan North Project.

Plus, a DHEM survey of selected RC holes and ground EM survey over magnetic anomaly to assess the potential for further nickel targets will also be carried out before the exploration focus shifts to the Manjimup.




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