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  • E-Tech Resources (REE) has appointed Professor Frances Wall as a director, effective immediately
  • Wall is Professor of Applied Mineralogy at Camborne School of Mines, University of Exeter
  • Wall has over 30 years experience researching the geology and process mineralogy of global rare earth deposits and practically linking exploration stage studies to responsible sourcing outcomes
  • E-Tech Resources is a rare earth element development company that owns the Eureka project in Namibia
  • E-Tech Resources Inc. (REE) is up 3.70 per cent, trading at C$0.14 per share at 4:12 pm ET

E-Tech Resources (REE) has appointed Professor Frances Wall as a director, effective immediately.

Professor Wall replaces Ed Loye on the board of directors. Loye will remain as a technical consultant to the company.

Wall is Professor of Applied Mineralogy at Camborne School of Mines, University of Exeter. She has a BSc in geochemistry from Queen Mary University of London and a PhD in rare earth-rich carbonatites from the University of London.

Wall has over 30 years experience researching the geology and process mineralogy of global rare earth deposits and practically linking exploration stage studies to responsible sourcing outcomes. She has also led large consortium research projects such as HiTech AlkCarb and SoS RARE. She is currently Principal Investigator for the UK Research and Innovation Interdisciplinary Circular Economy Centre for Technology Metals (Met4Tech).

She is also Chair of the British Geological Survey Science Advisory Committee and a member of the UK Critical Minerals Expert Committee. Wall was named in the WIM UK ‘100 Global Inspirational Women in Mining’ 2016 edition and was awarded the William Smith Medal of the Geological Society of London for applied geoscience in 2019.

Dan Whittaker, Chairman and Interim CEO of E-Tech, commented on the appointment.

“We welcome Frances to the board and look forward to her sharing her expertise with the company. I also want to thank Mr. Loye for his service as a director. Its pleasing that he will continue to contribute to our efforts in Namibia as a consultant.”

E-Tech Resources is a rare earth element development company that owns the Eureka project in Namibia.

E-Tech Resources Inc. (REE) is up 3.70 per cent, trading at C$0.14 per share at 4:12 pm ET.


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