Xantippe Resources’ (ASX:XTC) board of directors possesses the right mix of exploration and development experience
Mr Henning is a skilled mining executive and geologist with more than 40years’ experience across a range of countries and commodities.
Graduating from Queens University in Belfast, Richard has played a key role in the investment and development of a number of companies, including WA gold producer and uranium explorer Extract Resources, where he served as manager of business and corporate relations from 2006 – 2010. He oversaw a period of immense growth at Extract, with the company valued at approximately $100m in 2006 and eventually sold for $2.2bn in 2012.
Mr Henning has also served as managing director and chairman of Korean-focussed resources explorer Stonehenge Metals over a period of five years and is currently chairman of Burma Mining Corporation, which is investigating the potential for a tin and tungsten processing facility in Myanmar.
Mr Imants Kins has a Bachelor of Economics from UWA and Master of Arts (Futures Studies) from Curtin University. He has extensive experience at a senior level in Government and since 1986 the private sector in natural resources sector as a senior manager, corporate economist and Director of ASX listed companies
Guzmán has 30 years experience at law, commercial and management of companies such as Polaris Renewable energies, a Canadian-based and publicly traded company engaged in the acquisition, development and operation of renewable energy projects in Latin America; the Uruguayan company Charrúa Oil and Gas, first Uruguayan company to obtain a tender with Ancap (National Fuel, Alcohol and Portland Administration) for onshore and offshore exploration.
Ms Arecco is Argentinean and she is currently the Commercial Director of Arecco Ingenieria SA., a company which had a major shareholding in CLi. In her role with Arecco, Carolina oversees the technical and commercial support offered to local and foreign companies through its extensive public and private networks