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White Cliff Minerals Explores the Land of the Long White Cloud

Updated: Jun 23, 2023

Edward Mead Shares Happy Prospects Ahead

Noel Ong, CEO of Samso is a firm proponent of understanding well the business of your investment. That is what gets him excited about what he does. Every Coffee with Samso episode is an enlightening brew where he soaks up the insights, experience and knowledge of his guests to be shared with fellow investors.

Edward Mead, Technical Director of White Cliff Minerals Limited (ASX:WCN) is one of those he has mused over investments with.

Mr. Mead has had experience working in New Zealand and he sees great potential in the geology as well as a high mineral prospectivity. He also notes that there has not been intense exploration like in Australia and now is the prime time to source funding. Other plus points are the lack of sovereign risk issue as well as abundant expertise in the country. He is clearly smiling about these factors all falling into place at the right time.

Noel talks to Mr. Mead about the company's projects, how they work within WCN's existing projects as well as looking ahead to the path forward and exploring the prospects of the market.

Watch their coffee chat below about the prospects of the market: Coffee With Samso Episode 78.

About Edward Mead

Technical Director

White Cliff Minerals Limited

Edward (Ed) Mead is a geologist with over 20 years of experience in gold and base metals exploration, mine development and mine production. Ed has also worked in the oil and gas industry on offshore drilling platforms. Other commodities that he has significant experience with and can be considered to be a competent person in are iron ore, magnetite, coal, manganese, lithium, potash and uranium.

Geological areas in Western Australia that he has worked in include: the West Pilbara for base metals and gold; the East Pilbara for manganese and gold; the Yilgarn for gold; the Kimberley for base metals, gold and uranium; and the Murchison for base metals, uranium and gold.

He has a BSc in geology from Canterbury University in New Zealand and is a member of the Australian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy.

About White Cliff Minerals Limited

White Cliff Minerals Limited is a mineral exploration company trading on the Australian Securities Exchange under the ticker code WCN. The Company is currently focusing its exploration on the Reedy South Gold Project near the Cue mining centre in Western Australia, and is pursuing a dual strategy to advance its prospective gold and nickel-cobalt projects in Western Australia.



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