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MEI Online: People News: North America: February 16th 2010

 
 

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:: Fortune Minerals Announces Appointments for Senior Metalurgist and SMPP Permitting Consultant

Fortune Minerals Limited is pleased to announce the appointment of Mr. Jared Orynik, P.Eng, as Senior Metallurgist for the Company's proposed Saskatchewan Metals Processing Plant to be built near Langham, 30 km west of Saskatoon. Fortune Minerals' SMPP will use modern hydrometallurgical process technologies to treat bulk concentrates from the Company's wholly-owned NICO mine in the Northwest Territories to produce high value metal products, including gold, as well as cobalt, bismuth and copper cathodes. The NICO mine and concentrator is currently undergoing the second half of an Environmental Impact Assessment in the Northwest Territories, and the SMPP is undergoing a separate concurrent permitting process in Saskatchewan.

Jared Orynik is a metallurgical and materials engineer, who brings additional hydrometallurgical expertise to Fortune Minerals to augment the Company's existing team of in-house process and mining engineers and expert consultants. Jared was recently employed as a Senior Production Engineer at Teck Resources' metallurgical complex at Trail, B.C., where he worked in metal leaching and electro-winning operations similar to the process technologies that will be employed at Fortune Minerals' SMPP. Jared also has key plant commissioning experience as part of Teck's startup of the Pogo Gold Mine in Alaska. Originally from Prince Albert, Saskatchewan, Jared is a graduate of Materials Engineering at the University of Alberta. He is pleased to be back in his home province as a member of the Fortune Minerals management group based in Saskatoon as the Company advances its vertically integrated NICO gold-cobalt-bismuth-copper development toward commercial production.

 

 

   

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