Thu, Jun 10, 2021 at 12:00 PM
Eastern Time (US & Canada)
Join Giga Metals management to learn about the latest announcement on Giga’s pathway to carbon-neutral nickel mining. On June 1st, Giga Metals released data that shows the Turnagain project could achieve carbon neutrality without purchasing any carbon credits.
With Europe already introducing a strong carbon policy which could provide economic incentives to low carbon sources of raw materials, Giga Metals is proud that their project is at the forefront of being able to contribute to a carbon free industry.
Giga Metals Corporation (TSX.V: GIGA | OTCQB: HNCKF | FSE: BRR2) aims to be a premier supplier of the battery metals that will be needed as the world progresses to a future powered by clean energy. We are currently focused on two of the key metals used in the batteries of electric vehicles: Nickel and Cobalt.
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Mark JarvisCEO & DirectorMr. Jarvis has more than 30 years' experience in exploration and development of mineral resources, both in oil and gas and metals.
After a career in financing exploration projects as a stockbroker, Mr. Jarvis moved to the corporate side of the business in 1996. He joined the Board of Ultra Petroleum, which at the time was a small oil and gas exploration and development company with a large, unconventional gas deposit. As Director responsible for Corporate Finance, he raised the equity capital necessary to prove the concept and to establish enough production to finance further growth with debt.
Mr. Jarvis became CEO of Giga Metals Corporation's predecessor company in January 2004. During his tenure, the company has drilled off a giant nickel/cobalt deposit, worked out a reliable metallurgical circuit, and published a Preliminary Economic Assessment.
Lyle TryttenManager of DevelopmentMr. Trytten has more than 25 years' experience in the nickel industry, and was previously General Manager, Sustainability with Sherritt International Corporation at their Alberta nickel refinery. In this role, his duties included oversight of EH&S, stakeholder relations, and emergency response programs. Previously, Lyle had managed Sherritt's acclaimed metallurgical research group and full-service engineering group and managed the project review component (including technical review and economic modelling) for the growth mandate of Sherritt's technology division, formerly Dynatec Corporation. At Dynatec, Lyle was a member of the Ambatovy project due diligence and feasibility study teams, overseeing process design and the development of the project cost and economic model. Lyle has been personally involved with metallurgical operations on five continents, including a 1-year secondment to the Murrin Murrin nickel refinery in Australia (now owned by Glencore) and start-ups of metallurgical processing facilities in the US and Indonesia.
Martin VydraPresidentMartin Vydra joined Giga Metals after a 31 year career with Sherritt International Corporation, a leader in the mining, processing and refining of lateritic nickel and cobalt with operations in Canada, Cuba and Madagascar. Martin is widely recognized as an expert in nickel and cobalt extraction, processing and refining including the development and application of advanced technologies to maximize the recovery of valuable metals such as nickel and cobalt from a variety of feeds. While at Sherritt, Martin’s technical accomplishments spanned four continents and over 20 operations including postings in Australia where he was integrated in Murrin Murrin’s refinery start up; Finland for the design of Harjavalta’s nickel reduction circuit; and, in Chile where he oversaw the design, construction and commissioning of a major pressure oxidation operation.
Most recently, Martin served as Sherritt's Senior Vice President, Commercial and Technologies, where he had oversight for the sales and marketing of nickel and cobalt, and marketing and commercialization of Sherritt's proprietary technologies.
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