Technology Metals Australia announces resignation of non-executive director Jacqueline Murray

Technology Metals Australia (ASX:TMT) reports Jacqueline Murray has resigned from her position as Non-Executive Director as a result of her increased workload and future board roles.

The company says Murray was appointed to the board in October 2021 and has been a ‘valuable’ member of the board over the ensuing period. 

Technology Metals Australia notes the company has grown and developed appreciably since Murray’s appointment, with key achievements including the appointment of mining project delivery professional David English as Chief Operating Officer (COO), as well as the appointment of ‘highly credentialed’ finance professional Elisha Civil as Chief Financial Officer (CFO). 

Other key achievements include the strengthening of the relationship with leading Japanese vanadium electrolyte technology partner LE System, completion of the Murchison Technology Metals Project (MTMP) integration study and the resultant delivery of an increased mine life in excess of 25 years, and the execution of a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to establish a very exciting partnership with Indian steelmaking company Tata Steel. 

Addressing the resignation, Technology Metals Australia Chairman Michael Fry says: “It has been an absolute pleasure having Jacqui as a fellow Board member as we have together made enormous steps in progressing the development of both the strength of the TMT team as well as the material advancement of the development of the worlds next primary vanadium mine, the MTMP. 

“It has been an absolute pleasure having Jacqui as a fellow Board member…”

We wish Jacqui all the very best in her ongoing role at RCF and her future Board roles.”  

The company also notes the resignation of Murray comes following the production of ‘high quality’ vanadium electrolyte utilising feedstock from its MTMP in Western Australia by its technology partner LE System, as announced by Technology Metals Australia earlier in February 2023. 

Technology Metals Australia is an ASX-listed advance vanadium development company focused on the exploration and development of its flagship, 100% owned MTMP located about 50km southeast of the township of Meekatharra in the Mid West region of Western Australia. The project represents one of the highest-grade vanadium projects in the world and is expected to have the lowest quartile operating costs once developed.

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