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George Ogilvie, President and CEO, Battle North Gold Corp.
Mr. Ogilvie is a Professional Engineer, with more than 30 years of management, operating, and technical experience in the mining industry. Previously, George was the CEO of Kirkland Lake Gold Inc., where he and his team improved operations at the Macassa Mine and elevated the company’s profile with the acquisition of St. Andrew Goldfields. Prior to this, Mr. Ogilvie was the CEO of Rambler Metals and Mining PLC, where he and his team guided the evolution of the company from grassroots exploration to a profitable junior producer. Mr. Ogilvie began his mining career in 1989 with AngloGold in South Africa working in the ultra-deep, high-grade, gold mines in the Witwatersand Basin. In 1997, he was the Mine Superintendent at the Ruttan Mine in Northern Manitoba for HudBay Minerals Inc. (formerly Hudson Bay Mining and Smelting Co. Ltd.). In 2004, George joined Dynatec Corporation as their Area Manager for the Sudbury Basin and later worked at the McCreedy West Mine as Mine Manager. In 2007, George joined Rambler as Chief Operating Officer, later becoming President and CEO. Mr. Ogilvie received his B.Sc. (Hons.) in Mining and Petroleum Engineering from Strathclyde University in Glasgow, Scotland (1989) and holds his Mine Managers Certificate (South Africa).
Battle North Gold plans to deliver a maiden Feasibility Study for the shovel-ready Bateman Gold Project, after several years spent de-risking the asset. President and CEO George Ogilvie, P.Eng. will discuss the specifics of the Feasibility Study and the path to take the Bateman Gold Project to become Red Lake’s next gold mine.
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