is a Canadian-based resource exploration and development company focused on the Energy / sector. Our core projects are in the clean energy space, with uranium exploration projects in the prolific Athabasca Basin, , Canada, and projects in Newfoundland. Our expanding focus will allow the company to grow its evaluation in correlation to macro energy and fuels trends. Uranium for the nuclear industry, and Lithium for the growing battery metals market are at the forefront of a changing focus in energy development. We are actively pursuing projects that position Azincourt for growth in this important sector.
Currently Azincourt is developing the East Preston Uranium Project, located in the prolific Athabasca Basin, Saskatchewan, and the Big Hill Lithium Project, located in southern Newfoundland.
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Mr. Perkins is a Professional Geologist with wide-ranging experience in planning and executing mineral exploration programs and managing exploration teams. He brings a proven track record of discovery and results from a successful 25-year career in mineral exploration in some of the world’s most prolific mining regions.
For the past five years Mr. Perkins held the title of Exploration Manage for UEX Corporation, responsible for overseeing exploration in the Athabasca Basin, Saskatchewan. As a Qualified Person for UEX’s uranium and cobalt projects, he was responsible for several 43-101 technical reports and resource estimates for both the Christie Lake and West Bear Projects. In addition, he managed the team that made the Ōrora Uranium Deposit discovery 2017.
Mr. Perkins was also Senior Geoscientist with Rio Tinto and spent a decade with Cameco Corporation. At Cameco he served as Vice President, Exploration for Cameco Mongolia, District Geologist for Europe and Asia, Senior Project Geologist for Arnhem Land in Australia, and a Project Geologist for Cameco’s Athabasca projects. As Project Geologist for the McArthur River project, he lead the team that discovered the McArthur River North Extension zones (110Mlb U3O8) and as Senior Project Geologist based in Darwin, Australia, he led the team that discovered the Angulari Uranium Deposit (20Mlb U3O8).
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