Vancouver, British Columbia, February 2, 2023 – Cosa Resources Corp. (CSE: COSA) (“Cosa Resources” or the “Company”) is pleased to announce the appointment of Andy Carmichael as Vice President of Exploration, effective immediately.
Andy Carmichael is a Professional Geoscientist with 19+ years in mineral exploration, of which 17+ have focused on exploring for uranium deposits in the Athabasca Basin, Hornby Bay Basin, Colorado Plateau, and Namibia. Most recently Andy served as Vice President of Exploration at IsoEnergy Ltd. (TSXV: ISO) where he was also a member of the team that discovered the Hurricane deposit, currently the world’s highest-grade Indicated Mineral Resource for uranium. Previously, Andy worked at the Triple R, Phoenix, Gryphon, and J-Zone deposits. Together with Craig Parry, Steve Blower, and Justin Rodko, Andy was awarded the AME 2022 Colin Spence Award for excellence in global mineral exploration for the discovery of Hurricane. Andy is a P.Geo and holds a B.Sc. with Honours in Geology from Saint Mary’s University in Halifax, Nova Scotia.
“I am extremely happy to welcome Andy Carmichael to Cosa’s industry leading uranium exploration team”, said Keith Bodnarchuk, President and CEO of Cosa. “Andy brings an outstanding track record of success and discovery in the Athabasca Basin including being directly involved with the discovery of the Hurricane deposit. Andy will immediately begin planning for exploration programs on our uranium properties, including the 100% owned Ursa project.”
Andy Carmichael, VP Exploration, commented: “Having worked previously with several members of the Cosa team, I am thrilled to take on the role and responsibilities of VP, Exploration at such an early and pivotal stage in the company’s growth. I am confident that the Cosa team has the track record and elements required to replicate past successes in the Athabasca and create shareholder value through exploration, discovery, and development. I have spent the majority of my career exploring for uranium in Saskatchewan’s Athabasca Basin, and I look forward to the opportunity to build upon current relationships with the local communities and all stakeholders involved. Uranium market fundamentals have never looked better, and Cosa presents a compelling opportunity to which I am eager to contribute.”
About Cosa Resources
Cosa Resources is a Canadian mineral exploration company based in Vancouver, BC and is currently focused on the exploration of its uranium and copper projects in northern Saskatchewan. The portfolio includes four uranium exploration properties; Ursa, Orion, Castor and Charcoal totaling 87,800 ha in the eastern Athabasca Basin. It also includes the Heron Project: three mineral claims approximately 180 km north of La Ronge, Saskatchewan that are prospective for sedimentary-hosted copper mineralization.
The team behind Cosa Resources has a track record of success in Saskatchewan, with several decades of combined experience in uranium exploration, discovery, and development in the province.
Keith Bodnarchuk, President and CEO
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