Nevada Exploration Withdraws Board Appointment
July 24, 2015
Nevada Exploration Inc. (“NGE” or the “Company”) (TSX-V:NGE) announces that the Company has withdrawn the appointment of Dr. Matthew I. Leybourne as director. Dr. Leybourne is unable to complete the appointment process at this time for personal reasons. The Company’s board and management would like to thank Dr. Leybourne for his consideration of the position, and plan to look for opportunities to work together in the future.
About Nevada Exploration Inc.
NGE is an exploration company focused on gold in Nevada. NGE is led by an experienced management team that has been involved with the discovery of more than 30 million ounces of gold in Nevada.
NGE is aggressively applying the latest in covered deposit exploration technology to identify, acquire, and advance new exploration properties in Nevada’s highly prospective, yet underexplored covered basins. Specifically, NGE has developed proprietary hydrogeochemistry (groundwater chemistry) exploration technology to explore for gold in Nevada’s covered basins where traditional exploration techniques are challenged.
Using its industry-leading exploration technology, NGE has assembled a portfolio of new gold projects, and with interests in more than 80 square kilometres (31 sq mi), has established itself a major player in this world class jurisdiction. NGE’s business model is to leverage its properties and technology to create shareholder value through generative exploration, joint ventures, and other exploration partnerships.
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