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Mr. Dahrouge is a professional geologist with over 25 years of experience in Canada and internationally, and has a successful background in base metals, industrial minerals, rare metals and uranium exploration. Since 1998, Mr. Dahrouge has been the president of Dahrouge Geological Consulting Ltd., a geological services company that provides consulting services to a broad range of public and private exploration and mining companies. He is a professional geologist (Alberta) and holds Bachelor of Science degrees in geology and computing science, both from the University of Alberta. Mr. Dahrouge has been involved in all aspects of mineral exploration and development for a wide variety of commodities worldwide. Until September 2007, Mr. Dahrouge was President and COO of Fission Energy Corp. ("Fission"), and played a key role in the acquisition of several of Fission's key exploration properties, including Waterbury Lake, Patterson Lake and Patterson Lake South ("PLS"). Two very significant uranium occurrences were eventually discovered at those projects, including the J-Zone at Waterbury Lake, and the Triple R uranium deposit at PLS.
Mike is a graduate of the Haileybury School of Mines and the University of Alaska with a degree in Geological Engineering. His professional career spans almost 50 years working in most commodities, particularly uranium. The work has carried him across North America, Central America and South America. He has also worked extensively in the southern countries in Africa. Mike is a former president of the Northwest Territories Chamber of Mines and a former director of the Prospectors and Developers Association of Canada (PDAC). He has served in senior management and as a director and officer of a number of Canadian public companies. He was part of the Terra Ventures Inc. team, which was a partner in the Roughrider uranium deposit discovery in the Athabasca Basin in Saskatchewan. The deposit was bought by Rio Tinto and subsequently acquired by Uranium Energy Corp. He was also the Chief Operating Officer of Xemplar Energy, a significant uranium explorer in Namibia. The company at its peak had a market cap in excess of $1 billion dollars.
Mr. McFaul has 20 years of experience with companies involved in the public markets. He has acted as a director and held senior management positions with various public companies. Mr. McFaul completed the Canadian Securities Course in 1994. He also obtained a degree in finance from the University of Alaska in 1989.