Anfield Resources Inc (CVE:ARY) reported that Mr. Robert Scott Lumadue will be the new VP, Uranium Sales and Marketing of company. Lumadue has extensive work experience of 38 years, which comprises 4 years of work experience with uranium producer firm Uranium One Americas under uranium sales team, 12 years of work experience with Duke Energy Corporation and others.
Corey Dias, the CEO of Anfield, reported that they are extremely delighted with the inclusion of Scott Lumadue as company’s VP of Uranium Sales and Marketing. Lumadue’s experience in the relevant sector will work as a remarkable asset to the firm. His long-term associations offer company with a unique opportunity to use its uranium production position via the quest of long-term utility sales deals.
Anfield continues to strengthen overall market position not only via strategic process and property acquisitions, but also via the addition of major personnel. By implementing on this strategy, the company’s value proposition continues to achieve greater appeal.
The company is an energy metals advancement and near-term production firm that is dedicated to becoming a premium energy-linked fuels supplier by gaining value through workable, efficient growth in its energy metals resources. It is a publicly-traded firm listed on the TSX, the OTCQB platform and the Frankfurt Stock Exchange. The company is concentrated on two production centers.
The major asset in firm’s conservative uranium portfolio remains the Shootaring Canyon Mill in Utah. Anfield’s uranium resources comprise of conventional mining claims as well as state leases in southeastern Utah and Arizona, targeting regions where past uranium mining or mining occurred. Its conventional uranium resources comprise the Velvet-Wood Project, the Findlay Tank breccia pipe and the Frank M Uranium Project. All conventional uranium resources are situated within a close radius of the Shootaring Mill.
Anfield’s ISR mining assignments are based in the Black Hills, Great Divide Basin, Powder River Basin, Shirley Basin, Wind River Basin and Laramie Basin areas in Wyoming.