Welcome To The Argus Metals Corp HUB On AGORACOM
Uranium, Gold and Base Metals.
Michael Collins, P.Geo.
President, CEO and Director
Michael graduated with a BSc. Honours from Dalhousie University in 1996, and was granted professional status from the Association of Professional Geologists of Ontario in May of 2003. Over the last 10 years he has developed a strong skill set in mineral exploration, deposit modelling and project development. Companies and projects of note include production and exploration at the Red Lake Mine with Goldcorp, exploration work on the South Raglan project in the Ungava Peninsula with Canadian Royalties and a Syndicated project review in China in 2004. His work has also taken him to such diverse environments such as East Africa, Central America and Southeast Asia.
Clifford (Cliff) C. Rennie, P.Eng.
Chairman and Director
Cliff Rennie graduated from UBC in 1953 with a BSc. in Geological Engineering and registered as a BC professional Engineer in 1955. Cliff worked for Placer Dome and re-lated subsidiaries for 35 year in BC, the Yukon and Australia where he contributed to the discovery and development of several precious and base metal mines. Following his retirement from Place Dome Cliff founded Better Resource Limited, (the precursor to Bluerock Resources), which has been a significant player in the exploration industry in BC since 1981.
Mr. Sheriff is currently a Director of Uranium One (UUU-TSX), Eurasian Minerals Inc. (EMX-TSXV), Midway Gold Corp. (MDW-TSXV), and Pan-Nevada Gold Corporation, and was previously the Chairman of the Board, Executive Vice President and co-founder of Energy Metals Corporation. He is considered to be one of the leading prospect developers in the Western United States having generated numerous exploration projects to many major mining companies. Mr. Sheriff began his career with Cyprus Minerals-AMOCO in 1980 working on molybdenum deposits in Montana. >From 1981 to 1984 as Research Geologist for Amselco Exploration, he was responsible for prospect generation for the southwest USA. >From 1985 to present, he was founder and president of Platoro West Incorporated, a minerals exploration firm specializing in project identification and acquisition throughout the western USA. From 2002 until present, Mr. Sheriff has served as the President of Pacific Intermountain Gold Corporation (PIGCO), a private corporation owned by Seabridge Gold Corporation (SEA-TSX, SA-AMEX). PIGCO holds over 30 advanced gold exploration projects throughout Nevada. He is also President, CEO and a director of Golden Predator Mines Inc., a company that has SEDAR filed its preliminary prospectus for purposes of listing its shares for trading on the TSX Venture Exchange.
Mr. Sheriff received his BSc in Geology from Fort Lewis College in Durango, Colorado and conducted graduate studies at the University of Texas-El Paso in Mining Geology and Mineral Economics.
Paul D. Gray, P.Geo
Paul D. Gray holds a Bachelor of Science (Honors) degree from Dalhousie University in Nova Scotia, Canada, and is a member in good standing with the Association of Profesional Engineers and Geoscientists of British Columbia. Mr. Gray has worked extensively as an exploration geologist in the Mineral Exploration Industry in Canada (predominantly in British Columbia) and Central America for the past 10 years concentrating on base and precious metal exploration. In his work as Vice President of Exploration at Doublestar Resources, Paul is responsible for exploration program design, implementation and assessment as well as being responsible for new property acquisition assessments and business partner relations.
Nancy brings over 20 years of financial market, management and public company experience to BlueRock Resources. Nancy began her career working in the brokerage industry and has worked for several national investment dealers specializing in trading futures. In 1995, Nancy's public company experience began with Mountain Province Diamonds Inc., where she coordinated and implemented an extensive Corporate Communications and Investor Relations program for the company until 2000. Nancy has continued this management and communications role with several resource and technology companies and is presently VP Corporate Communications for Diamonds North Resources Ltd
Stephen E. Glass has over 30 years experience in the geological and envoronmental sector. As a consultant Mr. Glass has assisted and facilitated his clients successfully through regulatory processes of the mineral exploration and development industry through identification and reduction of political, environmental and regulatory project risk.
As Bluerock Resources moves from an pure exploration play to a mine developer, Mr. Glass will be able to utilizes his in-depth knowledge of industry's complex regulatory structure as a basis for expediting projects in harmony with agencies and stakeholder groups.