Blenheim Natural Resources appoints Christian Schaffalitzky to its Board as Non-Executive Director

– UK, London – Blenheim Natural Resources Plc (AIM:BNR), is pleased to announce the appointment of Mr Christian Schaffalitzky as a Non-Executive Director of the Company with immediate effect.

Christian Schaffalitzky has extensive corporate experience as an executive and independent director of public companies on both AIM and the London Stock Exchange’s Main Market, as well as the Dublin, Moscow and Toronto Stock Exchanges. Christian Schaffalitzky is currently Chairman of AIM quoted Kibo Mining Plc, Managing Director of AIM quoted Eurasia Mining Plc and a Non-Executive Director of NEX quoted MetalNRG Plc.

With over 40 years’ experience in minerals exploration, Christian Schaffalitzky was a founder of CSA Global, the international mining consulting group and Ivernia West Plc, where he led the exploration, discovery and development of the Lisheen zinc deposit in Ireland, as he did with the Shaimerden zinc deposit in Kazakhstan for Ennex International.

He is a European Geologist, as recognised by the European Federation of Geologists, a Fellow of the Institute of Materials, Minerals and Mining, a Chartered Engineer, and a Professional Geologist (Institute of Geologists of Ireland).

Blenheim’s Chairman, Chris Ells, commented: “We are really pleased that Christian has joined the Blenheim team. His background and experience will be of great value in critically analysing the burgeoning investment opportunities being presented to the Company”

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