Shares of EMP Metals Corp (OTCMKTS:EMPPF) (CSE: EMPS) have been trending lower over the past week with a fall of 14%.
On Friday, EMPPF stock ended lower by 1.29% to $0.3038 with 200 shares, compared to its average volume of 5.3K shares. The stock moved within a range of $0.3038 – 0.3038 after opening trade at $0.3038.
Emp Metals Appoints Kobler As Technical Advisor
Canadian-based exploration company focused on the acquisition and exploration of mineral projects with significant development potential, EMP Metals Corp (OTCMKTS:EMPPF) (CSE: EMPS) on February 3, 2022, announced the appointment of Mr. Michael Kobler as a technical consultant.
Former President as well as current general manager of American Lithium, Mr. Kobler has ensured the advancement of the TLC lithium project in Nevada.
Kobler has been a specialist in identifying, developing as well as producing natural resource opportunities globally and overseeing the design of a number of infrastructure projects. The new technical consultant has also served in several roles for early-stage firms including Chairman, President, Chief Executive Officer, Technical Advisor, and Project Manager besides being a founder and major shareholder in several ventures.
Kobler has a robust record of success in the exploration, enabling, and de-risking of resource projects. Having expertise in assessing opportunities through detailed examination as well as knowledge, including detailed environmental work as well as dealing with challenges pertaining to the water supply. He holds a BSc in Mining Engineering from Montana Tech.
EMP Metals President, Rob Gamley expressed delight in announcing as he feels that Mike is a significant resource for the firm. Rob added that the experience in the lithium space would be a significant assets as the firm is looking to develop the Saskatchewan assets.
EMP Metals President, Rob Gamley, commented, “I am really pleased to make this announcement. Mike is a tremendous resource for our Company. His experience in the lithium space will be a major asset as we develop the Saskatchewan assets we have in our joint venture.”