Atlantic Lithium (AIM: ALL) has confirmed that Keith Muller, the newly appointed CEO, along with Patrick Brindle, will be joining the board of directors of the company, which is primarily focused on lithium mining in Africa.
Muller stepped into the CEO role on May 16, 2023, having initially joined the company as COO in the preceding November. His two-decade long expertise in hard rock lithium mining and processing was emphasized in a company statement. He held notable positions in the past at Allkem, an Australian lithium company, contributing significantly to the Mt Cattlin lithium mine.
According to Atlantic Lithium, Muller brings invaluable experience from his successful operation of a lithium mine. His appointment is in line with the company’s goal of making the Ewoyaa lithium project the first lithium mine in Ghana.
Neil Herbert, the executive chairman, acknowledged Muller’s critical contribution to the Mt Cattlin mine during his tenure at Allkem, praising his profound understanding and hands-on experience in lithium mine operations.
Patrick Brindle, currently the executive vice president and COO at Piedmont Lithium, is joining the board as a non-executive member. His appointment is a part of the deal between Piedmont and Atlantic Lithium, where Piedmont agreed to finance the Ewoyaa project. With 20 years of experience in high-level management and engineering roles globally, Brindle brings a wealth of mining and mineral process project delivery expertise.
Herbert acknowledged Piedmont’s unwavering support for Atlantic Lithium since the financing agreement was finalized in August 2021 and welcomed Brindle’s global mining expertise to the board.
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