COMPANY

HIGHLIGHTS

Through the development of Net Zero Lithium, Lancaster will power the future of Carbon free lithium development and production

Net Zero Lithium

We are developing a carbon free lithium supply chain.

Highly analogous to the world famous Clayton Valley, the Alakli Flat Project lies within a mining friendly jurisdiction including extensive infrastructure.

Top Tier Jurisdiction

Diversified Lithium Portfolio

Lithium brine at our Alkali Flat Project in New Mexico, strongly analogous to Clayton Valley. Hard Rock lithium at our Trans Taiga Project in James Bay.

Employing multiple exploration technologies, the Company is ensuring the efficient use of exploration dollars, fast track to drilling.

Advanced Exploration Technologies

Drill Ready Project

Maiden drilling program expected to start in April 2024 at our Alkali Flat Project.

KorrAI’s innovative satellite and AI technology, will enhance the efficiency and accuracy of mineral exploration.

KorrAI Technology

Technology & Technical SUPPORT

KorrAi will provide valuable insights into the presence of lithium, uranium, REEs, and other critical minerals.

KLM Geophysical Exploration specializes in geophysical mapping such as MT/AMT/IP and has strong experience in lithium brine exploration.

Earthex Geophysical Solutions Inc. is a highly specialized in geophysical prospecting, using cutting edge technologies and data analysis methodology.

Carlin Trend is a highly respected mining services provider, focusing on land claims and BLM support.

EXPERTISE

DATA INTERPRETATION & INTEGRATION

3D MODELLING, TARGET ID

GEOPHYSICAL PROGRAM, PLANNING, TENDERING, QC AND SUPERVISION

FAST AND COST EFFECTIVE DISCOVERY

HIGHLY EXPERIENCED TEAMS

Management Team

Penny White (BA, LLB)

President and CEO

Penny White is an accomplished business leader with over 20 years of experience in the capital markets. As the President and CEO of Lancaster Resources Inc., she brings a wealth of expertise and leadership to the company.

Penny has a diverse background, with experience in sectors such as mining, pharmaceuticals, and clean energy. She was an initial officer and director of a pharmaceutical company that was later acquired for $342 million, and was the Chairman of Highbury Energy for 10 years, overseeing the development of the company’s gasification technology and registration of a patent to create high-grade synthetic gas from biomass. She has been recognized in PROFIT Magazine’s W100 list of top entrepreneurs and has raised over $50 million for companies she has founded.

In addition to her Law Degree, Penny has completed the Oxford Leading Sustainable Corporations Programme and the Oxford Climate Emergency Programme from Saïd Business School, University of Oxford. She is deeply committed to fighting climate change and working towards a more sustainable future. She believes that by taking care of our planet, we can create a better world for ourselves and future generations.

Andrew Watson (P.ENG)

VP, Engineering and Operations & QP

Andrew Watson has 21 years of rich technical leadership, operations, corporate strategy, and commercialization experience in lithium, hydrogen, and conventional oil and gas production. 

His experience includes working as COO of  Prism Diversified, to lead the technical development on two substantial battery metal critical mineral opportunities and spearheading the Lithium brine development opportunities on over 850 square miles of highly prospective brine resource.  Additionally, Mr. Watson is leading engineering and economic studies for a surface ore body with a focus on recovery technologies that minimize environmental impact.

He has  acted as VP Engineering & Operations at CleanInnoGen Energy, where he led the development of the world’s first-of-a-kind pilot project to capture industrial waste heat to produce on-site, low-cost, near-zero emission hydrogen and oxygen. Prior to this, he was the VP Engineering & Operations at Hyak Energy, where he managed the operations of a 60MM bbl medium crude oil field in SW Saskatchewan, using an Alkali-Surfactant-Polymer chemical enhanced oil recovery scheme, increased production by over 250%, and spearheaded corporate sale leading to a successful divestment in January 2020.

Rick Huang (BA, CGA, MBA)

Chief Financial Officer & Corporate Secretary

Rick Huang has been the CFO of Lancaster Resources for 2 years. He has over 15 years’ experience as a director and officer in public companies. Between 2012 and 2014, he chaired the compensation and corporate governance committee for Great Northern Gold Exploration Corporation. For 11 years, from 2007 to 2018, he was the CFO of Hanwei Energy Services Corp. (TSX: HE), managing its finance, banking, and compliance departments. He has overseen accounting for subsidiaries in Canada, China, and Kazakhstan. His roles have encompassed investor relations, AGM preparations, and international joint venture negotiations. His experience also spans roles at companies like Pepsi Bottling Group (Canada) and Coca-Cola China. Mr. Huang has been involved with Datable Technology Corp. (TSXV: TTM) since May 2015 and previously with Poydras Gaming Finance Corp. (TSXV: PYD). He’s been a designated CPA, CGA since 2005 and has an MBA from the University of Western Ontario, 2001.

Technical Team

Rodney Blakestad (J.D., C.P.G.)

Exploration Consultant

Rodney Blakestad is a highly experienced consulting geologist with a successful career spanning over 40 years.  Throughout his career, Rodney has been involved in the discovery of numerous commercial-grade deposits, including the bulk-tonnage potential of the largest operating gold mine in Alaska (Fort Knox, now at 10M ounces), the first leached-cap porphyry systems discovered in Alaska (Taurus-Bluff and others), Cerro Caliche bulk-tonnage gold discovery near Cucurpe, Sonora, Mexico, the Anderson Mountain and Red Mountain VMS deposits in the Alaska range, USA, and numerous volcanogenic massive sulfide deposits (VMS) in the Delta District, Alaska, USA. He has also discovered several gold placers in Alaska, USA.

In addition to his geological expertise, Rodney has a Juris Doctor from the University of Denver Law School, where he studied natural resources and environmental law. This background has led him to focus on brine lithium deposits that can be processed with minimal surface degradation, water consumption, and use alternatives to fossil fuels for the entire recovery process.

Rodney is a Certified Professional Geologist with the American Institute of Professional Geologists and a registered Professional Geologist in the State of Alaska.  He has also been a Board of Director and/or Vice President of Exploration for several publicly traded companies.

William Feyerabend (C.P.G.)

QP & Advisory Board

Mr. Feyerabend is experienced with the exploration and development of lithium projects across the American West, Mexico and South America. He has authored technical reports for claim blocks in Nevada’s Lithium development epicentre, including the Clayton and Fish Lake Valleys. His expertise in lithium exploration began in 2015, with a specific focus on Esmeralda County, NV and especially Clayton Valley. Notably, Mr. Feyerabend sat the discovery well for Pure Energy.

He has extensive experience in generating lithium brine targets, and serving as a Qualified Person for lithium projects in Nevada, California, Utah, and Argentina. He has had roles with major companies such as US Borax and Gold Fields Mining and played a part in the discovery and development of four significant mineral projects.

His international exposure is equally extensive, having worked on projects in Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, China, Colombia, Ghana, Guyana, Mexico, Peru, Saudi Arabia, United States, and Venezuela. He has worked at every level, from property examination and regional planning to discovery and development, and continued exploration on producing properties. He has written more than 35 technical reports in 43-101 format for properties across six countries on four continents.

Gary Lohman (B.Sc., Geo )

QP & Advisory Board

Gary Lohman is one of the founding members and currently serves as the Chief Operating Officer for both Royal Stewart Resources Corp and Thistle Resources Corp. He also holds the position of Vice President at Nine Mile Metals. With four decades of management experience, he brings a wealth of knowledge in precious and base metal exploration, both inside and outside the mining industry. A graduate of the esteemed Geology Programme at the University of Toronto in 1981, Mr. Lohman’s proficiency spans across various geological, geochemical, and geophysical exploration techniques. He has applied these skills in numerous geological contexts, including Volcanogenic Massive Sulphides (VMS), Porphyry Copper / Molybdenum, and Iron Oxide Copper Gold (IOCG) style deposits. His expansive experience extends to conducting evaluations and research on bonanza grade and bulk tonnage gold-silver properties located in Canada, Mexico, California, Ecuador, and Chile. He has also evaluated and researched a variety of industrial mineral projects, dealing with graphite, titanium, zeolites, and building stone. Furthermore, he serves as President of Atacama Copper Exploration Limited in Chile, a private Canadian exploration company that focuses on large scale IOCG-Cobalt exploration. In addition to his key roles, Mr. Lohman maintains several board positions. These include Atacama Copper Exploration Limited (Canada & Chile), Minotaur Atlantic Exploration Limited (NS, Canada), Royal Stewart Resources Corp. (NB, Canada), and Cogonov Inc. (NS, Canada). Operating from Bathurst, New Brunswick year-round, Gary is engaged in exploration activities and collaborates with various provincial government departments, including the Department of Mines and Forestry.

Board of Directors

Penny White (BA, LLB)

President and CEO, Director

Penny White is an accomplished business leader with over 20 years of experience in the capital markets. As the President and CEO of Lancaster Resources Inc., she brings a wealth of expertise and leadership to the company.

Penny has a diverse background, with experience in sectors such as mining, pharmaceuticals, and clean energy. She was an initial officer and director of a pharmaceutical company that was later acquired for $342 million, and was the Chairman of Highbury Energy for 10 years, overseeing the development of the company’s gasification technology and registration of a patent to create high-grade synthetic gas from biomass. She has been recognized in PROFIT Magazine’s W100 list of top entrepreneurs and has raised over $50 million for companies she has founded.

In addition to her Law Degree, Penny has completed the Oxford Leading Sustainable Corporations Programme and the Oxford Climate Emergency Programme from Saïd Business School, University of Oxford. She is deeply committed to fighting climate change and working towards a more sustainable future. She believes that by taking care of our planet, we can create a better world for ourselves and future generations.

Danny Kang

Director

Mr. Kang has a decade-long established career in banking and compliance. His experience spans a period from July 2012 to December 2016 at Tricor Group, an industry-leading business expansion specialist firm. There, he became instrumental in guiding American and European companies through the intricate maze of corporate compliance and tax requirements embedded in the Japanese system, demonstrating his adeptness in managing complex financial environments.

At Tricor, his professional network and collaborations encompassed clients from an impressive range of industries, from technology to fashion. Among his most notable clientele were world-renowned organizations such as Uber, Mercedes Benz, BBC News, and lifestyle brand Tommy Bahama. This breadth of exposure not only enriched his experience but also equipped him with the unique ability to adapt and perform in multifaceted corporate environments.

Beyond his role at Tricor, Mr. Kang has been entrusted with significant responsibilities as a director and an audit committee member for several private and publicly listed companies.

Mr. Kang graduated from Haverford College with a Bachelor of Arts degree and he completed the General Course at the London School of Economics. 

Heather Williamson

Director

Ms. Heather Williamson stands out as a skilled professional within the finance and legal fields, boasting over two decades of impressive hands-on experience in the industry. She has accrued a wealth of knowledge and skills through her roles as a corporate secretary for a multitude of publicly traded companies, where she was responsible for managing a vast array of responsibilities encompassing corporate and securities compliance.

Her experience also includes paralegal work and corporate finance, where she worked for various public corporations. These include established organizations such as Boston Pizza International Inc. and Angiotech Pharmaceuticals Inc.

She has overseen over $10 million in financing for a publicly traded company,  including the execution of all facets of an initial public offering. She has skills in diverse areas such as finance closings, orchestrating IPOs, RTOs, conducting Annual General Meetings (AGMs), and adhering to strict securities and stock exchange regulations.

She is currently an MBA Candidate earning her Master of Business Administration (MBA) in Executive Management from Royal Roads University in early 2024.

Andrew Watson (P.ENG)

VP, Engineering and Operations & QP

Andrew Watson has 21 years of rich technical leadership, operations, corporate strategy, and commercialization experience in lithium, hydrogen, and conventional oil and gas production.

His experience includes working as COO of Prism Diversified, leading the technical development on two substantial battery metal critical mineral opportunities and spearheading the Lithium brine development opportunities on over 850 square miles of highly prospective brine resource. Additionally, Mr. Watson is leading engineering and economic studies for a surface ore body with a focus on recovery technologies that minimize environmental impact.

He has acted as VP Engineering & Operations at CleanInnoGen Energy, where he led the development of the world’s first-of-a-kind pilot project to capture industrial waste heat to produce on-site, low-cost, near-zero emission hydrogen and oxygen. Prior to this, he was the VP Engineering & Operations at Hyak Energy, where he managed the operations of a 60MM bbl medium crude oil field in SW Saskatchewan, using an Alkali-Surfactant-Polymer chemical enhanced oil recovery scheme, increased production by over 250%, and spearheaded corporate sale leading to a successful divestment in January 2020.