Farshad Shirvani M.Sc. Geol. – President & CEO
–Mr. Shirvani has a B.Sc. and M.Sc. in geology from the Shiraz University in Shiraz, Iran and has more than 22 years of solid geological experience in mineral exploration. Mr. Shirvani is the President of Terracad Geoscience Services Ltd. and served as a member of the Board of Directors of several Junior Mining Companies including Gold Producer Barkerville Gold Mines Ltd. (BGM-TSXV) for more than 7 years. Mr. Shirvani brings to Doubleview a wealth of experience in Mining Property Acquisition, Exploration, and Development.
Erik Ostensoe, B.Sc., P. Geo., Geological Consultant, Qualified Person (QP)
(Mr. E. Ostensoe as the qualified person has reviewed and approved the scientific and technical disclosure content of this website.)
–Mr. Ostensoe acts as Qualified Person and principal geological consultant to Doubleview and a shareholder and a co-vendor of the Red Spring Property. He has many years experience in mineral exploration in British Columbia and elsewhere, including early-stage work at the Valley of Kings and KSM areas, the Schaft Creek copper-molybdenum deposit of Copper Fox and Teck, and the Chu molybdenum deposit near Vanderhoof, B.C.
Patrick McAndless, P.Geo, FGC
–Mr. McAndless has over 44 years in the mining industry primarily exploring for base and precious metal deposits. Previously, Mr. McAndless served as Vice-President Exploration of Imperial Metals Inc. and assisted the Imperial Metal’s team in discovering key deposits in British Columbia and Nevada. Other work has included managing large scale exploration projects for various senior and junior mining companies focusing on porphyry copper, volcanic massive sulphide, epithermal gold, uranium, and diamond deposits.
John Buckle, P. Geoph., P. Geo.
–Mr. John Buckle, P.Geo., geophysical consultant to the company has been involved in the discovery of a variety of mineral deposits. Mr. Buckle’s insight and interpretation of airborne geophysical data pinpointed the kimberlites that led to the Ekati and Snap Lake diamond mines in Canada’s Northwest Territories. He identified the Eastern Deeps airborne anomaly of the giant Voisey’s Bay nickel mine. For Desert Sun in Brazil, his interpretation of ground IP geophysical data discovered new resources that led to the re-opening of the mined-out Jacobina gold deposit is now in production by Yamana. The discovery holes at the rich El Domo VHMS deposit were spotted by Mr. Buckle. He re-processed and interpreted 40-year-old data that resulted in the targeting of the Lisle zone copper-gold porphyry on DBV’s Hat project.
Thomas E. Lisle, P. Eng., Advisor
–Mr. Lisle was responsible for identifying the geologic potential of the Hat Property and the nearby properties of Firesteel Resources. He worked in the Sheslay area of northwestern British Columbia in the 1970s and discovered the Dick Creek copper property currently being explored by Firesteel and Prosper Gold. In 1993 he, with Erik Ostensoe, staked the Hat Property and in subsequent years completed various technical surveys that confirmed the presence of an important porphyry-type environment. He is a co-vendor of the Hat Property.
Allan Fabbro – Mining Projects Analyst
–Mr. Fabbro currently serves as an executive officer and/or director of a number of junior resource companies listed on the TSX Venture Exchange including, American Consolidated Minerals Corp., Canada Gold Corporation, Midnight Sun Mining Corp., and WPC Resources Inc, and former director of Roxgold Inc. Mr. Fabbro facilitated the financing of Doubleview’s 2012 and 2013 work, including drilling on the Hat Copper-Gold Project.