C. Trevor PerkinsP.Geo
Mr. Perkins is a Professional Geologist with over 20 years of exploration experience in a variety of commodities from base metals to uranium. He graduated from Acadia University in 1995 with a Bachelor of Science with Honours in Geology.
Mr. Perkins has been working in uranium since 2002 and has been involved with projects in Canada, Australia, Mongolia, Finland and Sweden. He joined the UEX team in December 2014. Prior to joining UEX, his most recent roles were as Senior Geoscientist, Roughrider Project for Rio Tinto and as District Geologist, Europe and Asia for Cameco Corporation. In 11 years with Cameco Corporation, Mr. Perkins was the project leader for several notable uranium discoveries including the North Extension zones at Cameco’s McArthur River Mine in Saskatchewan, and the Angularli Deposit in the McArthur Basin of northern Australia.
Christopher HamelB.Sc., P.Geo.
Mr. Hamel joined the UEX team in December 2016 and accepted the position of Chief Geologist in July 2017. He is a professional geologist that has worked in exploration since completing his B.Sc. in 2001. Chris was employed with Cameco from 2004 to 2016, where he worked on many of Cameco’s Athabasca basin projects. He was involved in the Powell Zone discovery at Eagle point as a project manager. As District Geologist from 2012 onward, Mr. Hamel oversaw the planning and execution of Cameco’s exploration programs that lead to the discovery of deposits at Fox Lake and Mann Lake, along with a number of mineralized showings on other projects. In this capacity he also contributed to the allocation and management of Cameco’s exploration resources in the Athabasca basin.
Mr. Barsi joined the UEX team in December of 2016. Nathan is a Professional Geoscientist and obtained his B. Sc in geological science from the University of Saskatchewan in 2007. He worked for Cameco Corporation from the spring 2007 to the fall of 2016. At Cameco, Nathan explored for uranium mineralization in the Athabasca, Otish, and McArthur Sandstone basins. He assisted in expanding the resource at the Millennium deposit and was part of numerous discoveries of unconformity and basement hosted mineralization on various projects. In 2013, he took over the Dawn Lake project team and successfully planned, executed, and completed drill programs that discovered new mineralization on multiple trends on that property.
Mrs. Scharf joined the UEX Team in January 2017; she is a Professional Geoscientist (Saskatchewan) with a BSc in geology from the University of Calgary in 2008. Prior to joining the UEX Team, Rachel was a geologist in the Exploration group at Cameco Corporation, where she gained experience on multiple projects in the Athabasca Basin. She was part of the discovery team that discovered and did the initial delineation of Powell Zone at Eagle Point. Rachel has also participated in the discovery of several uranium showings throughout the eastern Athabasca Basin.
Throughout her career as an exploration geologist Rachel has been a strong advocate for worker safety and environment standards. This has lead her to complete her Occupational Health and Safety certification in 2018 through Saskatchewan Polytechnic.