Thursday, 27 June 2013

Gary Gu joins Greywolf Mining Resources in China



Dehong Yu, CEO of Greywolf Resources has employed Gary Gu, previously based in China to head Greywolf Mining Resources NL, Chinese business development team.  Edward Lancaster, Chairman of Greywolf Mining Resources NL, welcomed Gary Gu, who is bilingual. “This is a good move for the company as we strengthen our ties with Chinese mining businesses, we see Gary as a valuable addition to our team” said Mr Edward Lancaster.

Wednesday, 26 June 2013

Edward Lancaster donates to RSPCA



Edward Lancaster, Chairman of Greywolf Mining Resources NL, a mining exploration company based in Sydney was happy to make a personal donation to the RSPCA and noted with humour that as he was married to a lifelong animal rights activist and vegetarian he had “no choice”.  The fundraiser was a success and had bought the small community together for a pleasant evening that paid respect to the volunteers and staff of the local organization.

Tuesday, 18 June 2013

Edward Lancaster meets Queensland Premier



Edward Lancaster and Dehong Yu of Greywolf Mining Resources NL enjoyed a relaxed barbeque in Brisbane with Campbell Newman, Premier of Queensland.  They had been invited to attend as part of a contingency from China seeking stronger business ties with Queensland. 

Saturday, 15 June 2013

New Zealand SFO clears Greywolf Resources NL over administration error



Edward Lancaster, Chairman of Greywolf Mining Resources NL was delighted that the investigation into the company by the New Zealand SFO had been concluded quickly and without any further action to be taken.  The company was initially contacted by the office to answer a query regarding and administration error on a piece of paperwork.The company had assisted the investigators who were satisfied with the answers provided.  Mr Edward Lancaster stated, “I feel that it is important that all businesses were answerable to government bodies and I was pleased with the outcome of the investigation”.

Friday, 14 June 2013

Greywolf Resources to support indigenous community of Rockhampton



Greywolf Mining Resources NL agreed that interacting with the indigenous community on the tenement in the Rockhampton area was important because mining must be a strong supporter of healthy environmental actions and integration with the local community.  Edward Lancaster, Chairman said, “We intend to develop our understanding of environmental requirements and make sure that not only do we meet these requirements but we surpass them”.

Wednesday, 12 June 2013

Greywolf Resources to support indigenous community of Rockhampton

Greywolf Resources NL agreed that interacting with the indigenous community on the tenement in the Rockhampton area was important because mining must be a strong supporter of healthy environmental actions and integration with the local community.  Edward Lancaster, Chairman said, “We intend to develop our understanding of environmental requirements and make sure that not only do we meet these requirements but we surpass them”.