Rob Shives, P.Geo.

Mr. Shives acted as Director from 2009 through 2014. He is currently Vice President, Exploration. Rob is a geologist with over 35 years post-graduate experience (Carleton, 1979) in private exploration and public sectors, in a variety of gold (vein, porphyry, epithermal) and uranium environments. He has made discoveries which led to producing gold deposits.

As Head of the Radiation Geophysics Section, Geological Survey of Canada (1998 to 2007), he managed Section activities to ensure ongoing collection of high quality airborne and ground data. He performed interpretation and numerous practical field studies in and outside Canada to develop case histories in a wide variety of geological settings. Mr. Shives has presented successful applications as numerous formal published papers, short courses, talks and posters, in BC, Canada and worldwide. He left GSC in 2007 to contribute to exploration at Lac La Hache as an advisor. In 2009, he accepted EnGold positions as Director and VP Exploration, eager to demonstrate potential for large porphyry Cu-Au and related skarn-type system(s) at Lac La Hache.