Dr. Stewart A. Jackson, is an accomplished mining professional with 50 years of experience in the exploration and development of mineral deposits and in the management of public companies. He has been involved in multiple mineral discoveries and evaluations. Most recently he has been involved in the delineation of a major uranium, molybdenum, nickel and vanadium resource in Sweden on properties held by Continental Precious Minerals Inc. Prior to that he was instrumental in the advancement of the Turnagain nickel sulphide deposit of northern British Columbia, Canada, held by Hard Creek Nickel Corporation. While involved with his initial public company, Crown Resource Corporation in the 1980’s, multiple discoveries of gold were made in the Republic District of Washington State, USA. These continue to be produced by Kinross Gold Corporation. In the 1970’s he recognized the potential of the enormous Red Dog zinc-lead deposits in western Alaska, and was instrumental in their exploration and development by Cominco American Incorporated (now Teck-Cominco). Red Dog today produces a substantial portion of the world production of zinc from this long-lived zinc resource field. Subsequently, he was Exploration Manager for Houston Oil and Minerals Corporation during the discovery and development of the Manhattan, South McCoy and Borealis gold deposits of Nevada, USA.
Metallurgical Engineer graduate of the Universitatii Politehnica din Bucuresti with a Masters of Science Degree
in Extractive Metallurgy, the Universitatii Politehnica din Bucuresti Doctor of Philosophy Degree.
He has practiced his profession continuously since 1983.
From 1983 through 1984 was employed by ALUMINASA (the National Aluminum Company of Costa Rica) as the Head Metallurgical Engineer in Esparza, Puntarenas, Costa Rica.
From 1984 through 1985 was employed by INA (National Learning Institute of Costa Rica) as the Head of the team to develop their Metallurgical Laboratory in La Uruca, San José, Costa Rica.
From 1985 through 2000 was employed by TEC (Technological Institute of Costa Rica) as Professor in the area of Metallurgy in Centro, Cartago, Costa Rica.
From 2000 until the present he has been involved in the invention, research, development, patenting and manufacture of a series of metallurgical products, under his brand Perbols38. Providing important Public and Private Companies.
Involved in the evaluation, design, and operation of mineral processing facilities and recovery systems similar to that utilized by Newlox Gold Ventures Corp. at Las Juntas, Costa Rica during his career.
His products have received awards and special recognitions.
Member of the Association of Engineers (C.I.Q.P.A.), Costa Rica,
Member Number 2529, with the designation of Metallurgical Engineer.
Member of the National Teaches Association of Costa Rica.
Consulting Metallurgist since June 1989. As a result of his experience and qualifications.
Registered member of the Society of Mining, Metallurgy, & Exploration (SME), (Registration # 04206042)