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Danny Sims, Ph.D., P.G., ...
Danny Sims, Ph.D., P.G., Esq.,Geology Manager
Dr. Danny Sims has served as the geology manager for EnergySource since 2009 and oversees all
geologic activities, which are critical to the success of well field drilling activities and ultimate plant
Before EnergySource, Sims worked primarily as a consultant in the minerals industry for 24 years.
expertise concentrated on modeling structural geology for the design of mines.
Prior to consulting, he
Sims is a licensed professional geologist in California, Arizona, Oregon and Idaho and is also a member of
the Arizona and American Bar Associations
He is a fellow in the Society of Economic Geologists and a
member of the Society for Mining, Metallurgy & Exploration
He holds a bachelor's degree in geology
from the University of Cincinnati
, and master's degree and doctorate in economic geology, as well as a
juris doctorate, from the University of Arizona
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News – Gold & Silver found in San Miguel, Mexico, Temoris Mining District
Chihuahua, Mexico - (MarketWire) - April 11, 2008 - Paramount Gold and Silver Corp (AMEX: PZG) (TSX: PZG.TO) (Frankfurt: P6G, WKN: A0HGKQ) is pleased to announce the addition of Danny Sims as Senior Technical Advisor.
Dr. Sims has a bachelor's degree from the University of Cincinnati, M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in economic geology from the University of Arizona, and a J.D. degree from the University of Arizona.
Dr. Sims is a fellow member of the Society of Economic Geologists, a California licensed Professional Geologist, and a member of the Arizona Bar.
He has over 20 years of experience in the industry with a wide array of skills.
first task and priority as part of the Paramount team is to lead the upcoming National Instrument 43-101 compliant resource estimate at their San Miguel Project in Mexico.
Dr. Sims started his career as an exploration geologist, working first for Newmont Exploration, and later for Cominco Alaska Exploration.
began working in active mines while conducting his
Ph.D. research at Cominco's Red Dog Mine, where his
study of the relationship of ore and structural geology predicted the location of the yet undiscovered Aqquluk deposit (published inferred reserve of 76 Mt grading 13.7% zinc, 3.6% lead, and 66 g/t silver).
After graduate school, Dr. Sims became Senior Geologist and Partner with Call & Nicholas, Incorporated.
While at Call & Nicholas
supported engineers in the design of open pit and underground mines throughout North America, South America, and Asia by developing detailed structural geology maps, databases, and interpretations.
Some of the mines that Dr. Sims
conducted significant work at as a consultant include Freeport McMoRan's Grasberg, IOZ, DOZ, and Kucing Liar mines (copper-gold) Cuajone, Tyrone, Chino, and Sierrita (porphyry copper); Thompson Creek (molybdenum); Refugio, Lone Tree and Twin Creeks (gold); Diavik (diamonds); Calaveras (limestone); Rasmussen Ridge (phosphate), and Boron (borax).
coauthored an invited paper that describes the methodology that Call & Nicholas
developed for structural geology analysis of ore deposits in a publication titled Collecting and Using Geologic Structure Data for Slope Design, in, Slope Stability in Surface Mining, SME (2000).
Dr. Sims also practiced mining law and commercial litigation with Ryley Carlock & Applewhite.
At RCA he
conducted legal due diligence for the purchase of mining properties, worked with federal regulators, and did extensive work to successfully secure legal title of disputed mining claims.
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Further Geo Minerals is expanding its geological team to advance this corporate opportunity, by welcoming Denis L. Norton and Danny B. Sims to the advisory board.
Dr. Sims is a Fellow of the Society of Economic Geologists, a California licensed Professional Geologist, and a member of the Arizona Bar.
He has over 20 years of experience in the mining industry with emphasis in structural geology.
Much of his
career has been devoted to mapping and interpreting structural data for cost-effective mine design at properties including Grasberg
, Kucing Liar
, Thompson Creek
, and numerous others.
Drs. Norton and Sims will be working closely with Dr. Tom McCandless, a fellow member of the Geo advisory with over 30 years experience in geochemistry applied to resource discovery himself.
Ryley Carlock and Applewhite
Danny B. Sims
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...Nicholas, D.E. and Sims, D.B., 2001, Collecting and using structure data for slope design.
In Hustrulid, W.A., McCarter, M.H. and Van Zyl, D.J.A. eds.Slope Stability in Surface Mining, SME, Littleton, CO. pp.11-26.Sims, D.B., 1996, The relationship of ore and structural geology at the Red Dog Zn-Pb-Ag deposit, western Brooks Range, Alaska.
Unpublished Ph.D. thesis, University of Arizona, Tucson.Sims, D.B., 1993, Geology of the Ash Peak Mine, Greenlee County, Arizona.
Unpublished MS thesis, University of Arizona, Tucson.As Senior Geologist with Call & Nicholas, Inc., Danny authored or coauthored 29 proprietary geological and geotechnical reports concerning ground stability in open pit and underground mines throughout North America, South America, and Southeast Asia (1994-2001)
...Danny B. SimsAssociateDanny joined Ryley Carlock & Applewhite in 2005.His
practice areas are transportation and mining and natural resources.While attending law school at the University of Arizona, Danny interned for The Honorable Judge Richard Fields, Pima County Superior Court, Civil Division and clerked for The Honorable Judge Howard Fell, Pima County Superior Court, Criminal Division.Danny
also clerked for a private attorney on transportation law issues.In 2004, Danny
received the Waste Management Symposia/James Glasgow Fellowship in Environmental Law.
Before attending law school, Danny
had a very successful career in the mining industry.Danny went to work as an exploration geologist for Newmont Exploration, Ltd. in Elko, Nevada immediately after graduating from the University of Cincinnati.After approximately one and a half years with Newmont, Danny began graduate school studying economic geology at the University of Arizona.While completing his M.S. degree, Danny worked at the Ash Peak silver mine in Duncan, Arizona and for Cominco Alaska Exploration in Anchorage, Alaska.Danny
Ph.D. dissertation at Cominco's Red Dog mine in northwest Alaska.While working on his dissertation, Danny taught physical and structural geology laboratories and helped teach the geology field camp at the University of Arizona. In 1994, Danny began working as a Geologist with Call & Nicholas, Inc. in Tucson, Arizona.Danny
mapped and interpreted structural geology, lithology and alteration for engineered design of open pit and underground mines.This required Danny
to work with in-house staff at various mines to develop geological and geotechnical models for copper, gold, molybdenum, diamond, limestone, phosphate and borate deposits.Danny
also conducted numerous training courses for geotechnical mapping and worked with in-house staff to establish geotechnical mapping and interpretation protocols. Danny left Call & Nicholas in 2001 to attend law school.
The practice of law has provided him an avenue to apply his
previous experience in new and challenging ways.
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Danny Sims - Investment Executive.Danny is a California-registered Professional Geologist with a long and diverse history of natural resource experience.After receiving a B.S. in geology at the University of Cincinnati in 1987, he worked for Newmont Exploration, prospecting for gold in northeastern Nevada.Danny then attended the University of Arizona, where he received M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in economic geology.His master's thesis was a study of structural controls on the Ash Peak silver deposit in Arizona.While completing the coursework for this degree, Danny worked summers for Cominco Alaska Exploration, prospecting for base metals throughout Alaska.He then did his Ph.D., examining the genesis and structural controls on Cominco's Red Dog zinc-lead-silver deposit in northwestern Alaska.His detailed study identified the huge Aqualuk Zone at Red Dog. While finishing his Ph.D. degree, Danny began his long and successful career as a mining consultant.
As a consultant, he
clients develop geologic models of their ore deposits for mine design.Those clients included Phelps Dodge, Freeport, Kennecott, Cyprus, Southern Peru, Santa Fe, U.S. Borax, Thompson Creek, Heidelberg Cement, Agrium, and many others.The commodities Danny
worked on in North America, South America, and Asia included gold, copper, molybdenum, diamonds, limestone, phosphate, and borax. Danny
gave up his
consulting career because he
wanted to travel less and spend more time with his
family.Since then, Danny
started and managed a small organic fertilizer company, and attended law school, where he
studies on water and natural resources.He then worked briefly as an attorney for a large Arizona law firm.
Most of his
work at the law firm involved mining claim disputes and regulatory law controlling exploration and mining activities on public and private lands.Danny
came to Global Resources in 2007 because he
saw it as the best place to combine his
extensive knowledge in natural resources with his
Backed by Global's expertise, and the investing acumen of Rick Rule, Danny
can help you to make informed investment decisions in the often-times complicated natural resources securities markets.