Toro Energy’s Vanessa Guthrie has left the company after five years, including nearly four as managing director and chief executive officer.
According to an ASX announcement, Toro has become a uranium company with additional strategic investors and a significantly enhanced asset base under Guthrie’s leadership.
“Under her guidance the company has advanced its flagship Wiluna uranium project,” Toro stated.
“The Centipede and Lake Way deposits were the first Western Australian uranium deposits to secure state and federal government environmental approvals and agreement with traditional owners, the Wiluna people.
“The environmental assessment process for two further deposits, Millipede and Lake Maitland, is well advanced.”
Toro added that it had also completed technical improvements to the Wiluna project, including an increase in resources and an efficiency breakthrough in the processing flow sheet, during Guthrie’s tenure.