Jason is a processing engineer based in Tucson, with over 32 years of experience in mining and engineering. As a Process Manager, Jason is involved in project definition, flowsheet development, mass balance development, equipment sizing, plant layout, operating cost, and economic analysis for concentrators and metallurgical plant designs.
Jason has developed various MetSim models including, but not limited to, beneficiation plants and hydrometallurgical plants.
Client satisfaction and producing high-quality work go hand in hand to create successful outcomes for Jason and his team.
Key projects include a prefeasibility study for Hycroft Mine in the USA, a preliminary economic assessment (PEA) study for Antler Copper in the USA, a PEA for the Magistral plant in Mexico, a scoping study for Arizona Lithium in the USA, and a prefeasibility study for Copper World in the USA.
Jason is a Qualified Person as defined by NI 43-101 and has completed fifteen NI 43-101 technical reports. He is a registered member of the Society for Mining, Metallurgy & Exploration (SME) and a Registered Professional Engineer with the State Board of Technical Registration in Arizona since 2012.
Jason is a Ph.D. candidate in Mineral Processing Engineering at the West Virginia University. He has a Master of Statistics and a Master of Mining Engineering from the West Virginia University, and a Bachelors degree in Mineral Processing Engineering from the Northeastern University in China.
- United States