VANCOUVER BC—(Marketwired – September 29, 2017) – Aida Minerals Corp. (“Aida”) (CSE: AMC)(CSE: AMC.CN)(CNSX: AMC) is pleased to announce effective October 2, 2017 the appointment of David Alexander CPA CA and the restructuring of its debt obligations.
Mr. Alexander's past achievements include his role as the CFO of Arakis Energy Corporation, an international oil and gas development company, where he managed the company's growth from start–up to over a billion dollars in assets, leading to a listing on the NASDAQ market. Arakis was subsequently sold to Talisman Energy. David was also CFO of Laminco Resources Ltd. (name changed to Zaruma Resources Ltd.)., a Vancouver based copper/gold exploration company with properties located near Hermosillo, Mexico. While CFO of Laminco, Mr. Alexander assisted in the raising of over $20 million.
The Company has agreed with GCORP Capital Inc. (“GCORP”) a company with common principals and shareholders, to assign its option agreements to earn an interest in the Carbon Neutral Power Partners waste to energy technologies and the Shandong province Power Plant and Fulcrum TiPsâ¢ Technology to a subsidiary of GCORP in consideration for assigning the Company's debts along with the option agreements and issuance of 10,000,000 shares of the subsidiary. Aida will distribute the shares of the subsidiary pro rata to its shareholders of record as of September 22, 2017.
The status of the Company's option to acquire the Tay LP Property in the Yukon is unchanged.
The restructure will enable the Company to proceed unencumbered by debt and to focus on current and future opportunities.
ON BEHALF OF THE BOARD
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