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As of May 23, 2006
WARRANTS / OPTIONS:
HELD IN ESCROW:
DIRECTORS & MANAGEMENT OWN:
CASH ON HAND:
CASH FULLY DILUTED:
William Kiff Chairman (Win Energy Corp)
Neil Bliss (formerly Alcan International Ltd)
Bernard Kelly (Businessman)
Charlie Berard (Macleod Dixon LLP)
John Pedersen (Scandinavian Gold Ltd)
Amongst the ten largest layered intrusions in the world
PGE deposits are found in well fractionated layered intrusions in association with chromite and sulphide bearing layers or “reefs”
Layered intrusions are known for the remarkable continuity of their individual horizons
Scale map comparing the City of Ottawa to the Highbank Lake property
Aeromagnetic and geochemical data indicate the presence of multiple prospective target horizons in positions consistent with those expected based on a Bushveld-type model
Pt, Pd, Cr, Ni, Cu, and Co geochemical anomalies at multiple horizons can be traced along strike for lengths of 20-40 km. These elements are common pathfinders in the Bushveld.
Mg enrichment at target horizons may indicate injection of “fresh” magma into the magma chamber. Magma mixing is believed to be key to the formation of PGE-rich ‘reefs’.
The recovery of PGE-anomalous (up to 1.7 g/t) boulders from the property further supports the potential for PGE-chromitite reefs in the intrusion
The thickness of the layered intrusion at Highbank is comparable, perhaps even greater than the Bushveld Complex
Comparable Chromitites (continued…)
Environmental regulations governing exhaust emissions are being phased in around the world by 2010
Industrial Uses 21%
Future use of platinum??
Source: BMO Nesbitt Burns Gold and Precious Minerals
Taiga West Target
Red Rover Property Targets
Project Summary - Highbank (continued…)