Advancing African Projects. September 11, 2008. Disclaimer.
September 11, 2008
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Forest Products (Eucalyptus)
Kouilou Potash Project
(ROC)MagIndustries – AGM 2007
Potash forthe world
Total years of production
Planned production (tpy) Phase I (2011)
Planned production (tpy) Phase II (2013)
Willy Verbrugghe appointed as MagMinerals CEO
Capital raised in MagMinerals (pvt.pl.) April 2008
Final SNC Lavalin feasibility reportMagMineralsSignificant Progress in Advancing Project
1 Billion tons
Key characteristics of planned mine
Best deepwater port in west-central AfricaKouilou Potash ProjectCompetitive Advantages
ExecutionMagForestry Proven Business Model in Africa
Power for theCopperbelt
1,100 MW DC line
Automotive Engineers’“Light Metal of Choice”
TheFutureMagIndustries – Looking Forward
Potash project financedand construction started
Chip Mill at full efficiency
Update business plan and project timingKey Milestones Next 3-12 Months
Will drive shareholder value
William B. Burton, Founder, President &CEO, Director MagIndustries. BSc Honours Economic Geology, 30 years global experience in identifying and developing mineral properties. 12 years with RTZ.
Stéphane A. Rigny, Exec. VP & Director MagIndustries, MBA Finance, family history with ROC, 11 years of project and finance experience in francophone Africa, with Rand Merchant Bank (e.g.; $400M project finance in the ROC and the DRC).
Bryan Benitz, Chairman and Director since 1999, England. Private investment advisor specializing in financing junior resource companies. Independent Director.
Richard Linnell, Director, Johannesburg. Geologist, 35 years African resource industry. Previously Regional Director, African Exploration and Development for Billiton; Director of BHP Billiton (SA) Ltd. Independent Director.
Gerard Munera, Director since 2003, United States. Long history in the mining and metals industry as Senior Executive Officer, notably with Union Miniere, Pechiney, RTZ, and Minorco. Independent Director.
Mustapha Niasse, Director, Former PM of Senegal, Key negotiator in Sun City Peace Accord which resulted in the power sharing Government for the DRC. Close friend of President Kabila. Independent Director.
Gary E German, Director since 2003, Canada. Engineer, extensive experience with Noranda and others developing mining assets globally. Independent Director.
Victor Wells, Director, Chairman of the Audit Committee. 30 years financial management with resource companies. Independent Director.
Willy Verbrugghe, CEO MagMinerals.35 years experience with major project development and management.
Mike Edwards, VP Projects. 35 years experience planning and building major resource projects in Africa.
Achim Strauss, VP Engineering & Development. Mechanical engineer, 6 years with Salzgitter Anlagenbau GmbH principally evaluating magnesium projects. Over 11 years of experience in business and project development.
Georges Kyriakos, VP Development MagEnergy Inc., Johannesburg, SA. Engineer, Extensive business operating experience in Africa especially in the DRC. Widespread network of political contacts in Central Africa.
Dan Orlando, VP MagForestry. Pointe Noire. 25 years experience in management and operations in the Canadian Forestry Industry.