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  • 1. Corporate Presentation October 2014 TSX.V BKR www.berkwoodresources.com
  • 2. Forward Looking Statements In this presentation the Prospect Valley mineral resource estimates were taken from a technical report (posted on www.sedar.com) by Henry J. Awmack, P.Eng. of Equity Exploration Consultants Ltd. and Gary H. Giroux, P.Eng. of Giroux Consultants Limited, both Qualified Persons under the definition of Canadian National Instrument 43-101. George Gorzynski, P.Eng., a Director of Berkwood and a Qualified Person under the definition of Canadian National Instrument 43-101, is responsible for the Prospect Valley Property technical information other than information directly related to the mineral resource estimates, and for the Lac Guéret East Graphite Property and Lac Guéret South Graphite Property. Except for historical information, this presentation may contain certain “forward-looking” statements and information relating to Berkwood that are based on the beliefs of Berkwood management, as well as assumptions made by and information currently available to Berkwood management. Such statements reflect the current risks, uncertainties and assumptions related to certain factors including but not limited to, without limitations, exploration and development risks, expenditure and financing requirements, title matters, operating hazards, metal prices, political and economic factors, competitive factors, general economic conditions, relationships with vendors and strategic partners, governmental regulation and supervision, seasonality, technological change, industry practices, and one-time events. Should any one or more risks or uncertainties materialize or change, or should any underlying assumptions prove incorrect, actual results and forward-looking statements may vary materially from those described herein. Berkwood does not assume the obligation to update any forward-looking statement. The factors that could cause actual results to differ materially include, but are not limited to, the following: general economic conditions; changes in financial markets; the impact of exchange rates; political conditions and developments in countries in which the Company operates; changes in the supply, demand and pricing of the metal commodities which the Company mines or hopes to find and successfully mine; changes in regulatory requirements impacting the Company’s operations; the ability to properly and efficiently staff the Company’s operations; the sufficiency of current working capital and the estimated cost and availability of funding for the continued exploration and development of the Company’s exploration properties. This list is not exhaustive and these and other factors should be considered carefully, and readers should not place undue reliance on the Company’s forward-looking statements. As a result of the foregoing and other factors, no assurance can be given as to any such future results, levels of activity or achievements and neither the Company nor any other person assumes responsibility for the accuracy and completeness of these forward-looking statements. The Mason Graphite NI 43-101 mineral resource estimate was sourced from the Mason Graphite news release dated July 29, 2014. The Qualified Person has been unable to verify the information contained within the Mason Graphite news release and the mineralization on the Mason Graphite property is not necessarily indicative of the mineralization on the Company’s property. NI 43-101 Statement
  • 3. Corporate Overview Berkwood Resources Ltd. is a Canadian junior exploration company based in Vancouver, BC and trades on the Toronto Venture Exchange under the symbol BKR. Berkwood is dedicated to the acquisition, exploration and development of Precious Metal and Graphite projects. The Company is currently advancing three properties in Canada, the Prospect Valley Gold Property in British Columbia, the Lac Guéret East Graphite Property and Lac Guéret South Graphite Property in Quebec. MARKET DATA (as of October 7, 2014) TSX.V: BKR 52-WEEK LOW/HI: $0.03-$0.195 SHARES OUTSTANDING: 26.4 mil FULLY DILUTED: 33.3 mil MARKET CAP: C$1.4 mil
  • 4. British Columbia - Gold Property Prospect Valley www.berkwoodresources.com TSX.V BKR
  • 5. Prospect Valley Gold Property Located near Merritt, BC Canada in the Spences Bridge Gold Belt. Three hours drive from Vancouver, close to good infrastructure and logistics. Prospect Valley Gold Property, BC
  • 6. 10,871 hectare property, in advanced stages of exploration. 100% owned by Berkwood. Bulk tonnage epithermal gold prospect. Prospect Valley Gold Property Prospect Valley Gold Property, BC Prospect Valley Gold Property
  • 7. North Discovery and South Discovery Zones Drilling to date has outlined an inferred NI 43-101 compliant Mineral Resource totaling 166,000 ounces grading 0.511 g/t gold in 10,077,000 metric tonnes above a cut-off of 0.30g/t gold at the combined Discovery South and Discovery North Zones. Zones remain open for expansion. Alteration studies indicate potential for high grade mineral system at depth. Prospect Valley Gold Property, BC
  • 8. Geological Map and Cross Sections North Discovery & South Discovery Zones Prospect Valley Gold Property, BC
  • 9. Grid Soil Geochemistry Prospect Valley Gold Property, BC
  • 10. Chargeability Map Prospect Valley Gold Property, BC
  • 11. Magnetic and Vertical Magnetic Gradient Prospect Valley Gold Property, BC
  • 12. Resistivity Map Prospect Valley Gold Property, BC
  • 13. Geochemical 3D Anomaly Map Prospect Valley Gold Property, BC
  • 14. Mineralization 3D Model NORTH DISCOVERY ZONE SOUTH DISCOVERY ZONE Prospect Valley Gold Property, BC
  • 15. NORTH DISCOVERY ZONE NORTH DISCOVERY ZONE SOUTH DISCOVERY ZONE SOUTH DISCOVERY ZONE Mineralization 3D Model Prospect Valley Gold Property, BC
  • 16. 2012-2013 Field Work Programs The 2012 Field Work Program extended the gold-in-soil anomalous zone, 1 km to the northeast, along the projected Discovery Zone Trend. Results were very encouraging with individual gold values ranging from below detection limit to 953 ppb. In 2013 geochemical sampling work on the property confirmed the continuity of the main soil anomaly and extended its length to 5000 metres indicating the large extent of the mineralizing system. Prospect Valley Gold Property, BC
  • 17. 2014 Field Work Program In September 2014 Berkwood announced the completion of a ground magnetics program at Prospect Valley, during which field crews outlined a new anomalous geophysical zone and found indications of new epithermal mineralization. Results of the ground magnetics geophysical survey suggest that the Discovery Trend continues a further 1200m to the south of the previous work into an area that is largely hidden by overburden cover. The geophysical program consisted of 21 lines varying in lengths of 700 meters to 900 meters and was surveyed with readings taken along the lines at 12.5 meter stations. Prospecting was carried out concurrently with the geophysical survey and despite the extensive overburden cover, an area of scattered epithermal-textured quartz-chalcedony veins was discovered in bedrock and overburden boulders along this new geophysical trend. This new area has been named the QCA Zone. Assays from initial samples collected are pending. Berkwood has planned a program of geological mapping, hand trenching and sampling in the new QCA Zone to delineate the zone on surface, as well as additional ground magnetics surveying to infill and extend the current geophysical grid. View News Release: Berkwood Extends Discovery Trend and Finds New Zone at Prospect Valley Gold Property Prospect Valley Gold Property, BC
  • 18. 2014 Ground Geophysics Discovery Trend and QCA Zone Prospect Valley Gold Property, BC
  • 19. Quebec - Graphite Properties Lac Guéret East and Lac Guéret South www.berkwoodresources.com TSX.V BKR
  • 20. Graphite Properties Lac Guéret East Graphite Property 2,269 Ha - 41 contiguous claim blocks. Lac Guéret South Graphite Property 5788 Ha - 107 contiguous claim blocks. Located in Côte Nord, Quebec, Canada. Part of Plan Nord region, Quebec’s highly regarded sustainable development initiative Three hours driving time from the city of Baie-Comeau (290km). Easy access via a major secondary road and numerous tertiary and forest roads that traverse the property. Situated in the geological Grenville Province. Lac Guéret East and South Graphite Properties, QC
  • 21. Property Locations Berkwood’s two Graphite properties both directly border Mason Graphite’s advanced Lac Guéret property. The Lac Guéret East Graphite Property borders Mason Graphite’s Lac Guéret property over 7 km on its eastern side. The Lac Guéret South Graphite Property borders the southern boundary of Mason Graphite’s Lac Guéret Project and is adjacent to, on all sides, a separate Mason Graphite property in the Lac Guéret region, which lies 12 km to the southwest of Mason Graphite’s Lac Guéret Project. Lac Guéret East and South Graphite Properties, QC
  • 22. Regional Projects Mason Graphite’s advanced Lac Guéret project has an NI 43-101 compliant mineral resource estimate with Measured & Indicated mineral resources of 50 million tonnes grading 15.6% Cgr, including 6.7 million tonnes grading 32.4% Cgr (Carbon as Graphite). Lac Guéret East and South Graphite Properties, QC
  • 23. Geological Environment Lac Guéret East and South Graphite Properties share a similar prospective geological environment as Mason Graphite’s Lac Guéret Property, including along strike stratigraphic units and structures. Lac Guéret East Graphite Property lies within the Parautochtonous Gagnon Terrane (Paleoproterozoic), characterized by minor and old granitic gneiss as well as dominant and younger metasediments of the Gagnon Group, a unit fertile for graphite imbedded in biotite / garnet / sillimanite / graphite paragneisses, dolomitic marbles. Graphite in the vicinity ranges from 3% to 40% Cg (averaging 15.6% at Mason Graphite’s Lac Guéret Deposit). Exhibits flakes of up to 5 mm in diameter. Large flake graphite is 0.2 mm and above. Graphite mineralization found at Berkwood’s Lac Guéret East and South Properties could be of interest to Mason Graphite. Lac Guéret East and South Graphite Properties, QC
  • 24. 2014 Field Work The company expects to announce exploration plans and details of a 2014 field work program in Q3 2014. The objective of which will be to delineate prospective Graphite zones. Lac Guéret East and South Graphite Properties, QC
  • 25. Planned Field Work on the Property: Electromagnetic Survey and Field Prospecting of anomalies. Stripping, Trenching, Sampling and Assaying. Generate targets for drill testing. Operating in Quebec with up to 40% reimbursement of exploration costs. Exploration Lac Guéret East and South Graphite Properties, QC
  • 26. The Graphite Story Graphite's current uses, future applications and supply & demand dynamics www.berkwoodresources.com TSX.V BKR
  • 27. •One of 3 types of carbon: Graphite, Diamonds and Coal all share chemical formula C. •Mineral Forms: Natural (Flake, Amorphous) and Synthetic (Powders). •Natural Large Flake Graphite demand is increasing. The Graphite Story •Flake size and purity dictates price (Large Flake +80 mesh). •Growing demand from traditional industries, new industrial applications and green energy technologies. Graphite Overview
  • 28. •Application for graphitic material is constantly evolving due to it’s unique chemical and thermal properties. •Maintains its stability and strength under temperatures in excess of 3,600ºC. •High natural lubricating abilities. •High conductor of heat and electricity. •One of the lightest of all reinforcing elements. •Very resistant to chemical corrosion, heat and oxidization. •These key physical and chemical properties make it critical to modern industry. •Considered a strategic element by many leading industrial nations. U.S.A., Europe and China have included graphite among a short list of critical materials. Why Graphite? Graphite Overview
  • 29. Traditional uses in Modern Industry •Steel Making - added to raise carbon content. •Electrodes in electric arc furnaces •Brake pad linings •Dry lubricants New Technologies and Clean Energy •Fuel cells, which power hybrid and electric vehicles. •Lithium Ion Batteries in portable consumer devices, laptops, smartphones etc. •Heat spreaders in tablet computers, flat panel displays etc. •Lining for modern Pebble Bed Nuclear Reactors. •Development of Graphene - known as the miracle material of the 21st century. End users of Graphite Graphite Overview
  • 30. •Industrial demand growing 5% per annum over the last 10 years due to industrialization of emerging economies such as China and India. •European Union and USA named graphite a mineral in critical supply. •Lack of exploration and development over recent decades and China producing 70% of the world’s Graphite has raised concerns over securing long-term, stable sources of supply. •Chinese production and exports expected to decline due to consolidation of existing mines and focus on domestic supply chain for down stream manufacturing. •Approximately 30% of Chinese Graphite is Flake and the majority of this is small (+200/-80 mesh range). Production of Large Flake (+80 mesh) in China is declining. •Clean technology applications have the potential to consume more graphite than all current uses combined. Graphite – Supply and Demand Graphite Overview
  • 31. Management Team Robert Brian Buchanan, CEO, President & Director Mr. Buchanan has been a Director of the Company since October 16, 1995. He became the Chief Executive Officer and President on November 15, 1996. He has been an independent business / management-consultant for over 20 years to various companies in Canada and Southeast Asia. In the past fifteen years he has been involved in the structuring, capital raising and development of numerous private and public companies. Shiraz (Raz) Hussein, CFO, Secretary & Director Mr. Hussein has been the Company's Chief Financial Officer since September 13, 1996 and Director since October 3, 1997. Mr. Hussein, is the founder of Razzle & Company, Management Group Inc., a private company which provides accounting, administrative and financial services to public companies engaged in mineral exploration and development. Mr. Hussein has over 20 years experience in financial reporting and administrative of public companies, having held positions of officer and director and has been active in the venture capital markets. George Gorzynski, Director Mr. Gorzynski has been a Director of the Company since March 10, 1997. He has over 30 years experience in all aspects of mineral exploration, evaluation and management, ranging from grassroots generative programs to mine geology. He received a Bachelor of Applied Science (Mineral Exploration) from the University of Toronto in 1978 and a Master of Applied Science (Economic Geology) from the University of British Columbia in 1986. He is a Professional Engineer registered in the Province of British Columbia. Brian V. Hall, Director Mr. Hall has been a Director of the Company since May 6, 2005. He is a professional geologist registered in the province of British Columbia with degrees from the University of British Columbia (B.Sc. 1975), University of Waterloo (M.Sc. 1978), Fellow of the Society of Economic Geologists, and Fellow of the Geological Association of Canada. He has over 40 years experience in global mineral exploration (North America, Asia, Europe and Africa), with a background in gold and volcanogenic massive sulfide deposits.
  • 32. Future Plans Prospect Valley Gold Project (BC): Expand the initial mineral resource. Explore the Discovery Zones to depth in search of high grade bonanza gold horizon. Carry out work on under explored portions of the large property package. Lac Guéret East and South Graphite Projects (QC): Continue exploration campaign. Electromagnetic Survey and Field Prospecting of anomalies to define trenching and drilling targets. Corporate: Build a strong exploration team. Expand promotional efforts. New acquisitions
  • 33. R. Brian Buchanan, CEO & Director rbbuchanan@berkwoodresources.com Karim Sayani, Corporate Communications karim@berkwoodresources.com Tom Steer, Corporate Development tomsteer@berkwoodresources.com TSX.V BKR 6th Floor - 890 West Pender Street Vancouver, BC V6C 1J9 Tel: +1 (604) 662-7455 www.berkwoodresources.com Connect with us: BerkwoodBKR berkwood-resources-ltd BerkwoodResourcesBKR www.berkwoodresources.com TSX.V BKR