Corporate
Overview
TSX Venture: EBY
May 8, 2014
This disclosure contains forward-looking statements including
opinions, assumptions, estimates and expectations of future
...
 Issued and Outstanding 140.7 MM shares
 Insider Ownership: 35%
 52 week high: $0.06 - low: $0.01
 52 week trading vol...
 Shelby Beattie , President and CEO
 Over 34 Years industry experience specializing in exploration, production, and proj...
 Emerald Bay Energy Inc. (EBY-V), a Canadian oil & gas producer publicly
traded on the TSX Venture Exchange, was founded ...
 Current state of Alberta gas wells drilled prior to
2009
◦ 13 producing wells
◦ 10 shut-in wells
◦ 15-20 drilling locati...
 Pilot project to jointly develop, own and operate a
natural gas fired electrical power generation plant
in the Nevis are...
 With over 2 ½ years of planning and development, EBY is
now positioned for growth with plans to exploit numerous
oil opp...
 Management has drilled over 200 wells within the focus
area since 1981
 Access to quality services at competitive costs...
San Antonio
Houston
Texas
Austin
EBY/PRI Wooden Horse
Cottonwood Creek
Nash Creek
Holmes Lake
EBY Confidential
 Provides the Company with low-risk “oil” targets for
diversification with Central Alberta Gas
 100+ “in-fill” drilling ...
Oil produced from traps generated by faults
Shale barrier provides the trap on the down thrown side
Fault throws can tr...
 Guadalupe County
 Zones of Interest
◦ Austin Chalk
◦ Buda Limestone
◦ Georgetown
◦ Edwards Limestone
◦ Pearsall Shale
...
 Guadalupe County
 Zones of Interest
◦ Navarro
◦ Austin Chalk
◦ Buda
◦ Edwards Limestone
◦ Pearsall Shale
 Activity to ...
 Guadalupe County
 Zones of Interest
◦ Pecan Gap
◦ Austin Chalk
◦ Buda
◦ Edwards Limestone
◦ Pearsall Shale
 1200+ acre...
 Optimum production configuration is 4 producing
horizontal wells and one disposal well.
 Low cost of entry provides a p...
Expenditure 100% Date
Potential
BBLS
Perforation/Stimulation of Kuhn 1H in Edwards “A” $85,000 May 14 75
Mill window and d...
 Unit Offering subject to TSX approval
 $1.2 -$1.5 million
 $0.05 minimum unit price
◦ 1 common share
◦ 1 common share ...
 Guadalupe County provides for potential
“company-maker” projects with multiple
exploration and development opportunities...
Emerald Bay Energy Mike Rice, CFO
E: mrice@ebyinc.com
CHF Investor Relations Robin Cook
T: +1-416-868-1079
E: robin@chfir....
Emerald Bay Corporate Overview
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Emerald Bay Energy Inc. (TSXV: EBY) is an emerging micro-cap oil and gas producer, based in Calgary, with production properties in South Texas and Central Alberta.Led by a very capable and experienced management team, the Company is redirecting its focus on Texas, as it divests Canadian gas assets. Emerald Bay is assembling a solid land position across multiple prospects in SW Texas, about an hour drive from San Antonio.

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  1. 1. Corporate Overview TSX Venture: EBY May 8, 2014
  2. 2. This disclosure contains forward-looking statements including opinions, assumptions, estimates and expectations of future production, cash flow and earnings. Forward-looking statements are subject to a wide range of risks and uncertainties, and although the Company believes that the expectations represented by such forward-looking statements are reasonable, there can be no assurance that such expectations will be realized. Any number of important factors could cause actual results to differ materially from those in the forward-looking statements including, but not limited to, the volatility of oil and gas prices, the ability to implement corporate strategies, the state of domestic capital markets, the ability to obtain financing, changes in oil and gas acquisition and drilling programs, operating risks, production rates, reserve estimates, changes in general economic conditions and other factors more fully described from time to time in the reports and filings made by the Company with securities regulatory authorities.
  3. 3.  Issued and Outstanding 140.7 MM shares  Insider Ownership: 35%  52 week high: $0.06 - low: $0.01  52 week trading volume: 70.1 MM  2014 YTD trading volume: 46.7 MM shares
  4. 4.  Shelby Beattie , President and CEO  Over 34 Years industry experience specializing in exploration, production, and project management.  Mike Rice, CFO  Over 15 years of industry experience specializing in energy financing and production operations.  Gibson C. Scott , COO  Over 36 years of global industry experience. Formerly the Canadian Manager of Sperry-Sun Drilling Services, a directional drilling services company owned by Halliburton.  Andrew Alff, Geologist  Over 36 years of experience in geology with specific domain experience in fault and fracture detection in Texas.  Bill Locklear, Petroleum Engineer  Over 46 years of specific industry experience related to drilling and completion operations.  Hugh Scott, Landman  Over 30 Years industry experience specializing in mineral rights acquisition and management.
  5. 5.  Emerald Bay Energy Inc. (EBY-V), a Canadian oil & gas producer publicly traded on the TSX Venture Exchange, was founded in 1998 as a Research and Development entity to develop the patented Lateral Drainhole Drilling Technology.  In 2005 the Company wound down it’s R&D efforts and transitioned to an E&P focus for exploration and development of Central Alberta natural gas. By the time natural gas prices collapsed in 2009 the Company had established a significant land position in Alberta with over 50 drilling locations and had grown production to over 200 boe/day.  With Alberta production shut-in due to instability in natural gas prices, Emerald Bay began the transition to pursue South Texas oil opportunities in 2010.
  6. 6.  Current state of Alberta gas wells drilled prior to 2009 ◦ 13 producing wells ◦ 10 shut-in wells ◦ 15-20 drilling locations for future development  Minimal production to keep leases active.  4 well pilot project in-progress  12 wells in 3 areas have been identified if pilot is successful.
  7. 7.  Pilot project to jointly develop, own and operate a natural gas fired electrical power generation plant in the Nevis area.  Rated at approximately 980 kW.  4 coal bed methane wells will be used as the fuel for the power plant.  It is expected to be completed by mid-year 2014.
  8. 8.  With over 2 ½ years of planning and development, EBY is now positioned for growth with plans to exploit numerous oil opportunities in South Texas.  EBY put in place strategic partnerships with key private investors and industry partners for Texas acquisitions and development.  Business model created to acquire a mix of low-risk solid return with medium-to-high risk exploration.
  9. 9.  Management has drilled over 200 wells within the focus area since 1981  Access to quality services at competitive costs  Finding, development, and operating costs competitive or better than Canada  Large percentage of land/minerals held privately  Small companies with regional expertise and knowledge base can assemble a significant land position quickly.
  10. 10. San Antonio Houston Texas Austin
  11. 11. EBY/PRI Wooden Horse Cottonwood Creek Nash Creek Holmes Lake EBY Confidential
  12. 12.  Provides the Company with low-risk “oil” targets for diversification with Central Alberta Gas  100+ “in-fill” drilling targets in Medina County.  “Stacked” zones of interest are:  Escondido  Olmos  Anacacho  Management has extensive experience in the area.  Excellent geologic control with year-around access to drilling locations  Long life reserves
  13. 13. Oil produced from traps generated by faults Shale barrier provides the trap on the down thrown side Fault throws can trap the intervals and provide commercial opportunities with the use of horizontal drilling practices and properly designed facilities to handle fluid quantities Caldwell, Bastrop, and Guadalupe Counties have been the source of multiple Limestone developments EBY geologist (Andy Alff) has spent the last 30+ years mapping the fault structures in the region. His discovery of the Edwards “C” zone as a horizontal target fueled the growth of numerous operators such as TPIC, Eagle Energy Trust and North-South Oil.
  14. 14.  Guadalupe County  Zones of Interest ◦ Austin Chalk ◦ Buda Limestone ◦ Georgetown ◦ Edwards Limestone ◦ Pearsall Shale  Field size is estimated to be 3000+ acres  1400+ acres currently secured  Average price per acre will be $150 to $350  Activity to date ◦ 3 exploratory wells (1 horizontal and 2 vertical) ◦ 1 disposal well ◦ 5 pay zones tested during the past 8 months
  15. 15.  Guadalupe County  Zones of Interest ◦ Navarro ◦ Austin Chalk ◦ Buda ◦ Edwards Limestone ◦ Pearsall Shale  Activity to date ◦ 2 exploratory wells ◦ Testing second interval in Poenitz 1 ◦ Testing 1st interval in Poenitz 2
  16. 16.  Guadalupe County  Zones of Interest ◦ Pecan Gap ◦ Austin Chalk ◦ Buda ◦ Edwards Limestone ◦ Pearsall Shale  1200+ acres currently secured  Activity to date: ◦ Purchased existing Pecan Gap well on the land. It flows with no electricity. ◦ Secured a salt water disposal well permit ◦ 3D seismic program in-progress.
  17. 17.  Optimum production configuration is 4 producing horizontal wells and one disposal well.  Low cost of entry provides a possible “company- maker” scenario if successful.  $3.5 to $4 million total investment in “optimum” configuration  LOE projected $12+- per barrel (including transportation)
  18. 18. Expenditure 100% Date Potential BBLS Perforation/Stimulation of Kuhn 1H in Edwards “A” $85,000 May 14 75 Mill window and drill HZ well at Imhoff 1 $325,000 June 14 50 3D seismic at Nash Creek & Wooden Horse $194,000 June 14 0 Drill SWD well & Facility at Nash Creek $980,000 July 14 0 Nash Creek 1H $820,000 Jul/Aug 14 125 Kuhn Unit 2H in the Edwards “A” $800,000 Jul/Aug 14 125 2 Navarro/Chalk Wells at Cottonwood Creek $475,000 Q3 14 25 3D Seismic program at Holmes Lake $115,000 Q3 14 0 Total $3,794,000 400
  19. 19.  Unit Offering subject to TSX approval  $1.2 -$1.5 million  $0.05 minimum unit price ◦ 1 common share ◦ 1 common share warrant at $0.05 (12 months)  10% broker commission  10% broker warrants (unit for 12 mo @ $0.05)  Anticipated closing: June 6, 2014
  20. 20.  Guadalupe County provides for potential “company-maker” projects with multiple exploration and development opportunities.  Multiple pay zones tested – ready for development  PRI project provides a low-risk growth play funded through cash flow.
  21. 21. Emerald Bay Energy Mike Rice, CFO E: mrice@ebyinc.com CHF Investor Relations Robin Cook T: +1-416-868-1079 E: robin@chfir.com
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