TSX: RSCU.S.: SRSIF  Frankfurt: RF9U.S.: SRSIF Frankfurt: RF9                      MATOUSH EXCEPTIONAL                    ...
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ORGANIZATIONAL CHART                                                                                                      ...
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UNDERGROUND DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS     (OUTSIDE  ATHABASCA BASIN)                                    TSX: RSC               ...
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PROJECT SCHEDULE                                                                                                          ...
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Strateco Corporate Presentation

  1. 1. TSX: RSCU.S.: SRSIF  Frankfurt: RF9U.S.: SRSIF Frankfurt: RF9 MATOUSH EXCEPTIONAL URANIUM PROJECT February 2011 1
  2. 2. TSX: RSC U.S.: SRSIF Frankfurt: RF9 FORWARD LOOKING STATEMENTSThis presentation contains certain "Forward Looking Statements", including but notlimited to statements regarding the Company’s overall objectives and strategic plans,work programs, exploration budgets and targets and mineral resources estimates.Forward Looking Statements express, at the date of this presentation, the Company’splans, expectations, estimates and beliefs as to future events or results. ForwardLooking Statements involve a number of risks, many of which are beyond theCompany sCompany’s control, and there can be no assurance that such statements will prove tobe accurate.Therefore, actual results and future events could differ materially from thosea t c patedanticipated in such statements. Risks and uncertainties that could cause results or suc state e ts s s a d u ce ta t es t at cou d esu ts ofuture events to differ materially from current expectations expressed or implied by theForward Looking Statements include, but are not limited to, factors associated withfluctuations in the market price of precious metals, mining industry risks and hazards,uncertainty as to estimation of mining resources and other risks related to the activities y gof the mining industry. The reader is cautioned not to place undue reliance on theseForward Looking Statements. 2
  3. 3. TSX: RSC U.S.: SRSIF Frankfurt: RF9 5 REASONS TO INVEST IN STRATECO1. QUALIFIED MANAGEMENT • One of the 4 companies in Canada which have been qualified by the CNSC2. MATOUSH HAS ONE OF THE HIGHEST URANIUM GRADES OUTSIDE ATHABASCA • Grade is King in mining3. EXPLORATION POTENTIAL – OBJECTIVE TO REACH + 60M POUNDS • Major drilling program – 120,000 meters4. BUY RECOMMENDATION BY 4 SENIOR ANALYSTS • Macquarie, Dundee, Haywood, Laurentian Bank5. AGGRESSIVE INVESTOR RELATION PROGRAM • Roadshows in 2011: Europe, Canada, USA p 3
  4. 4. TSX: RSC U.S.: SRSIF Frankfurt: RF9 CORPORATE OVERVIEWShare Capital StructureRecent Share Price $1.30Market Capitalization $182 million --------------------------------------Shares Outstanding 140 millionOptions 4.8 4 8 millionWarrants 14.8 million (price $1.00 - $1.05)Convertible notes: 15.7 millionUnsecured and b i no i tU d d bearing interest tManagement Ownership 5%52 Weeks High / Low $1.34 / 0.39Working Capital $21 million 4
  5. 5. TSX: RSC U.S.: SRSIF Frankfurt: RF9EFFECTS GLOBAL TEMPERATURE 5
  6. 6. TSX: RSC U.S.: SRSIF Frankfurt: RF9STOCK AND URANIUM PRICE CHARTS 6
  7. 7. ORGANIZATIONAL CHART TSX: RSC U.S.: SRSIF Frankfurt: RF9 Guy HÉBERT President    Pierre H. TERREAULT  Paul EINARSON Jean‐Pierre LACHANCE Vice President, Operations and Vice‐President, Operations and Vice President  Vice President ‐ Finance Executive & Exploration Vice President Engineering  Lisette LECOURTOIS BÉRUBÉ Jérôme VEILLEUX Nathalie JODOIN Caroline HARDY  Head of Accounting Services  Mining Technician  Receptionist ‐  Environmental Director  Administrative Assistant  Kathlen JEAN  Simon BERCIER   Administrative Assistant  Anne HÉBERT  Translator  Operations and Engineering  Legal Advisor Jonathan LAFONTAINE  Mona BAKER Patrick LACHANCE  Mélanie SWEENEY Maude HÉBERT Chief Geologist  Project Geologist  Senior Technical Buyer  Accountant Public Affairs Analyst  Maria ABARZUA Jean‐Michel BELLEY  Martin AUCOIN Mélanie GÉLINAS  Accounting Clerk Junior Geologist  Project Geologist Purchasing Clerk  Daniel BERGERON  Community Affairs  Crystal MAHER   Pascal SIMARD Manager  Junior Geologist  Junior Geologist  Donald JOANISSE  Logistic Coordinator  Francis GAUDREAU  Hugo LATULIPPE Patrick LANDRY Technician Mining Engineer ‐ Project  Senior Technician  Gabriel R. MAURICE  Luc LAPOINTE  Human Resources, Healt and  Éric GAGNON Marc TREMBLAY Health Coordonnator  Safety Director  Supervisor  Technician  Construction and infrastructure Patrick RIVARD  Julie BOLDUC Mining Technicien ‐ Drafter  Mining Technicien Drafter Health Coordonnator Health Coordonnator Bruno Junior TREMBLAY B J i TREMBLAY Supervisor  Paulin SAVARD   Construction and infrastructure Logistic Coordinator  Patrick SIMARD  Coordinator of Information  Technology  Sébastien D’AMBOISE  ComputerTechnician and   Electronical Material  7
  8. 8. PROJECT LOCATIONS TSX: RSC U.S.: SRSIF Frankfurt: RF9 8
  9. 9. TSX: RSC U.S.: SRSIF Frankfurt: RF9 MATOUSH PROJECT - OTISH MOUNTAINS• Property covers 312 km2, 25 km strike length. Matoush structure VLF and drilling defined over 10 km.• The new NI 43-101 resource estimate, completed in September 2009, shows a 100% increase in indicated mineral resources in 1 year and significant increase in grade at Matoush.• Indicated Resources are estimated to total 436,000 tonnes grading 0.78% U3O8 containing 7.46 million pounds U3O8. Inferred Resources are estimated to total 1.16 million tonnes grading 0.50% 0 50% U3O8 containing 12 78 million pounds t i i 12.78 illi d U3O8. The Mineral Resources are contained within three zones: AM-15, MT-22 and MT-34.• 120,000 meters of surface drilling to delineate a g potential 60 M pounds. 9
  10. 10. TSX: RSC U.S.: SRSIF Frankfurt: RF9MATOUSH MINERAL RESOURCESINDICATED Tonnes (x 1,000) Grade (% U3O8) Pounds U3O8 (x 1,000) AM‐15 262 0.70 4,039 MT‐34 174 0.89 3,420 ,TOTAL INDICATED 436 0.78 7,458INFERRED AM‐15 33 0.34 249 MT‐22 822 0.53 9,526 MT‐34 302 0.45 3,003TOTAL INFERRED 1,157 0.50 12,777Notes :                                                                                                                      N t September 2009. S t b 2009 Scott Wilson RPA1. CIM Definition Standards have been followed for classification of Mineral Resources.2. The cut-off grade of 0.1% U3O8 was estimated using a U3O8 price of US$75/lb and assumed operating costs.3. High U3O8 grades were cut to 9%.4. The Mineral Resource estimate uses drill hole data available as of September 1, 2009.5.5 Mineral Resources are not Mineral Reserves and do not have demonstrated economic viability viability.6. Totals may not sum correctly due to rounding. 10
  11. 11. TSX: RSC U.S.: SRSIF Frankfurt: RF9MATOUSH LONGITUDINAL SECTION 11
  12. 12. TSX: RSC U.S.: SRSIF Frankfurt: RF9MATOUSH LONGITUDINAL SECTION (schematic view) 12
  13. 13. UNDERGROUND DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS  (OUTSIDE  ATHABASCA BASIN) TSX: RSC U.S.: SRSIF Frankfurt: RF9 13
  14. 14. SCOPING STUDY TSX: RSC U.S.: SRSIF Frankfurt: RF9 1. ORE PRODUCTION AND RECOVERED METAL                         FEBRUARY 2010  4,00 x1,000 Pounds) U3O8 3,50 3,00 2,50 2,00 1,50 1,00 0,50 0,00 0 00 (x Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year 5 Year 6 Year 7 Mill Feed (x 1,000) Tonnes Grade % U3O8 Recovered Metal 97.6%  (x 1,000 pounds) U3O8 TOTAL 1,648.6 0.501 17,775 2. REVENUEThe price scenario was established by SD Energy with along term price from US $60.00 to US $90.00 per pound (X 1,000) CAN$U3O8 over the life of the project with an evaluation price Gross Revenue 1,568,363of US $75.00 per pound U3O8. Transport to smelter 1,777The exchange rate US$/CAN$ is 0.85. Royalty 31,332Transport to smelter in North America is $0.10 per pound. NSR Gross Revenue after the Royalty 1,535,253Royalty 2%. 14
  15. 15. SCOPING STUDY TSX: RSC U.S.: SRSIF Frankfurt: RF9 3. OPERATING COSTS Mining $91.64/T milled $91.64/T milled Maintenance $24.86/T milled $24.86/T milled Process $92.74/T milled Site services $32.68/T milled Power (generators) $35.77/T milled G&A $22.43/T milled Average Operating Cost: $300.12/T milled CAN$27.84/pound US$23.66/pound 4. OPERATING PROFIT 200,00 150,00 X1,000) CAN$ 100,00 50,00 (X 0,00 Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year 5 Year 6 Year 7 Total Operating Profit: CAN$ 1,040,484,000• Th scoping study i preliminary i nature, it i l d i f The i t d is li i in t includes inferred mineral resources th t are considered t d i l that id d too speculative geologically t h l ti l i ll to have th economic the i considerations applied to them that would enable them to be categorized as mineral reserves, and there is no certainty that the preliminary assessment will be realized.•*Mineral resources that are not mineral reserves do not have demonstrated economic viability. 15
  16. 16. SCOPING STUDY TSX: RSC U.S.: SRSIF Frankfurt: RF95. CAPITAL COSTS (x 1,000 CAN$) (x 1,000 CAN$) Direct  Capital Costs Direct Capital Costs 191,009 Mine 32,466 Process 143,146 Infrastructure 15,398 Indirect  Capital Costs 48,568 Contingency 52,273 Capital Spare 980 Before Start Up 292,830 Sustaining Capital (6 years) 19,126 Closure 30,000 Mine Life Capital Costs 341,9556. FINANCIAL NET PRESENT VALUE (NPV) Before Tax Internal Rate of Return  Discount Rate % (x 1,000 CAN$) Before Tax: 41.5% 5 475,550 8 377,640 10 323,530 15 218,070 16
  17. 17. TSX: RSC U.S.: SRSIF Frankfurt: RF9 SENSITIVITY 10% Discount Rate GradeG d % U % U3O8 NPV Grade G d % U % U3O8 NPV 0.501 % $       323,530 0.501 % $       323,5300.80 0.401% $       148,460 0.80 0.401% $       148,4600.900 90 0.451% $       235,990 0 451% $ 235 990 0.90 0 90 0.451% $       235,990 0 451% $ 235 9901.00 0.501% $       323,530 1.00 0.501% $       323,5301.10 0.551% $       411,060 1.10 0.551% $       411,0601.20 0.601% $       498,600 $ , 1.20 0.601% $       498,600 $ ,Price US$/lb NPV Capex Millions NPV 75.00 $    323,530 $            342,000 $       323,5300.67 50.00 $     31,700 0.80 $            273,600 $       376,950O.80 60.00 $    148,260 0.90 $            307,800 $       350,2401.00 75.00 $     323,530 1.00 $            342,000 $       323,5301.07 80.00 $     381,890 1.10 $            376,200 $       296,8201.14 85.50 $  446,220 1.20 $            410,300 $       270,110 17
  18. 18. TSX: RSC U.S.: SRSIF Frankfurt: RF9 URANIUM PRODUCERS URANIUM PRODUCERS Production Shares Share  Market Cap Average  Companies (million pounds) (million pounds) outstanding price (x 1,000 $) (x 1 000 $) Production Costs 2008 2009 2010 2010Denison Mines  1.6 1.3 to 1.5 1.2 339 720 000 $4.15 1 409 000 $49/lbs((DML) )Paladin Energy  1.7 2.7 5.4 717 000 000 $5.30 3 800 000 $25/lbs(PDN)Uranium One  2.9 3.5 7.4 704 000 000 $6.35 4 470 000 $19/lbs(UUU) 18
  19. 19. PROPOSED RAMP DESIGN TSX: RSC U.S.: SRSIF Frankfurt: RF9 19
  20. 20. SURFACE FACILITIES TSX: RSC U.S.: SRSIF Frankfurt: RF9 20
  21. 21. TSX: RSC U.S.: SRSIF Frankfurt: RF9LIST OF ENVIRONMENTALLIST OF ENVIRONMENTAL LIST OF HEALTH & SAFETY  & STUDIES & PROGRAMS DOCUMENTS 21
  22. 22. PROJECT SCHEDULE TSX: RSC U.S.: SRSIF Frankfurt: RF9 Strateco Resources Inc. Matoush project 2009 — 2014 Project Schedule 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014Description Activities Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 H1 H2 H1 H2 H1 H2 H1 H2Exploration/Geology Surface Drilling Geological Modeling &  Resource Estimation Resource Estimation Rev. Rev Rev. Rev Rev. Rev Rev. Rev Rev. Rev Underground DrillingManagement &  Project DescriptionStudies Exploration Ramp Design Scoping Study Rev. Permitting Exploration Ramp Production Feasability StudyExploration Ramp  Access RoadInfrastructure Surface InstallationsDevelopment &  Portal and Exploration Ramp Portal and Exploration RampConstruction Lateral Development Production Ramp Infrastructure Construction Process Mill ConstructionProductionP d ti Commissioning & St t U C i i i & Start‐Up Q   Quarter H Half 22
  23. 23. TSX: RSC U.S.: SRSIF Frankfurt: RF9TO BE SUCCESSFUL IN ANY INVESTMENT 1. STRONG MANAGEMENT 2. EXCELLENT PROJECT 3. AGGRESSIVE INVESTOR RELATION 3 PROGRAM THIS IS STRATECO RESOURCES (RSC) 23
  24. 24. TSX: RSCU.S.: SRSIF  Frankfurt: RF9U.S.: SRSIF Frankfurt: RF9 CONTACT Website: www.stratecoinc.com E-mail: info@stratecoinc.com Toll Free: 1-866-774-7722 Telephone: 1-450-641-0775 Fax: 1-450-641-1601 Address: 1225 Gay-Lussac Street Boucherville, Quebec J4B 7K1 CANADA 24

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