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    1. 1. 2013 Presentation
    2. 2. TSX.V: SRW FSE: Disclaimer Certain information regarding Solid Resources Ltd. (SRW) contained herein may be deemed forward looking statements within the meaning of applicable securities laws. Forward-looking statements may include estimates, plans, expectations, opinions, forecasts, projections, guidance or other statements that are not statements of fact. Although SRW believes that the expectations expressed in such forward-looking statements are based on reasonable assumptions, such statements are not guarantees of future performance and actual results or developments may differ materially from those in forward-looking statements. SRW cautions that actual performance will be affected by a number of factors, most of which are beyond its control, and that future events and results may vary substantially from what SRW currently foresees. Factors that could cause actual results to differ materially from those in forward-looking statements could include exploitation and exploration results, continued availability of capital and financing and general economic, market or business conditions. The forward-looking statements are expressly qualified in their entirety by this cautionary statement. The information contained herein is stated as of the current date and subject to change after that date. THIS IS NOT A RECOMMENDATION TO BUY OR SELL ANY SECURITY
    3. 3. TSX.V: SRW FSE: Alberta-1: Tin/Tantalum & Lithium Northwestern Spain Spain
    4. 4. TSX.V: SRW FSE: Cehegin Magnetite Iron Ore Concession Southeastern Spain Spain
    6. 6. TSX.V: SRW FSE: Iron Ore Supply & Demand The Next 20 Years Source: Rio Tinto, Dec., 2012 Demand from China will continue its steep climb before peaking in 2030DDemand from China will continue its steep climb before peaking in 2030
    7. 7. TSX.V: SRW FSE: Cehegin Magnetite Iron Ore Concession Geology LIMESTONE MAGNETITE OFITAS Massive magnetite with beaded morphology is embedded in Ophites in the wall and Limestone in the ceiling. Excellent response to magnetometry The mineralization is associated with intrusive sub-volcanic rocks of ofito- doleritic composition Massive Magnetite Dykes Natural outcrop at the surface of a massive magnetite occurrence
    8. 8. TSX.V: SRW FSE: Cehegin Magnetite Iron Ore Concession • 62 existing valid mining concessions 1,030 Ha (Red) • Extension to 3,000 Ha (Blue) • Applied to increase for additional 3,630 Ha (Green) • Total – 6,630 Ha (66 sq Km’s) • 90 year operating licences Option Agreement: • No time limit or financial commitments • Solid earns 100% upon exercise with no royalties • € 900,000 once 1st mining permit in place • € 2.1 million for 2nd mining permit on remaining 61 concessions
    9. 9. TSX.V: SRW FSE: Cehegin Magnetite Iron Ore Concession Mining nnn Open pit with an historical average strip ratio of 2.7:1 Planned Production: 1 million tons per year CAPEX: (upgrade of infrastructure, mining equipment & processing plant) - $60 million Primary Crushing Plant Mina Maria Tailings at Mina Maria Plant
    10. 10. TSX.V: SRW FSE: Cehegin Magnetite Iron Ore Concession Historical Data • 38,043 metres drilled • 23,528 magnetometry stations • 23,697 magnetic concentration tests • Historical production data Magnetometry Profile – Colossus Concession Geological & Magnetometric Profile - Soledad Mine Underground Mining in Edison Deposit Pending Exploration
    11. 11. TSX.V: SRW FSE: 3D Model of Historical Drilling - Soledad Orebody open to the West and East Orebody open at depth
    12. 12. TSX.V: SRW FSE: 3D Model of Historical Drilling El Coloso Longitudinal – Orebody open to the West and East Profile – Orebody open at depth
    13. 13. TSX.V: SRW FSE: 3D Model of Historical Drilling - Villamejor Orebody open at depth and to the north Orebody open at depth
    14. 14. TSX.V: SRW FSE: 3D Modeling Soledad 3D Model of Soledad shows the orebody open to the East & West Several holes were drilled to over 200 meters, which intersected many magnetite layers at depth. The focus of the original operating company – AHV was to only prove out sufficient quantity and grades for open pit operations of up to 30 meters
    15. 15. TSX.V: SRW FSE: Historical Analysis Orebody Open At Depth Designed Open Pit El Coloso
    16. 16. TSX.V: SRW FSE: Cehegin Magnetite Iron Ore Concession • Current analysis of the historical drill data supports an upgrade of the measured and indicated reserves to a minimum of 27 Million Tons. This is on only 3 of the 62 concessions • Strike zones in excess of 1,000m in length and with a thickness of 15-50m. • Aerial magnetometric information supports potential Inferred Resource of over 100 Million Tons All of the "reserves" and "resources" described and documented by previous operators are considered to be "Historic Resources" under NI 43-101, as they were estimated prior to February 1, 2001. Solid is not treating any of the estimates as a current NI 43-101-compliant resource, and the historical estimates should not be relied upon, however, management does consider these to be accurate and is taking measures to upgrade to a NI 43-101 compliant resource. Cehegín Iron Ore Reserves December, 7, 2012 Million Tonnes Fe % DTWR % DT % Measured 7.63 39 41.5 64.6 Indicated 5.93 31 42.1 63.4 Measured & Indicated 13.56 35.5 41.8 64.1 Inferred 62.50 40 41.7 65.3
    17. 17. TSX.V: SRW FSE: Cehegin Magnetite Iron Ore Concession Quality OTCQX: SLDRF Category Concentrate % Iron 65.19 Manganese 0.05 Silica 3.99 Alumina 1.73 Calcium Oxide 0.28 Magnesium Oxide 1.80 Potassium Oxide 0.06 Sodium Oxide 0.016 Sulfur 0.01 Phosphorus 0.04 Zinc 0.004 “The ore processed in Cehegin was almost exclusively high quality magnetite concentrate, easily obtainable by physical processing (grinding and wet magnetic separation) of up to 68% iron. These values normally correspond to concentrates of “Premium” class.” Dr. Alfonso Gracia, Senior Geologist The ore processed in
    18. 18. TSX.V: SRW FSE: Cehegin Magnetite Iron Ore Concession Infrastructure • The Port of Cartagena – 104 Km’s from Cehegin Concessions • Rail to the Port of Cartagena and throughout all of Europe • Excellent toll-free highway • Port of Cartagena handles up to 400,000 ton vessels • Cehegin features on-site Hydro & Water • Calasparra Rail Station 12 Km’s from Cehegin Concessiont
    19. 19. TSX.V: SRW FSE: Cehegin Magnetite Iron Ore Concession Political & Economic Pro-Mining Spain – Motivated to “Dig itself out of Recession” • Considered one of the most mineralized countries in Europe • Spain is considered “Ground Zero” for the European mining revival • Politically stable mining environment, with world class infrastructure • 30% corporate tax rate with no government royalties • Exploration subsidies of 20% granted to Solid for 2011 & 2012 • First year CAPEX can be written off/further subsidies available •
    20. 20. TSX.V: SRW FSE: Alberta-1: Tin/Tantalum & Lithium NW Spain
    21. 21. TSX.V: SRW FSE: Uses: 70% Electronics; 15% Alloy Agent; 10% Corrosion Resistance; 5% Medical Science Supply: Current shortfall of 21%. Outlook: The electronics industry is driving its demand as the world becomes more and more reliant on light-weight technologies. Tantalum $125 / lb Concentrate $200 / lb Oxide “A price increase of over 150% in a year.”
    22. 22. TSX.V: SRW FSE: Tantalum One of the world’s largest tantalum processors ''We do not purchase any raw materials from the Democratic Republic of Congo or adjoining countries, even if we are offered material with allegedly official certifications from other state authorities.'' The act outlines Conflict Minerals legislation. SEC prohibits the purchase of “conflict minerals.” Legislation now requires audited paper trail of purchase Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform Bill and Consumer Protection Act - 2010
    23. 23. TSX.V: SRW FSE: Tin Tin: ~ $10.00/lb. Demand: 52% soldering for electronics, 17% tinplate for canned goods. Also for alloyed materials.
    24. 24. TSX.V: SRW FSE: Lithium $2.75 / lb Uses – Rechargeable batteries, Glass & Ceramics, Lubricants & Chemicals, Medications & Fusion Energy. Outlook – Hybrid gasoline / electric vehicles with lightweight Lithium batteries are expected to significantly impact future demand.
    25. 25. TSX.V: SRW FSE: • Unique Objective: Become the major European tin/tantalum/lithium production mine • Assays speak volumes: Multi-year drill programs (2003, ‘05, ‘11 & ’12) Each year showing dramatic zone extension • 2012 Final Drill Program Completed In-fill Drill - 4-5 Mt measured & indicated reserve in only the north zone 100t Pilot Plant - completed Scoping Study – completed Water & Environmental surveys - underway On Time, on Budget • Application for mining permit submitted to Mining authorities Preliminary approval of 1,500 ton per day (“tpd”) operation • CAPEX - $25 million • Near Term Production & positive cash-flow Alberta-1 Tin/Tantalum/Lithium
    26. 26. TSX.V: SRW FSE: Alberta-1 Tin/Tantalum/Lithium Massive Pegmatite Dykes on property beside secondary highway “In the north section, the 2003 & 2005 drill programs encountered mineralised pegmatite dykes with a maximum thickness of 15.2 metres, whereas the average in the 2011 & 2012 drill programs was 16.25 metres with a maximum thickness of 26 metres.” G Greg Pendura, President & CEO
    27. 27. TSX.V: SRW FSE: Alberta-1 Tin/Tantalum/ Lithium 2012 Drill Program Overview Area of 2012 Drill Program which upgraded the inferred and indicated to become NI 43-101 compliant “measured” resource to meet the requirements of the Spanish Mining Authorities for a Mining Permit. Average economical grades for just the northernmost “open-pit” zone – Presqueiras: •633 ppm Tin (~1.5 lbs./t @ $10.00 lb.) •91 ppm Tantalum ( 1/5 lb./t @ $125 lb.) •0.45% Lithium (~10 lbs./t @ $2.75 lb.) •Commercial value ~ $67/t Yellow line indicates the 11 km mineralized pegmatite strike zone for the entire 3,690 Ha (36 sq. Km’s) Alberta-1 concession infill classified
    28. 28. TSX.V: SRW FSE: Alberta-1 Tin/Tantalum/Lithium Presqueiras (Northern Zone) PresqueirasResource Class Tonnes (Millions) Ta205 (Tantalum) ppm Sn (Tin) % Li20 (Lithium) % Nb205 (Niobium) Ppm Measured 3.15 96.7 0.065 0.45 91.3 Indicated 1.67 80.1 0.06 0.46 86.0 Measured & Indicated 4.83 91.0 0.063 0.45 89.4 The 2012 Drill Program met the directives of the Spanish Mining Authority to upgrade the previous 1.6 Mt measured & indicated resource estimate to 4-5 Mt’s to advance to a Mining Permit Application. Represents less than 5% of the entire mineralized zones April 30, 2013 Resource Estimate
    29. 29. TSX.V: SRW FSE: Alberta-1 Tin/Tantalum/Lithium Southern Zones 2013 Scoping Study NI 43-101 Resource Estimate April 30, 2013Scop Southern Zones Grades: Tantalum - 50% higher Tin - 20% higher Total Measured, Indicated & Inferred – 16.6 Mt’s Southern Zones
    30. 30. TSX.V: SRW FSE: Corporate Listing Details Symbol SRW – TSX.V; YRS – FSE Shares Outstanding 120 million Options 13 million Warrants 36.5 million (14 million expire January 2013) Fully Diluted 169.5million
    31. 31. TSX.V: SRW FSE: Management & Directors Greg Pendura, CEO, President & Director - Mr. Pendura has more than 35 years of experience in founding, financing and advising emerging private and public companies. Ven Côté, Director - Mr.Côté, as the President, CEO and original founder of ZCL Composites Inc., from 1987 until retirement in 2010, led the largest manufacturer and distributor of Fiberglass Underground Storage Tanks and accessories in North America, with revenues in excess of $100 million per year. In 2008, Mr.Côté was named Entrepreneur of the Year ® (Prairies Region) by the global accounting firm Ernst & Young LLP. Under his leadership, ZCL was named as one of Canada’s 50 Best Managed Companies. Rick Gliege, COO, CFO & Director - With over 20 years of leadership and advisory experience as a senior manager in the public and private sectors, he brings to Solid knowledge in strategic planning, operations, marketing and development. Randy Hayward, B. Comm, LLB – Chairman - Mr. Hayward has maintained a successful law practice in Edmonton, Alberta for 20 years. He has worked with numerous private and public companies for 15 years – roles include raising investment capital, corporate communications, business development and various other positions. Harry A. McKinders – Director - Mr. McKinders joined Solid Resources in 1995 and became a Director in 1998. He has had broad experience in the investment field and has provided consulting services to numerous public and private companies over the years.
    32. 32. TSX.V: SRW FSE: Geology Team Dr. Alfonso Gracia, PhD, Geologist, Solid Mines Espana - Dr. Gracia has worked in geological exploration and evaluation of mining projects for 35 years, on over 100 projects in five continents, has also undertaken further studies in Business & Environmental Engineering.. David Henstridge, P. Geol., Advisory Board - David brings over 37 years in the mining industry including 20 years in the management of public-listed mineral exploration companies. He has managed numerous advanced exploration projects throughout Australia, Europe, North and South America. Tomás Vecillas Fernández. – Mining Engineer - Tomás Vecillas is a graduate of the Technical University of Madrid with over 20 years of experience in all stages of the industrial mining sector: exploration, development, starting-up of mines, operation and financing. He is a Member of the Official Association of Mining Engineers of Spain (Colegio Oficial de Ingenieros de Minas de España) and the Australasian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy (AussIMM). Manuel Prieto de Dios, M.Sc, Geology - Manuel Prieto is a senior geologist with over 24 years of experience in exploration, evaluation, mining geology and petroleum. He is a Member of European Geologist Association “Ilustre Colegio Oficial de Geologos” and is a Qualified Person for NI 43-101 reporting.
    33. 33. TSX.V: SRW FSE: Primary Corporate Focus To Enhance Shareholder Value Options Moving Forward: 1.JV OR SELL FORWARD TO A SUITABLE END USER 2. JV WITH SUITABLE MINING COMPANY 3. SELL CONCESSIONS OUTRIGHT
    34. 34. TSX.V: SRW FSE: Visit For further information contact: Solid Resources Ltd. Greg Pendura, President & CEO Tel (780) 800 0726 Stay Connected!