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Oroco Resource Corp Oco.V Feb 6 2009
Oroco Resource Corp Oco.V Feb 6 2009
Oroco Resource Corp Oco.V Feb 6 2009
Oroco Resource Corp Oco.V Feb 6 2009
Oroco Resource Corp Oco.V Feb 6 2009
Oroco Resource Corp Oco.V Feb 6 2009
Oroco Resource Corp Oco.V Feb 6 2009
Oroco Resource Corp Oco.V Feb 6 2009
Oroco Resource Corp Oco.V Feb 6 2009
Oroco Resource Corp Oco.V Feb 6 2009
Oroco Resource Corp Oco.V Feb 6 2009
Oroco Resource Corp Oco.V Feb 6 2009
Oroco Resource Corp Oco.V Feb 6 2009
Oroco Resource Corp Oco.V Feb 6 2009
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Oroco Resource Corp Oco.V Feb 6 2009

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  • 1. TSX-V: OCO Frankfurt: OR6 www.orocoresourcecorp.com
  • 2. DIRECTORS Stephen M. Leahy, Executive Chairman, Director • Founder of North American Tungsten • Over 26 years of experience in venture capital • Chairman, CEO, Director of North American Tungsten Ltd. Ken Thorsen, President and CEO, Director • Over 40 years of experience in the mining business • 8 years with Selection Trust; 3 years with Cameco • 21 years with Teck Corporation and 7 years as a consultant • S i Exploration Executive at Teck Cominco Senior E l ti E ti tT kC i including 2 year period as President of Teck Exploration Ltd. Robert Friesen, Director • Over 40 years of experience in mining and minerals exploration • 7 years as Chief Geologist with Noranda Group • 5 years as a Project Geologist with Teck Exploration Ltd. Casey F C Forward, Di d Director and Chief Financial Officer t d Chi f Fi i l Offi • Over 25 years of accounting experience in North America and the United Kingdom with numerous public companies
  • 3. CAPITAL STRUCTURE AND CORPORATE DIRECTORY Shares Issued and Outstanding 27,593,521 Management holdings and escrowed and pooled shares, subject to 3 year escrow and pooling restrictions (10,620,000) Incentive Stock Options @ $0.55 for 5 years 2,650,000 Common Share Purchase Warrants @ $0.90 until Sept 12, 2009: 4,101,760 Common Share Purchase Warrants @ $0.55 until Sept 12, 2009: 800,000 Shares Issued and Outstanding Fully Diluted 35,145,281 Address: Suite 789 Auditors: Dale Matheson Carr-Hilton Labonte LLP 999 W. Hastings St. Vancouver, Vancouver BC Legal Counsel: Morton & Company Canada V6C 2W2 T:604-688-6200 Stock Transfer Agent: Olympia Trust Company F:604-688-6260 Info@orocoresourcecorp.com Common Share Listing: TSX.V:OCO Frankfurt: OR6 Web Site: www orocoresourcecorp com www.orocoresourcecorp.com
  • 4. PROJECT LOCATIONS
  • 5. CERRO PRIETO MINE LOOKING NORTH • Mining friendly Mexico; low costs, strong mining history • Good paved road system in place • Regional labor supply in nearby towns • Property located next to National Power Grid and paved highway • Withi reach of local water supply Within h fl l t l • Railway and deep water ports within trucking distance in state of Sonora
  • 6. CERRO PRIETO PROJECT SURFACE PLAN 2008, Phase 1 Exploration Program Overseen by Ing. Antonio Montante yg • 6,000 meter diamond drilling • Twenty-Two diamond drill holes completed • 100% success rate in hitting mineralized structure • Program included mapping, surface trenching and sampling along strike • $1,000,000 program completed on time and on budget.
  • 7. CERRO PRIETO PROJECT MINERALIZATION
  • 8. CERRO PRIETO PROJECT LONGITUDINAL SECTION
  • 9. $1 MILLION PHASE 1 PROGRAM COMPLETED WITH EXCELLENT RESULTS NI 43-101 COMPLIANT 25.3 MILLION TONNE INDICATED RESOURCE AND 4.7 MILLION TONNE INFERRED RESOURCE Resource TONNES GOLD Grade SILVER Grade LEAD Grade ZINC Grade Category (Millions) (ounces) (g/t) (ounces) (g/t) (M lbs) (%) (M lbs) (%) Indicated 25.3 25 3 422,145 422 145 0.52 0 52 6,981,641 6 981 641 8.6 86 189.2 189 2 0.34 0 34 567.6 567 6 1.02 1 02 Inferred 4.7 25,635 0.17 2,925,313 19.4 54.8 0.53 174.7 1.69 $1.06
  • 10. Resource Gold Silver Lead + Zinc Contained Metal per Category grams/share grams/share lbs./share Issued Share Indicated 0.480 7.87 27.43 Inferred 0.029 3.29 8.320 Resource Gold - g/$1 of Silver - g/$1 of Lead + Zinc lbs. Contained Metal per Category gy market cap.* p market cap.* p /$1 of market cap* $ p $1 of Market Capitalization* Indicated 2.643 43.72 152.37 Inferred 0.161 18.32 46.21 *Market Capitalization based on I&O shares and closing price on February 6, 2009
  • 11. PHASE 2 AND 3 PROGRAM AND BUDGET 2009/2010 C$ Drill Program (Includes Total Costs For Infill Drilling 1,000,000 And Drilling At 100 Meter Intervals Along Strike) Preliminary Environmental, Engineering and Metallurgy 250,000 Pre-Feasibility Study 3,750,000 3 750 000 TOTAL $5,000,000
  • 12. THE CERRO PRIETO POLYMETALLIC PROJECT: HIGHLIGHTS • FAVOURABLE LOCATION AND MINING LAWS • 100% OWNERSHIP INTEREST 27 SQ. KM OF CONCESSIONS CONTAINING SEVERAL KM OF STRIKE LENGTH OF MINERALIZED STRUCTURE • SUCCESSFUL PHASE ONE EXPLORATION PROGRAM COMPLETED OCTOBER, 2008 43-101 COMPLIANT : 30 MILLION TONNE GOLD, SILVER, LEAD AND ZINC RESOURCE • OXIDE MINERALIZATION FROM SURFACE TO MAXIMUM DEPTH OF 350 METERS • LOW DISCOVERY COSTS, MINERALIZATION OPEN ON STRIKE TO NORTH AND SOUTH AND COSTS TO DEPTH A PHASE 2 PROGRAM DESIGNED TO INCREASE RESOURCE • POTENTIAL FOR LOW COST, OPEN PIT MINE, PRELIMINARY MINING PLAN UNDERWAY
  • 13. DISCLAIMER Some of the statements contained herein may be forward-looking statements which involve known and unknown risks and uncertainties. Without limitation, statements regarding potential mineralization and resources, exploration results, and future plans and objectives of the Company are forward looking statements that involve various degrees of risk. The following are important factors that could cause the Company’s actual results to differ materially from those expressed or Company s implied by such forward looking statements: changes in the world wide price of mineral commodities, general market conditions, risks inherent in mineral exploration, risks associated with development, construction and mining operations, the uncertainty of future profitability and the uncertainty of access to additional capital. Contained herein are references to historical resource estimates. Confirmation drilling proposed in the Company’s Phase I exploration program will test the reliability of these historical estimates which, under the current definitions of resources and reserves as stated in National Instrument 43 - 101 would correlate to the inferred resource category. Note that these historical estimates are not being treated as current estimates and the historical estimates should not be relied upon as current estimates. These historical estimates were prepared prior to the implementation of the Standards of National Instrument 43-101. As the exploration p g p program for the Company is py preliminary in nature the company does not have sufficient data to outline a reserve or resource to the standards of National Instrument 43-101. For further details please refer to the Company’s prospectus, news releases and Technical Report (NI 43-101) at www.sedar.com.
  • 14. TSX-V: OCO Frankfurt: OR6 www.orocoresourcecorp.com

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