2011 03 25 Eslabon Peru Mining Country, Final Ld


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2011 03 25 Eslabon Peru Mining Country, Final Ld

  1. 1. Project EslabonPeru, Mining Country<br />Project Eslabon<br />1<br />
  2. 2. Table of Content<br />Peru – Mining Industry Overview 3<br />Project Eslabon 10<br />Contact Information 27<br />Project Eslabon<br />2<br />
  3. 3. Project Eslabon<br />Peru – Mining Industry Overview<br />3<br />
  4. 4. Peru – Mining Industry Overview<br />Peru In Worldwide Production Rankings<br />#1 – Silver<br />#2 – Copper & Zinc<br />#3 – Tin<br />#4 – Lead<br />#6 – Gold<br />FURTHER, PERU is <br />3rd destination in the world for Exploration Investment and 1st destination in Latin America. <br />one of the fastest growing mining economies in the world. <br />Peru has only 0.69% of the country area in production, creating a vast opportunity to capitalize on, given cause of mineralization in Peru and existing worldwide status. <br />Project Eslabon<br />4<br />
  5. 5. Peru – Mining Industry Overview<br />Cause of Peru’s Mineralization<br />The Andes is a young, substantially non-eroded mountain range that crosses the Peruvian territory. Along its length, 03 frames of mountain range (Cordillera Negra, Cordillera Blanca and Cordillera Central), with key mineralization dominating across 03 knots, Vilcanota Knot on south, Pasco Knot on Center and Mollepata Knot in the North. Such knots were caused by strong orogenic movements favorable for mineralization.<br />It is not ”IF” there is mineral across these western parts of Peru… it is HOW MUCH and how accessible is the mineral?<br />Our focus is accessible, high grade, operating properties. <br />The Eslabon Project is one of such properties.<br />Project Eslabon<br />5<br />
  6. 6. Peru – Mining Industry Overview<br />Cause of Peru’s Mineralization (Continued)<br />The presence of different intrusive pulses (batholiths) in conjunction with the presence of different types of rocks, gave rise to the various mineral deposits in Peru.<br />Project Eslabon<br />6<br />
  7. 7. Peru – Mining Industry Overview<br />Cause of Peru’s Mineralization (Continued)<br />The key mineralization belts along western parts of Peru - recognizing key areas of gold, copper and polymetallic.<br />The Eslabon Project resides in the Central Peru Polymetaliic Skarn & Replacement Belt.<br />Project Eslabon<br />7<br />
  8. 8. Peru – Mining Industry Overview<br />Existing Worldclass Projects<br />Project Eslabon<br />8<br />
  9. 9. Peru – Mining Industry Overview<br />Existing Worldclass Projects (Continued)<br />Project Eslabon<br />9<br />
  10. 10. Project Eslabon<br />Project Eslabon<br />10<br />
  11. 11. Project Eslabon<br />Project Eslabon<br />11<br />
  12. 12. Project Eslabon – Ancash, Peru<br />Project Eslabon<br />12<br />
  13. 13. Project Eslabon – Geological Formation<br />Project Eslabon<br />13<br />
  14. 14. Project Eslabon – Portuguesa Breccia Pipe<br />Project Eslabon<br />14<br />
  15. 15. Project Eslabon – Breccia Pipe Structure<br />Project Eslabon<br />15<br />
  16. 16. Project Eslabon – Cause of Mineralization<br />Project Eslabon<br />16<br />
  17. 17. Project Eslabon<br />Camp<br />Ximena Vein<br />Project Eslabon – Ximena Vien<br />17<br />
  18. 18. Project Eslabon – Reserves, Resources <br />Project Eslabon<br />18<br />
  19. 19. Project Eslabon – Reserves, Resources<br />Project Eslabon<br />- Reserve, resource per tonne calculations reduced for a potential risk adjustment : <br /> Measured Reserves – 15%, <br />Indicated Reserves – 25%, <br />Inferred Resources – 50%<br />- The RED line highlights that the total calculations consider only 1st 200 meters of depth from operating mine. <br />19<br />
  20. 20. Project Eslabon<br />Project Eslabon – Reserves, Resources<br />Reserve, Resource Calculations<br />The total calculated reserves stand at : <br />Measured Reserves - 150,952 MT <br />Indicated Reserves – 463,713 MT <br />Indicated Resources –571,758 MT<br />TOTAL 1,186,423 MT<br />The economic value of the initially determined and future potential of the reserves and resources can easily reach hundreds of millions dollars at today’s prices.<br />20<br />
  21. 21. Project Eslabon – Brecchia Pipe Reserves<br />Project Eslabon<br />Reserve Calculation (Continued)<br />The Portuguese Breccia Pipe is the main part of Eslabon in the current state of the project. <br />The Brecchia Pipe geological model determines:<br />- width, approximates 110 x 50 meters<br />- depth, recognizing only the first 200 meters<br />The total reserves of Portugese Breccia Piple is 970,000 metrics tons, which is 82% of the total reserves we have estimated.<br />The other part of reserves is Ximena Vien, which holds 295,000 metric tons.<br />21<br />
  22. 22. Project Eslabon – Silver Reserves<br />Project Eslabon<br />Average Grade control:<br />Silver: 13.2 oz / ton<br />Lead: 9.6%<br />Projected Mine Life:<br />10.8 years: assuming a production level of 350 tons/day and no new reserve is found.<br />SILVER Reserves:<br />Measured silver reserve 1,390,125 oz.<br />At market value of $30/oz, the value approximates $41.7 million.<br />Total silver resources 10,900,000 oz.<br />At market value averaging of $23.22/ oz, the value approximates $253.8 million <br />22<br />
  23. 23. Project Eslabon – Lead Reserves<br />Project Eslabon<br />LEAD Reserves, Resources:<br />Measured Lead Reserves:<br />23.6 million pounds, or 10,726 tons.<br />At average value of US $1.10 per lb, the total value is at $26 million.<br />Total Lead Reserves, Resources <br />158.8 million pounds, or 72,200 tons.<br />At average value of US0.95 per lb, the total value approximates $150.8million<br />** All data is estimated using an average net metallurgical recovery rate of 70%. <br />23<br />
  24. 24. Project Eslabon – Community Relations<br />Community Relations:<br />A key part of mining in Peru is maintaining good relations with the community.<br />The company has signed a 5 year community agreement for the use of land, water at the mine. We have also been granted the right to build a roads and install a plant, if we deem appropriate.<br />In December 2010, the company sponsored a Christmas party for the children. Noted beside, are company representatives and community women providing hot chocolate and gifts to the children.<br />Project Eslabon<br />24<br />
  25. 25. Project Eslabon – In Conclusion<br />Eslabon Existing and Upside Potential:<br />Due to the nature and scope of the mineralization, we believe the existing and future potential of Project Eslabon can be substantially higher than indicated and, at today’s prices, can reach into the hundreds of millions of dollars.<br />If you share our view, and are interested to learn more…. and, share the view of many in the market… that metal prices will continue to be strong and continue their positive upward trend for the foreseeable future… do contact us, now. <br />We have participation arrangements for you to profit with us!<br />Project Eslabon<br />25<br />
  26. 26. Project Eslabon<br />Contact Information<br />26<br />
  27. 27. Contact Information<br />Project Eslabon<br />WE WELCOME YOU TO BENEFIT <br />& PARTICIPATE WITH US!<br />There exists a vast opportunity to capitalize on right now, given Peru’s existing worldwide mining status, the Eslabon Project, other mines we have contracted and have under evaluation.<br />Join with us. There are 2 ways to participate. Contact us to find out how! <br />Thank you!<br />For More Information, Contact Us:<br />Tel: US Voip : 1-518-312-4243 (rings in Lima, Peru)<br />Email: info@commodis.com<br />27<br />