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Objective Capital Global Mining Investment Conference
30 Sep 2009
Africa
by Richard Williams, Helio Resources Corp

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  • 1. London Global Mining Investment Conference Stationers Hall, London Wednesday 30 th September 2009 www.ObjectiveCapitalConferences.com 14.50 Africa Richard Williams CEO & Director Helio Resource Corp
  • 2. Corporate Presentation – September 2009
  • 3. www.helioresource.com DISCLAIMER disclaimer tsx-v:hrc This presentation may contain forward-looking statements which involve known and unknown risks, uncertainties and other factors which may cause the actual results, performance, or achievements of Helio to be materially different from any future results, performance or achievements expressed or implied by such forward-looking statements. Forward looking statements may include statements regarding exploration results and budgets, resource estimates, work programmes, strategic plans, market price of precious and / or base metals or other statements that are not statements of fact. Although Helio believes the expectations reflected in such forward-looking statements are reasonable, it can give no assurance that such expectations will prove to have been correct. Various factors that may affect future results include, but are not limited to, fluctuations in market prices of metals, foreign currency exchange fluctuations, risks relating to exploration, including resource estimation and costs and timing of commercial production, requirements for additional financing, political and regulatory risks, and other risks described in Helio’s management discussions and analyses as filed on SEDAR. Accordingly, undue reliance should not be placed on forward-looking statements. All technical information contained within this presentation has been reviewed and approved for disclosure by Mr. C. MacKenzie, M.Sc., C.Geol, Helio’s COO and Qualified Person as designated by NI 43-101
  • 4. www.helioresource.com PROJECTS projects tsx-v:hrc
  • 5. STRATEGY AND FOCUS www.helioresource.com strategy and focus
    • Exploration for “World Class” gold deposits
    • Focus on Tanzania
    • Political and economic stability
    • Under-explored
    • Excellent geological potential
    • Strong mining culture
    • Established legal code
    • Major mining companies active
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  • 6. BOARD AND MANAGEMENT www.helioresource.com board and management MANAGEMENT / DIRECTORS / FOUNDERS Richard Williams CEO Chris MacKenzie COO BOARD OF DIRECTORS Gren Thomas (Chairman) Founder of Aber Resources, Chairman of Strongbow Cliff Davis CEO of Nevsun Resources Stephen Leahy Chairman and CEO of North American Tungsten Corp. Colin Jones Exec. VP Dundee Resources Ltd. tsx-v:hrc
  • 7. www.helioresource.com CORPORATE INFORMATION corporate information
    • Listing TSX.V:HRC
    • Issued & Outstanding 65,769,542
    • Management & Insiders ~15% of I&O
    • Institutional Holdings ~37% of I&O
    • Warrants 15,038,000 @ $0.35-1.25
    • ~ $11,000,000 to Treasury
    • Stock Options 3,765,000
    • Fully Diluted 84,778,792
    • Cash at Sept 1, 2009 $4,500,000
    • no debt
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  • 8. www.helioresource.com TANZANIA tanzania tsx-v:hrc
    • SMP Gold Project
    • Excellent infrastructure
    • Close to water source
    • Road Accessible
    • Large land package
    • Power into property
    • No population pressure
    • Year-round exploration
  • 9. www.helioresource.com LUPA GOLDFIELDS lupa goldfields
    • SMP Gold Project
    • 750,000 ounces produced in Lupa Goldfields
    • New Saza Mine produced 270,000 ounces of gold @ 7.5g/t Au
    • (1939 – 1956)
    • Project covers 5 licences / 23,800 hectares (238km 2 )
    • Option to earn 100% subject to royalty
    • Control over 35km strike length of Saza Shear Zone
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  • 10. www.helioresource.com LUPA GOLDFIELDS lupa goldfields
    • Geology
    • Lupa Block located at triple junction of the Great Rift Valley
    • Major intrusive complex (gabbro / diorite / granite) - greenschist and lower amphibolite facies Arc – not Ubendian Mobile Belt
    • Main mineralised structures trend ENE and NW
    • Free gold occurs in mineralised zones up to 60m+ wide, with individual quartz veins up to 10m thick
    • New Re - Os date on mineralisation at SMP of ~1.93Ga
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  • 11. www.helioresource.com SMP - HISTORIC GOLD MINES smp - historic gold mines
    • 6 colonial-era gold mines
    • 60km strike length of prospective auriferous structures
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  • 12. www.helioresource.com SMP - PROSPECTS smp – prospects
    • Numerous Au occurrences and soil anomalies
    • Widespread historical artisanal mining activity
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  • 13. SMP – DRILLING COMPLETED www.helioresource.com smp – drilling completed
    • 42,631m of diamond drilling.
    • Focus on resource potential at Porcupine and Kenge targets.
    • Reconnaisance drilling at Dubwana and Chui
    • 18,694m of RC drilling.
    • Tested 11 targets over a 20km strike length.
    • Bedrock gold mineralisation intersected at all targets.
    • All targets open along strike and to depth.
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  • 14. www.helioresource.com SMP TARGETS DRILL-TESTED smp targets drill-tested tsx-v:hrc
    • 13 targets tested over a 20 km strike length
    • (Mbenge and Snakebite now part of Kenge)
  • 15. www.helioresource.com SMP – PORCUPINE TARGET smp – porcupine target tsx-v:hrc
  • 16. www.helioresource.com SMP – PORCUPINE DD SECTION ‘A’ smp – porcupine dd section ‘a’ tsx-v:hrc
  • 17. www.helioresource.com SMP – PORCUPINE DD SECTION ‘B’ smp – porcupine dd section ‘b’ tsx-v:hrc
  • 18. www.helioresource.com SMP – PORCUPINE LONG SECTION smp – porcupine long section tsx-v:hrc
  • 19. www.helioresource.com SMP – PORCUPINE MINERALISATION smp – porcupine mineralisation tsx-v:hrc
  • 20. www.helioresource.com SMP – PORCUPINE – RC FENCE “A” smp – porcupine rc fence “A” tsx-v:hrc
  • 21. www.helioresource.com SMP - PROSPECTS smp – prospects
    • Numerous Au occurrences and soil anomalies
    • Widespread historical artisanal mining activity
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  • 22. www.helioresource.com SMP – KENGE TARGET smp – kenge target tsx-v:hrc
  • 23. www.helioresource.com KENGE TARGET – RAZORBACK MINE kenge target – razorback mine tsx-v:hrc
  • 24. www.helioresource.com KENGE MAIN ZONE - LONG SECTION kenge main zone – long section tsx-v:hrc
  • 25. www.helioresource.com SMP – MBENGE LONG SECTION smp – mbenge long section tsx-v:hrc
  • 26. www.helioresource.com SMP – MBENGE PLAN smp – mbenge plan tsx-v:hrc
  • 27. www.helioresource.com METALLURGY metallurgy tsx-v:hrc
    • Low Cyanide Consumption
    • No “Preg Robbing” activity
    • Non acid-generating tailings
    Porcupine Kenge Gravity Separation 22.0% 34.7% Whole Ore Flotation 94.8% 95.6% Gravity + Gravity Tailing Flotation 93.4% 95.6% Gravity + Flotation Concentrate Cyanidation 91.9% 93.3% Gravity + Gravity Tailing Cyanidation 89.1% 94.5% Whole Ore Cyanidation 88.9% 92.5% Heap Leach Amenability TBC 70.0% Bond Ball Work Index 15.7 15.0
  • 28. www.helioresource.com SMP - PROSPECTS smp – prospects
    • Numerous Au occurrences and soil anomalies
    • Widespread historical artisanal mining activity
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  • 29. www.helioresource.com SMP – KONOKONO LONG SECTION smp – konokono long section tsx-v:hrc
  • 30. www.helioresource.com SMP – DUBWANA TARGET smp – dubwana target tsx-v:hrc
  • 31. www.helioresource.com SMP – SAZA WEST TARGETS smp – saza west targets tsx-v:hrc
  • 32. www.helioresource.com SMP – 2009 DRILL TARGETS smp – 2009 drill targets tsx-v:hrc
  • 33. www.helioresource.com SMP – SUMMARY AND OUTLOOK smp – summary and outlook
    • Best new gold project in Tanzania?
    • Multi-million ounce potential.
    • Control of the main gold-bearing structure in the region (35km).
    • Multiple drill targets proximal to six colonial-era gold mines.
    • Excellent metallurgical results.
    • Ability to earn a 100% interest in all five licences.
    • Good Infrastructure.
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  • 34. www.helioresource.com WHY INVEST IN HELIO? why invest in helio?
    • Building strong underlying value at the SMP gold project in Tanzania.
    • Drilling over the last two years has removed a great deal of the exploration risk.
    • Favourable capital structure.
    • Strong Management, Board of Directors, and core shareholder group.
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  • 35. 580 – 625 Howe Street, Vancouver B.C., V6C 2T6 Canada www.helioresource.com +1 604 638 8002
  • 36. London Global Mining Investment Conference Stationers Hall, London Wednesday 30 th September 2009 www.ObjectiveCapitalConferences.com Richard Williams CEO & Director Helio Resource Corp Richard Williams is a Professional Geologist with 20 years experience in gold mining, and precious and base metal mineral exploration in southern Africa, south, central and north America, and most recently in southern Europe. Mr Williams graduated from Portsmouth University, UK with a B.Sc. Honours degree in 1988, before becoming a mine geologist in the Witwatersrand goldfields, South Africa. In 1992 - 1993, he completed a Master’s degree in Mineral Exploration at Queen’s University, Ontario, before joining Canarc Resource Corp. as its Exploration Manager in Suriname, South America. In 1998, based in Vancouver, Mr Williams assumed the role of Acquisitions Manager for Canarc, working mainly in Mexico.