Developing Gold Projects in Colombia’s Richest Gold Regions TSXV : ARU
2Forward Looking StatementsThis presentation contains “forward looking statements”. These forward-looking statements are made asof the date of this presentation and AuRo Resources Corp. does not intend, and does not assume anyobligations, to update these forward-looking statements. Forward looking statements include, but are notlimited to, statements with respect to the timing and amount of estimated future exploration, success ofexploration activities, expenditures, permitting, and requirements for additional capital and access todata. Forward-looking statements involve known and unknown risks, uncertainties and other factorswhich may cause the actual results, performance or achievements of the Company to be materiallydifferent from any future results, performance or achievements expressed or implied by the forward-looking statements. Such factors include, among others, risks related to actual results of currentexploration activities; changes in project parameters as plans continue to be refined; the ability to enterinto joint ventures or to acquire or dispose of property interests; future prices of mineral resources;accidents, labor disputes and other risks of the mining industry; ability to obtain financing; anddelays in obtaining governmental approvals or financing.
3Investment HighlightsAn Early Opportunity in Developed Gold Regions The combined AuRo Resources and White Gold will possess a large and diverse strategic property portfolio of approximately 70,000 hectares within Colombias most prolific gold, silver and copper exploration and mining regions Antioquia is the largest gold producing region in Colombia - over 1 million ounces of gold production in 2009 “El Tesoro” is “drill ready” & approximately 20 km from B2Gold`s Gramalote project, will be Colombia’s 1st open pit mine Strong Fundamentals Key Infrastructure in place: Projects are readily accessible by Road, Rail and Rivers Favourable Mining Code - 30 year term for Exploration, Construction & Exploitation Strong Balance Sheet: Over $2.5 Million in cash
4Key ManagementMark Lawson, President ,CEO & DirectorFrom 2005 to 2008 was an investment banker with Morgan Stanley in New York where he was involved in the execution of over$6 billion worth of mergers and acquisitions, $8 billion worth of debt offerings and $500 million of equity financings. Mr. Lawson waspreviously a Director of a boutique corporate finance firm in Toronto, Canada, from 2003 to 2004. He received his Bachelor of Artsin Statistical Sciences from The University of Western Ontario and his MBA from The Richard Ivey School of Business, University ofWestern Ontario. Mr. Lawson is also a director of several TSX listed companies.Ken Thorsen, VP of Exploration, DirectorMore than 40 years experience in mining including 15 years as a student and field geologist with Selection Trust, 3 years withSaskatchewan Mining and Development Corporation (Cameco), 21 years with Teck Corporation and eight years as a consultant.During this period, Mr. Thorsen was directly involved at the field level with the discovery of 3 ore bodies and at the managementlevel with the discovery and development of three additional ore bodies. Prior to 2002, he worked in senior explorationmanagement at Teck, including a 2 year period managing its world wide exploration as President of Teck Exploration Ltd. He hasbeen involved in exploration projects for base metals, precious metals, diamonds and uranium in the Americas, Australia and Asia.Mr. Thorsen is a Professional Engineer registered in Ontario and British Columbia and is a long standing member of the CanadianInstitute of Mining, the Mining Association of British Columbia and the Prospectors and Developers Association of Canada.Mario Concha, DirectorPresident and founder of Mario Concha & Associates, a firm providing consulting services in the chemical and plastic industry.Formerly, he was the President of Georgia Pacifics Chemical Division where he oversaw the operations of this $950 millioninternational company. Prior to that he served as President of the International Division of GS Industries. He helped lead a teamthat formed GS Industries, with $1 Billion in revenues out of a leveraged buyout of an Armco Steel division. He has also held avariety of management positions for Occidental Chemical and Union Carbide. He was named one of the "50 Most ImportantHispanics in Technology & Business" by Hispanic Engineer for 3 consecutive years. He holds a degree in Chemical Engineeringfrom Cornell University.
5Technical AdvisorsTony Floyd, P. GeoMr. Floyd obtained his academic credentials in the United Kingdom. First with a B.Sc. Honours degree in geology from the University ofNottingham and then a M.Sc in Mineral Exploration and Mining Geology from the University of Leicester. In 1987 he formed BridgerResources Inc. Bridger was one of the first juniors to conduct exploration and development in Chile. In 1990 Bridger became a highgrade gold producer from its La Pepa project in the Maricunga district of Chile. In 1993 political change in Peru led Mr Floyd to formInca Pacific Resources Inc. Inca Pacific was amongst the first wave of explorers in Peru which allowed it to assemble an impressiveportfolio of prospects. In 1999 this came to fruition when a very significant discovery was made at its Magistral Copper/Molybdenumproperty. In 2002, Ross Beaty, Anthony Floyd and Robert Pirooz founded the Lumina Copper Group (comprised of Lumina Copper Corp. and itssuccessor companies: Regalito Copper Corp., Lumina Resources Corp., Northern Peru Copper Corp. and Global Copper Corp.), ofwhich: Regalito Copper Corp. was acquired by Pan Pacific Copper Co., Ltd. for approximately CAD $135 million in 2006; LuminaResources Corp. was acquired by Western Copper Corp. for approximately CAD $27 million in 2006; Northern Peru Copper Corp. wasacquired by China Minmetals Nonferrous Metals Co., Ltd. and Jiangxi Copper Company Ltd. for approximately CAD $455 million inJanuary 2008; and Global Copper Corp. was acquired by Teck Cominco Limited for approximately CAD $415 million in August 2008.Mr. Floyd is currently chairman of Inca Pacific Resources Inc.Bert Jeffries, P. GeoMr. Jeffries is a graduate of the Mackay School of Mines, University of Nevada-Reno, with a Bachelor of Science degree in geology. Heis a registered professional geologist with over 30 years of experience across the mining spectrum, ranging from exploration to projectand construction management. As part of the original Cordex exploration syndicate in Nevada, Mr. Jeffries contributed to multiplediscoveries including the Pinson, Florida Canyon, Sterling and Prebble gold mines. He also worked as a consulting geologist,managing exploration that resulted in the discovery of the Beartrack gold mine in Idaho.In the area of mine-construction management, Mr. Jeffries has worked extensively for major and mid-tier miners, including BarrickGold, Western Goldfields and Kinross Gold. He was a member of the Barrick team that developed and constructed the Pierina goldmine in Peru, the Bulyanhulu gold mine in Tanzania and the Veladero gold mine in Argentina. During this period, he also worked inChile as the project manager for the El Indio and Tambo gold mine closure project, and worked on Barricks Pascua Lama project inChile-Argentina and the Lagunas Norte project in Peru. More recently, Mr. Jeffries managed construction for Western GoldfieldsMesquite gold mine in Southern California and Kinross Golds Fort Knox gold mine in Alaska.
6Capitalization SummaryShares Outstanding 52.9 millionOptions 3.0 million: 2.0 million @ $0.11, 1 million @ $0.15 (Expire Feb 2014, Sept 2015)Warrants 14.2 million @ $0.33 (Expire 2012)Shares Fully Diluted 70.1 million52 Week High/Low $0.29 / $0.09Market Capitalization $10.5 million
7AuRo Key Projects & Location MUNICIPALITY OF MACEO La Alejandria Mine El Mulatos Mines To Puerto Berrío Mines withinLa Floresta Town El Tesoro license MUNICIPALITY OF PUERTO BERRIO El Vapor Mines La Argentina Mine 8 Ha
8Flagship Project Location – “El Tesoro” “Gramalote” Property Brazil Peru “El Tesoro” Project Antioquia, Colombia Source: B2Gold Ni 43-101, February 27,2009
9 The “El Tesoro” Mine Overview Comprised of 848 contiguous hectares,located in the Northeast of Antioquia Part of the “Antioquia” Gold District 100% Ownership, 0% NSR Approximately 20 km from B2Gold’s2.4 Million Oz Gramalote Gold Deposit Project elevation is less than 1,000meters above sea level 15 tunnels / mines within the concession
10“El Tesoro” Geology OverviewProperty is an intrusion-hosted, Alluviumstructurally controlled stockworkgold-silver exploration target Sedimentary & Volcanic Rocks Quartz DioriteThe property is structurally-controlled Dioritequartz stockwork system within the Triassic IntrusiveCretaceous Antioquia Batholith inCentral Colombia; regionally significant Feldspathic Gneissare the Palestina and Nus-Bagra faults Quartzite GreenschistReconnaissance mapping to date has Amphiboliteidentified gold mineralization focusedalong at least 3 structural orientations La Cristina FormationThese include;1) West, 2) West El Tesoro Licencenorthwest and 3) Southwest striking 3rd Party Licenceveins
11Summary of Geochemical Survey AuRo recently completed a detailed soil geochemical program over an area of approximately 1.1 km by 4 km that resulted in the collection and analyses of 979 soil samples Samples were collected at a depth of 0.75 to 1.00 m at 50 m intervals on NE oriented gridlines spaced 100m apart Gold values in soils ranged from below detection up to a high of 506 ppb Identified 3 gold-in-soil anomalies in the Southern Zone of the license These will be tested by an initial drill campaign to be commenced for a total of 1,000 meters 5 holes of 200 meters This will dually present intelligence on the vein extension within El Tesoro & the producing Argentina MineResults compiled by SGS Laboratories, Medellin.
12Argentina Mine - MineralizationAuRo Key Projects & Location Economic geology Image shows recent infrastructure upgrades at Argentina Mine Samples N2, mineralized vein: 240.0 g/t Au (SGS Colombia S.A.) Sample N1, mineralized vein: 110.0 g/t Au (SGS Colombia S.A.)
13El Mulatos Mine - Geology Rock Sample L4544 S01. Au 6,00 g./Ton Ag 46,5 g./Ton (SGS Colombia S.A) Rock Sample L4544-R0 intrusive diorites. Au 2,50 g./Ton Ag 35g./Ton (SGS Colombia S.A) Quartz Veins in Altered Diorite
14 White Gold TransactionOverview of White Gold• Through its wholly-owned Colombian subsidiary, Oro Barracuda SAS., White Gold has solicited nearly 70,000 hectares in Colombia for mineral exploration.Surata Gold Project – Santander• Interests in approximately 20,000 hectares located approximately 10-25 kilometres from Ventana Gold Corp.s La Bodega project and Greystars Angostura project.• Initial samples include sulphide bearing (pyritic) quartz veins with assays up to 3.06 g/t gold. These samples possessed a fairly unique geochemical signature with a strong epithermal association including elevated arsenic, antimony, bismuth and copper.Arboledas Gold Project – Norte de Santander• Interests in approximately 15,000 hectares located approximately 18-25 kilometres north of the La Bodega and Angostura deposits. Gold has been identified in areas exposed by landslides and active artisanal mining.La Colosa Gold Projects – Tolima and Quindio• . The land package totals approximately 31,000 hectares, with the closest group of concessions approximately 12km from the La Colosa deposit. With reported resources of 12.3 million ounces, La Colosa is the largest new gold discovery in Colombia.
Sura Gold Camp – Large Land Position in Leading Gold Camp Interests in approximately 35,000 hectares, 10-25 kms from Angostura & La Bodega Properties have similar bedrock geology to gold deposits in the California-Vetas district including intrusive rocks and NE trending faults Angostura and La Bodega gold-silver projects 10 kms east of Surata properties . Image of Gold-bearing vein on Surata hillside. 15
16La Colosa Area – Tolima & Quindio Interests in approximately 30,000 hectares, 5-20 kms from AngloGold`s 12.3 mill Oz gold discovery One of the largest land positions in the new gold-copper porphyry district
17 2011 Milestones & Action Plan +3 “El Tesoro” • Expand Management Team Resource Estimate – Country Manager• “El Tesoro” Drill Campaign • Selected property acquisitions• Exploration on new projects • Diverse exploration platform +2 +1 >
18“ Social Permit “ Endeavour to be recognized for superior community relations in the international mining industry Consult with communities to gain an appreciation and understanding of their needs and expectations Seek to employ Colombian nationals in jobs where possible Seek to employ and train members of local communities as far as reasonably practical
19Contact Head Office 401 West Georgia, Suite 2020 Vancouver, Canada, V6B 5A1 T:604-893-8838 F:604-681-0796 www.auroresources.com