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Goldeye presentation

  1. 1. Goldeye Projects
  2. 2. ManagementJorma Hannila P. Geo. – CEO:• Mr. Hannila graduated in 1970 with an Honours degree in Geology from Laurentian University and has been involved in the discovery of new ore bodies at Casa Berardi, Quebec, and Thompson, Manitoba, while directing and managing surface and underground exploration programs for Inco Limited. He has 35 years of experience in gold, base metals and uranium exploration in Canada, USA, Mexico, Europe and Africa.Blaine Webster – President:• Mr. Webster has spent 40 years as a professional geophysicist, including 9 years with Inco in Ontario and Quebec. Since founding JVX Ltd. in 1983, Webster has conducted over 1,500 geophysical surveys in 32 countries. He conducted work on the discovery of Farley Lake, Manitoba.Richard Dean – Director (Inco, Fording Coal, Elk Valley & Teck Coal)Brian Howlett, CMA – Director / Interim CFOConstance Webster, MLS – Director
  3. 3. Shining Tree ProjectGeological Context (Abitibi Greenstone Belt)
  4. 4. Shining Tree: Summary & Model Creso Gold  Discovery
  5. 5. Shining Tree: Big Dome
  6. 6. Shining Tree: Hydro Creek
  7. 7. Sandy Lake  Project
  8. 8. Sandy Lake: Red Lake Comparison RED LAKE GEOLOGY Red Lake gold  production 20M oz. Au
  9. 9. Sandy Lake: Red Lake Comparison• Similar strike length• Folds are  approximately the  same size• Red Lake is 5,000 ft below surface – Sandy  Lake is near surface• Gold associated with  ultra mafics and felsic  volcanics and  interpreted axial  planer shearing• Similar alteration  signatures
  10. 10. Sandy Lake: Red Lake Comparison Gold Camps Associated with Gravity Highs• Under‐explored belt  in the Ontario new  frontier• Geologic setting and  mineralization  similar to prolific  Red Lake Camp• 50 of  prospective ground• Negotiating an  Exploration  Agreement with  Sandy Lake First  Nation
  11. 11. Gold Rock  Project
  12. 12. Gold Rock: Goldeye Claims
  13. 13. Gold Rock: Regional Geology
  14. 14. Gold Rock  Property‐southern part:  Geophysical  Anomalies MH – magnetic high
  15. 15. CHILE PROJECT Sonia Project 76 km2 ‘Au, Ag, Cu, Pb, Zn’
  16. 16. SoniaMines of Northern Chile Chile – stable democracy  (new, pro‐mining president),  long mining history,  significant mineral  endowment. Home to world‐class copper  and gold deposits Chile is expected to increase  its production to 3.5 million  ounces of gold by 2015,  becoming one of world’s 10  largest producers 93 sq. km. on metallogenic  belt hosting El Indio and  Maricunga gold districts, and  giant porphyry copper  deposits of Central Chile Over 45 Ag‐Au veins  identified on Sonia property
  17. 17. Sonia:Regional Fault  Zones in  association with Cu & Au  deposits
  18. 18. SoniaRegional Geology :  Splay faults of major  Pocuro Fault host Sonia  veins At least 45 Ag‐Au veins  occur in a 7 km wide  vein belt Goldeye Vein structures up to 4  properties km in strike, and over  1.45 km in vertical  extent Unexplored porphyry  Cu‐Au potential Puma – unexplored but  has gold and base  metal potential
  19. 19. Sonia HEMATITE STAINED BEDS 10m 8.89 g/t Au 41.8 g/t AU Across 1.2m 0.70% CuSAN PEDRO VEIN ROSARIO VEIN Rosario‐San Pedro Veins
  20. 20. Sonia Project IRON STAINED ALTERATION ZONERancho – alteration zone on north side of Rio Sobrante from  south side of river.
  21. 21. Contact Information:Jorma J. Hannila, B.Sc.(Hons.),P.Geo. ‐ CEOTel: (905) 886‐2538Cell: (416) 970‐3324Fax: (905) 886‐821085 West Wilmot St., Unit 4Richmond Hill, ON L4B 1K7CANADAEmail: jhannila@goldeye.caWEB: TSXV: GGY