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Oau presentation july 2012

  1. 1. Advancing high potential gold assets in México TSX VENTURE: OAU FRANKFURT: OM8 Q3 2012 TSX.V – OAU
  2. 2. FORWARD LOOKING STATEMENTThis presentation is prepared by Oremex Gold Inc. (OAU – TSX.V). Management of Oremex Gold are solelyresponsible for content and format. Management has compiled this presentation from industry information and43-101 reports and news releases with specific underlying Qualified Persons as set out in the Releases andreports. Industry Information has been compiled from publically available sources and may not be complete,up to date or reliable.This presentation contains forward-looking statements within the meaning of Canadian and U.S. securitieslaws. Such forward looking statements are subject to risks and uncertainties which could cause actual resultsto differ materially from estimated results. Such risks and uncertainties include, but are not limited to, theCompany’s ability to raise capital to fund development and exploration, changes in general economicconditions or financial markets, changes in metal prices, general cost increases, litigation, legislative,environment and other judicial, regulatory, political, competitive developments in Mexico, technological andoperational difficulties or inability to obtain permits encountered in connection with the Company’s explorationactivities, community and labour relations matters and changes in foreign exchange rates, all of which aredescribed in more detail in the Company’s filings with the Canadian Securities Regulators.This presentation is for information purposes only and is not a solicitation. Please contact the Company forcomplete information and consult a registered investment representative / advisor prior to making anyinvestment decision.Investors are urged to consider closely the disclosure in Oremex Gold’s annual and quarterly reports andother public filings, accessible through the Internet at 2 TSX.V – OAU
  3. 3. COMPANY PROFILECanadian gold exploration and development company created from the spin-out ofgold assets owned by Oremex Silver Inc. (previously Oremex Resources Inc.) in 2011• UNIQUELY POSITIONED CAPITAL STRUCTURE AS AT APR.24.12 › Five, 100% owned properties in prolific Shares Issued 35.0 M mining regions of Mexico Options Outstanding 0.3 M › Mining, capital-friendly jurisdictions Warrants Outstanding 11.9 M• EXPLORATION UPSIDE Fully Diluted 47.2 M › Drilling planned for 2012 CASH POSITION (AS AT FEB.29.12): $1.8M › Recent new discoveries › Focused exploration programs underway• FOCUSED GROWTH PLATFORM › Management & board with a successful track record of exploration, development and discovery in Mexico as well as Latin America San Lucas Property 3 TSX.V – OAU
  4. 4. MANAGEMENT TEAMDAVID A. TERRY, Ph.D., P.Geo., CEO and President: Dr. Terry has over 20 twenty years of international experiencein the natural resource sector with major and junior resource companies. He has worked on a wide range ofcommodities with a focus on exploration and development of precious and base metal deposits in North and SouthAmerica. Dr. Terry specializes in public company and international projects management, advanced projectevaluation, acquisitions, as well as design and implementation of exploration programs. Dr. Terry formerly heldpositions with companies including Boliden Limited, Westmin Resources Limited, Hemlo Gold Mines Inc., ComincoLimited and Gold Fields Mining Corporation as well as spent several years with the British Columbia Ministry ofEnergy and Mines. He has also been a senior executive and a Director of a number of publicly-listed and privateresource-focused companies. Most recently, he was a Senior VP Exploration of Golden Arrow ResourcesCorporation.CARLOS E. PACHECO, Vice President Exploration: Mr. Pacheco is a geologist with almost 20 years of experiencein exploration, development and operations, with major Mexican mining and Canadian junior companies. He also hassignificant experience managing community relations and business development activities in the mining sectorPAUL HABER, CA, Chief Financial Officer: Mr. Haber is a CA and a CPA with a significant amount of publiccompany experience. Over the last seven years, Mr. Haber has helped build a number of companies at the CFOlevel. He also sits on several board of directors within the resource industryANA MARIA GONZALEZ, Mexican Advisory Committee: Mrs. Gonzalez has 15 years experience with Mining andSocial Issues at Mine finders. She has significant local knowledge and expertise 4 TSX.V – OAU
  5. 5. BOARD OF DIRECTORSJOHN CARLESSO, Executive Chairman: Mr. Carlesso is the founder of Cervello Capital Inc., a private merchantbank based in Toronto. He has over 15 years of international business experience, extensive experience as a founder,director and an executive with several junior resource companies around the world.MICHAEL R. SMITH, Director: Mr. Smith is a geologist with significant international mining operations experience. Mr.Smith has served as Chief Mine Geologist for Barrick Gold Corp. at the Gold Strike Mine in Nevada. He subsequentlybecame General Manager of Exploration and Development for Barrick Gold in South America.Mr. Smith has managed the design and operational aspects of engineering geology and has been involved in allaspects of ore reserve calculations and block modelingCHRIS MARCUS, Director: Mr. Marcus is the CEO and founder of Fyre Marketing LLC, a marketing and investorrelations firm specializing in establishing long-term strategic relationships with companies identified as havingsignificant growth potentialHENRY TSE, Director: Mr. Tse is a CA who has chaired audit committees of several public companies and has servedas a CFO of several public companiesROSALIND WILSON, Director: Ms. Wilson represents the Canadian Pacific Railway (CPR) in Mexico and is theformer President of the Canadian Chamber of Commerce in Mexico. Ms. Wilson was the President of the MexicanCanadian Mining Task Force. She is currently on the Executive Committee of the Canadian Chamber of Commerce inMexico and a Special advisor to the Executive Committee and the Mining Task Force. Ms. Wilson was appointed Co-Chair of the Trade, Investment, and Innovation Working Group for the CMP (Canada Mexico Partnership). She is alsoPresident of the Foreign Committee of the Mexican Railway Association (AMF) 5 TSX.V – OAU
  6. 6. GOLD PROJECTS OVERVIEW CERRO DEL ORO (Zacatecas State) • Located in historical Melchor Ocampo gold mining districtNAVIDAD • Widespread gold mineralization: • 460 samples ave. 0.47 g/t Au • Underground drilling program underway and ground geophysical program commencing prior to Phase I surface drilling program MACO CERRO DEL ORO SAN LUCAS SANTA CATARINA (Sinaloa State) SANTA CATARINA • Located in the prolific Sierra Rosario Gold Belt • Massive sulphide zone: 20m of 3.2 g/t Au, hosted in carbonate rocks • Surface sampling tested up to 2.1m at 20.5g/t gold • New soil anomalies indicate gold potential over 650m of strike length • 2012 surface drilling planned 6 TSX.V – OAU
  7. 7. GOLD PROJECTS OVERVIEW NAVIDAD (Sonora State) • Early stage of exploration in highly prospective district • Near Animas Resources Ltd. Santa NAVIDAD Gertrudis Project, a past heap-leach producer • Exploration work planned for 2012 MACO MACO (Sinaloa State) • Preliminary surface exploration work completed CERRO DEL ORO SAN LUCAS • Very prospective gold/copper porphyry and shear zone mineralization SANTA CATARINA • No previous drilling SAN LUCAS (Durango State) • Initial 2,000m drill program Q2 2011 • Directly on trend with 2.65 Moz. San Agustin gold project (Silver Standard Resources Inc.)1 and1.65M oz. El Castillo mine (Argonaut Gold Inc.)2 • Trenching, surface sampling andNotes geophysics planned prior to next drilling1 7 phase TSX.V – OAU2
  8. 8. CERRO DEL ORO PROJECT • Two concessions totaling 78.9 hectares in northern Zacatecas state • Concessions cover the core of the historical Melchor Ocampo gold mining district • 22km north of Goldcorp Inc.’s (NYSE: GG) world-class, Peñasquito mine › Gold-silver-lead-zinc mine (P&P Reserves greater than 18 Moz. Au and 1 Boz. Ag) 1 • Project hosts numerous historical pits, trenches, underground workings • Underlain by a mixed intrusive/skarn domain significantly mineralized with gold- silver, +/-base metals. • Mineralization commonly displays structural controls and occurs in both Melchor Ocampo Gold District intrusive and skarn lithologies For many years, gold, silver and base metal mineralization has been recognized in skarns, veins, chimneys, mantos, disseminations and irregular bodies within the Melchor Ocampo district. There are over 50 historical mines within the 40 square kilometer district.Notes1 Goldcorp Inc web-site 8 TSX.V – OAU
  9. 9. CERRO DEL ORO PROJECTSatellite Image Circular Feature Cerro del Oro Concessions Granodiorite Intrusives 9 TSX.V – OAU
  10. 10. CERRO DEL ORO PROJECT Cerro del Oro Stockwork-veined intrusive Underground oxidized structure Silicification and stockwork veiningUnderground working 10 Sulphide-cemented breccia TSX.V – OAU
  11. 11. CERRO DEL ORO PROJECT• Widespread gold mineralization: › 460 samples average 0.47 g/t gold• Assay highlights from surface chip sampling: › 3.2m at 8.3 g/t Au › 13.8m at 2.85 g/t gold › 25.2m at 0.53 g/t gold › 64.1m at 0.45 g/t gold• Expanded mineralized intrusive/skarn domain to a 500m by 500m area from a 450m by 300m area• Underground drilling program underway and ground geophysical program commencing prior to Phase I surface drilling program Stockwork-veined intrusive 11 TSX.V – OAU
  12. 12. SANTA CATARINA & CONCORDIA-GUASIMA • Within the Sierra Rosario Gold Belt, 40km E of Mazatlan, Sinaloa • 100%-owned, 2 mineral concessions totalling 142 ha › JV with Oro Mining Ltd. (TSX.V - OGR) to acquire 75% interest in surrounding 29,000 ha Concordia/Guasima Projects (Sept.26.11 news release) 12 TSX.V – OAU
  13. 13. SANTA CATARINA PROJECTEl Capiro Pit Chip Sample HighlightsSample Width Au g/t Ag g/t • Massive sulphide zone:MCA-008 3.6m 1.099 4.00MCA-009 2.1m 1.983 5.00 • 20m averaging 3.2g/tMCA-010 2.1m 20.560 9.00 Au, hosted in carbonates (chip/ channel samples)MCA-011 3.4m 6.237 18.50MCA-012 2.9m 11.470 26.70 • Surface sampling resultsMCA-016 3.4m 11.160 8.00 yielded results up toMCA-024 3.9m 1.150 5.00 2.1m @ 20.5 g/t Au (chipMCA-025 2.7m 2.197 4.00 samples)MCA-027 2.7m 1.014 6.00MCA-032 4.4m 6.190 7.00MCA-033 4.2m 9.563 5.00MCA-034 2.8m 1.117 5.00MCA-037 1.7m 0.420 <2MCA-039 1.7m 2.623 4.00MCA-040 1.7m 17.430 12.40MCA-041 1.8m 1.470 6.00MCA-048 4.2m 0.542 <2 13 TSX.V – OAU
  14. 14. SANTA CATARINA PROJECT • Significant gold mineralization has been identified over a 650m strike extent • Grid sampling completed • 90 soil samples collected on 50 m centers over a 850 m by 200 m NE-SW oriented grid. • Results ranged from below detection to 5.4 g/t gold and averaged 0.049 g/t gold. • 22 samples fell in the +75th percentile category (>0.069 g/t gold) and they define a strong anomaly that extends northeast of the El Capiro pit for at least 250 m. • Ground geophysics planned prior Phase I drill program 14 TSX.V – OAU
  15. 15. SAN LUCAS PROJECT• Drill hole assay intercepts along the trend EL CASTILLO of gold mineralization generally suggest increasing grades & thicker intercepts to the north / northeast• Directly on trend with the 2.65 Moz. San Agustin gold project (Silver Standard)1 › 7km on structural trend to the NNE › Similar rhyolite-hosted mineralization• Additional similarities with the El Castillo SAN AGUSTIN Gold Mine (Argonaut Gold)2 located 17km to the NNE (1.7 Moz. Gold M&I) SAN LUCAS1: 15 TSX.V – OAU
  16. 16. SAN LUCAS PROJECT • Seven concessions totalling 1,235.5 ha • Gold trend structural zone can be traced over 3km before disappearing under cover to the northeast • 2,000 m drill program completed early 2011 › Hole SL-01: 0.79 g/t Au, 12 g/t Ag over 40 feet › Hole SL-11: 0.78 g/t Au, 12.5 g/t Ag over 75 feetFollow up exploration program includingsampling, trenching and geophysics beingcarried out in 2012 16 TSX.V – OAU
  17. 17. INVESTOR HIGHLIGHTS• Management team with a successful track record of exploration, development and discovery in Mexico as well as elsewhere in Latin America• Attractive portfolio of gold-focused, early-stage to drill-ready projects• Ability to advance rapidly to resource identification• Mexico has a growing economy and attractive mining legislation › Canadian companies represent nearly 70% of all mining companies in MexicoStrategy to grow organically throughfocused exploration and selectacquisitions Drill, San Lucas project 17 TSX.V – OAU
  18. 18. CONTACT INFORMATION P +1 416 309.4322 F +1 416.364.3346 E W Bay Adelaide Centre 1200 – 333 Bay St. Toronto, ONTSX Venture: OAU M5H 2R2 Frankfurt: OM8 18 TSX.V – OAU