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Stan's Energy Corporate presentation at the Critical Metals Investment Symposium, January 22, 2011

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  1. 1. Statements contained in this presentation which are not historical facts are forward-looking statements thatinvolve risks, uncertainties and other factors that could cause actual results to differ materially from thoseexpressed or implied by such forward-looking statements. Factors that could cause such differences, withoutlimiting the generality of the following, include: risks inherent in exploration activities; volatility andsensitivity to market prices for uranium and rare earths; volatility and sensitivity to capital marketfluctuations; the impact of exploration competition; the ability to raise funds through private or publicequity financings; imprecision in resource and reserve estimates; environmental and safety risks includingincreased regulatory burdens; unexpected geological or hydrological conditions; a possible deterioration inpolitical support for nuclear energy and rare earth technologies; changes in government regulations andpolicies, including trade laws and policies; demand for nuclear power and rare earth products; failure toobtain necessary permits and approvals from government authorities; weather and other natural phenomena;and other exploration, development, operating, financial market and regulatory risks. Although Stans EnergyCorp. believes that the assumptions inherent in the forward-looking statements are reasonable, unduereliance should not be placed on these statements, which only apply as of the date of this release. StansEnergy Corp. disclaims any intention or obligation to update or revise any forward-looking statement,whether as a result of new information, future events or otherwise. United States investors are advised thatwhile the term "inferred" resources is recognized and required by Canadian regulations, the SEC does notrecognize that term. Investors are cautioned not to assume that all or any part of mineral deposits in thiscategory will ever be converted into reserves.
  2. 2. Kutessay II REE Mine 51,300 mtTREO, 0.3 grade, 48% HREEs (historical) Element Oxide Historical REO$/Kg USD REEs % DEC. 2010Yttrium (Y) 26.69 76.00Dysprosium (Dy) 6.26 286.00 Kalesay Kutessay IIITerbium (Tb) 1.15 625.00Europium (Eu) 2.51 610.00 Aktyuz Kutessay IINeodymium (Nd) 8.49 85.00Erbium (Er) 4.82 50.18Praseodymium (Pr) 3.20 81.00Gadolinium (Gd) 2.69 40.00Samarium (Sm) 3.81 35.00Holmium (Ho) 1.16 38.38Thulium (Tm) 0.05 790.00Ytterbium (Yb) 1.77 62.50Lutetium (Lu) 0.06 250.92Cerium (Ce) 25.02 60.00Lanthanum (La) 9.12 60.00
  3. 3. Kutessay II REE Breakdown Kutessay II REE Breakdown by Value (% of Ore) (FOB prices in USDDec. 2010) La La Y 9.42% Y 5.30% Ce 27.57% 20.68% 14.54% Ce Lu 25.85% 0.23% Pr Yb 2.51% 4.71% Lu Tm0.06% 0.38% Nd Yb 6.99% Er1.83% 2.70% Tm0.05% Ho Sm Er 0.49% 1.29% 4.98% Ho Pr 1.20% Dy 3.31% Dy 6.47% Tb Nd Eu Gd 17.34% 1.19% Eu Sm 8.77% 14.83% 2.78% Gd 2.59% 3.94% Tb 1.04% LREEs 6.96% LREEs HREEs HREEs Average REO price of $99/kg
  4. 4. Stans Energy Corp owns 100% of a20-year Mining Licence for KutessayII, signed on December 29, 2009Known, proven metallurgical processHistorical recovery rate of 65%On Jan 13, 2011, Stans purchased the processing complex that previouslyseparated concentrate from Kutessay II into 120 different final REproducts, including oxides, metals and alloysThe mine and processing facility previously produced 80% of the FormerSoviet Union’s REEs for 30 years
  5. 5. • KCMP was designed to separate REEs from Kutessay II RE concentrate• Almost all equipment remains on site, 97% of which is in good or satisfactory working condition• Produced 120 different oxides, metals, and alloys up to 99.99%• Under care and maintenance since 1991, continued to produce HRE metals from stored concentrates until 2010• Rail terminal connects to Russia, China, Korea, by ferry to Japan, and to the Middle East
  6. 6. September 13, 2010 :Stans Energy Corp. signed an agreement with Leading RussianResearch Institute of Chemical Technology to evaluate and pursue rareearth acquisitions in the Russian Federation. Canada Honorary Consul of the Kyrgyz Republic Russia for Canada Kyrgyzstan VNIIHT CSRL IGPMG RAS ARRIMR Kyrgyz-Russian Slavic University GEOTEP
  7. 7. IMMEDIATE GOAL:‘Stans Energy will become the first HREEs producer outside ofChina by revitalizing its 100% owned, former REEsmine, Kutessay II’
  8. 8. What’s Next?Confirm the extensive Russian and Establish relationships with end usersKyrgyz geological data on Kutessay II of REEs and evaluate partnershipby producing a JORC resource opportunitiesestimate and complete a new mine Upgrade the past metallurgicaldesign process (specifically at theClose the purchase of the KCMP RE concentrate stage) to implement newprocessing complex and commence technologies, chemicals, and solventsa program to refurbish and redesign Commence a feasibility study onits scale. resuming production at Kutessay IIComplete geophysical survey of the Assemble mining, milling, andentire Aktyuz Ore Field to locate metallurgical team to restartadditional drill targets Kutessay II, and KCMP Evaluate additional HRE acquisitions in areas of the former Soviet Union
  9. 9. Stock Exchange RUU (TSX-Venture)Shares Outstanding 132,397,183Warrants 3,025,000Options 12,740,000Total (fully diluted) 148,162,183Market Cap (18 Jan) C$255 mShare price (18 Jan) C$1.7252 week high/low C$1.84 / C$0.19Net cash C$2.6 mDebt Nil

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