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• Jourdan Resources Inc. is a Canadian juniormining exploration company trading under thesymbol JOR on the TSX Venture Exchange.• The Company is focused on the acquisition,exploration, development and production ofphosphate mining properties in Quebec.• Phosphates are used primarily in themanufacture of fertilizers for the agriculturalindustry.• JOR also owns the Vallée Lithium Project whichis located adjacent to Canada Lithium’s QuebecLithium Mine which is in the commissioningphase of an open-pit mine and on-siteprocessing plant with estimated capacity toproduce approximately 20,000 tonnes ofbattery-grade lithium carbonate annually.About Jourdan
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Jourdan Resources Inc. TSX-V:JORShares OutstandingWarrantsOptionsBroker WarrantsFully Diluted57,709,0769,644,1673,675,0001,281,00072,309,243Current Share Price (Feb 22/13) $0.0752-Week High / Low $0.09 / 0.04Market Capitalization $4.0 millionOptions / WarrantsAs at Feb 22, 2013No. Options /WarrantsAvg.ExercisePriceOptions 3,675,000 $0.12Warrants 9,644,167 $0.18Share StructureSignificant Shareholders OwnershipManagement & Directors 15.5%
* Historical resources in this presentation are historical estimates that predateNI 43 -101 and are not compliant with current definitions, have not been verified bythe company and consequently should not be relied on by investors.Dissimieux Lake Phosphate Project• 240.5 km2 (100% interest)• *235 million tonnes @ 3.65% P2O5 and4.72% TiO2• 3.3 km corridor of phosphatemineralization in two zones• 2012 drilling - 34 diamond drill holes -3,948.9 metres• Excellent, low cost project logistics withaccess roads throughout drill area• Less than 50 km from hydroelectricityand 150 km from Ocean port
Dissimieux Lake2012 Drilling and Phosphate ZonesDissimieux Lake Phosphate Project• 2012 drilling success combined with2011 prospecting success has lead toseveral high priority targets• 2012 drilling outlined two zones of P2O5mineralization approximately 3.3 kmlong and 150m to 200m wideSignificant results include:• 137.8 m @ 3.02% P2O5 in hole DL025• 45.0 m @ 3.20% P2O5 in hole DL001• 20.58 m @ 2.55% P2O5 in hole DL030• 18.0 m @ 4.24% P2O5 in hole DL026
Jazz Phosphate Project45 kmThe Jazz Phosphate Property is contiguous with Arianne Resources’ Paul Lake Advanced StagePhosphate Project, which has:• Paul Zone Proven and Probable Reserve of 161.7 million tonnes @ 7.16 P2O5. Measured andIndicated Resources of 590 million tonnes @ 7.13% P2O5 .• Manouane Zone proven and probable Mineral Reserves of 145.4 million tonnes @ 5.95% P2O5 .Measured and Indicated Resources of 163.8 million tonnes @ 5.88% P2O5 .• Planned annual production rate of 3 million tonnes of 38% P2O5 apatite concentrate• 17 year mine life with average operating cost of $90 / tonne of concentrate (FOB rail)• Pre-tax IRR of 23.2% and pre-tax NPV of $985 million (@ 8%) based on P2O5 price of $175/t
Jazz Phosphate Project• Jazz is an early stage phosphate explorationproject located immediately south of ArianneResources’ Paul Lake Advanced Stage PhosphateProject, approximately 200 km north of the town ofSaguenay in the Saguenay-Lac-St-Jean region,Quebec.• Jourdan has the option to acquire a 100% interestin the project by making payments of $350,000 incash/shares ($150,000 fulfilled).• Highlight results of grab samples collected byJourdan are:• H902375: 13.195% P2O5 and 10.83% TiO2• H902377: 8.187% P2O5 and 15.72% TiO2• H902379: 7.812% P2O5 and 9.42% TiO2
Jourdan Resources Inc.Vallee LithiumProjectCanada Lithium Corp.Quebec Lithium ProjectVallée Lithium Project•The Vallée Property is approximately 1km from the 30-year pit outline of theQuebec Lithium Project, and less than 2 km from the 15-year pit outline.•During early 2011 Jourdan completed a total of 21 drill holestotaling 4,256m which included the following results:• 1.19% Li2O over 5.50 metres in drill hole VAL11-20• 1.05% Li2O over 4.31 metres in drill hole VAL11-21• 1.03% Li2O over 4.63 metres in drill hole VAL11-17• 2.68% Li2O over 0.85 metres in drill hole VAL11-20•Jourdan’s Vallée Lithium Project isadjacent to Canada Lithium’sQuebec Lithium Project which is inthe commissioning phase of anopen-pit mine and on-siteprocessing plant with estimatedcapacity to produce approximately20,000 tonnes of battery-gradelithium carbonate annually.•The mineralized SpodumenePegmatite dykes which CanadaLithium are mining continue directlyonto the claims of Jourdan.Vallee Lithium Project(Jourdan Resources)Quebec Lithium Project(Canada Lithium)Detail Area(above)
Critical ElementsRose Tantalum-Lithium PropertyJourdan Resources Inc.Pivert Lithium PropertyPivert Lithium Property• Jourdan Resources’ (JOR) 60 km2 PivertLithium property is adjacent toCritical Elements’ Rose Tantalum-LithiumProperty• $5.49 billion (in situ) 43-101 compliantresource (26.5 Mt+@ 1.30% Li2O eq.indicated and 10.7 Mt+@ 1.14% Li2O eq.• 19 grab samples by JOR averaged 1.06%Li2O• During 2011, JOR completed a total of 20holes totalling 3,051 m which included thefollowing results: 1.22% Li2O and 134.8 ppm Ta2O5over 3.11 metres in hole PIV11-20 1.19% Li2O and 97.2 ppm Ta2O5 over2.03 metres in drill PIV11-17
Jourdan Resources Inc.Baillarge Molybdenum PropertyRomios GoldLa Corne Mine PropertyBaillarge Molybdenum Property• The Baillarge Property is located alongtrend of the La Corne mine, which wasoperated intermittently by MolybdiaCorporation Limited (now Romios Gold)from 1951 to 1972 as an underground mine• Total production during this period was3,838,844 tons of ore at a head grade of0.33% MoS2 (6.6 lbs/ ton) and 0.040%bismuth (0.80 lbs/ton)• JOR collected surface grab samples thathave returned up to 5.47% Mo• Sigeom reports that the Lac Baillarge-Estoccurrence on JOR’s Baillarge MolybdenumProperty also has significant lithiummineralization including 2.48% LiO2 over2.30 m drilled in 1955
Toma GoldMonster Lake propertyJourdan Resources Inc.Windy Gold PropertyWindy Gold Property• The Windy Gold Property covering 20.1km2 is an early stage exploration projectapproximately 5 km south of Toma GoldsMonster Lake Gold project located in theChibougamau, Quebec mining camp.• During the past year Toma Gold hasannounced the following drill holeintersections: 237.6 gpt Au over 5.70 m 33.6 gpt Au over 5.85 m 11.5 gpt Au over 5.30 m 42.0 gpt Au over 7.20 m 101.2 gpt Au over 4.50 m
Jourdan – ManagementMichael Dehn, President, CEO & DirectorWith over 21 years of experience in the mining industry, Michael was President, CEOand Director of Nayarit Gold Inc. from September 2005 to April 2007. Between 1994 and2005, he worked as an exploration geologist and later as a Senior Geologist withGoldcorp Inc. Michael has been a director of publicly traded and private junior miningcompanies, with listings on the TSX, TSX-V, Frankfurt, Berlin, OTCBB and Pink Sheets.His expertise lies in grassroots to advanced minerals exploration, marketing andfinancing junior companies. Michael has worked in diamond, base metals, preciousmetals, industrial minerals, oil and natural gas, as well as sand, gravel and peatdeposits, primarily in the Americas on private, public company and government projects.Najib Moutia, COONajib had a 30-year career at the Office Chérifien des Phosphates (OCP) in Morocco,the world’s largest producer of phosphates, using outstanding negotiation and business-development skills as well as abilities to operate in a wide range of culturalenvironments to break into new markets and achieve superior sales growth in theSouth-Asia & Pacific region. Mr. Moutia has a MSc. In Chemical Engineering from theUniversity of Bordeaux, France. Previous project work with OCP includes theestablishment of the JV and construction of the processing plant in Morocco providingphosphoric acid to feed a Diammonium phosphate (DAP) production plant in Pakistan.Mr. Moutia made extensive inroads for phosphate rock sales into New Zealand,Australian, Thailand and the Phillippines, increasing market share in some cases from10% to 90%.Glen Wylie, CMA, CFOGlen has over 14 years of accounting experience with small, private companies. He alsobrings with him small business ownership & management experience, a Bachelor ofBusiness Administration (B.B.A.) degree from Wilfrid Laurier University, and a CertifiedManagement Accountant (CMA) designation. Prior to Avanti, he spent several years inthe film & television industry before working more recently with Nayarit Gold Inc. apublicly traded junior exploration company listed on the TSX Venture Exchange doingconsulting in a marketing & corporate services capacity.Stephen Wallace, VP Exploration, P GeoStephen is a professional geologist who is a member of the Association of ProfessionalGeoscientists of Ontario (APGO) and has over 30 years of exploration experiencethroughout Canada and internationally. Until recently he held the position of Senior VPExploration of Trade Winds Ventures Inc. (TWD) a TSX Venture company, which wasacquired by Detour Gold Inc. Prior to working with TWD Mr. Wallace was the Presidentand CEO of Castle Resources Inc., a TSX Venture company. Throughout his career,Mr. Wallace has held management and technical positions with major and juniorresource companies including Goldcorp, BHP and Noranda.Marc Labrecque, D.E.C., Corporate SecretaryMr. Labrecque previously owned a supermarket under Loeb and Provigo and eventuallyselling to Provigo in 2000. He held the position of director of the supermarket, and wasregional supervisor for Loblaws from 2000 to 2004. During the past 5 years, Mr.Labrecque has managed different projects in the mining industry located on QuebecsNorth Shore and the James Bay area. In July 2011, he was appointed CFO of ActiveGrowth Capital Inc.
Jourdan – Board of DirectorGuy Girard, MBA, DirectorMr. Girard has been a Director of Jourdan Resources Inc., since June 2006. He is alsoone of the partners in Sugarhill Capital, a consulting company in financings and M&A.Mr. Girard was the founder of Avensys Corporation Inc. and sold the company 2003.He holds a Bachelors degree in finance obtained in 1985 and a Masters in finance in1992 from Laval University.Émilien Séguin, P. Geo., DirectorMr. Séguin is president and founder of Minorex Mining Specialists Inc., a geological andmining consulting firm having been active in Africa from 1983 to 2003. He previouslyserved as a director of S.E.S Mining Group from 1975 to 1980 that later financed bySERU Nuclear of France, Eldorado Nuclear (Government of Canada) and Société deDéveloppement de la Baie James (Government of Quebec). Mr. Séguin is the foundingmember of l’Ordre des Géologues du Québec.Yves Grou, CA, DirectorMr. Grou is a member of the Quebec Institute of Chartered Accountants. He was a co-founder and partner of Grou, La Salle & Associates CA (GLA) based in Montréal(Québec). Mr. Grou has coordinated and lead successful reverse take-overs of severalpublic companies, in many sectors inclusive of the mining sector located in France,Cuba, Thailand, West Africa and China. Mr. Grou has also previously worked with Ernst& Young (Montreal) and was a part-time professor in the Accounting and FinanceProgram at McGill University. He holds a Bachelor in Commerce degree from McGillUniversity.Dr. Donald R. M. Quick, DirectorDr. Quick served as a Goldcorp director from 2000 to 2006, and previously was adirector for CSA Management, which he helped successfully merge with Goldcorp in2000. As a director of Goldcorp, he was involved with three successful mining industrymergers including Goldcorps $2.6 billion merger with Wheaton River Gold; thecombined Goldcorp/Barrick Gold Corp. acquisition of placer Dome Inc.; and the $8.6billion acquisition of Glamis Gold Inc. by Goldcorp. The latter two transactions were thelargest gold mining deals in Canadian history. Dr. Quick has been a board member ofMcEwen Mining and its predecessor company Minera Andes since 2008.Michael Dehn, President, CEO & DirectorWith over 21 years of experience in the mining industry, Michael was President, CEOand Director of Nayarit Gold Inc. from September 2005 to April 2007. Between 1994and 2005, he worked as an exploration geologist and later as a Senior Geologist withGoldcorp Inc. Michael has been a director of publicly traded and private junior miningcompanies, with listings on the TSX, TSX-V, Frankfurt, Berlin, OTCBB and Pink Sheets.His expertise lies in grassroots to advanced minerals exploration, marketing andfinancing junior companies. Michael has worked in diamond, base metals, preciousmetals, industrial minerals, oil and natural gas, as well as sand, gravel and peatdeposits, primarily in the Americas on private, public company and governmentprojects.
What is Phosphate Rock?Phosphate rock is the only economical source of phosphorus for manufacturing phosphaticfertilizers and chemicals. Deposits are widely distributed throughout the world and are generallymined by using surface mining methods. The United States is the worlds largest producer ofphosphate rock, with annual production of about 45 Mt of marketable rock, accounting for morethan 30 percent of total world production. Florida and North Carolina produce the largestamounts, with a combined 85 percent of the U.S. output, followed by Idaho and Utah.Phosphate rock, when used in an untreated form, is not very soluble and provides little availablephosphorus to plants, except in some moist acidic soils. Treating phosphate rock with sulfuricacid makes phosphoric acid, the basic material for producing most phosphatic fertilizers.Phosphatic fertilizers include diammonium phosphate (DAP) and monoammonium phosphate(MAP), which are produced by reacting phosphoric acid with ammonia, and triplesuperphosphate, produced by treating phosphate rock with phosphoric acid. More than 90percent of the phosphate rock mined in the United States is used to produce about 12 Mt/yr ofphosphoric acid. Domestic consumption of phosphate in fertilizers has averaged 4.5 Mt/yr since1994.The United States supplies most of the phosphate fertilizers in the world. Overall, more than 50percent of the phosphoric acid produced in the United States is exported as finished fertilizers orcommercial acid. The United States accounts for more than 50 percent of global interregionaltrade in phosphates; 90 percent in MAP; and 75 percent in DAP. The United States also importssome phosphate rock for processing -- about 1.8 Mt/yr.
Fertilizer Consumption: Historical &ProjectedTable 4.15 Fertilizer consumption: historical and projectedTotalconsumption million tons of nutrient (N, P and K) percent p.a.Sub-Saharan Africa1961/19632005/200720501961-20071997-20072005/2007-20302030-20500.2 1 6 4.3 0.4 3.7 3.1Latin America 1.1 17 45 5.6 5.4 3.2 1.1Near East / North Africa 0.5 8 12 6.0 2.6 1.1 1.1South Asia 0.6 27 59 8.2 3.0 2.5 1.0East Asia 1.9 62 79 7.7 4.0 0.8 0.3Developing countries 4.3 114 201 7.2 3.8 1.7 0.8excl. China and India 2.9 42 94 6.0 3.6 2.4 1.1Developed countries 30.0 51 62 0.5 -0.3 0.6 0.3World 34.3 166 263 3.0 2.4 1.4 0.7Per harvested hectare kg/ha percent p.a.1961/19632005/200720501961-20071997-20072005/2007-20302030-2050Sub-Saharan Africa 1.9 8 27 2.6 -1.6 3.1 2.6Latin America 15.1 122 250 4.4 3.0 2.4 0.7Near East / North Africa 10.3 113 170 5.3 1.9 0.9 0.9South Asia 3.4 121 268 7.7 2.7 2.5 1.0East Asia 9.6 210 256 6.9 3.3 0.6 0.3Developing countries 7.3 127 200 6.3 2.7 1.4 0.6excl. China and India 9.6 79 144 4.7 1.9 1.9 0.8Developed countries 75.9 144 166 0.8 0.0 0.3 0.3World 35.0 132 191 2.5 1.7 1.1 0.5Source: Alexandratos, N. and J. Bruinsma. 2012. World agriculture towards 2030/2050:the 2012 revision. ESA Working paper No. 12-03. Rome, FAO.If projected fertilizer consumption iscorrect – there will be 1.4% annualincrease in the demand for fertilizersfrom now until 2030, dropping to0.70% from 2030-2050.What that means is the globaldemand for phosphates shouldincrease 27% from 2013 to 2030,suggesting that 25% more supplywill be required to meet globaldemand.Canada is a net importer ofphosphate. The only currentlyproducing phosphate mine inCanada, operated by Agrium, is setto close in 2013.The US imported approximately 4%of its phosphate requirements. TheUS, formerly the largest globalphosphate producer, has dropped tonumber 3 behind China and justbehind Morocco.
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