One2One – Amur Minerals Investor Presentation - Proactive Investors

One2One – Amur Minerals Investor Presentation - Proactive Investors

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Corporate Mission Statement

Amur Minerals Corporation’s

mission is to continue evaluation, expansion,

and development of its large bulk mineable

Kun-Manie nickel and copper sulphide

discovery located in the Russian Far East.

Group and Asset Overview

Founded November 2003

Admitted to AIM in March 2006

100% ownership of the Kun-Manie nickel and copper

sulphide deposit

Funded with no debt

Nine years of highly successful exploration

Year on year expansion in scale and quality of asset

Positive pre feasibility study

Mining licence application submitted

Strong regional and local support

Experienced management

Group Structure

BVI Domicile - LSE Listed

100% Ownership

Russian Activity Centres


Far East District


Project Site


Licence Activities

Amur Minerals Corporation

British Virgin Islands

Irosta Trading LTD


ZAO Kun-Manie

Amur Oblast Khabarovsk Moscow

AMC Trading Statistics

Share Structure (As at 27 February 2013)

Ordinary Shares Outstanding:

353.2 million

Options (Average exercise price: 16.1p) 11.3 million

Fully Diluted Shares Outstanding: 364.5 million

Last 6 Month Period

Trading Activity – 27/2/2013

Day's Close (p) 7.99

52 Week High (p) 9.50

52 Week Low (p) 4.16

Market Capitalisation 28.22m GBP

20-Day Close M.A. (p) 7.93

50-Day Close M.A. (p) 7.50

65-Day Volume M.A. 2,435,683

Corporate Shareholding


(1 February 2013)



Related Parties (Directors) 1,827,878

Substantial Shareholders (Greater than 3%):

Nomura PB Nominees Ltd 48,447,937

TD Direct Investing Nominees 44,972,863

Barclayshare Nominees Ltd 30,814,411

Investor Nominees Ltd 22,835,550

HSDL Nominees Ltd 22,584,422

L R Nominees Ltd 18,034,806

HSBC Global Custody Nominee (UK) 17,886,744

Hargreaves Lansdown (Nominees) 11,715,257

Remaining Shareholders 134,035,311

Total Shares Outstanding 353,155,179



Ordinary Shares


Allocated Share


Robin Young - CEO 1,587,160 3,600,000

Robert Schafer -Board Chairman 146,969 2,400,000

Brian Savage - Non Executive Director 93,749 1,600,000

TOTAL 1,827,878 7,600,000

Kun-Manie – Located in the Far East

Far East



Amur Oblast Setting and Infrastructure

Rail to

Elgan Coal






700 km from China

Hydroelectric power

Year round port facilities

Elgan Coal Rail Complete

Petropavlovsk Subsidiary

2012 Accomplishments

More than 7,000 Drilled Metres

Doubled Mineralised Length at Maly Kurumkon

Identified New Deposit at Gorny

Drilled Anomaly Immediately South of Ikenskoe

Overall Drilling Has Defined Higher Grades

New Geochemical Anomalies Defined

Ata and Ataga Identified Along Kurumkon Trend to the East

Additional Two Targets Identified in the Northeast Area of the Licence

Metallurgical Test Work

Confirms Better Recoveries in all Metals

Potential to Improve Overall Concentrate Grades and Reduction of MgO

Licence Considerations

Exploration Licence Extended through 31 December 2014

Mining Licence Application Remains Under Review (New Regulations)

The Project Has Been Included Within the Far East Development Programme

Kurumkon Trend – Prime Host Target

Reserve Area

Reserve Calculation

No Resource

Chorny Ispelene










Ata &


Kurumkon Trend Western Targets

Chorney Ispelene

Faulted Extension of Maly Kurumkon

High Grade Geochemical Anomaly

Maly Kurumkon

Drilled JORC Compatible Reserve

Open Down Dip and To West


Extension of Maly Kurumkon

Doubling Length of Mineralisation By 2012 Drilling

Open to East and Down Dip

Reserves To Be Calculated


Nearly One Kilometre Long Drilled Area Defined By 2012 Drilling

Extension of Maly Kurumkon and Flangovy

Open Down Dip and Along Strike

Area Between Flangovy and Gorny – Intervening Area

Geochemistry and Geophysics

Potential Of Linking Mineralisation For a Total Length of 6 Kilometres

Kurumkon Trend Central Targets


Drilled JORC Compatible Reserve


Widely Spaced Drilling Available

Narrow, Steeply Dipping Zone

Open Down Dip and Along Strike

Kurumkon Trend Eastern Targets


Drilled JORC Compatible Reserve

Open Down Dip and Along Strike to the East


Widely Spaced Drilling Available From 2012 Programme

Potential Higher Grade Target

Extension South of Ikenskoe

Open to East and Down Dip

Results To Be Announced When Final Pt and Pd Assays Available


High Intensity Geochemical and Geophysical Anomalies

Trenches Exposing Large Thicknesses of Nickel Mineral

Primary Drill Target of 2 to 3 Kilometres Length

Potential of Targets Linking Up - Target 5 Kilometres Long

Ata and Ataga

Geochemical Anomolies Covering Previously Untested Ground

Extends the Kurumkon Trend approximately 3 to 4 Kilometres

2013 Plans

Exploration Programme

Mobilise Materials and Supplies To Support 6,000 m of Drilling Targeting

the Mining Licence Application Area

Continue Reconnaissance Work Throughout the Exploration Licence Area


Complete Estimation of Resources and Reserves

Continue to Update Capital and Operating Cost Estimates to 2013 Dollars

Conduct Additional Metallurgical Test Work

Assess Alternative Power Sources and Road Designs

Continue Environmental Site Work

Update Economic Models Using Newly Acquired Results From the Above

Continue Pursuit of the Mining Licence

Licences – Status and Procedures

Exploration Licence – Extended Through 31 December 2014

Extension Granted From Moscow

Amurnedra Authorised to Grant Extension Late 2012

Mining Licence – Completely Based on Russian Reserves

Reports From Department of Defense, Anti-Monopoly Board and State Security


Ministry of Economics Removed From Process With Rosnedra to Undertake

Concentrate Valuation Work

Rosnedra to Complete Work and Issue Approval to President’s Commission

on Strategic Deposits

Authorisation From President’s Commission To Grant Licence

Rosnedra and Ministry of Natural Resources to Approve Issuance of Mining


Mining Licence to be Finalised by Amurnedra

Far East Development Programme

Completely Independent of Licence Process

Funding Assistance Could be Available To the Project

Final Approval From Federal Level

Seeking Western Investors - AMC is Already There



Doubled Length of Maly Kurumkon

New Deposit at Gorny

Drill Results South of Ikenskoe (To Be Announced)

Metallurgical Improvements in Recovery, Concentrate

Grade, and Reduced Penalties

Exploration Licence Extension

Received Clarification Of Mining Licence Delays

2013 Exploration Programme Targeting Previously Undrilled

Kubuk Anomalies

Plans Being Implemented to Update Engineering Designs

Based on Newly Acquired Data and Information





View From Vodorazdelny Toward Ikenskoe and Sobolevsky


Nomad and Joint Broker

Joint Broker

Public Relations

Amur Minerals Corp. RBC Capital Markets Merchant Securities Tavistock Communications

Robin Young Martin Eales Lindsay Mair Jos Simson

Jessica Fontaine

+44 (0) 7981 126 818 +44 (0) 20 7653 4000 +44 (0) 20 7628 2200 +44 (0) 20 7920 3150

Appendix – JORC Resource


Tonnage Ni Ni Cu Cu $7.58 $3.55

(Mt) (%) (t) (%) (t) Ni Per Lb Cu Per Lb


Measured 3.7 0.61 22,700 0.16 5,800

Indicated 26.8 0.42 111,300 0.12 32,700

Sub-total 30.5 0.44 134,000 0.13 38,500

Inferred 5.9 0.49 28,700 0.13 7,500

Total Ikenskoe 36.4 0.45 162,700 0.13 46,000 $2,718,118,264 $359,913,200

Maly Kurumkon

Indicated 15 0.49 73,700 0.13 19,900

Inferred 11.2 0.56 62,800 0.16 17,800

Total Maly Kurumkon 26.2 0.52 136,500 0.14 37,700 $2,280,412,680 $294,972,340


Indicated 5.9 0.71 41,800 0.2 11,800 $698,324,176 $92,325,560

Total Resource

Total Measured 3.7 0.61 22,700 0.16 5,800

Total Indicated 47.7 0.48 226,800 0.13 64,400

Total Inferred 17.1 0.54 91,500 0.15 25,300

Grand Total 68.5 0.5 341,000 0.14 95,500 $ 5,696,855,120 $ 747,211,100

Caution: The value reported in the right two columns above is the USD value based

on the nickel and copper prices as at 27 February 2013. These are indicative values of

metal contained in the ground and are not to be used in consideration of investment

as they are not representative of actual results that could be derived during


Appendix – Market Comparison

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