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  • BME company presentation, 2016

    Blast Mining EnterprisesReliable, cost effective, innovative consultancy services for the Mining Industry

  • Cautionary statement

    This presentation has been prepared by Blast Mining Enterprises (BME). By accessing/attending this presentation you acknowledge that you have read and understood the following statement.

    Confidentiality

    BME respects the general confidentiality of its (potential) Clients confidential information whether formally agreed with them or not and BME therefore expects the contents of this document to be treated as confidentialby the Recipients. The Recipients may not release the technical and pricing information contained in this document or any other documents submitted by BME to the Recipients, or otherwise make it or them available toany third party without the express written consent of BME.

    Copyright

    Copyright (and any other applicable intellectual property rights) in this document and any accompanying data or models which are created by BME are reserved by BME and protected by international copyright and otherlaws. Copyright in any component parts of this document such as images is owned and reserved by the copyright owner so noted within this document.

    Forward-looking statements

    This document contains certain forward-looking statements with respect to the business of Blast Mining Enterprises. The words intend, aim, project, anticipate, estimate, plan, believes, expects, may,should, will, target, set to or similar expressions, commonly identify such forward-looking statements.

    Forward-looking statements involve known and unknown risks, uncertainties, assumptions and other factors set forth in this presentation.

    For example, future business in which BME is involved is dependent on a number of factors and may vary significantly dependent on the timing and feasibility of projects in which BME is involved. Other factors includethe ability to produce and transport products profitably, demand for our products, changes to the assumptions regarding the value of our tangible and intangible assets, the effect of foreign currency exchange rates onmarket prices and operating costs, and activities by governmental authorities, such as changes in taxation or regulation, and political uncertainty.

    In light of these risks, uncertainties and assumptions, actual results could be materially different from projected future results expressed or implied by these forward-looking statements which speak only as to the dateof this presentation. Except as required by applicable regulations or by law, BME does not undertake any obligation to publicly update or revise any forward-looking statements, whether as a result of new informationor future events. BME cannot guarantee that its forward-looking statements will not differ materially from actual results.

    Liability

    BME acts as a consultant and is not liable for any decisions made based upon this document. Liability for goods and services is limited to the value of the goods and services provided to it past, current, or prospectiveClients.

    Disclaimer

    Neither this presentation, nor the question and answer session, nor any part thereof, may be recorded, transcribed, distributed, published or reproduced in any form, except as permitted by Blast Mining Enterprises. Byaccessing/ attending this presentation, you agree with the foregoing and, upon request, you will promptly return any records or transcripts at the presentation without retaining any copies.

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  • Overview

    Introduction

    Our DNA

    Services offered

    Our work

    Business model

    Contact details

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    BME commodity experience

  • Introduction to Blast Mining Enterprises

    BME was founded in 2010 in Amsterdam, in the Netherlands

    Private business owned by its employees

    Today BME consists of three business units:

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    Consultancy Products Investments

    Covered in this presentation

  • Our DNA (1/2)

    Our mission

    We consider it a privilege to serve a wide range of Clients from the Mining Industry and provide reliable, cost effective, and innovative solutions in a timely fashion.

    Our vision

    Minimize Industry impact on our environment whilst increasing safety, improving production performance, and reducing risks involved.

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  • Our DNA (2/2)

    Our approach

    Projects pursued present synchronous improvements to:

    Improve health, safety, and environmental issues

    Increase financial performance

    Optimize technical feasibility and operational risk

    Our impact

    These pillars protect long term projects from the rigors of economic cycles, increase the project potential for success, and maximize the competitive advantage attained.

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  • Services offered

    Reliable, cost effective, innovative consultancy services

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    Mine design

    Feasibility studies

    Business improvement

    Mergers & acquisitions

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  • Our work Mine Design (1/4)

    Whittle pit shell optimization

    BME determines which part of a resource can be extracted economically.

    Estimations are based on the geology, primary mine design criteria, commodity prices, and exchange rates.

    Results are optimized based on feasibility study outcomes.

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    Whittle optimization outcomes for a base metal mine depicted with Surpac software

  • Our work Mine Design (2/4)

    Greenfields project mine design

    Mine designs are based on the optimal economic contours defined by WhittleTM

    pit shell optimization, safety, and other practical operational considerations.

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    Mine designs for a gold project

  • Our work Mine Design (3/4)

    Brownfields project mine design

    BME also creates designs for mine extensions or optimizations based oncontinuous business improvement principles, such as designs for a limestonequarry extension depicted below.

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    Existing excavations Ultimate pit designIntermediate design

  • Our work Mine Design (4/4)

    Mine scheduling

    BME schedules how to extract the reserve safely, economically, at minimal risk, and bearing in mind site specific constraints. The phased approach depicted was developed to support the exploitation of a limestone quarry for which the start of excavation preceded the removal of a water main.

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    Initial excavation Ultimate pit after water main removal

    Overview level access

  • Our work Feasibility studies (1/3)

    Feasibility studies

    BME carries out various level feasibility studies for projects in a wide range of commodities:

    Scoping studies

    Pre-feasibility studies

    Feasibility studies

    Due diligence

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    Overview of the stripping ratio for varying LBMA Au prices (fictional example)

  • Our work Feasibility studies (2/3)

    Activities include sizing of processing facilities, equipment, and material handling infrastructure based on mine design and optimization outcomes.

    Main project drivers are identified through sensitivity analysis carried out on the discounted project cash flow.

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    Sensitivity analysis (fictional example)

  • Our work Feasibility studies (3/3)

    BME also engages in strategic project portfolio selection. Evaluations are based on scoping, pre-feasibility, or feasibility study outcomes.

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    Strategy based project portfolio selection (fictional example)

  • Our work Business improvement (1/3)

    Business improvement

    BME starts by observing existing processes in place and the time required to carry out repetitive activities.

    Cycle time analysis results are often fundamental to quantify and visualize potential gains achieved by applying continuous business improvement principles.

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    Cycle time analysis for an underground potash mine (fictional example)

  • Our work Business improvement (2/3)

    BME identifies bottlenecks and their causes based on analyses of avoidable losses and establishes where additional equipment or the use of superior processes or technology have a beneficial impact.

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    Analysis of avoidable losses (fictional example)

  • Our work Business improvement (3/3)

    These are areas in which BME optimizes the value chain.

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    BME value chain optimization activities

  • Our work Mergers a

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