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Cobre Montana NL
Presentation to the Annual General Meeting
24 November, 2014
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Capital structure
 84M Ordinary Shares  52M Partly Paid Shares  15M Unlisted Options  Market cap. $4.6M Strong partnerships
 Perth based Strategic Metallurgy P/L providing technical support and access to proprietary technology  Focus Minerals and Tungsten Mining providing access to areas of known mineralization  Negotiating further positions on a global basis Exclusive licensing arrangements
 Strong lithium exploration and development prospects For personal use only Cobre Montana NL holds an option over the exclusive right to use proprietary lithium
extraction technology in Western Australia, and any two other worldwide nominated
projects. This may extend to 26 years.

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Lithium (chemical symbol Li) is ‘the great enabler' of the 21st century. Lithium is the lightest
solid element and is used in the manufacture of Computers, Communication devices and
Consumer electronics (3C).
Its other uses include medical applications, colours in fireworks,
ceramics, high-temperature glass, lubricants, air purification, fuel cells, catalysts, nuclear
technology and batteries. In fact, lithium is often described as the most versatile metal on
Cobre Montana is one of the few companies globally providing investors with a clear focus on lithium. Access to a NEW PROCESSING TECHNOLOGY creates the opportunity to process lithium minerals not previously considered to be ore. For personal use only Exclusive licensing arrangements will create opportunities unavailable to competitors.

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Option to acquire Ravensthorpe lithium pegmatites Coolgardie Rare Metals Venture with FML Work commences at CRMV Lithium extraction technical assistance agreement Float results from Lepidolite Hill High-grade concentrates from Lepidolite Hill Lithium pegmatites identified at Lake Seabrook Battery grade Li carbonate produced by CXB Quarterly report 10. Seabrook Rare Metals Venture with TGN 11. 25 year exclusive licence For personal use only

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The projects are all located in Western Australia, close to developed public infrastructure, including road, rail, power and mining services. For personal use only THE PROJECTS
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Coolgardie Rare Metals Venture (80% CXB, 20% FML)
CRMV is an initiative of Cobre and Focus Minerals based on areas of high lithium pegmatites, 15km south of Coolgardie, WA. Prior mining at Lepidolite Hill has left about 400,000t of lepidolite-rich material in waste dumps. Proof-of-concept processing has produced battery- grade lithium carbonate, under the aegis of an alliance with Strategic Metallurgy. Extraction techniques developed for Lepidolite Hill will be applied to other lepidolite deposits.
Ravensthorpe (Cocanarup) Lithium Pegmatite Project (Option to acquire 100%)
Lithium and rare metals (Ta, Nb, Rb, Cs, Ga, Be etc) occur within the Cocanarup pegmatites,
which are related to the nearby Mt Cattlin deposits. Cobre has rights to a large proportion
of the Cocanarup pegmatite field. Pegmatites have been previously mined at Cocanarup for
beryl and at Mt Cattlin for spodumene (lithium).

Seabrook Rare Metals Venture (80% CXB, 20% TGN)
The SRMV (Cobre and Tungsten Mining NL) is based on lithium pegmatites located 60km
For personal use only NE of Southern Cross, WA, which are regionally associated with tungsten skarns and contain lepidolite, beryl and tourmaline. ACHIEVEMENT – PROOF OF CONCEPT
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99.6% Battery Grade lithium carbonate from Lepidolite Hill with potassium sulphate by-product (ASX: 27 Oct 2014) The lepidolite lithium extraction process is protected by patent applications. Commercial success will be underwritten by exclusive processing rights to all lepidolite occurrences in Western Australia. Two additional floating licences, for application anywhere else in the world will provide CXB with a global advantage. CXB has projects under review, around the world to capitalize on the advantage provided by its eFor personal use onlyxclusive licensing arrangements. Cobre Montana has taken lepidolite-to-lithium from concept to reality in just 3 months.
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• access to the only known, effective lepidolite processing technology • exclus ive licensing rights to use that Li extraction technology • technical assistance agreement to optimize lithium extraction from lepidolite COBRE MONTANA HAS IDENTIFIED LEPIDOLITE:
• mineralization in Western Australia • in waste dumps globally, and • in current tailings discharge of operating mines COBRE MONTANA'S PLAN IS TO CREATE VALUE
• gaining first-mover advantage under the aegis of its licences • developing a resource base to sustain lepidolite-to-lithium carbonate production For personal use only • creating value from waste streams with high lithium content. THE MARKET – CONSUMPTION & USES
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For personal use only THE MARKET - GREEN, PORTABLE POWER
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Lithium demand is increasing at 11%pa, driven largely by the battery market, which is expanding at 20%pa. Likely to Metallurgical powders accelerate, with anticipated production of Electric Vehicles expanding from 160,000 units currently to over 40,000,000 Glass and ceramics Lithium consumption by application For personal use only THE MARKET - LITHIUM SOURCES
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HARD-ROCK DEPOSITS – about 50% of global supply
Spodumene and petalite – Li/Al silicates  Found in Australia, Canada, Zimbabwe, and Portugal  Low capital, high operating cost BRINE PRODUCERS – about 50% of global supply
Concentration from soluble salts  Found in Chile, Argentina and China  High capital, low operating cost CLAY PRODUCERS – mines in the process of development
Hectorite from volcanic sources  Economics yet to be vindicated For personal use only LEPIDOLITE – the forgotten ore
• Low energy, high by-product credit THE OVERLOOKED RESOURCE
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Poor recoveries from calcine flowsheets Difficult to achieve product specification Separated and discarded as waste

• New lithium extraction technology • Atmospheric process  Impurity control  By-product credits  Very low energy requirement ACCESS TO OVERLOOKED RESOURCES
Primary lepidolite deposits Historic mine waste For personal use only Current waste and by-product streams THE MARKET - COMPETITION
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Talison, Greenbushes WA Sociedade Mineira de Pegmatite, Portugal Bikita Minerals (Pvt) Ltd, Zimbabwe Various producers in China RB Energy Inc, Quebec Lithium production by country (source USGS 2013) Hard rock lithium producers faced fierce competition in HARD-ROCK DEVELOPERS
the 1980s as brine production in South America came on Reed Resources, Mt Marion, WA stream with low operating costs. However, Greenbushes still fulfils over 30% of global requirements and 75% of Pilbara Minerals, Pilgangoora, WA Chinese demand from pegmatite mining in the SW of WA. Altura, Wodgina, WA Greenbushes is the world's highest-grade lithium mine. Advances in For personal use only processing technology, high demand and rising lithium carbonate prices have led to a resurgence in exploration and the commissioning of one new hard rock-operation in Canada. The ultimate drivers are cost and energy efficiency, which, with valuable by-product credits, will drive down the operating costs of lithium carbonate produced from lepidolite, with the potential to compete directly with the brine producers. THE STRATEGY
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To leverage an exclusive technology and deliver Battery Grade Lithium Carbonate to market

sed on completed proof-of-concept testing.


Mineral input – lepidolite  A common mineral  Readily available  Not presently used as Li chemical feed  Significant K2SO4 (potassium sulphate) credits  Potential to extract Rb (rubidium) Cs (caesium) Sr (strontium) Ga (gallium)

Energy-efficient For personal use only Low operating costs  Cheaper than competing hard-rock deposits  Comparable with brine producers THE COBRE MONTANA ADVANTAGE
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Independently verified purity of Li carbonate from lepidolite • Ongoing technical support and process optimization First mover advantage • Licence exclusivity DIRECT ACCESS TO MINERALIZATION IN THREE AREAS
• Coolgardie Rare Metals Venture with Focus Minerals Limited • Seabrook Rare Metals Venture with Tungsten Mining Limited • Option to acquire Ravensthorpe ASSESSING OPPORTUNITIES ON A GLOBAL SCALE

3C technology expanding into developing countries Rapid uptake of electric vehicles For personal use only COBRE MONTANA HAS EXCLUSIVE TECHNOLOGY RIGHTS WHICH
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Adrian Griffin - 0418 927 658 www.cobremontana.com.au For personal use only

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