Mrima Hill

MRIMA HILL PROJECT (70% indirect)

The Mrima Hill Project is a world class Niobium and Rare Earth Resource located in Kenya.

The resource is located on a 21 year Special Mining Licence (please note Company's Press Release # 2013-17, on purported revocation of mining licences issued since January 2013 by Kenyan Government for a 60 day review period) held by Cortec Mining Kenya Limited (“Cortec”) a private company incorporated in Kenya. Pacific Wildcat’s 70% indirect interest in Cortec is held through its two wholly owned UK holding companies, acquired in September 2012 (refer News release 2012-20).

Mrima Hill is ideally located 70km southwest of Mombasa on the Kenyan coast, with close access to crucial infrastructure including sealed roads, power, airport and the deep seaport at Mombasa, the largest in East Africa.

Pacific Wildcat have completed over 7,000 m of intensive drilling programs to define a current (July 2013) independent mineral resource estimate for Mrima Hill as can be seen in the Tables below.

Mrima Hill Niobium Mineral Resource

Total Nb2O5 Mineral Resource by Resource Category above 0.2% Nb2O5 cut-off (*)

Mineral Resource Category

Tonnes (Millions)

Average Nb2O5 (%)

Nb2O5Pounds (millions)

Measured

-

-

-

Indicated

47.8

0.66

699

Total - Measured and Indicated

47.8

0.66

699

Inferred

94.4

0.73

1,525

Total Inferred

94.4

0.73

1,525

Mineral Resource tabulation for Nb2O5 for Mrima Hill, Kenya above a 0.2% Nb2O5 cut-off and constrained within the granted mining license. Figures have been rounded off to the appropriate level of accuracy.

The table below shows the High Grade portion of the Niobium Mineral Resource estimate.

Total Nb2O5 Mineral Resource by Resource Category above 1.0% Nb2O5 cut-off (*)

Mineral Resource Category

Tonnes (Millions)

Average Nb2O5 (%)

Nb2O5Pounds (millions)

Measured

-

-

-

Indicated

5.8

1.41

181

Total - Measured and Indicated

5.8

1.41

181

Inferred

17.5

1.41

547

Total Inferred

17.5

1.41

547

Mineral Resource tabulation for Nb2O5 for Mrima Hill, Kenya above a1.0% Nb2O5 cut-off and constrained within the granted mining license. Figures have been rounded off to the appropriate level of accuracy.

Mrima Hill Rare Earth Mineral Resource

Total Rare Earth Oxide Mineral Resource by Resource Category above 1% TREO cut-off (*)

Mineral Resource Category

Tonnes (Millions)

Average TREO (%)

TREO Contained Tonnes (Millions)

Measured

-

-

-

Indicated

48.7

4.40

2.15

Total - Measured and Indicated

48.7

4.40

2.15

Inferred

110.7

3.61

4.00

Total - Inferred

110.7

3.61

4.00

  1. Mineral Resource tabulation for TREO for Mrima Hill, Kenya above a 1.0% TREO cut-off and constrained within the granted mining license. Figures have been rounded off to the appropriate level of accuracy.

The table below shows the High Grade portions of the Total Rare Earth Oxide resources above a TREO cut-off grade of 5.8%.

Total Rare Earth Oxide Mineral Resource by Resource Category above 5.8% TREO cut-off (*)

Mineral Resource Category

Tonnes (Millions)

Average TREO (%)

TREO Contained Tonnes (Millions)

Measured

-

-

-

Indicated

11.2

6.93

0.78

Total - Measured and Indicated

11.2

6.93

0.78

Inferred

15.6

7.12

1.11

Total - Inferred

15.6

7.12

1.11

2. Mineral Resource tabulation for TREO for Mrima Hill, Kenya above a 5.8% TREO cut-off and constrained within the granted mining license. Figures have been rounded off to the appropriate level of accuracy. The effective date of the mineral resource estimate presented above is 25th July, 2013.
This mineral resource estimate includes technical information which requires subsequent estimates to derive totals and weighted averages. Such estimations inherently involve a degree of rounding and consequently introduce a margin of error. Where these occur, PAW does not consider them to be material.
Mineral Resources that are not Mineral Reserves have not demonstrated economic viability. No Mineral Reserves are declared for the Mrima Hill Project. Inferred Mineral Resources have been estimated from geological evidence and limited sampling and must be treated with a lower level of confidence than Measured and Indicated Mineral Resources.

(*) For further information on the independent resource estimate please refer to News Release 2013-15 for Mineral Resource Estimate Methodology and Elemental Contributions.

Development

The Mrima Hill project has been granted a 21 year Special Mining Licence (please note Company's Press Release # 2013-17, on purported revocation of mining licences issued since January 2013 by Kenyan Government for a 60 day review period) spanning over 142ha of the project area. In July 2013 approval for the Environmental Impact Assessment Studies for Mrima Hill was also given by the National environmental Management Authority of Kenya.

Pacific Wildcat plans to now complete additional Metallurgical work to support a Preliminary Economic Assessment Study for Mrima Hill by the end of 2013.

Social Responsibility Commitment

Cortec have worked hard to gain the continued support of local community groups and the Government.

Cortec continuously contributes to the social development of the community including providing funding support for the construction of local schools and the provision of fresh water wells. Throughout its operations, Pacific Wildcat is proud to provide employment opportunities to local citizens, encourage the development of small business, help improve health and education and promote the protection of biodiversity.

26th April 2013

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His Excellency President and Commander in Chief of the Defense Forces of the Republic of Kenya, Uhuru Kenyatta (centre) with from left to right Mr. David Anderson (CMK Managing Director), Mr. Moses Masibo (Commissioner of Mines), Miss Jacqueline O'Sullivan, Mr. Don O'Sullivan (CMK Chairman), Mr. Darren Townsend (CMK Director, Mr. Jacob Juma (CMK Director) and Permanent Secretary for Internal Security Mr. Mutea Iringo.