Green fields

Abundant signs of zoned mineralising system

Ignored potential: no meaningful exploration activity since 1980’s

~15km west of Abbeytown

Ireland: A Major Zinc Destination

Ireland is an attractive mining and exploration destination. It is a stable country within the European Union with a long mining tradition, diverse geology with a wealth of mineral potential and highly-developed infrastructure. The government provides a balanced regulatory environment, which supports mining investment.

Green fields

Abundant signs of zoned mineralising system

Ignored potential: no meaningful exploration activity since 1980’s

~15km west of Abbeytown

The advantages of developing and operating mining projects in Ireland include:

Established mining infrastructure with open access rail, road and ports.

Track record of clean, high-value zinc concentrates

Corporate tax rate 25%, discretionary royalty rate typically on a sliding scale from 1.5% in early years to 4.5% for later years

Well established quality mining province with highly skilled workforce, support industries and neighbouring producers.

Capital allowances include exploration and development expenditure, expenditure on plant, machinery, buildings, up to 100%

Immediate write-off of exploration and development expenditure

Cost of rehabilitation after closure is tax deductible

#9 ranked jurisdiction in the global Fraser Institute annual mining survey (2016)

District Scale Potential

100%-owned by Erris Resources

A flagship project acquired by direct application in 2013 and subject to reinterpretation and fresh work

Project Area 159 km², 4 discrete prospects: Skreen, Lugawarry, Streamstown, Abbeytown

Proven mineral district (historic lead-silver mine)

Historically overlooked Carboniferous limestones

High-quality road network with nearby rail and electricity transmission lines, airport and port

Shallow and high grade

Copper potential at depth

Targeting >8Mt at ~12% combined

Green fields

Abundant signs of zoned mineralising system

Ignored potential: no meaningful exploration activity since 1980’s

~15km west of Abbeytown

Ireland: A Major Zinc Destination

Ireland is an attractive mining and exploration destination. It is a stable country within the European Union with a long mining tradition, diverse geology with a wealth of mineral potential and highly-developed infrastructure. The government provides a balanced regulatory environment, which supports mining investment.

Ireland is known for its zinc discoveries and is ranked first in the world for zinc mineralisation per square kilometre.

Green fields

Abundant signs of zoned mineralising system

Ignored potential: no meaningful exploration activity since 1980’s

~15km west of Abbeytown

The advantages of developing and operating mining projects in Ireland include:

Established mining infrastructure with open access rail, road and ports.

Track record of clean, high-value zinc concentrates

Corporate tax rate 25%, discretionary royalty rate typically on a sliding scale from 1.5% in early years to 4.5% for later years

Well established quality mining province with highly skilled workforce, support industries and neighbouring producers.

Capital allowances include exploration and development expenditure, expenditure on plant, machinery, buildings, up to 100%

Immediate write-off of exploration and development expenditure

Cost of rehabilitation after closure is tax deductible

#9 ranked jurisdiction in the global Fraser Institute annual mining survey (2016)

District Scale Potential

100%-owned by Erris Resources

A flagship project acquired by direct application in 2013 and subject to reinterpretation and fresh work

Project Area 159 km², 4 discrete prospects: Skreen, Lugawarry, Streamstown, Abbeytown

Proven mineral district (historic lead-silver mine)

Historically overlooked Carboniferous limestones

High-quality road network with nearby rail and electricity transmission lines, airport and port

Shallow and high grade

Copper potential at depth

Sweden: A Proven Mining Destination

Sweden has a history of mining and metal refining stretching back more than a thousand years. Today, Sweden is one of the EU's leading ore and metal producers. Sweden is by far the largest iron ore producer in the EU and is also among the foremost producers of base and precious metals.

Most of the mines are found in Sweden's three ore regions, Norrbotten, the Skellefteå field and Bergslagen. In Sweden today, around 80 million tonnes of ore are mined. 16 mines were in operation in 2013.

Green fields

Abundant signs of zoned mineralising system

Ignored potential: no meaningful exploration activity since 1980’s

~15km west of Abbeytown

The advantages of developing and operating mining projects in Sweden include:

Established bulk commodity infrastructure with open access rail, road and ports.

Low cost power from hydro-electric and nuclear grid.

Corporate tax rate 22%, Mineral Production tax rate 0.2%.

Well established quality mining province with highly skilled workforce, support industries and neighbouring producers.

Fennoscandian shield hosts large mineral deposits but remains under-explored relative to peers.

#8 ranked jurisdiction in the global Fraser Institute annual mining survey (2016)

Lies in the Skellefte district

100 % owned by Erris Resources

21 historic drill holes – relogged and reinterpreted by Erris

Significant historic drill intersections: 5.2m at 4.28 g/t Au, 4.6m at 2.8 g/t Au & 5.7m at 2.53 g/t Au

Sheeted quartz-arsenopyrite +/- chalcopyrite veinlets & a separate magnetite-quartz-carbonate-epidote +/- sulphides (pyrrhotite/pyrite) phase

High grade float: 11.60 g/t Au, 0.7% Cu, 208 ppm Ag

Contact UK Office

Erris Resources plc
29-31 Castle Street
High Wycombe
Buckinghamshire
HP13 6RU
United Kingdom

E-mail: info@errisresources.com
Tel: +44 (0) 20 7236 1177

Contact Irish office

Erris Resources Ltd
The Bunaglow
Newport Road
Castlebar
Co. Mayo
F23 YF24
Ireland

E-mail: info@errisresources.com

Ireland Projects

Abbeytown

Sweden Projects

Brännberg

Green fields

Abundant signs of zoned mineralising system

Ignored potential: no meaningful exploration activity since 1980’s

~15km west of Abbeytown

Ireland: A Major Zinc Destination

Ireland is an attractive mining and exploration destination. It is a stable country within the European Union with a long mining tradition, diverse geology with a wealth of mineral potential and highly-developed infrastructure. The government provides a balanced regulatory environment, which supports mining investment.

Green fields

Abundant signs of zoned mineralising system

Ignored potential: no meaningful exploration activity since 1980’s

~15km west of Abbeytown

The advantages of developing and operating mining projects in Ireland include:

Established mining infrastructure with open access rail, road and ports.

Track record of clean, high-value zinc concentrates

Corporate tax rate 25%, discretionary royalty rate typically on a sliding scale from 1.5% in early years to 4.5% for later years

Well established quality mining province with highly skilled workforce, support industries and neighbouring producers.

Capital allowances include exploration and development expenditure, expenditure on plant, machinery, buildings, up to 100%

Immediate write-off of exploration and development expenditure

Cost of rehabilitation after closure is tax deductible

#9 ranked jurisdiction in the global Fraser Institute annual mining survey (2016)

District Scale Potential

100%-owned by Erris Resources

A flagship project acquired by direct application in 2013 and subject to reinterpretation and fresh work

Project Area 159 km², 4 discrete prospects: Skreen, Lugawarry, Streamstown, Abbeytown

Proven mineral district (historic lead-silver mine)

Historically overlooked Carboniferous limestones

High-quality road network with nearby rail and electricity transmission lines, airport and port

Shallow and high grade

Copper potential at depth

Targeting >8Mt at ~12% combined

Sweden: A Proven Mining Destination

Sweden has a history of mining and metal refining stretching back more than a thousand years. Today, Sweden is one of the EU's leading ore and metal producers. Sweden is by far the largest iron ore producer in the EU and is also among the foremost producers of base and precious metals.

Most of the mines are found in Sweden's three ore regions, Norrbotten, the Skellefteå field and Bergslagen. In Sweden today, around 80 million tonnes of ore are mined. 16 mines were in operation in 2013.

Green fields

Abundant signs of zoned mineralising system

Ignored potential: no meaningful exploration activity since 1980’s

~15km west of Abbeytown

The advantages of developing and operating mining projects in Sweden include:

Established bulk commodity infrastructure with open access rail, road and ports.

Low cost power from hydro-electric and nuclear grid.

Corporate tax rate 22%, Mineral Production tax rate 0.2%.

Well established quality mining province with highly skilled workforce, support industries and neighbouring producers.

Fennoscandian shield hosts large mineral deposits but remains under-explored relative to peers.

#8 ranked jurisdiction in the global Fraser Institute annual mining survey (2016)

Centerra Gold Designated Project

Lies in the western extent of the Skellefte district

Less than 10 km to the east is the Adak area where past production is estimated at 11 Mt @ 1.57 % Cu

Centerra Gold Designated Project

Historic trenching included 20m @ 2.3 g/t Au inc. 5m @ 6.4 g/t Au & 1 % Cu

Granodiorite with fracture-controlled & disseminated coarse-grained sulphides (chalcopyrite, arsenopyrite, pyrrhotite and pyrite)

Lies in the Skellefte district

100 % owned by Erris Resources

21 historic drill holes – relogged and reinterpreted by Erris

Localised massive sulphide replacement and pyrite veins

Sericite-chlorite-silica +/- pyrite alteration zone extends 2km x 0.5km

Trench sample 1.045 g/t Au and 0.88 % Cu

Historic drilling included 20m @ 2.5 g/t Au

1984 – 1988 112 drill holes up to 83m depth in area approx. 570m x 330m

New boulders up to 5.96 g/t Au

Mineralised corridor running northwest for 11km through the permit area

Significant drill intersections: 5.2m at 4.28 g/t Au, 4.6m at 2.8 g/t Au & 5.7m at 2.53 g/t Au

Sheeted quartz-arsenopyrite +/- chalcopyrite veinlets & a separate magnetite-quartz-carbonate-epidote +/- sulphides (pyrrhotite/pyrite) phase

High grade float: 11.60 g/t Au, 0.7% Cu, 208 ppm Ag

Contact UK Office

Erris Resources plc
29-31 Castle Street
High Wycombe
Buckinghamshire
HP13 6RU
United Kingdom

E-mail: info@errisresources.com
Tel: +44 (0)207 236 117

Contact Irish office

Erris Resources Ltd
Linenhall Street
Castlebar
Co. Mayo
F23 CK00
Ireland

E-mail: info@errisresources.com
Tel: +353 (0)94 906 0936

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