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Mabwe Minerals, Inc. (MBMI) Maintains Thriving Industry Partnerships

September 4, 2014

The right connections and partnerships are important to Mabwe Minerals, a Raptor Resources Holdings (RRHI) subsidiary dealing with the mining, logistics and commercial sale of barite and other industrial minerals and metals in Zimbabwe.

Mabwe’s key operations are at Dodge Mine, a mine located on a rich hydrothermal mountain range in Shamva, Zimbabwe, and indicating the presence of high-grade barite, an abundance of limestone and talc, and widespread gossan deposits that typically indicate the existence of copper, zinc, nickel and gold.

According to surveys and studies, Dodge Mine hosts some of the best API-grade barite around. This kind of barite can cover the market’s demand for weighting agents used during oil and gas drilling to prevent well blowouts and/or shaft collapses, or it can serve as a component in the automotive, medical diagnostic, heavy concrete and paint pigment fields. These are incredibly substantial markets with significant potential for growth.

Consequently, Mabwe has strategically selected and secured the right partners to gain access to these markets and to an established customer base. Those partners are Yasheya Limited and Steinbock Minerals and, with them, Mabwe is now in a suitable place from which it can cater to the growing demands of the oil and gas market off the coast of Mozambique and South Africa. With these partnerships, Mabwe has also found a way in with a customer base that extends from Europe to the Middle East. This base comprises an expansive network of barite customers as well as a multibillion dollar oil and gas company that has entered into a 3 million ton supplier agreement with Mabwe.

Overall, Mabwe’s business alliances are set up to provide the company with cost-effective, dependable support for its mining and shipping operations as well as a strong regional and global presence. These partnerships also offer added benefits:

  • Improved margins due to tight logistical operations
  • Recognized global delivery network
  • Pairings with several leading mining companies

For more information, visit the company’s website at www.mabweminerals.com.

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Mabwe Minerals Inc. (MBMI) and Partners Drawing Out Valuable Barite from Dodge Mine

August 28, 2014

Mabwe Minerals, operating as a subsidiary of Raptor Resources Holdings Inc. (OTCQB: RRHI), has its business activities entrenched in mining, logistics coordination and commercial sales of industrial minerals and metals. Strategically aligned with another Raptor subsidiary, TAG Minerals, Mabwe’s current focus is aimed at developing Dodge Mine located in Shamva, Zimbabwe, approximately 62 kilometers northeast of the country’s capital, Harare.

Dodge Mine’s resources are attractive due to its hydrothermal mountains known to be rich in deposits of superior-grade barite, limestone, and talc. Its world-class quality barite deposits are valuable due to their high content of barium sulfate (BaSO4) with a specific gravity of 4.5 g/cm3. Applications for barite are numerous. The automotive, medical diagnosis, and paint additive industries all make use of the mineral, but its greatest value resides in the oil and gas production industry. For example, when wells are drilled, the bit passes through a variety of formations – each possessing unique characteristics. The deeper the well, the higher percentage of barite is needed in the mud mix to prevent blow outs. Also beneficial is the fact that barite is non-magnetic and does not interfere with measurements taken in the borehole.

From a mining production efficiency standpoint, Mabwe Minerals uses customized equipment, developed by their strategic partners for yielding high percentages of salvageable barite as the company tracks existing barite veins. Barite types include bright-white, chemical, industrial and API grades.

MBMI works with several partners in its mining, transporting, and distributing recovered commodities operations. The company has assembled a network of industry alliances to create a turnkey organization for bringing the Dodge Mine’s recoverable barite deposits to market.

WGB Kinsey & Company, Mabwe Minerals’ Zimbabwe affiliate, having 25 percent ownership share, oversees and manages Dodge Mine’s production, expansion, workforce supervision, safety, health, environmental compliance issues and transfer of barite to the Shamva Rail Depot. MBMI is in experienced hands with WGB Kinsey as its tenure in the mining business began 58 years ago.

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Mabwe Minerals Inc. (MBMI) Moves Dodge Mine Forward on the Back of Key Partners

August 22, 2014

For Mabwe Minerals, currently involved in aggressive development of a major barite deposit at the Dodge Mine in Zimbabwe, Africa, dealing with dependable partners familiar with the region is a must. Not only do they already have the infrastructure and experience in the area to speed the project along, they serve to address legal requirements for mining projects in Zimbabwe. Barite is a critical mineral for the oil industry, but getting it out of the ground and out to the barite market takes professionals familiar with the many unique aspects of the African mining industry.

Steinbock Minerals is a true specialist when it comes to global marketing, sales, and distribution. The company has first-hand experience in mining barite, and has a proven network of barite customers. They not only help with getting the barite to the market, but also in providing Mabwe with all the customized mining equipment and technology the project requires.

WGB Kinsey & Co., one of Zimbabwe’s most established mining and construction companies, represents the expertise to take mining projects from beginning to end. The company has nearly 60 years in mining experience of the type typified by the Mabwe Dodge project. The company knows the local mining and business requirements as well as the workforce base, and is responsible for all aspects of the project. They will also be responsible for barite transport from the mine to a nearby rail depot for final shipment.

Yasheya Ltd. has the mining logistics experience to handle the kind of barite shipping volumes anticipated from Dodge, including trucking, rail, and bulk ocean shipping. Over many years, the company has forged a sterling reputation for logistics management, and will help speed the project’s growth.

PHI Commodities represents important additional support for Mabwe’s Dodge mineral transport, by providing them with the exclusive outbound load rights to their fleet of rail wagons managed by the National Railways of Zimbabwe. It means non-stop express trains with additional provisions to expand land transportation capacity.

Barite is a mineral that serves a variety of industries, and the Dodge Mine is considered a world-class deposit. The key partners working closely with Mabwe Minerals will ensure that the project moves forward in the most effective possible way.

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Mabwe Minerals Inc. (MBMI) Network of Partnerships Solidifies Footing in Zimbabwe

August 19, 2014

Mabwe Minerals, a subsidiary of publicly traded Raptor Resources Holdings, is a hard assets company focused on mining and commercial sales primarily of barite and limestone. Operations are anchored to its Dodge Mine Project in Zimbabwe, Africa, where the company has established a core group of partners to provide cost-effective and dependable support for logistics and related aspects.

Dodge Mine, which is in the early stage commercial production of barite and limestone, represents nearly 576 acres of hydrothermal-based deposits of barite, limestone and talc. The property is also known for widespread occurrences of gossan deposits indicating the presence of gold, zinc, copper, lead and nickel.

Barite is a highly valued mineral to the oil and gas drilling market where it is used to prevent well blowouts. Barite also has numerous applications in the paint, automotive and medical sectors. Limestone is the key ingredient in Portland cement and has applications in road/foundation aggregates, agricultural and feedstock.

To assist with the distribution, sales and delivery of barite out of the Port of Beira, Mozambique, Mabwe has established a working relationship with Steinbock Minerals, Yasheya Ltd. and WGB Kinsey & Company.

Steinbock Minerals has first-hand experience in mining and immediate access to an established network of customers throughout Europe and the Middle-East. The company is widely known as a specialist when it comes to the global distribution, marketing and sales of a variety of industrial minerals.

With more than 20 years of experience in industrial mineral logistics, Yasheya Limited has shipped more than 30 million tons worldwide. The company utilizes a broad array of multimodal platforms providing true door-to-door services as well as customized INPLAN and Minerals Management tracking software.

All Dodge Mine operations are managed by one of Zimbabwe’s most experienced mining and construction companies, WGB Kinsey & Company, which has more than 60 years of experience and a strong fleet of mining equipment that accelerates development and production of operations.

Collectively, these strategic partnerships contribute to Mabwe’s corporate vision of building a reputation as a reliable and strong source of high-quality barite and limestone.

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Mabwe Minerals Inc. (MBMI) Accessing Rich Markets through Strategic Partnerships

July 31, 2014

Mabwe Minerals, a subsidiary of Raptor Resources Holdings, finds its endeavors focused on mining and selling barite and various other minerals in today’s marketplace. Dodge Mine at Shamva, Zimbabwe is where the company is fully engaged in production operations. Positioned on a hydrothermal mountain range bearing superior-grade barite, the mine also has a wealth of limestone and talc.

The property comprises 2.33 million square meters spanning across several mountain ranges. Gravity mapping of the mine uncovers vast barite, limestone and talc deposits across the project along with considerable gossan deposits indicating the likelihood of copper, zinc, nickel and gold. Gossan is recognized as a rust-colored deposit of mineral matter at the offshoot of a vein containing iron-bearing materials.

Dodge Mine’s barite is considered by many as being world-class in its composition. Its white barite samples attained a score of 97.25% pure barium sulfate (BaSO4). Its pink and brown barite samples scored 95.5%. The mine’s world-class barite allows for a wide range of marketable opportunities, including the market’s demand for weighting agents used during oil and gas drilling to prevent well blowouts and shaft collapses. Other barite applications show promise for being used as an automotive, medical diagnostic, heavy concrete and paint pigment component.

Leveraging partnerships, Mabwe Minerals gains access to customers who are willing to pay a premium for higher grade barite. Further, the company is well positioned to support an expanding customer base and several growing user groups including Europe and the Middle East. The company has also gained a market foothold with the growing demands of the oil and gas sector off the Mozambique and South Africa coast.

The company’s executive team is headed by Al Pietrangelo, President and Chief Executive Officer. Mr. Pietrangelo has served as the President and Chief Executive Officer of Raptor Resources Holdings Inc. since 2011. He held the same titles with TAG Minerals Inc. since 2010 and Mabwe Minerals Inc. since 2012. Mr. Pietrangelo has a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration from the University of South Florida.

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Mabwe Minerals Inc. (MBMI) Advances Dodge Mine Production

July 23, 2014

Mabwe Minerals, a Raptor Resources Holdings subsidiary, is fully involved in mining and selling barite and other minerals commercially. The company’s primary production operations are underway at the Dodge Mine in Shamva, Zimbabwe. The mine is located on a rich hydrothermal mountain range and bears not only superior-grade barite but also abundant limestone and talc.

The company’s affiliate Mabwe Minerals Zimbabwe owns the high-potential Dodge Mine. The property encompasses 233 hectares that stretch across three mountains. Gravity mapping of the mine reveals widespread barite, limestone and talc deposits across the project with extensive gossan deposits pointing toward the likely presence of copper, zinc, nickel and gold.

Dodge Mine’s barite is world-class in quality. Samples of the mine’s white barite attained a score of 97.25% pure barium sulfate (BaSO4) with the pink and brown barite samples scoring 95.5%. The mine’s high-grade barite is world class allowing for a wide range of market applications, including the market’s demand for weighting agents used during oil and gas drilling to prevent well blowouts and shaft collapses. The barite could also be used as an automotive, medical diagnostic, heavy concrete and paint pigment component.

Through key strategic partnerships, Mabwe Minerals has gained access to customers who are willing to pay a premium for higher grade barite. Backed by these partnerships, the company is well positioned to support an expanding customer base and several growing end markets, including Europe and the Middle East, as well as the growing demands of the oil and gas sector off the coast of Mozambique and South Africa.

The company’s established alliances and partners ensure cost-effective and dependable support for all aspects of associated mining and shipping operations, as well as an exceptionally strong regional presence.

In summary, the company milestones to date include:

▪ Establishing strategic partnerships with Zimbabwe’s top logistical and mining companies
▪ Completing gravity mapping data that signifies massive deposits of barite in Dodge Mine
▪ Initiating commercial production operations at Dodge Mine
▪ Setting opportune price fundamentals
▪ Responding to strong global and regional demand and an expanding customer base that will pay a premium for higher-grade barite
▪ Creating enhanced margins through tight logistics
▪ Establishing a worldwide delivery network

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Mabwe Minerals Inc. (MBMI) Poised to Deliver Barite Supply for Mounting Oil Drilling in Southern Africa

July 15, 2014

Mabwe Minerals, the majority-owned subsidiary of Raptor Resources Holdings Inc. (OTCQB: RRHI), has assembled a land package in northeastern Zimbabwe at their recently expanded Dodge Mine site (just northeast of Harare) which will satisfy rapidly mounting regional demand for barite, the critical weighting agent for drilling mud used throughout the oil and gas industry. With upwards of 80% of API-grade barite going directly into the oil and gas sector, accelerating regional (as well as global) drilling activity provides a strong future for MBMI’s Dodge Mine and the company has stitched up the logistics to boot.

Over 160k tons of annual capacity have been secured via strategic partner and the biggest grain importer in all of Harare, PHI Commodities, whose fleet of National Railways of Zimbabwe non-stop express train-supported rail wagons are provided to MBMI with exclusive rights on outbound loads from the Shamva Rail Depot. Adding engagements with local Zimbabwean trucking companies, Mabwe has lined everything up for maximum offtake from mine to market, with a dual land transport equation for getting product directly to the Port of Beira, southeast across the border in Mozambique.

Angola, Tanzania and neighboring Mozambique are huge oil development markets with a variety of factors that make them highly appealing to foreign investment from some of the sector’s biggest players. The Pande and Temane gas field areas in Mozambique are of particular interest, with a spate of onshore targets now being developed that add significantly to the already impressive offshore gas discoveries, with Anadarko and its partners surpassing 100 trillion cubic feet of gas discoveries since 2010. The underlying Rovuma basin, that stretches out into the water (where Anadarko-operated Offshore Area 1 is located) from the borderlands between Tanzania and Mozambique, holds a great deal of potential for future oil discoveries. With limited oil exploration thus far, the upside for MBMI and barite market dynamics in general from this one area alone should be apparent to most investors.

Wentworth Resources, Ltd. (LON:WRL), part of a larger consortium focused on Mozambique and in which Anadarko Petroleum Corp. (NYSE:APC) is a major player (as well as the operator), announced last month that they have begun drilling an onshore concession (initial estimates in the neighborhood of 1.2B bbls of oil and 2.4 Tcf of gas) in the northern Cabo Delgado province (Rovuma basin). This drilling is just the latest signal flare to markets regarding the extensive onshore and offshore potential in the still largely unexplored sedimentary basins of Mozambique.

Mozambique becoming a fast-growing oil producer with plenty of upside potential still to be tapped is big news for MBMI and the now over 1.1k-acre Dodge Mine complex, which stretches across four mountains, also hosts high-grade barites. These premium barites are much sought after and fetch top dollar for various automotive, medical, and paint additive applications, as well as being used in specialty robust concretes, giving MBMI access to lucrative niche markets in addition to the larger oil and gas demand for their regular grade barite.

Secondary limestone production at Dodge Mine can feed local agricultural/construction markets as well and with widespread gossan deposits (a solid pathfinder for gold and silver) alongside surface sampling that indicates the presence of gold, as well as copper, nickel, lead and zinc, Mabwe Minerals is sitting on some really nice dirt. With the JCI core drilling/ADIT tunnel program data from the late 60’s having indicated a 15-year supply of barite at the Dodge Mine roundly backed-up by the ASCON Africa validation study data, which shows approximately 441k tons of barite and 531k tons of limestone reserves on just 7% of the now expanded property, there are a lot of reasons to like MBMI and its parent company.

In the U.S., where fracking has led to the country becoming top dog in terms of global oil production as of this year, we import upwards of 75% of what need and only 15% of that imported barite doesn’t come straight from China. The broader market for barite remains healthy for the foreseeable future and whether we are talking regional or global, Mabwe Minerals has the digs and the throughput to help satisfy drilling demand.

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Mabwe Minerals Inc. (MBMI) to Capitalize on World Class Barite Deposits

July 7, 2014

The business activities of Mabwe Minerals, subsidiary of Raptor Resources Holdings Inc. (OTCQB: RRHI), revolve around mining, logistics coordination and commercial sales of industrial minerals and metals. In tandem with TAG Minerals, a partially owned subsidiary, Mabwe Minerals is occupied with developing Dodge Mine located in Shamva, Zimbabwe.

Dodge Mine is known for its hydrothermal mountains that hold multiple deposits of superior-grade barite, limestone, and talc. Its world class quality barite deposits are significant due to their high percentage content of barium sulfate (BaSO4) with a specific gravity of 4.5 g/cm3. Barite has applications in the automotive, medical diagnosis, and paint additive industries, but it is of the greatest value to the oil and gas production industry. As a well is drilled, the bit passes through various formations, each with different characteristics. The deeper the hole, the more barite is needed as a percentage of the total mud mix. Additionally beneficial, barite is non-magnetic and therefore does not interfere with magnetic measurements taken in the borehole.

MBMI works with several partners for mining, transporting, and distributing recovered commodities. The company has assembled a network of industry alliances to create a turnkey organization for bringing the Dodge Mine’s large amounts of recoverable barite deposits to market.

WGB Kinsey & Company, in which Mabwe Minerals’ Zimbabwe affiliate has a 25 percent ownership share, manages Dodge Mine’s production, workforce supervision and expansion, safety, health, environmental compliance issues and station transfer of barite to the Shamva Rail Depot. WGB Kinsey advances over 58 years of experience in mining operations.

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Mabwe Minerals Inc. (MBMI) Finding Superior-Grade Barite Central to Success

June 27, 2014

Mabwe Minerals, subsidiary of Raptor Resources Holdings Inc. (OTCQB: RRHI), has a business model centered on logistics coordination, mining, and commercial sales of industrial minerals and metals. In concerted efforts with TAG Minerals, Raptor Resources’ other subsidiary, Mabwe, is busy developing Dodge Mine.

Located in Shamva, Zimbabwe, the Dodge Mine has pockets of hydrothermal mountains that hold multiple deposits of superior-grade barite, limestone, and talc. Many of the barite deposits are considered world class in quality due to their high percentage content of barium sulfate (BaSO4) with a specific gravity of 4.5 g/cm3. Barite has applications in the automotive, medical diagnosis, and paint additive industries, but it is of the greatest value to the oil and gas production industry. As a well is drilled, the bit passes through various formations, each with different characteristics. The deeper the hole, the more barite is needed as a percentage of the total mud mix. Additionally beneficial, barite is non-magnetic and therefore does not interfere with magnetic measurements taken in the borehole.

At the Dodge Mine project, MBMI depends on several partners for mining, transporting, and distributing recovered commodities. The company has put together a network of industry alliances to create a turnkey organization for bringing the Dodge Mine’s large amounts of recoverable barite deposits to market.

WGB Kinsey & Company, in which Mabwe Minerals’ Zimbabwe affiliate owns a 25 percent stake, manages all aspects of the Dodge Mine, including: production; workforce supervision and expansion; health, safety, and environmental standards compliance; and transportation and station transfer of barite to the Shamva Rail Depot. WGB Kinsey uses over 58 years of experience in mining operations – a much needed asset at Dodge Mine.

Strategic partnering plays a vital role in the company’s success. Yasheya Limited handles Mabwe Minerals’ shipping and delivery utilizing over twenty years of industrial mining logistics know-how. Yasheya has shipped over 30 million tons of commodities worldwide.

PHI Commodities, the largest grain importer to Harare, Zimbabwe out of the Port of Beira, Mozambique, Mabwe Minerals has secured the exclusive rail wagon load rights from the Shamva Rail Depot direct to the port utilizing PHI Commodities’ fleet of express train systems.

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Mabwe Minerals Inc. (MBMI) Unearths Valuable Mining Opportunities with Alliance of Strategic Partners

June 19, 2014

Mabwe Minerals, subsidiary of Raptor Resources Holdings, focuses on mining, logistics coordination, and commercial sales of industrial minerals and metals. In tandem with Raptor Resources’ other subsidiary, TAG Minerals, Mabwe Minerals is engaging in development of the Dodge Mine.

Located in Shamva, Zimbabwe, the Dodge Mine consists of a series of hydrothermal mountains that hold multiple deposits of superior-grade barite, limestone, and talc. Many of the barite deposits are considered world class in quality due to their high percentage content of barium sulfate (BaSO4) with a specific gravity of 4.5 g/cm3. Gravity mapping in recent years confirmed a continuous flow of barite throughout the mountain range. Barite has applications in the automotive, medical diagnosis, and paint additive industries, but it is of the greatest value to the oil and gas production industry, where it is tapped for a widely-used safety application in production efforts.

Earlier this year, TAG Minerals acquired additional mineral and metal rights for the Dodge Mine mountain range, which added an additional 248 hectares (612 acres) to Raptor Resources’ existing claim lease of 233 hectares. As a result, Mabwe Minerals and TAG Minerals hold all mineral and metal rights for the entire Dodge Mine mountain range, representing 481 hectares (1188 acres) spanning 4.5 kilometers.

At the Dodge Mine project, Mabwe Minerals depends upon multiple partners for mining, transporting, and distributing recovered commodities. To this end, Mabwe Minerals has assembled a network of strategic industry alliances for a one-stop, turnkey organization for bringing the Dodge Mine’s large amounts of recoverable barite deposits to market.

WGB Kinsey & Company, in which Mabwe Minerals’ Zimbabwe affiliate owns a 25 percent stake, manages all aspects of the Dodge Mine, including: production; workforce supervision and expansion; health, safety, and environmental standards compliance; and transportation and station transfer of barite to the Shamva Rail Depot, located 17 kilometers away from the Dodge Mine. WGB Kinsey holds more than 58 years of experience in mining operations that the Dodge Mine requires.

As a specialist in global distribution and sales of barite, Steinbock Minerals connects Mabwe Minerals to an established network of barite customers. Steinbock Minerals also assists WGB Kinsey with procurement of customized mining equipment and technology for optimized production.

Strategic partner Yasheya Limited functions as Mabwe Minerals’ shipping and delivery arm. Yashyesha Limited has over two decades of industrial mining logistics experience, and it has shipped over 30 million tons of commodities worldwide.

Through strategic partner PHI Commodities, the largest grain importer to Harare, Zimbabwe out of the Port of Beira, Mozambique, Mabwe Minerals has secured the exclusive rail wagon load rights from the Shamva Rail Depot direct to the port utilizing PHI Commodities’ fleet of express train systems. Mabwe Minerals’ ties to PHI Commodities have given it the opportunity to form alliances with a couple of key organizations, the National Railways of Zimbabwe (NRZ) and the Mozambique Railway Authorities (CFM), which own the Port of Beira and Cornelder, the port’s leaseholder. For increased convenience in logistics, Mabwe Minerals, with the help of the NRZ, has access to the primary rail transfer yard at the Shamva Rail Depot.

Mabwe Minerals leverages this alliance of strategic partnerships to strengthen its regional and global competitiveness, as it brings forth industrial-grade barite to supplement growing regional demand and meet worldwide barite shortages.

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Mabwe Minerals, Inc. (MBMI): Enhancing Safety in the Oil & Gas Industry

June 12, 2014

Many people probably recall seeing an old movie showing an oil gusher. When the drill bit breaches the high pressure zone containing hydrocarbons, the oil travels up the well at a very high rate, forcing out the drill string and creating a gusher that shoots 200 feet or higher into the air. The oilmen, happy upon discovering their new-found wealth, are joyfully splashing about in the oil. Of course, the Hollywood reality is quite far removed from the reality as this gusher, more properly known as a blowout, typically was fatal to the workers involved in the drilling as flying wreckage crushed or severed oilmen in two. Those that weren’t killed or injured close to the drilling rig often lost their hearing due to the loudness of the explosive concussion from the well. The environmental damage due to blowouts typically was quite profound; thousands of barrels of oil would end up wasted on the landscape. As a metal structure shredded or electrical equipment of the drilling rig was compromised, sparks that occur during the blowout easily led to explosions and fires that were usually very difficult to extinguish.

Such was a common hazard in the oil and gas industry in the late 1800s to early 1900s, till the roll-out of the first commercial blowout preventer in 1926. A blowout preventer (BOP) is a mechanical device placed at the top of the well just under the floor of the drilling rig. The BOP consists of mechanical rams which constrict flow and increase pressure back into the well to constrain a potential blowout. In modern oil and gas drilling, catastrophic blowouts have become rare although they do still happen.

The most famous blowout in recent history is the BP/Deepwater Horizon oil spill that occurred in the Gulf of Mexico in April of 2010. In that case, high pressure methane gas expanded into the drilling riser and then rose into the drilling rig where it ignited and exploded, engulfing the entire offshore platform in flames and killing 11 workers. A report from the U.S. Chemical Safety Board released June 5, 2014, detailed what many already suspected shortly after the disaster occurred: a faulty blowout preventer and bad management led to the disaster.

Blowout preventers are actually the last-ditch prevention device. The very first line of defense against a blowout is what’s known as the drilling fluid, also called drilling mud. As the well is drilled, the drilling mud is pumped down the drill string to the drill bit at the bottom and returns up the well-bore in the space, or annulus, between the outside of the drill pipe and the casing, or the larger-diameter pipes, that line and protect the well. The column of drilling fluid being pumped down, which would be a mile or more, has considerable weight and exerts a tremendous downward hydrostatic pressure in the well. At the bottom, where there is no casing, the circular tubing through which the well drilled, the hydrostatic pressure provides an “overbalance” of pressure that exceeds the natural pressure of the reservoir into which the well is drilled. The overbalance of pressure prevents oil and gas fluids from entering and coming up the well bore. The most common weighting material in the drilling mud is barite.

Drilling mud also provides other important properties for the drilling operation, such as the lubrication, support and cooling of the drill bit and drilling assembly, and suspension, release and removal of cuttings from the well.

Roughly 85% of the global barite market is employed for drilling mud in the oil and gas industry and this trend is expected to continue and grow as the recent fracking boom continues.

Mabwe Minerals, which owns the mineral and metals rights to the Dodge Mine in Zimbabwe, is emerging as a new commercial source of barite. With the closest competitors from Chennai, India, Mabwe Minerals is strategically located to serve the oil & gas demands of Africa and the Middle-East.

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Mabwe Minerals Inc. (MBMI) Uses Key Partnerships to Feed Oil & Gas Industry’s Strong Appetite for Barite

June 5, 2014

Known for its efficiency as a weighting agent, barite has unarguably earned its worth in the booming global oil and gas industry by enabling rig operators to prevent blowouts or shaft collapse during oil and gas drilling activities. Roughly 85% of recovered barite is used for this purpose, with the remainder going to the automotive, medical and paint additive sectors. As the owner of total mineral and metal rights to the Dodge Mine located in Zimbabwe, Mabwe Minerals is emerging as a commercial source of high-grade barite.

The Dodge Mine consists of a series of hydrothermal mountains representing more than 575 acres comprising multiple deposits of superior grade barite. These deposits are considered “world class” in quality due to their high percentage content of barium sulfate (BaSO4) with a specific gravity of 4.5 g/cm3. Due to the property’s large percentages of recoverable barite deposits, Mabwe Minerals has assembled a network of strategic industry partnerships to execute the capture, transport and distribution of barite.

The process starts with Mabwe Minerals’ Zimbabwe affiliate, which holds a 25% position in WGB Kinsey & Company, a mining and construction company in operation since 1955. Leveraging its long-standing knowledge of Zimbabwe’s resources and people, WGB Kinsey manages all aspects of the Dodge Mine, including production, infrastructure, safety and environmental compliance, as well as transport to and management of barite at the Shamva Rail Depot.

Next is the marketing and shipment of barite. Steinbock Minerals, which specializes in the worldwide distribution of industrial minerals and has cultivated an established barite customer base, takes the reins here as Mabwe Minerals’ global marketing, sales and distribution arm. Yasheya Limited, which specializes in the worldwide shipment of industrial minerals, is Mabwe Minerals’ shipment and delivery arm.

Mabwe Minerals’ partnership with PHI Commodities, the largest grain importer to Harare, Zimbabwe, out of the Port of Beira, Mozambique, provides Mabwe Minerals’ with exclusive rail wagon load rights from the Shamva Rail Depot direct to the port. PHI Commodities also provides Mabwe Minerals to establish alliances with the National Railways of Zimbabwe (NRZ) and the Mozambique Railway Authorities (CFM), who own the Port of Beira, and Cornelder, the port’s leaseholder.

Utilizing this strong blend of strategic partners, Mabwe Minerals has access to an established network of barite customers, as well as a 3 million ton supplier agreement with Baker Hughes. The company continues to leverage these alliances to support its mining and logistical operations, ultimately strengthening its growing regional and global reputation as a reliable, commercial source of barite.

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Mabwe Minerals Inc. (MBMI) Shapes Up for 2014

May 30, 2014

Mabwe Minerals is in the natural resources and hard asset business. The company is focused on mining barite, ahead of other industrial minerals and metals, at Dodge Mine in Zimbabwe. Mabwe Minerals conducts its operations through its Zimbabwean affiliate, Mabwe Minerals Zimbabwe (Private) Limited, and WGB Kinsey & Company, a minority-owned subsidiary with over fifty-five years of experience in the mining and construction fields.

The first few months of 2014 marked a number of exciting developments for Mabwe Minerals:

• The company expanded its Dodge Mine mineral & metal property rights from 304 acres to 576 acres across three mountains.

• All pre-production work has been completed with up to 10K tons of barite stockpiled.

• All barite characteristics have been testing identifying the processing equipment requirements to yield API-grade barite (oil & gas sector drilling) and chemical-grade barite (medical/paint/automotive).

• Phase I infrastructure has been completed including primary roads, barite qualification yard, jigging yard, equipment yard, employee & management staff housing facilities, new water wells along with barite & limestone open cast mining pits completed.

• MBMI’s parent/holding company, Raptor Resources, acquired the rest of the mountain range adding an additional 612 acres eliminating all barite competitor encroachments.

• There are no known barite competitors in the region to support the African oil & gas drilling sector in East Africa (Tanzania, Mozambique and Kenya) and Southern Africa (South Africa and Namibia) as well as Angola in West Africa. The closest barite competitor supporting this region is from Chennai, India.

With the global market for drilling fluids expected to reach $14.92B by 2020 and expected to grow at a CAGR rate of 8.2%, Mabwe Minerals will be pressed to meet the growing demands from the African oil & gas sector.

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Global Oil Boom Boosts Barite Value, Demand; Mabwe Minerals Inc. (MBMI) is Ready

May 21, 2014

Mabwe Minerals, a Raptor Resource Holdings (OTCQB: RRHI) subsidiary, along with its affiliate owns 100% of the mineral and metal rights to the Dodge Mine in Zimbabwe, where the company’s primary focus is on the project’s extensive barite deposit. While barite has a variety of applications in the automotive, consumer goods and medical markets, the mineral is primarily used as a weighting agent for the oil and gas industry. This market segment provides a high-potential end market for Mabwe Minerals as vertical drilling technologies unlock greater drilling opportunities worldwide.

Oil and gas is unarguably an industry of consistent growth, which in turn has spurned an increased global demand for barite. China and India are expected to maintain their spot as the world’s top barite producers and exporters, though Kazakhstan, Liberia, Mexico and Zimbabwe are emerging as valuable contributors to global supply.

Growing demand has also triggered an increase in barite prices. According to the U.S. Geological Survey, barite prices increased in 2012 compared with those at year-end 2011. The 2013 report shows that the October published price range for Chinese unground barite ranged between $146-$158 per ton, representing a year-over-year increase of about $22 per ton. The price range for Indian unground barite ranged between $160-$170 per ton, an increase of about $21 per ton, while the price range for Moroccan unground barite was in the range of $140-$152 per ton, a strong increase of about $35 per ton.

Via strategic partners Steinbock Minerals and Yasheya Ltd., Mabwe Minerals has access to the logistics and resources needed to support an established base of barite customers in Europe and the Middle East, as well as the growing demand from the oil and gas sector off the coast of Mozambique and South Africa. Mabwe Minerals also has a 3 million ton supplier agreement with Baker Hughes, a multi-billion dollar oil and gas company with 60,000 employees in more than 80 countries.

More than 75% of all barite produced worldwide is used in the oil and gas industry. Driven by the boom in shale oil and gas exploration, demand for barite is also forecast to see considerable growth within the next five years. In addition to securing partnerships and resources to capitalize on this tremendous end market, Mabwe Minerals intends to further develop its limestone resources at Dodge Mine, as well as follow-up on initial surface level test samples that have confirmed the presence of gold, copper, nickel, zinc and lead.

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Mabwe Minerals Inc. (MBMI) Well Positioned; Production of Oilfield Minerals to Increase as G7 Reduces Reliance on Russian Gas

May 12, 2014

The Energy Ministers of Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, the United Kingdom, the United States, and the EU Commissioner for Energy, following The Hague Declaration of G7 Leaders of March 24th, met in Rome on May 5th and 6th to discuss ways to strengthen collective energy security.

Russia’s annexation of Ukraine has led to European concerns on energy security, with G7 members calling for increased domestic production of oil and gas, which would boost demand for the industrial minerals needed to extract fossil fuels. Market intelligence organization, Industrial Minerals, expects this to boost production of oilfield minerals, such as barite, as the G7 pushes to reduce dependence on dependence on Russian oil gas supplies.

Barite’s principal use has been the manufacture of oil field drilling fluid, which more often called drilling mud. Drilling fluid is flushed into a bore hole during the drilling to clean drilled off cuttings from the bottom of well hole, flush those cuttings to the surface, cool and lubricate the drill bit during the actual drilling process, deposit a ‘filter cake’ layer on the well bore wall to prevent loss of the circulating fluid, and to support the walls of the well bore without damaging the formation.

The reason barite is favored over other minerals is that it’s chemically inert and neutral and so it doesn’t change the nature of other chemicals used. Barite is also physically neutral in that it is far less abrasive than other materials and does little to no damage on the drill bit itself, and is easier to dispose of in that it has little environmental impact.

The actions of the G7 energy ministers is set to benefit Mabwe Minerals, a natural resources and hard asset company engaged in the mining and commercial sales of industrial minerals with first focus on barite and limestone. The company’s Zimbabwe affiliate, Mabwe Minerals Zimbabwe Private Limited, owns 100% of the mineral & metal rights to Dodge Mine stretching 233 hectares across three mountains. The American Petroleum Institute (API) grade barite discovered at Dodge Mine addresses the worldwide shortages for barite while immediately serving development of the huge new oil discoveries off the coast of neighboring Mozambique.

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Mabwe Minerals Inc. (MBMI) Well-Positioned Barite Supplier in Growing Southeast Africa Oil Extraction, Broader Footprint Extremely Stable

May 2, 2014

Mabwe Minerals is developing premium quality API-grade (American Petroleum Institute) barite in Zimbabwe at their Dodge Mine site, which is riddled with multiple deposits of barite, as well as limestone and talc, in addition to featuring widespread gossan deposit occurrences that have been surface tested to contain copper, gold, lead, nickel, and zinc. MBMI’s local affiliate, Mabwe Minerals Zimbabwe, owns 100% of the mineral rights for the Dodge Mine and with no other major sources for barite in the region, the company stands poised to execute a brilliant, geographically-enhanced production and distribution strategy for this increasingly sought after mineral.

An essential material for drilling mud weighing agents used in the oil extraction space (roughly 80% of overall consumption), barite finds immediate markets in the Middle East and Europe, as well as Central and South Africa. Mabwe’s strategic partnership with the biggest grain importer in Harare, PHI Commodities, gives the company direct access to the Port of Beira to the east in Mozambique, with exclusive outbound load rights from the Shamva Rail Depot (up to 160k tons annually) using PHI’s fleet of National Railways of Zimbabwe-managed, non-stop express train-supported rail wagons. This is an incredibly fortunate situation for MBMI as Mozambique ramps into oil production this year with Statoil ASA tapping a small oil pocket found near the sprawling Temane gas field in Inhambane province. A still largely unexplored sedimentary basin with an active petroleum system, where the biggest gas finds of the century have been made (over 100 trillion cubic feet discovered offshore by Anadarko), Mozambique is an emerging oil development frontier and as those oil discoveries are made, MBMI will be right nearby, sitting on a huge supply of barite. Targets like the deepwater Rovuma basin and offshore Zambezi basin hold tremendous promise for future oil production, with the Beira High and Mozambique basin also prominent targets.

Dodge Mine also hosts some exceptional grade barite, which easily demands top sale prices due to how necessary and virtually irreplaceable the material is for certain high-end applications in paint additives, as well as in select heavy-duty concretes. More standard barite applications in automotive fillers, dielectrics, electro-ceramics, and medical barium represent a smaller portion of the overall end market, but this segment is growing fast. Mounting overall demand for barite from the globally burgeoning oil extraction market, plus the top dollar-fetching exceptional grade barite market dynamics, collectively spell big success for MBMI moving forward and with the historical 15-year supply figure for barite at the Dodge Mine substantiated by ASCON Africa’s more recent validation study, showing around 411k tons of barite and another 531k tons of limestone reserves in less than 7% of the property, the company has a bright future as a key supplier to regional markets. Limestone from the Dodge Mine will feed southern Harare’s ongoing construction boom and this supply chain dovetails nicely with other recent moves made by MBMI’s parent company, Raptor Resources Holdings Inc. (OTCQB: RRHI).

RRHI recently announced wrapping of their 100% acquisition of the nearby Derbyshire Stone Quarry (in Waterfalls, Harare) via the Zimbabwean affiliate (TAG Minerals Zimbabwe) of RRHI’s wholly-owned operating subsidiary, TAG Minerals Inc. The Derbyshire Stone Quarry is a well established volume producer and the biggest indigenous sand and stone quarry in the Harare region. Currently being operated by the company’s (25% equity owned) strategic partner, local 59-year construction and mining veterans WGB Kinsey & Company, the quarry has been doing quite well in recent years and returned a 32% jump in revenues for 2013 when compared with the prior year, bringing in just under $3M according to the unaudited financials. Producing a range of high-quality, low-cost granite 10mm and 20mm (3/4) stone, as well as crusher run, decomposed granite, quarry dust, river (washed) sand, and pit sand, the Derbyshire Stone Quarry is a solid asset for RRHI that reinforces the company’s overall operational objectives for the region. Harare is a thriving residential growth zone and there is an abundance of local end markets hungry for the Derbyshire’s output, including major road projects in close proximity, like the $1B Harare-Beitbridge highway expansion just northwest of the quarry.

The Derbyshire acquisition gives RRHI a nice foundation for executing their regional strategy, with a steady stream of predictable revenues that will help fund development of the primary barite and limestone targets at MBMI’s Dodge Mine site, as well as funding TAG’s development of the adjoining nickel-rich Raptor Mine (100% of mineral rights owned by TAG Minerals Zimbabwe), acquired back in February 6 of this year. This final key acquisition in the company’s acreage expansion puts RRHI in control of 1,188 acres across the entire three-mountain Dodge Mine range, spanning from the Raptor Mine in the west to the Dodge Mine in the east. MBMI has been set up for success quite well by RRHI and as energy recovery dominates the horizon more and more for both the region and the globe, the ready supply of barite coming out of the Dodge Mine will likely drive MBMI shareholder value to new highs.

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Mabwe Minerals Inc. (MBMI) Works in Collaboration with TAG Minerals

April 24, 2014

Mabwe Minerals is one of Raptor Resources’ two subsidiaries, along with TAG Minerals. Mabwe, like TAG, is a US-based natural resources and hard asset company involved in the mining, logistics, and commercial sale of industrial minerals and metals, primarily in Zimbabwe. Raptor Resources owns a minority stake in Mabwe and serves as the parent/holding company for the subsidiary.

Consistent with Raptor Resources’ strategic focus, Mabwe is currently developing greenfield resources and bringing them into commercial production while TAG is exploring new minerals and metals, pursuing hard assets with revenue-generating potential, and on the lookout for tested mining opportunities. While Mabwe is focused solely on early-stage barite and limestone production at the Dodge Mine at this point in time, TAG is focused jointly on stone/aggregate production at the Derbyshire Stone Quarry and on developing the Raptor Mine by targeting transition metals, such as copper and nickel.

Notwithstanding the variations in their areas of operation, Mabwe Minerals and TAG Minerals work well together, especially with Raptor Resources’ strategic partners:

• WGB Kinsey & Company, a veteran mining and construction company in Zimbabwe that is in charge of handling the bulk of the subsidiaries’ operations;
• Steinbock Minerals, an expert in the distribution, marketing, and sales of industrial minerals worldwide;
• Yasheya Limited, a specialist in the shipment of industrial minerals globally; and
• PHI Commodities, a grain importer that provides access and loading rights to a fleet of rail wagons supported by the National Railways of Zimbabwe’s non-stop express trains.

Moreover, TAG and Mabwe recently accomplished a major feat for Raptor Resources. In February 2014, TAG acquired the metal and mineral rights to 248 hectares (612 acres) of the Dodge Mine mountain range. Add that to Raptor Resources’ existing lease for 233 hectares via Mabwe Minerals and, together, Mabwe and TAG own the mineral and metal rights across the entire mountain range which stretches across 4.5 kilometers and totals 481 hectares (1188 acres) in size. The company had patiently, but eagerly, waited for the rest of the mountain range to become available since gravity mapping in 2012 established the continued flow of barite across the entire range. Given that Mabwe is in early-stage barite and limestone production on the east side of the range, TAG will focus on developing the gossan deposits on the west side.

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Mabwe Minerals Inc. (MBMI) Bringing New Life to Barite Mining Industry

April 16, 2014

Mabwe Minerals is a natural resources and hard asset company that is engaged in the mining and commercial sale of industrial minerals and metals. The company, a subsidiary of Raptor Resources Holdings Inc. (OTCQB: RRHI), is fully reporting and publicly traded.

Mabwe Minerals’ main focus is on mining and commercially selling barite and limestone. Though based in the U.S., the company’s primary operation is the Dodge Mine Project in Zimbabwe. The property, located on a hydrothermal mountain range, bears superior-grade barite and is rich with limestone and other minerals, such as talc.

The Dodge Mine mining and exploration site covers 576 acres as of January 2014, when 272 new acres contiguous to the property were acquired. The mineral and metal rights to this property were acquired by the company’s Zimbabwe affiliate, Mabwe Minerals Zimbabwe Ltd. Though Mabwe Minerals focuses most of its efforts on its property in Zimbabwe, it has spent a significant amount of time forming strategic relationships with other companies in its industry. For example, securing a 3M-ton long term Master Supply Agreement in the oil and gas drilling sector.

Mabwe Minerals has also formed a partnership with Steinbock Minerals, whose focus is on the worldwide distribution of industrial minerals, especially barite. Steinbock will act as Mabwe Minerals’ marketing, sales, and distribution entity. In addition, partnerships have been forged with Yasheya Limited, who specializes in the shipment of industrial minerals providing door-to-door services.

These two promising partnerships aren’t all Mabwe has been up to. It has also partnered with PHI Commodities. PHI imports grain to Harare, Zimbabwe, out of the Port of Beira in Mozambique. The companies’ partnership gives Mabwe Minerals the exclusive wagon load rights to their fleet of 80 rail wagons from the local Shamva Rail Depot fitted with non-stop express trains provided by the National Railways of Zimbabwe.

These partnerships help position Mabwe Minerals as a strong player in Zimbabwe’s mineral mining industry. By expanding its reach through relationships with other companies, Mabwe Minerals has turned itself into a fluid, turnkey operation that brings momentum and new life to the barite market around the world.

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Mabwe Minerals Inc. (MBMI) Expands Reach with Strategic Alliances

April 10, 2014

Mabwe Minerals recognizes the value of collaboration. The New Jersey-based natural resources and hard asset company has formed the right type of strategic partnerships to back its overseas mining operations at the Dodge Mine in Zimbabwe. With local partners like WGB Kinsey & Company, Steinbock Minerals, and Yasheya Ltd., who are knowledgeable about the mining, logistics, and sale of industrial minerals and metals, especially barite, Mabwe Minerals is moving forward with its commercial production project at the mine.

Through its Zimbabwean affiliate, Mabwe Minerals owns all of the mining rights to several blocks of the Dodge Mine in Shamva, Zimbabwe. This high-potential mine represents over 200 hectares, spans three mountains, and is situated on a rich hydrothermal mountain range site that both authentication and gravity mapping suggest bears large amounts of premium white, pink and brown barite deposits as well as limestone and talc deposits. Extensive gossan deposits on the property also indicate the presence of gold, nickel, copper, and zinc.

Mabwe Minerals has intentionally partnered with WGB Kinsey & Company because the company has the management experience and tools needed to completely manage the production of the Dodge Mine. WGB Kinsey & Company also allows Mabwe Minerals to increase its reach to customer bases that will pay the best price for high-grade barite. Since barite has multiple commercial applications in the oil and gas drilling, medical diagnostic, automotive, paint pigment, and heavy concrete fields, there is strong global and regional demand for the mineral.

Additionally, through partnerships with Yasheya Ltd. and Steinbock Minerals, Mabwe Minerals is in place to cater to both companies’ customer bases in the Middle East and Europe and to meet the growing demands of the oil and gas sector off the coasts of South Africa and Mozambique.

The strategic partnerships that Mabwe Minerals has established with these top logistical, mining, and shipping firms are geared towards fast-tracking the company for success. Other benefits of these affiliations include:

• Cost-effective and dependable support for all phases of operations
• Exceptionally strong global and regional market presence
• Established worldwide delivery network
• Improved margins due to tight logistics
• Opportunity to price competitively

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Mabwe Minerals Inc. (MBMI) Looks for Wide Ranging Barite Applications to Fuel Growth

April 1, 2014

Mabwe Minerals concentrates its operations on the logistics, mining, and sale of barite and other industrial minerals and metals in Zimbabwe. Established as subsidiary of Raptor Resources Holdings, the company’s main operations are at Dodge Mine in Shamva, Zimbabwe. According to gravity mapping data, the mine holds huge deposits of high quality barite, limestone, and talc. Dodge Mine is also suspected of holding copper, zinc, nickel, and gold.

Barite applications are commercially varied and noted for their usefulness in the oil and gas, automotive and heavy concrete, medical diagnostics, and paint pigment fields.

It is worth noting that with Dodge Mine holding some of the best API-grade barite on earth, it could cover the market demand for weighting agents used during oil and gas drilling to stop well blowouts and shaft collapses. Most significantly, Mabwe Minerals has already gained access to an established network of barite customers and secured a supplier agreement for $3 million tons of high-grade barite with a multibillion dollar oil and gas company.

Mabwe Minerals has also set up strategic partnerships and alliances with the Zimbabwe’s leading logistical and mining companies to ensure a strong regional presence and worldwide delivery network. One such alliance is with Yasheya Limited which has over two decades in industrial mineral logistics and has shipped over 30M tons worldwide via a broad array of multimodal platforms ranging from bulk ocean shipping with containers, to coasters and barging. Yasheya Ltd. also performs rail and trucking functions, in addition to the ancillary warehousing and port logistics providing true door-to-door services. Other partners include Steinbock Minerals Limited, which is widely known as a specialist in global distribution, marketing, and sales of barite, and WGB Kinsey & Company, which has been doing open pit mining for 58 years – a vital requirement at Dodge Mine.

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Mabwe Minerals Inc. (MBMI) Establishes Foothold in Barite Mining

March 26, 2014

Mabwe Minerals, a subsidiary of Raptor Resources Holdings (OTCQB: RRHI), is focused on the logistics, mining, and sale of barite and other industrial minerals and metals in Zimbabwe. The company’s main operations are at Dodge Mine in Shamva, Zimbabwe. Through affiliate Mabwe Minerals Zimbabwe, the company owns all of the metal and mining rights to the mine, which, according to gravity mapping data, holds massive deposits of high quality barite, limestone and talc, and possibly copper, zinc, nickel, and gold as well.

The commercial uses for barite are wide and varied, with noted applications in the oil and gas, medical diagnostic, automotive and heavy concrete, and paint pigment fields.

There is also strong regional and global demand for superior grade barite and a growing customer base that is willing to pay a premium for it. With Dodge Mine having some of the best API-grade barite on earth, it could cover the market demand for weighting agents used during oil and gas drilling to stop well blowouts and shaft collapses. Already, Mabwe Minerals has gained access to an established network of barite customers and secured a supplier agreement for $3 million tons of high-grade barite with a multibillion dollar oil and gas company.

Mabwe Minerals has also set up strategic partnerships and alliances with the Zimbabwe’s leading logistical and mining companies to ensure a strong regional presence and worldwide delivery network plus reliable and lucrative support for every aspect of the associated mining and shipping operations. Alliances with partners like WGB Kinsey are invaluable. WGB Kinsey supplies the equipment and know-how needed to direct the production requirements of Dodge Mine. Additionally, with partners like Yasheya Ltd. and Steinbock Minerals, Mabwe Minerals is able to tap into and support their established customer base in Europe and the Middle East and the growing demands of the oil and gas sector off the coasts of South Africa and Mozambique.

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Mabwe Minerals Inc. (MBMI) Moves Forward with Production at Dodge Mine

March 19, 2014

Natural resources company Mabwe Minerals, which is engaged in the mining and commercial sales of industrial minerals and metals, has moved forward with production at Dodge Mine, a Shamva, Zimbabwe-based property and primary base of operations. Dodge Mine is located on a rich hydrothermal mountain range, which bears not only superior-grade barite but also abundant limestone and talc.

Mabwe Minerals Zimbabwe, the company’s Zimbabwe affiliate, recently acquired the mineral and metal rights to 110 additional hectares adjacent to Dodge Mine, bringing the Dodge Mine property to a new total area of 233 hectares, which is the equivalent of 576 acres.

A validation of Dodge Mine authenticated 411,000 tons of barite across <7 percent of the property, and gravity mapping suggests large barite deposits throughout the property. Mabwe Minerals has access to an established network of barite customers as well as a 3 million ton supplier agreement with a multibillion-dollar oil and gas company.

In addition to barite, limestone, and talc, Dodge Mine hosts widespread gossan deposits, which indicate the potential presence of copper, zinc, nickel, and gold.

For more information about Mabwe Minerals and the Dodge Mine project, visit www.mabweminerals.com

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Mabwe Minerals Inc. (MBMI) Delivering on Wide Array of Barite Opportunities

March 7, 2014

Mabwe Minerals is a natural resources and hard asset company engaged in the mining and commercial sale of industrial minerals with a primary focus on barite and limestone. The company is a majority-owned subsidiary of Raptor Resources Holdings.

Barite is primarily used in the oil & gas drilling sector where American Petroleum Institute (API) grade barite is used as a weighting agent to offset formation pressures preventing well collapse during the drilling process. Bright-white grade barite is vital in the use of paint pigmentation ensuring color consistency from lot to lot. In addition, because of Barite’s ability to absorb x-rays and gamma rays, it is used in medical imaging applications for special x-ray tests on the intestines and colon. It is also mixed with cement to make special containers used to store radioactive materials as well as other heavy cement applications. Barite is suitable for applications within the automotive sector where it is used in brake pads for cars and trucks, sound reduction in engine compartments, and the coating of automobile finishes for smoothness and corrosion resistance.

The company’s Zimbabwe affiliate, Mabwe Minerals Zimbabwe (Private) Limited, an indigenous Zimbabwe company, owns 100% of the mineral & metal rights to Dodge Mine extending 233 hectares across three mountains. Dodge Mine is managed by Mabwe Minerals’ 25% equity owned partner, WGB Kinsey & Company, a Zimbabwean mining & construction company operating since 1955. With strong local demand for limestone, Mabwe Minerals has established a sales office at Dodge Mine to support regional agricultural and cement opportunities. During CY2014, Mabwe Minerals will further develop its barite and limestone resources. In addition, the company will evaluate it’s gossan deposits for potential commercial nickel and copper production as initial surface level test samples have confirmed the presence of gold, copper, nickel, zinc and lead. The presence of gold in the gossan deposits points to gold in the host bedrock. Mabwe Minerals is encouraged about the unique properties of Dodge Mine.

Today, MBMI is currently moving forward with the commercial production of barite, with an aim to benefit from the recent massive discovery of oil & gas off the coast of Mozambique as well as supporting Africa’s multiple market applications. Mabwe Minerals is positioned to dominate the region as there are no known commercial sources of barite in Central and South Africa. Along with Steinbock Minerals’ established barite customer base, Mabwe Minerals is well positioned to support the demands of Europe and the Middle-East.

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Mabwe Minerals Inc. (MBMI) Advancing with Commercial Production of Barite

February 27, 2014

Mabwe Minerals, a majority-owned subsidiary of Raptor Resources Holdings (OTCQB: RRHI), is a natural resources and hard asset company engaged in the mining and commercial sales of industrial minerals with first focus on barite and limestone.

The primary application for barite is in the oil & gas drilling sector where American Petroleum Institute (API) grade barite is used as a weighting agent to offset formation pressures preventing well collapse during the drilling process. Bright-white grade barite is used as the key ingredient in paint pigmentation ensuring color consistency from lot to lot. Barite has the ability to absorb x-rays and gamma rays. Consequently, it is used in medical imaging applications for special x-ray tests on the intestines and colon. It is also mixed with cement to make special containers used to store radioactive materials as well as other heavy cement applications. In automotive applications barite is used in brake pads for cars and trucks, sound reduction in engine compartments, and the coating of automobile finishes for smoothness and corrosion resistance.

The company’s Zimbabwe affiliate, Mabwe Minerals Zimbabwe (Private) Limited, an indigenous Zimbabwe company, owns 100% of the mineral & metal rights to Dodge Mine stretching 233 hectares across three mountains. Dodge Mine is managed by Mabwe Minerals’ 25% equity owned partner, WGB Kinsey & Company, a Zimbabwean mining & construction company operating since 1955.

Today, MBMI is currently moving forward with the commercial production of barite, with an aim to benefit from the recent massive discovery of oil & gas off the coast of neighboring Mozambique as well as supporting South Africa’s multiple market applications. Mabwe Minerals is positioned to dominate the region as there are no known commercial sources of barite in Central and South Africa. Along with Steinbock Minerals’ established barite customer base, Mabwe Minerals is well positioned to support the demands of Europe and the Middle-East.

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Strong Framework in Place, Mabwe Minerals Inc. (MBMI) Well-Positioned to Meet Oil & Gas Industry’s Barite Demand

February 26, 2014

Barite is a commercial mineral primarily used as a weighting agent for the oil and gas industry. In this use, barite “mud” is pumped into oil wells where the weight of the crushed barite/water/other materials flushes rocks chips away from the drilling head to prevent the explosive release of the oil and gas from the ground. More than 75 percent of barite consumption in the U.S. is used for this drilling application.

Mabwe Minerals, a publicly traded Raptor Resources Holdings (OTCQB: RRHI) subsidiary, seeks to meet its portion of barite demand as oil and gas production continues to flourish worldwide. The company is engaged in the logistics, mining and commercialization of barite and other minerals in Zimbabwe, Africa, and has full ownership of the mineral and metals rights for its primary operation, the Dodge Mine, which sits on a hydrothermal mountain range in Zimbabwe known for its abundance of superior barite deposits.

Mabwe Minerals in 2013 secured a 3 million-ton long-term master supply agreement for API grade barite with Baker Hughes, Inc. (BHI). To maximize production efficiency and meet terms of the agreement, Mabwe Minerals has formed several strategic partnerships with industry players that have developed customized equipment to capture, distribute, and transport a large share of salvageable bright-white, off-white, chemical, and API-grade barite.

In November 2013, Mabwe Mineral’s Zimbabwe affiliate received its first purchase order totaling 2,000 tons of barite. A month later, the affiliate received a second purchase order, for 10,000 metric tons, bringing the total tonnage purchased in the fourth quarter to 12,000 metric tons, exceeding earlier estimates.

Moving through the first quarter of 2014, Mabwe Minerals is focused on seeking out opportunities to benefit from its growing customer base and increasing global demand for barite, and has stated its intentions to finalize its Dodge Mine barite product specification sheets; initiate log qualification processes and procedures to support volume orders; commence small lot shipments to multiple customers; and increase shipments.

For more information about Mabwe Minerals and the Dodge Mine project, visit www.mabweminerals.com

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