San Lorenzo Gold is a copper-gold exploration company listed on the TSX Venture Exchange under symbol SLG focused on exploration in Chile.

Shares outstanding are 48.3 million.

The Company has a two highly prospective projects which are 100% owned.

a. Salvadora

a. The Property is 9,600 hectares and is located 20 kilometres from two world class copper-gold porphyry deposits. The El Salvador Mine is still operating and contains 1.7 billion tonnes of ore, past production plus reserves, at +1.0% copper;
b. Salvadora displays similar geological characteristics to the El Salvador mine;
c. The upside at Salvadora is that the Property has not been fully and systematically explored;
d. Limited drilling, sampling and geophysics have all produced encouraging results.

b. Nancagua

a. The 1,200 hectare Property is prospective for high grade gold;
b. The low sulphidation epithermal mineralization is contain in six linear kilometres of veins in four major systems;
c. Historic drilling produced high grade results:
            i. two metres grading 45 g/t gold and 331.8 g/t silver and three metres grading 15.4 g/t gold and 188.7 g/t silver

San Lorenzo Gold is managed by a team with capital markets and exploration experience supported by a board with public company knowledge. The CEO, Ken Booth, has over 35 years’ experience having worked in exploration and investment banking and has been an officer and director of public companies for over20 years. The Company’s Vice President of Exploration, Terry Walker, has been exploring for over 45 years with the last 27 years spent in Chile where he is a resident and manages a team of industry professionals working on San Lorenzo’s properties.