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Oracle Mining Commences Trading on OTCQX

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Oracle Ridge Mine is an existing small-scale, underground copper mine in the planning stage for resuming operations.
The mine will have about the same footprint as in previous operations and will look roughly as it does today.

The Oracle Ridge Copper Project consists of 56 patented mining claims in 13 parcels,
covering 927 acres in the Old Hat Mining District at Marble Mountain in Northern Pima County, Arizona.

Review of the Oracle Ridge Mine Project NI 43-101 compliant Technical Report prepared August 20, 2010. 

 A 76 Page Document


The Oracle Ridge Copper Mine, an underground operation from 1991 to 1996, operated at a rate of approximately 1,000 tons per day.
The mine closed in 1996 due to operating difficulties and low copper prices and there has been no mining or exploration activity on the property since 1996.
Immediately prior to the mine closing, a feasibility study was completed to increase production to 2,000 tons per day.
The old production facility has been removed and there is currently no production facility on site.
The ore will be trucked down Black Hills Mine Road.

A significant portion of the property has not been drill tested. Future exploration will include an underground core drilling program to locate additional potential areas of mineralization.

With the acquisition of the Oracle Ridge Copper Mine, and given Oracle Mining Corp's current cash position,
the Company is well-positioned to implement a strategy for growth that it believes will bring value for shareholders.

In September 2010, Oracle Mining Corp, formally Gold Hawk Resources Inc. acquired the Oracle Ridge Copper Mine located 24 km northeast of Tucson, Arizona.

Review of the Oracle Ridge Mine Project NI 43-101 compliant Technical Report prepared August 20, 2010. 

OMCFF - Annual Report - Suplemental Information
For the Period Ending September 19, 2011 

We were incorporated under the Business Corporations Act (Ontario) on March 10, 1980 under the name "Gold Hawk Resources (Ontario) Ltd.". On September 4, 1985, we became a federal corporation pursuant to the Canada Business Corporations Act (the "CBCA") and changed our name to "Consolidated Gold Hawk Resources Inc.". On August 9, 1989, we added a French language version to our name, "Les Ressources Consolidées Gold Hawk Inc." On May 14, 1998, we changed our name to "Gold Hawk Resources Inc." / "Les Ressources Gold Hawk Inc.". We adopted our present name "Oracle Mining Corp." on August 15, 2011.


in August 2009, we entered into a non-binding head-of-agreement with Nyrstar Netherlands (Holdings) BV ("Nyrstar"), pursuant to which Nyrstar agreed to acquire an 85% interest in Compañía Minera for total cash consideration of US$15 million. In addition, Nyrstar agreed to assume our guarantee of Compañía Minera's US$13 million senior debt facility and agreed to loan Compañía Minera up to an additional US$20 million to fund the re-start of the Coricancha Mine. Nyrstar's all-cash offer and financing package for Compañía Minera presented a compelling opportunity for us that our management believed would help preserve shareholder value. Accordingly, we signed a binding share purchase agreement with Nyrstar on the same terms as the head-of-agreement in September 2009. The sale to Nyrstar was subsequently approved by our shareholders at a special meeting of our shareholders held in November 2009.

Oracle Mining Corp. Trades Under OTCQX Symbol OMCCF

VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA--(Marketwire - Oct. 11, 2011) - Oracle Mining Corp. ("Oracle Mining" or the "Corporation") (TSX VENTURE:OMN)(OTCQX:OMCCF)(PINK SHEETS:OMCCF)
is pleased to announce that the Corporation is now listed on the OTCQX and that its shares begin trading effective today under the symbol OMCCF on the OTCQX.

The Corporation's flagship project is the Oracle Ridge Copper Mine 15 miles northeast of Tucson, Arizona and is currently undergoing pre-production permitting, confirmation surface drilling of the historic resources as well as design and engineering for a new 2,000 tons-per-day production facility. The underground mine was in operation from 1991 to 1996 and has approximately 11 miles of underground development access.

"We believe joining the OTCQX will help us provide U.S. investors with superior information disclosure and look forward to raising the Oracle Mining profile with U.S. investors interested in U.S. copper developments," said Alex Langer, Oracle Mining's VP, Corporate Development.

The Corporation undertook the OTCQX listing as a means to provide alternative access to U.S. investors in Oracle Mining Corp. in addition to the Corporation's listing on the TSX Venture Exchange. Investors will be able to find the Corporation's current financial disclosures and media releases on www.OTCQX.com and www.OTCMarkets.com as well as on the Corporation website www.oracleminingcorp.com and on www.SEDAR.com.

The U.S. capital market is significantly larger than in Canada and adding an U.S listing enables the Corporation to share its compelling story with a broader investor audience. The OTCQX is the top level of three OTC Market tiers and is recognized as a quality-controlled marketplace for many junior mining companies. In 2010, securities on the OTC platform traded more than $144 billion in securities.

About Oracle Mining Corp.

Oracle Mining Corp. (TSX VENTURE:OMN)(OTCQX:OMCCF)(PINK SHEETS:OMCCF) is a Vancouver, Canada-based corporation with a focus on uncovering overlooked deep-value projects to achieve superior shareholder returns. The Corporation is the sole owner and operator of Oracle Ridge Mining LLC and copper mine located 15 miles northeast of Tucson, Arizona. Oracle Mining has cash on hand of approximately $12 million, minimal long-term debt and is managed by an experienced team of mining professionals with extensive operating and financial experience.

Forward-looking Statement Disclaimer

This document may contain "forward-looking statements" within the meaning of Canadian securities legislation. These forward-looking statements are made as of the date of this document and Oracle Mining Corp. (hereinafter referred to as the "Corporation") does not intend, and does not assume any obligation, to update these forward-looking statements. Forward-looking statements relate to future events or future performance and reflect management of the Corporation's expectations or beliefs regarding future events and include, but are not limited to, statements with respect to the estimation of mineral reserves and resources, the realization of mineral reserve estimates, the timing and amount of estimated future production, costs of production, capital expenditures, success of mining operations, commodity prices, environmental risks, unanticipated reclamation expenses, title disputes or claims and limitations on insurance coverage. In certain cases, forward-looking statements can be identified by the use of words such as "plans", "expects" or "does not expect", "is expected", "budget", "scheduled", "estimates", "forecasts", "intends", "anticipates" or "does not anticipate", or "believes", or variations of such words and phrases or statements that certain actions, events or results "may", "could", "would", "might" or "will be taken", "occur" or "be achieved" or the negative of these terms or comparable terminology. By their very nature forward-looking statements involve known and unknown risks, uncertainties and other factors which may cause the actual results, performance or achievements of the Corporation to be materially different from any future results, performance or achievements expressed or implied by the forward-looking statements. Such factors include, among others, risks related to actual results of current exploration activities; changes in project parameters as plans continue to be refined; future prices of resources; possible variations in ore reserves, grade or recovery rates; accidents, labour disputes and other risks of the mining industry; delays in obtaining governmental approvals or financing or in the completion of development or construction activities; as well as those factors detailed from time to time in the Corporation's interim and annual financial statements and management's discussion and analysis of those statements, all of which are filed and available for review on SEDAR at www.sedar.com.

Although the Corporation has attempted to identify important factors that could cause actual actions, events or results to differ materially from those described in forward-looking statements, there may be other factors that cause actions, events or results not to be as anticipated, estimated or intended. There can be no assurance that forward-looking statements will prove to be accurate, as actual results and future events could differ materially from those anticipated in such statements. Accordingly, readers should not place undue reliance on forward-looking statements.

Neither the TSX Venture Exchange nor its Regulation Services Provider (as that term is defined in the policies of the TSX Venture Exchange) accepts responsibility for the adequacy or accuracy of this release.


The mine entrance is located about seven miles from Summerhaven down Old Mount Lemmon Road (United States Forest Service Road 38 or Control Road), the road between Summerhaven and Oracle.

 The Catalina Highway is heavily traveled by tourists and locals. 
It goes from Tucson to the Mount Lemon  Ski area.
During the summer it is popular with bikers, hikers and 
a cool mountain reteat from the 100+ degrees in Tucson.

Oracle Ridge

Coronado National Forest - Oracle Ridge TraIL Map

Pictures of the mine and area can be seen here:


Oracle Ridge Mine is an existing small-scale, underground copper mine in the conceptual planning stage for resuming operations.
There are roughly 11 miles of developed tunnels. It is on private land.
Oracle Ridge Mine is on the north side of the Santa Catalina Mountains. There are two portals to the mine, the 6400 portal and the 5900 portal. 
Both portals are equipped with locking gates.
The reclaimed tailings from the mine are located approximately two miles east of the mine property.

A transport truck would make about five to seven round trips per day on the Black Hills Mine Road to transport concentrate.
Transportation plans include using a short segment of Old Mount Lemmon Road (FR38 or Control Road) and the length of Black Hills Mine Road (FR4450) from the mine through San Manuel.
A traffic analysis was performed on March 24 and March 25, 2011 at State Rte 77 and State Route 79, American Avenue and Reddington Road.
Also on Mount Lemon Road intersections with American Avenue and Webb Road.
The mine will provide jobs for about 180 employees who would be bused to and from the site and San Manuel as there are no parking facilities at the mine.


Under the Oracle Ridge Purchase and Sale Agreement, Marble Mountain agreed to sell to Oracle Ridge certain sub-surface mineral rights  (as set out below) located on the Oracle Ridge Property for the purchase price of US$4,527,300 (the "Purchase Price"), an initial payment of US$26,135 and a closing payment of US$126,583. Oracle Ridge has paid US$152,718 to Marble Mountain and has agreed to make the following subsequent payments, secured by promissory notes (each a "Promissory Note" and collectively, the "Promissory Notes"), to Marble Mountain:
Table 2: Purchase Payments
Date of Payment Amount ($ US) 
2010, May 5 $250,000
2010, November 2 $1,000,000
2011, May 2 $500,000
2011, October 31 $500,000
2012, April 27 $500,000
2012, October 21 $806,500
2013, October 21 $500,000
2013, October 21 $470,800
Total $4,527,300

Interest: 8% per annum, calculated on the basis of a 360 day year and the actual number of days elapsed in such year or if an instalment payment is not made when due according to the term of
the Promissory Note, 13% per annum calculated on the basis of a 360 day year and the actual number of days elapsed in such year from the date of non-payment until it is cured.
· Final Maturity: on an event of default the entire unpaid principal balance of the Promissory Note, together with all accrued and unpaid interest and all other amounts will be due and payable in full.
· * Application of Payments: payments and prepayments made under a Promissory Note will be applied as follows: (a)
first to any later charges, costs, fees or other amounts due and payable, (b) second to payment of accrued and unpaid interest and (c) third to payment of the principal.
* Prepayment: all or any portion of the principal balance of each Promissory Note, together with accrued and unpaid interest can be voluntarily prepaid at any time upon one
business days' notice.

During the initial three year term (the "Initial Term") the rent payable to Marble Mountain is US$100 per year. However, if Oracle Ridge commences use of any part of the Oracle Ridge
Property for the purposes of "Commercial Production" (as described below) during the Initial Term, the rent will increase to $150,000 per year.
Commercial Production will be deemed to have commenced on the first day of the month following the first 15 consecutive days during which mineral products have been produced from the Oracle Ridge Property at an average rate of 70% of the initial rate of capacity from the existing mining facilities.
Beginning in the first year after the Initial Term of the Oracle Ridge Industrial Property Lease, the rent shall be $150,000 per year and shall be re-adjusted annually thereafter, pursuant to
the Oracle Ridge Industrial Property Lease.

Pursuant to the Oracle Ridge Industrial Property Lease, Oracle Ridge is responsible for, amongst other things, the following:
* The improvement and restoration of the façade of the old office/warehouse building, old mine dry building, and associated shed and carport.
· The installation of a boundary fence and gate at a precise location approved by the Oracle Ridge and Marble Mountain.
* The improvement and restoration of the mechanic's building.
* The improvement and restoration or removal of the old rock house.
· * The camouflaging of the hatched and ventilation shafts.
* The installation of (a) new well(s), water delivery and pumping facilities.
· * The construction, improvement and maintenance of the U.S. Forest Service Road.

To construct a new milling facility the following permits will be needed.
· State of Arizona Aquifer Protection Permit to use existing tails impoundment area.
· State of Arizona Easements and Special Use Permits for the Existing Haul Road.
· State of Arizona permits to use the existing water wells or, if necessary drill offsets to the existing wells. The area is in an allocated water basin.
· U.S. Forest Service Special Use Permits for use of existing roads and the tailings pipe line corridor.
· Pima County Air Quality Permit


The mine will have about the same footprint as in previous operations and will look roughly as it does today.
The existing Reclaimed Tailings Facility, which is located on private property, will be expanded.
The Tailings Facility is currently visible from Old Mount Lemmon Road on the way to Oracle and from the ridgeline north of Summerhaven.
Exact expansion details are to be determined and may include an increase in height.


The pre-permitting stage is underway and underground confirmation drilling of the historic resource is planned to begin in early 2011.

New drill results will be used to verify existing data and to complete a NI 43-101 compliant technical report on reserves and resources.

The Oracle Ridge Copper Mine, an underground operation from 1991 to 1996, operated at a rate of approximately 1,000 tons per day.
The mine closed in 1996 due to operating difficulties and low copper prices and there has been no mining or exploration activity on the property since 1996. Immediately prior to the mine closing, a feasibility study was completed to increase production to 2,000 tons per day.
The old production facility has been removed and there is currently no production facility on site.

A significant portion of the property has not been drill tested. Future exploration will include an underground core drilling program
to locate additional potential areas of mineralization.

With the acquisition of the Oracle Ridge Copper Mine, and given Oracle Mining Corp's current cash position, the Company is well-positioned to implement a strategy for growth that it believes will bring value for shareholders.


Paul Eagland Director and Interim CEO
Paul Eagland is a merchant banker with more than 25 years experience in mining and transaction finance.

Jason Mercier
Vice President and Corporate Secretary
Jason Mercier has spent the past decade in Investor Relations, corporate and media relations and Corporate Secretary functions for public Canadian companies with $20M to $15B market capitalization. He has extensive experience with corporate governance issues, BCSC regulatory compliance, SEDAR/SEDI disclosure, corporate treasury and the corporate finance rules of the TSX Venture Exchange. Mr. Mercier's background includes crisis and issues management at a boutique agency where he worked with senior executives in mining, investment, telecom, food, transportation, media, professional services, REIT and other sectors to respond to challenges and grow their respective businesses, as well as six years spent as a business reporter and editor.

Carlos Escribano
Vice President Finance and
Chief Financial Officer

Carlos Escribano is a Certified General Accountant and graduate of the University of British Columbia. He has held several senior level accounting and financial reporting positions with publicly-listed companies in the mining industry. In his previous role, Mr. Escribano served as CFO and VP Finance for a resource company publicly listed in Canada and the USA. His experience includes financial and strategic management, debt and equity financing, regulatory compliance, internal controls, budgeting and transitioning to IFRS.

Victor Rozon
Vice President Operations
Vic Rozon joined Gold Hawk in February 2008 to provide metallurgical and operational assistance to Company projects. He is a Haileybury School of Mines graduate with more than 25 years experience in the mining industry and has held numerous senior management positions domestically and internationally. Mr. Rozon also has an extensive background in metallurgy, plant design, feasibility studies, construction and operations. He was part of a team that pioneered heap leaching in Canada's cold climate and build Canada's first CIP plant. Some of his metallurgical expertise includes diamonds, copper, lead, zinc and industrial minerals such as bauxite and phosphate. At present, he is leading the team in the re-permitting of the Oracle Ridge Copper Mine.



Paul Eagland
Director and Interim CEO
Paul Eagland is a merchant banker with more than 25 years experience in mining and transaction finance.

Derek Price, MBA, CA Director
Mr. Price has spent most of his career in the mining industry. He was Vice President, Finance and CFO of molybdenum producer Thompson Creek Metals Company Inc. from 2003 until his retirement in 2008. He was also Vice President, Finance and CFO of Glencairn Gold Corporation from 2003 to 2006. From 1996 to 2003, he was Vice President, Finance and CFO of Wheaton River Minerals Ltd (now Goldcorp Inc.). Prior to Wheaton River he spent four years as Vice President Finance of gold producer Granges Inc. and ten years in various roles with base metal producer Cominco Ltd. He is a member of both the Canadian and Australian Institutes of Chartered Accountants. Mr. Price holds a MBA from Griffith University in Australia, and a Bachelor of Mathematics from the University of Waterloo in Canada.

Alan Edwards Director
Alan Edwards has three decades of diverse mining industry experience, including leadership roles at a number of well-known mines. Included in his extensive career accomplishments are operations roles at P.T. Freeport Indonesia's Grasberg as Vice President of Surface Mines and then as Senior Vice President, Operations; and, as Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer of Apex Silver Mines Corporation, where he was responsible for the engineering, construction and commissioning of the San Cristobal mine in Bolivia.
He served as CEO and President of Copper One Inc. from December 2009 to June 2011 and as CEO and President of Frontera Copper Corp. from September 2007 through February 2009. He is the former Vice President of Technical Services and Project Development and former Vice President of Operations of Kinross Gold Corporation. During the 1980s to mid-1990s, he served in various positions at Phelps Dodge Corporation, including General Manager of Operations at Chino Mines Company and Mine Superintendent at Phelps Dodge Morenci Inc. 
Mr. Edwards holds a BSc in Mining Engineering and an MBA in Finance from the University of Arizona.

Gregory K. Liller Director 
Greg received his Bachelors in Geology from Western State College, Gunnison, Colorado in 1977 and has more than 30 years of experience in mineral exploration and mine development. He has played a key role in turning seven projects into producing mines and in his career has led to the delineation of more than 11 million ounces of gold and more than 500 million ounces of silver in reserves and resources.
From 1993 to 2008, he served as an Officer and Director for a group of Canadian and Australian mining companies working in Mexico, including Gammon Lake, Mexgold, Santa Cruz and Genco. This work included the development and construction of the Lluvia de Oro Mine and the development of the Magistral Gold Mine. In 1999, he joined Gammon Lake Resources as Vice President of Exploration where he continued his exploration and development of the Ocampo Gold-Silver District. Mine construction at Ocampo began in March 2005 and the first gold pour occurred in January 2006. Concurrent with Ocampo, as Vice President of Exploration and a Director of Mexgold, he oversaw the acquisition of the El Cubo Mine complex and its subsequent increase in production from 2,000 gold equivalent ounces/month to 7,000 gold equivalent ounces/month in two years.

Michel Tardif Director  
Michel Tardif is an investor involved in senior financial ventures. Mr. Tardif was formerly a financial analyst for brokerage firms in Montreal.

Mark Forsyth Director 
Mark Forsyth has spent 25 years working in commodity trading houses. He started his career in London in 1986 working for Marc Rich and also Pechiney World Trade. For the past nine years, Mr. Forsyth has been based in Zug, Switzerland where he was Head Trader at Marc Rich & Co Investment AG for seven years. He recently worked with the Trafigura Group where he was senior trader in Luzern, Switzerland and at the end of 2010 he formed his own consultancy company Cliveden AG. 

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Options: 2,579,000
Fully Diluted o/s 34,013,070
Shares owned by directors and officers - 25.6%

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Black Hills Mine Road


Mount Lemon is 25 miles above Tucson at an elevation of 9,157 ft.

Copper ore extracted by the previous mine operators was processed at the San Manuel Facility of Magma Copper Co.
In 1952, the Reconstruction and Finance Corporation authorized a $94 million loan to Magma for construction of the mine, the plant, railroads,
and the company town. (Weiss, 1985) Production level mining began in 1954, following six years of underground exploration and development work.
In 1969, Magma was sold to Newmont Mining Corporation. In 1987, Magma was reorganized and spun off to Newmont stockholders.
Within two years, Newmont interests in San Manuel were recapitalized and repurchased by Magma. (Magma, 1988)

Magma Copper Company operated the San Manuel mine, mill, and smelter facilities located north of Tucson,
Arizona, in Pinal County. The facility encompassed approximately 12,000 acres of patented land with
operations that extracted, beneficiate, and processed both sulfide and oxide ore to recover copper and
molybdenum. The sulfide ore operations consist ed of an underground mine, a mill facility for copper and molybdenum
flotation, and a smelter and electrolytic refinery. Oxide ore operations consisted of an open pit mine and an in
situ leach operation, a lined leach pile containing ore mined from the open pit, and a solvent
extraction/electrowinning facility. Both the electrowinning operation and the electrolytic refinery produced a
copper cathode that is 99.99 percent copper. San Manuel had 3,600 employees, 1,500 of whom worked in the
underground mine. All product was shipped via railroad to Hayden for distribution. A warehouse was 
constructed approximately one half mile from the facility to allow for local product storage and distribution
and thereby decrease transportation costs associated with distributing the copper products from Hayden, Arizona.
The San Manuel mine was the largest underground copper mine in the world in terms of p oduction capacity, size of the ore
body, and "installed facilities" (Magma, 1988, Weiss, 1985).



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#32   Nice to see Pima has perspicacious officials, good gharma 07/08/12 02:45:29 AM
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#25   With lead time for build and ship, good gharma 03/19/12 11:41:58 AM
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