Daulton Capital Corp. is a natural resource finance company focused on precious and base metals as well as oil & gas opportunities. With the primary objective of partnering with major and junior natural resource companies for option/joint venturing projects, Daulton Capital has formed an experienced management team with the expertise necessary to capitalize on the tremendous opportunities available in the natural resource sector today.

The Company aims to acquire resource projects and expand exploration while continuing to seek special situations and unique opportunities in under funded projects within the resource sector. When evaluating these opportunities, Daulton Capital keeps its primary focus on growing shareholder value while limiting investment risk. The company also commits itself to being responsible with integrity, trust and respect for all partners and communities involved.

Daulton Capital has negotiated an option agreement on two key Gold Projects located in the Yukon Territory, Canada; the Hunker Project, which is located in the heart of the famous Klondike Placer Gold District, and the Balarat Project, located in the White Gold District. This newly discovered and internationally recognized area is the same district where Underworld Resource’s (TSX.UW) recent drill results incepted grades of 103 meters averaging 3.4 g/t Au.

In Papua New Guinea, the company has forged a strategic partnership with James Das, President of South Pacific Connection Ltd., to acquire majority working interest in a major placer property located in the Prince Alexander fault. Richly endowed with gold, copper, oil, natural gas, and other minerals, Papua New Guinea has the third-largest gold reserves in the world. The country also contains four of the largest gold and gold/copper mines in the world.

Both energy related resources such as natural gas and oil as well as precious metals such as gold, silver and copper will play a significant role in the growing demands of the world’s economy. Taking into consideration the relative buoyancy of the price of precious metals and energy due to worldwide demand drivers, currency and economic turbulence, the outlook for the price of natural resources is quite favorable as demand continues to increase.

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