TELLURIUM. GOLD. SILVER

COPPER. TUNGSTEN.

ESSENTIAL METALS FOR A SUSTAINABLE FUTURE

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As of May 26, 2021, Deer Horn Capital is now First Tellurium Corp. Our new name reflects our focus on developing First Tellurium's tellurium projects in British Columbia and Colorado. As the world pushes ahead to develop green technologies, tellurium will continue to experience increasing demand. We are currently updating our website and all other information.

Exploring Responsibly. Leveraging Diverse Partnerships.

At First Tellurium, we’ve built a bold new approach to mineral exploration. Our model is to generate revenue and investor value through mineral discovery, project development and cooperative access to untapped mineral regions with sustainable exploration and strong, mutually beneficial engagement with Indigenous communities.

Our polymetallic (tellurium, gold, silver copper, tungsten) Deer Horn Project in British Columbia and Klondike tellurium-gold property in Colorado anchor a diversified search for metals, working in alliance with Indigenous peoples, NGOs, governments and leading metals buyers. This is the future of mineral exploration: generating revenue by exploring responsibly and leveraging diverse partnerships.

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  • First Tellurium’s leadership includes a board and advisory group with industry leaders in finance, mineral property development, geology, mineralogy, solar power, engineering, research and First Nations engagement/economic development.

  • The 51 square-kilometer Deer Horn project in north-central BC is the only known property in North America with an NI 43-101 resource for silver-gold-tellurium. Also contains porphyry-style copper and tungsten with lead and molybdenum.

  • PEA indicates “robust” economics with a 1.6-year payback and 9-year open pit mine life. PEA IRR return of at least 42% (using gold price of $1,300). Estimated $28.3M CapEx, after-tax NPV of $36.5M

  • Only 22M shares outstanding, 29M fully diluted.

  • Provides access to vast areas of BC with First Nations sanction and historical knowledge of mineral occurrences..

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October 2021

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About Tellurium

It’s one of the earth’s rarest elements, and it's playing key roles in clean energy, battery storage and a growing list of technological uses.

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