26 Nov

Annual General Meeting Presentation

ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING PRESENTATION NOVEMBER 2021 Nature of Document This Presentation is provided on the basis that neither the Company nor its respective officers, shareholders, related bodies corporate, partners, affiliates, employees, representatives or advisers, make any representation or warranty (express or impl ied ) as to the accuracy, reliability, relevance or completeness of the material it contains. Nothing contained in the Presentation is , or may be relied upon, as a promise, representation or warranty, whether as to the past or the future, and the Company hereby excludes all warranties that can be excluded by law. The Presentation The presentation contains ‘forward - looking statements’. As set out in more detail on Slide 2 0 , by their nature, forward - looking statements involve known and unknown risks, uncertainties and other factors because they relate to events and depend on circumstances that may or may not occur in the future, and assumptions which may or may not prove to be correct (and may be beyond the Company’s ability to control or predict), any (or all) of which may cause the actual results or performance of the Company to be materially different from the results or performance expressed or implied by such forward - looking statements. No representation is made that any forward - looking statement will come to pass, that any forecast result will be achieved, or that any assumption on which a forward - looking statement is based is reasonable. Forward - looking statements are made as at the date of this Presentation, and the Company disclaims any obligation or undertaking to release any update of, or revision to, any forward - looking statement contained in this Presentation. contains information relating to Mineral Resources estimates and Ore Reserves estimates. All persons reviewing this Presentation should refer to the JORC resource statements and competent person confirmations in the Appendix to this Presentation (slides 1 8 and 19 ). Professional Advice recommended All persons reviewing this Presentation should consider seeking appropriate professional advice before making any investment decision. Neither the provision of the Presentation nor any information contained in the Presentation or subsequently communicated to any person in connection with the Presentation is, or should be taken as, constituting the giving of investme nt advice to any person. Forward Looking and Cautionary Statement As noted above, some statements in this Presentation regarding estimates or future events are forward looking statements. They include indications of, and guidance on, future earnings, cash flow, costs and financial performance. Forward looking statements include, but are not limited to, statements preceded by words such as “planned”, “expected”, “projected”, “estimated”, “may”, “scheduled”, “intends”, “anticipates”, “believes”, “potential”, “could”, “nominal”, “conceptual” and simi lar expressions. Forward looking statements, opinions and estimates included in this Presentation are based on assumptions and contingencies which are subject to change without notice, as are statements about market and industry trends, which are based on interpretations of current market conditions. Forward looking statements are provided as a general guide only and should n ot be relied on as a guarantee of future performance. Forward looking statements may be affected by a range of variables that could cause actual results to differ from estimated results, and may cause the Company’s actual performance and financial results in future periods to materially differ from any projections of future performance or results expressed or implied by suc h forward looking statements. These risks and uncertainties include but are not limited to liabilities inherent in mine develop men t and production, geological, mining and processing technical problems, the inability to obtain any additional mine licenses, permits and other regulatory approvals required in connection with mining and third party processing operations, competition for among other things, capital, acquisition of reserves, undeveloped lands and skilled personnel, incorrect assessments of the value of acquisitions, changes in commodity prices and exchange rate, currency and interest fluctuations, various events whic h could disrupt operations and/or the transportation of mineral products, including labour stoppages and severe weather conditions, the demand for and availability of transportation services, the ability to secure adequate financing and management’s ability to anticipate and manage the foregoing factors and risks. There can be no assurance that forward looking statements will prove to be correct. Statements regarding plans with respect to the Company’s mineral properties may contain forward looking statements in relation to future matters that can only be made where the Company has a reasonable basis for making those statements. The forward looking statements in this Presentation are based on current expectations, estimates, forecasts and projections about the Company and the industry in which it operates. They do, however, relate to future matters and are subject to variou s inherent risks and uncertainties. Actual events or results may differ materially from the events or results expressed or impl ied by any forward looking statements. The past performance of the Company is no guarantee of future performance. You are cautioned not to place undue reliance on any forward looking statement. The forward looking statements in this Presentation reflect views held only as at the date of this Presentation. None of Horizon Minerals Limited or its directors, officers, employees, agents or contractors makes any representation or warranty (either expressed or implied) as to the accuracy or likelihood of fulfilment of any future looking statement, or any events or results expressed or implied in any forward looking statement, except to the extent required by law. The Company believes that it has a reasonable basis for making the forward looking statements in the Presentation, including with respect to any production targets and financial estimates, based on the information contained in this and previous ASX announcements. 2 DISCLAIMER AND IMPORTANT NOTICES Horizon Minerals is an explorer with highly strategic projects in the Kalgoorlie and Coolgardie regions and exposure to multiple commodities within Australia 3 MINERALS EXPLORER IN THE HEART OF THE GOLDFIELDS ABOUT HORIZON + 1.13Moz 1 1,100 sq km Mineral Resources Large, strategic WA Goldfields landholding 1. As announced to the ASX on 3 November 2021, see also tables and confirmations on slides 18 and 19 2. As announced to the ASX on 20 October 2021 +A$ 15M 50,000m Cash/investments to support growth strategy CY21 drilling program continues with up to four rigs on site 2 ABOUT HORIZON Capital Structure 1 Shares M 567.9 Unlisted Options M 24.0 Share price A$ 0.14 Market capitalisation A$M 80.1 Cash position + listed investments A$M 15.1 Debt A$M Nil Enterprise value A$M ~ 65.0 Board and Management 2 Ashok Parekh Non - Executive Chair Peter Bilbe Non - Executive Director Jon Price Managing Director Grant Haywood Chief Operating Officer Julian Tambyrajah Chief Financial Officer and Co Sec David O’Farrell Exploration Manager 4 1. Price data as at 2 5 Novembe r 2021 2. Full biographies contained in appendices Share Price History Shareholder Breakdown CORPORATE SNAPSHOT • Completed infill drilling program on seven core projects for updated resources and ore reserve generation ? 1.13Moz in Mineral Resource with 76% in M&I categories 1 • Commenced largest ever exploration and growth drilling program across the 1,100km 2 portfolio ? Excellent drilling results and new discoveries below cover • Completed trial mining and toll milling to de - risk Boorara ? Generated $4m in cash and improved resource quality • Acquired a number of high grade assets within close proximity ? Kalpini, Cannon, Penny’s Find, Glandore, Cowarna and Phoenix • Divested non - core assets for cash and shares and put into quality companies ? CYM, RDT, MHK, RWD, KWR totalling ~$ 10M in value creation 1 • Advanced Richmond vanadium and retained Nimbus silver • Managed through COVID, labour tightness and assay delays 5 1. As announced to the ASX on 3 November 2021, see also tables and confirmations on slides 18,19 2. As announced to the ASX on 27 October 2021 2021 IN REVIEW EXPLORATION , TRIAL MINING, CASH GENERATION, ACQUISITIONS AND DIVESTMENTS • 1.13Moz Au Mineral Resource at 1.7g/t Au with 76% in M&I 1 • Mineral Resource updates for seven core deposits 1 : 1. Boorara: 448koz ( 11.0Mt @ 1.26g /t Au) 2. Binduli (Crake): 66koz ( 1.4Mt @ 1.5g/t Au) 3. Rose Hill: 93koz (0.8Mt @ 3.7g/t Au) 4. Teal: 258koz (3.6Mt @ 2.3g/t Au) 5. Kalpini: 139koz (1.9Mt @ 2.3g/t Au) 6. Cannon: 32koz ( 0.23Mt @ 4.3g/t Au) 7. Penny’s Find: 42koz ( 0.26Mt @ 5.2g/t Au) • Mine optimisation, design and economic evaluation now underway on all resources • Significant brownfields and greenfields exploration targets with all tenure hosting open cut and underground growth potential 2 6 SUCCESSFUL INFILL DRILLING PROGRAM ACROSS CORE RESOURCE BASE 1. As announced to the ASX on 3 November, see also tables and confirmations on slides 18,19 2. See Forward Looking and Cautionary Statements on Page 2 and 20 RESOURCE UPDATES RELEASED • Multiple priority targets being tested with up to 4 rigs and 48,000m of drilling completed to date • Potential new discovery at Kestrel within the Binduli area ? Results including 18m at 5.75g/t Au and 23m at 5.84g/t Au 1 ? Infill and extension drilling continues at Kestrel and new targets at Falcon, Honeyeater and Coote / Crake • New gold mineralisation intercepted at Windanya, Binduli, Golden Ridge and the Greater Boorara area ? Follow up drilling planned at all prospects in CY2022 • Exploration drilling now expanded to include silver, zinc, nickel and pegmatite targets ? Corsair (Ni), Nimbus (Ag - Zn), Gretel (Ag and base metals), Lakewood and Yarmany • Significant success being achieved under cover and below historic drilling with deeper drilling now underway • Issues with long assay turnaround times continue with over 9 ,000m of drilling samples awaiting processing 7 1. As announced to the ASX on 5 October 2021, NEW MINERALISTION DISCOVERED LARGEST EVER EXPLORATION AND GROWTH DRILLING PROGRAM ACROSS 1,100km 2 • Located 15km east of Kalgoorlie and adjacent to NST’s Super Pit gold operation • Trial mining, toll milling and pit mapping completed to test the grade uplift potential and metallurgical performance • Mined 267kt at 1.23g/t Au for 10,560oz, toll milled 138kt at 1.45g/t Au for 6,570oz • Excellent ore performance through the mill with recovery of 94.5% with a +40% gravity component and very rapid leach response time • All grade control, trial and pit mapping data used to compile a new geological model • Updated independent Mineral Resource estimate stands at: 1 o 11.0Mt grading 1.26g /t Au for 448,000oz at a 0.5g/t Au lower grade cut - off • Resource grade increased by 34% against the previous model with the inclusion of the high grade cross cutting vein arrays demonstrated by the trial • Trial generated ~A$4m net cash and greatly improved confidence in the orebody • Mine optimisation, design, approvals and economic analysis now underway for maiden Ore Reserve generation in the December Quarter 2021 8 PRIME LOCATION FOR BULK BASELOAD DEPOSIT 1. As announced to the ASX on 27 April 2021, see also table and confirmation on slide 1 8 DE - RISKING BOORARA • A number of acquisitions completed in 2021 to grow the portfolio all within 75km of Kalgoorlie with existing resources and significant growth potential • Kalpini gold project acquired for $2.75m in cash and hosts a current resource of 139koz at 2.3g/t Au with extension drilling underway along strike and at depth 1 • Bulong South, Glandore and Cowarna gold projects acquired for $10m cash and hosts the development ready Cannon underground mine hosting 32koz at 4.3g/t Au 1 • 50:50 JV covering the Penny’s Find underground project completed for $1.5m in cash hosting 42koz at 5.22g/t Au 1 • Further tenure consolidated at the Yarmany, Boorara and Lakewood project areas with Horizon holding dominant positions in underexplored regions and highly prospective for precious, base and battery minerals • The Company continues to pursue consolidation opportunities at both the asset and corporate levels 9 CONTINUING TO CONSOLIDATE ASSETS ON MAJOR GEOLOGICAL STRUCTURES 1 see Tables and confirmations on page 18 ACQUISITIONS TO SUPPORT GROWTH • A number of d i vestments completed in 2021 generating cash and exposure to the assets via shareholdings in quality listed companies • Menzies divestment completed with $3.4m in cash received and Horizon holding 37M shares (~16%) in Kingwest Resources Ltd • Nanadie Well Copper - gold project in the Murchison region divested to Cyprium Metals Ltd with $600k in cash received and shareholding of 2.5M shares • Prospecting Licence divested to Red Dirt Metals for 1.5M shares and 1M options • Nickel Rights option divested to Metal Hawk for 1.5M shares with a further 3M shares on exercise of the option within 18 months • Two gold royalties sold to VOX Royalty Corp for $7m in cash, $4m received and $3m due on VOX receiving $750k in royalty payments • Current combined shareholding value totals ~$10 million • Cash proceeds from production and divestments used to self fund exploration drilling and further asset consolidation 10 PUTTING NON - CORE ASSETS IN GOOD HANDS WHILE RETAINING EXPOSURE Courtesy of Kingwest Resources Ltd (ASX: KWR) DIVESTMENTS TO CREATE VALUE • Horizon owns 25% interest in the 1.8Bt Richmond – Julia Creek oxide vanadium project in Northwest Queensland 1 • Extensive drilling, metallurgical test work and process flowsheet development completed and positive PFS released • Lilyvale deposit now advancing to DFS and has potential t o provide globally significant supply to the steel and emerging green energy storage markets • Horizon and JV partner RVT will now work together t o combine our interests into a dedicated IPO Vehicle holding 100% of the project and seek an ASX Listing • Intent to include an in - specie distribution of a portion of Horizon’s interest to existing eligible shareholders and a priority offering in the IPO • Transaction documents and further details to be provided in the March Quarter for a potential listing in the June Quarter 2022 11 INTENTION TO DEMERGE AND LIST INTO DEDICATED IPO VEHICLE AND ADVANCE DFS 1. As announced to the ASX on 24 November, see also ASX announcement dated 17 August 2021 RICHMOND – JULIA CREEK VANADIUM • Located adjacent to the Boorara gold project with shared infrastructure • Extensive drilling and metallurgical test work completed and potential for growth along strike and at depth • Historic FS completed and put on hold due to depressed silver and zinc prices • Technical review identified potential to re - evaluate the high grade component of the current resource • Interest received from potential offtake partners • Horizon to retain the project on a 100% basis and update the FS under a concentrate production and sale model • Further drilling planned in 2022 to test for extensions and repeat structures • Optionality retained on future gains in silver and zinc prices 12 RETAIN AND COMPLETE FURTHER ECONOMIC STUDIES TO MAXIMISE OPTIONALITY NIMBUS SILVER – ZINC PROJECT HORIZON ACTIVATES ITS SUSTAINABILITY JOURNEY OUR PATH TO GROWING A SUSTAINABLE AND PROFITABLE BUSINESS To go beyond our obligations and to continuously look at ways to integrate sustainability across our business. OBJECTIVE Sustainability is a journey and Horizon understands that it is a business imperative to lay robust sustainability foundations to actively monitor, measure and improve on our material risks and opportunities. OUR JOURNEY Established our Environmental, Social, Governance (ESG) baseline early STRATEGY Aligned with global Sustainable Accounting Standards Board (SASB) Metals and Mining Framework Collected and verified our data against international metrics Conducted a Materiality Assessment across our organisation and key contractors to align internal and external expectations around ESG Conducted gap analysis and identified areas of value creation. Adopted ESG technology to collect, verify and report on our progress going forward. DATA DRIVEN ESG STRATEGY As our organisation grows and we gather more data, we will look to communicate our progress with our stakeholders. • Exploration drilling highly successful in 2021 with a further 7 5 ,000m planned in 2022 targeting new discoveries and resource extensions • Significant potential for resource growth through drilling and further asset consolidation • Yarmany, Lakewood and Boorara areas the key focus for new discoveries in gold, silver, base metals and battery mineral s • Complete the c onsolidated Pre - Feasibility Study and assess all options to maximise value and minimise risk • Complete an economic review of the Nimbus Silver - zinc project • Advance the Lilyvale vanadium project to DFS and work through the demerger and ASX Listing process • Continue to pursue consolidation opportunities at asset and corporate level • Increase our marketing effort t o put Horizon clearly on the rada r 14 RESOURCE GROWTH AND NEW DISCOVERY DRILLING TO GROW ASSET BAS E 1. see Forward Looking and Cautionary Statements on Pages 2 and 20 2022 – DRILLING AND ASSESSING OPTIONS 1 • To the Board and Executive team who have done an excellent job in what has been a challenging year for the region, state, nation and globally • To our staff who work tirelessly in Kalgoorlie and Perth to support and grow the business • To all our contractors and consultants who have supported us though the year • And to you, our shareholders, we appreciate your ongoing support and look forward to keeping you fully informed in what will be an exciting year in 2022 • Your Company has a strong dedicated team, quality assets in world class regions, exposure to multiple commodities and listed investments and considerable growth potential QUESTIONS? 15 THANK YOU BOARD AND MANAGEMENT APPENDICES 16 175+ YEARS COMBINED EXPERIENCE OPERATING IN THE WA GOLDFIELDS Peter Bilbe, Non - Executive Director • Mining Engineer with over 40 years’ experience • Has held senior management positions at Mount Gibson Iron, Aztec Resources, Portman, Aurora Gold and Kalgoorlie Consolidated Gold Mines • Experience across all aspects of operations, feasibility studies, exploration, corporate functions, financing, capital raisings and mergers and acquisitions • Past Chairman and NED of Independence Group for 13yrs and Director of Adriatic Ashok Parekh, Non - Executive Chair • Chartered accountant with over 40 years’ experience who owns a large Accounting Practice in Kalgoorlie, which he has operated for 33 years • Awarded the Centenary Medal in 2003 by the Governor General of Australia, and was recently awarded the Meritorious Service Award by the Institute of Chartered Accountants, the highest award granted by the institute in Australia. Jon Price, Managing Director • Metallurgist with more than 30 years’ experience • Former GM of St Ives and Paddington gold mines and founding Managing Director of Phoenix Gold acquired by Evolution Mining for $74.3M in 2015 • At Phoenix, consolidated prospective tenure in the WA Goldfields and built 4Moz resources through exploration • Experience across company management, exploration, development, construction and mining operations Grant Haywood, Chief Operating Officer • Mining Engineer with over 27 years’ experience in underground and open cut mining operations • Extensive mining experience managing mining projects from Feasibility through to operations for junior and multi - national companies including Goldfields Ltd, Saracen mineral Holdings and Phoenix Gold Ltd David O’Farrell, Exploration Manager • Highly experienced geologist with over 27 years’ experience in project generation, conceptual and greenfields exploration, resource modelling and estimation and feasibility studies 17 Julian Tambyrajah, Chief Financial Officer and Company Secretary • Certified Practicing Accountant and Chartered Company Secretary with more than 27 years’ experience in commercial and corporate finance roles in Australia and overseas resource Companies, 19 years at CFO level • Extensive experience covering financial and techno - commercial areas including accounting, supply and logistics, project evaluation, feasibility studies, construction and operations management across small and large organisations LEADERSHIP TEAM 18 Horizon Minerals Limited – Summary of Gold Mineral Resources (at a 1 g/t Au cut - off grade) Confirmation The information in this report that relates to Horizon’s Mineral Resources estimates is extracted from and was originally reported in Horizon’s ASX announcements “Intermin’s Resources Grow to over 667 , 000 Ounces” dated 20 March 2018 , “Rose Hill firms as quality high grade open pit and underground gold project” dated 8 December 2020 , “Updated Boorara Mineral Resource Delivers a 34 % Increase In Gold Grade” dated 27 April 2021 , “Penny’s Find JV Resource Update” dated 14 July 2021 , “Updated Crake Resource improves in quality” dated 7 September 2021 , “Jacques Find - Peyes Farm Mineral Resource update” dated 15 September 2021 and “Kalpini Gold Project Mineral Resource Update” dated 28 September 2021 , each of which is available at www . asx . com . au . The Company confirms that it is not aware of any new information or data that materially affects the information included in the original market announcements and that all material assumptions and technical parameters underpinning the estimates in those announcements continue to apply and have not materially changed . The Company confirms that the form and context of the Competent Person’s findings in relation to those Mineral Resources estimates or Ore Reserves estimates have not been materially modified from the original market announcements . GOLD RESOURCE STATEMENT Mt Au (g/t) Oz Mt Au (g/t) Oz Mt Au (g/t) Oz Mt Au (g/t) Oz Boorara OP 0.5 1.28 1.23 50,630 7.19 1.27 294,140 2.56 1.26 103,470 11.03 1.26 448,240 Kalpini 0.8 1.40 2.43 108,000 0.47 2.04 31,000 1.87 2.33 139,000 Jacques - Peyes 0.8 0.97 2.59 81,000 0.77 1.98 49,000 1.74 2.32 130,000 Teal 1.0 1.01 1.96 63,680 0.80 2.50 64,460 1.81 2.20 128,140 Crake 0.8 1.33 1.47 63,150 0.08 1.27 3,300 1.42 1.46 66,450 Cannon UG 1.0 0.19 4.8 28,620 0.05 2.30 3,450 0.23 4.29 32,070 Rose Hill OP 0.5 0.19 2.00 12,300 0.09 2 6,100 0.29 2.00 18,400 Rose Hill UG 2.0 0.33 4.5 47,100 0.18 4.80 27,800 0.51 4.60 74,900 Pennys Find (50%) 1.5 0.09 5.71 17,500 0.03 3.74 3,500 0.13 5.22 21,000 Gunga West 0.6 0.71 1.6 36,440 0.48 1.50 23,430 1.19 1.56 59,870 Golden Ridge 1.0 0.47 1.83 27,920 0.05 1.71 2,800 0.52 1.82 30,720 TOTAL 1.47 1.33 62,930 13.78 1.75 773,650 5.48 1.77 312,210 20.73 1.72 1,148,790 Project Cut-off grade (g/t) Measured Indicated Inferred Total Resource 19 Confirmation The information is this report that relates to Horizon’s Mineral Resources estimates on the Richmond Julia Creek vanadium project and Nimbus Silver Zinc Project is extracted from and was originally reported in Intermin’s and MacPhersons’ ASX Announcement “Intermin and MacPhersons Agree to Merge – Creation of a New Gold Company Horizon Minerals Ltd” dated 11 December 2018 and in MacPhersons’ ASX announcements “Quarterly Activities Report” dated 25 October 2018 , “Richmond – Julia Creek Vanadium Project Resource Update” dated 16 June 2020 , “New High Grade Nimbus Silver Core Averaging 968 g/t Ag” dated 10 th May 2016 and “Nimbus Increases Resources” dated 30 th April 2015 , each of which is available at www . asx . com . au . The Company confirms that it is not aware of any new information or data that materially affects the information included in the original market announcements and that all material assumptions and technical parameters underpinning the estimates in those announcements continue to apply and have not materially changed . The Company confirms that the form and context of the Competent Person’s findings in relation to those Mineral Resources estimates have not been materially modified from the original market announcements . NON GOLD RESOURCE STATEMENT Cut-off Tonnage Grade grade % (Mt) % V 2 O 5 ppm Mo ppm Ni V 2 O 5 Mo Ni Rothbury (Inf) 0.30 1,202 0.31 259 151 3.75 0.31 0.18 Lilyvale (Ind) 0.30 430 0.50 240 291 2.15 0.10 0.10 Lilyvale (Inf) 0.30 130 0.41 213 231 0.53 0.03 0.03 Manfred (Inf) 0.30 76 0.35 369 249 0.26 0.03 0.02 TOTAL 1,838 0.36 256 193 6.65 0.46 0.36 Project Metal content (Mt) Nimbus HG silver zinc resource (500 g/t Ag bottom cut and 2800 g/t Ag top cut) Category Tonnes Grade Grade Ounces Tonnes Mt Ag (g/t) Zn (% ) Ag (Moz's) (k'000) Measured 0 0 0 0 0 Indicated 0.17 762 12.8 4.2 22 Inferred 0.09 797 13 2.2 11 Total 0.26 774 12.8 6.4 33 20 • As noted on Slide 2, some statements in this Presentation regarding estimates or future events are forward looking statements . T hey include indications of, and guidance on, future earnings, cash flow, costs and financial performance. Forward looking statements include, but are not limited to, statements pre ceded by words such as “planned”, “expected”, “projected”, “estimated”, “may”, “scheduled”, “intends”, “anticipates”, “believes”, “potential”, “could”, “nominal”, “concept ual ” and similar expressions. Forward looking statements, opinions and estimates included in this Presentation are based on assumptions and contingencies which are subject to change w ith out notice, as are statements about market and industry trends, which are based on interpretations of current market conditions. Forward looking statements are provided as a g eneral guide only and should not be relied on as a guarantee of future performance. Forward looking statements may be affected by a range of variables that could cause actual r esu lts to differ from estimated results, and may cause the Company’s actual performance and financial results in future periods to materially differ from any projections of f utu re performance or results expressed or implied by such forward looking statements. These risks and uncertainties include but are not limited to liabilities inherent in mine de vel opment and production, geological, mining and processing technical problems, the inability to obtain any additional mine licenses, permits and other regulatory approvals r equ ired in connection with mining and third party processing operations, competition for among other things, capital, acquisition of reserves, undeveloped lands and skilled pe rso nnel, incorrect assessments of the value of acquisitions, changes in commodity prices and exchange rate, currency and interest fluctuations, various events which could d isr upt operations and/or the transportation of mineral products, including labour stoppages and severe weather conditions, the demand for and availability of transportation service s, the ability to secure adequate financing and management’s ability to anticipate and manage the foregoing factors and risks. There can be no assurance that forward looking st atements will prove to be correct. • Statements regarding plans with respect to the Company’s mineral properties may contain forward looking statements in relatio n t o future matters that can only be made where the Company has a reasonable basis for making those statements. • The forward looking statements in this Presentation are based on current expectations, estimates, forecasts and projections a bou t the Company and the industry in which it operates. They do, however, relate to future matters and are subject to various inherent risks and uncertainties. Actual even ts or results may differ materially from the events or results expressed or implied by any forward looking statements. The past performance of the Company is no guarantee of future pe rformance. • None of Intermin Resources Limited or its directors, officers, employees, agents or contractors makes any representation or w arr anty (either expressed or implied) as to the accuracy or likelihood of fulfilment of any future looking statement, or any events or results expressed or implied in any fo rwa rd looking statement, except to the extent required by law. • You are cautioned not to place undue reliance on any forward looking statement. The forward looking statements in this Presen tat ion reflect views held only as at the date of this Presentation. • The Company believes that it has a reasonable basis for making the forward looking statements in the Presentation, including wit h respect to any production targets and financial estimates, based on the information contained in this and previous ASX announcements. FORWARD LOOKING AND CAUTIONARY STATEMENT CONTACT 21 Jon Price Managing Director T: +61 (08) 9386 9534 E: admin@horizonminerals.com.au W: www.horizonminerals.com.au CONTACT PO Box 1104 Nedlands WA 6909 163 Stirling Highway Nedlands WA 6009

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