Unique Amongst Junior Exploration Firms
Deer Horn Capital is unique amongst mineral exploration firms, exploring and developing the only known tellurium property with an NI 43-101 compliant silver-gold-tellurium resource. Tellurium, considered a "Critical Metal" by the United States Department of the Interior and a “Critical Raw Material” by the European Commission, is an important element in solar panels and other clean technologies (as is silver).
In addition to high-grade silver, gold and tellurium, the Deer Horn Property also hosts tungsten, copper, bismuth, lead, zinc and molybdenum. A positive Preliminary Economic Assessment (PEA) was completed in June 2018 for extraction of the silver, gold and tellurium.
Copper mineralization was discovered in soil sampling in 2012 in showings indicative of a buried copper porphyry system.
Our purpose is to provide silver and tellurium key to the development of 1) renewable energy and 2) next-generation technologies expected to provide exponential improvements in battery storage, digital storage, computing power, fresh water and a range of other future sustainable applications. Tellurium, considered a "Critical Metal" by the United States Department of the Interior and a “Critical Raw Material” by the European Commission, is an important element in solar panels and other clean technologies (as is silver).
Our strategy is to grow the company by partnering with industry leaders in “critical” or “green" minor metals extraction, manufacturing, supply and research as well with relevant governmental, First Nations and educational institutions.
We are working to monetize our strategy through the Deer Horn Growth Model, which includes:
- Advanced Exploration
- Project Generation
- First Nations Cooperation
- Scientific Innovation
- Sustainable Operation
Leadership: Metals, Technology, First Nations Engagement
Deer Horn’s leadership provides a track record of project monetization with a board and advisory group that includes industry leaders in finance, mineral property development, geology, mineralogy, solar power, engineering, research and First Nations engagement and economic development.