Success through experienced teams and market knowledge

Deutsche Rohstoff, strong in oil & gas

Deutsche Rohstoff identifies, develops and sells attractive mineral deposits primarily in North America, Australia and Europe. Our focus is on the development of oil and gas deposits in the US. Metals such as gold, copper or tungsten complete our portfolio. We take advantage of the opportunities offered by the commodity market and the experience and strengths of our local teams to generate sustained high returns for our shareholders.

Our teams in Mannheim, Leipzig and our subsidiaries in Denver have extensive experience in the exploration of mineral deposits, their development and production. In the US, we have successfully developed a total of over 100 oil wells in recent years. In Australia we operated a gold mine and a tungsten mine.

Since the IPO in 2010, we have placed two capital increases as well as three bonds and one convertible bond with a total volume of over EUR 200 million. During this period, we were able to sell a total of seven projects with total proceeds of around EUR 270 million, generating a total pre-tax profit of around EUR 80 million for the Group. Deutsche Rohstoff is solidly financed and has a appropriate equity ratio.

The Management’s goal is to achieve an attractive share price performance. In addition, we want our shareholders to participate in the success of the company through reliable and continuous dividends.

Dr. Thomas Gutschlag, CEO

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Thomas Gutschlag • Mannheim • February 2021

We are constantly investing in new wells.

With our oil and gas production in the US, we achieve steady returns. As raw material deposits are depleted over time, we are constantly investing in new projects. As in the past, we will continue to invest heavily in new production areas and wells in the months and years ahead. We want to grow dynamically and increase the value of the company.

Battery and strategic metals are part of our portfolio

In addition to our oil and gas projects in the USA, we are involved in a number of promising metals projects and are constantly looking for new investment opportunities. The focus is on strategic metals, which are needed for high-performance batteries, among other things. Our projects are located in countries that are politically stable and have a reliable legal system.

The most important shareholding is Almonty Industries, which is listed on the Toronto Stock Exchange. Almonty is specialized in tungsten, a metal that is needed in many important industrial products due to its extremely high heat resistance and therefore cannot be replaced.

Almonty is already producing in Portugal and is in the process of significantly increasing its market power with the Sangdong project in South Korea. The goal is to establish the largest tungsten producer outside of China.

Sangdong will reliably supply tungsten concentrates of high and consistent quality, mainly for customers in Western Europe, on a long-term basis from around 2022/2023.

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Battery and strategic metals are part of our portfolio

In addition to our oil and gas projects in the USA, we are involved in a number of promising metals projects and are constantly looking for new investment opportunities. The focus is on strategic metals, which are needed for high-performance batteries, among other things. Our projects are located in countries that are politically stable and have a reliable legal system.

The most important shareholding is Almonty Industries, which is listed on the Toronto Stock Exchange. Almonty is specialized in tungsten, a metal that is needed in many important industrial products due to its extremely high heat resistance and therefore cannot be replaced.

Almonty is already producing in Portugal and is in the process of significantly increasing its market power with the Sangdong project in South Korea. The goal is to establish the largest tungsten producer outside of China.

Sangdong will reliably supply tungsten concentrates of high and consistent quality, mainly for customers in Western Europe, on a long-term basis from around 2022/2023.