Profile

Hot Chili Limited is an ASX-listed Australian company with major interests in three large, multi-commodity copper projects in Chile.

The company's projects target Iron-Oxide-Copper-Gold (IOCG) style deposits with additional potential major endowments of molybdenum and gold.

The company's principal project includes the Productora copper-gold-molybdenum property located to the south of Vallenar in Chile.

Hot Chili Limited is based in Kalgoorlie, Australia.

Properties

Productora projrct

Productora is located 15km south of Vallenar in Region III of Chile, approximately half way between La Serena and Copiapo. It also located in a low altitude coastal range belt 15km south of the regional mining centre of Vallenar.

Productora is Hot Chili’s flagship project and is a large multi-commodity copper project with resource definition drilling delineating wide zones of breccia hosted copper, gold, molybdenum, uranium and cobalt mineralisation.

Mineralisation has been recorded over 3.7km within the company's landholdings, and remains open along strike.

Drilling activities at Productora are focussed on defining a large at-surface multi-commodity copper resource over an initial 1.4km within the central area of project. Extensional drilling results released along strike from the central area have recorded wide zones of multi-commodity mineralisation in drilling over some 2.5km within land holdings the company controls at the project, and further remains open along strike.

Hot Chili controls over 12.5km of strike extent over the Productora iron-oxide-copper-gold (IOCG) trend.

Los Mantos project

The Los Mantos project lies 58km south of La Serena in Region IV of Chile with good access from the main sealed highway connecting La Serena to the mining township of Ovalle to the south.

Los Mantos is an IOCG style project with potential for porphyry style mineralisation at depth. Copper, gold and molybdenum are the focus minerals for the Los Mantos multi-commodity project, although the Company has also identified significant concentrations of uranium, cobalt and rare earth minerals.

Chile Norte project

Chile Norte is located in the northern Region II of Chile, south of the coastal city of Iquique.

Hot Chili through its subsidiary SMEAL is advanced in assembling a significant land position in Northern Chile. The tenements comprise 131 mining exploration concessions over areas considered to be highly prospective for the definition of a large IOCGU deposit.

In addition to the Company’s own land position, it has executed a formal agreement with CODELCO to gain access to a large contiguous tenement holding at Chile Norte. This arrangement with CODELCO provides Hot Chili with a major local partner in Chile.

Hot Chili is exploring to locate a large iron-oxide-copper gold style target within the Chile Norte project.

Office Address

Hot Chili Limited

First Floor,

768 Canning Highway,

Applecross, Western Australia 6153

Tel: +61 8 9315 9009, +61 8 9315 9005

Fax: +61 89315 5004

Email: ally@hotchili.net.au

www.hotchili.net.au

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