Deterra Royalties Ltd








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Company Profile

Deterra Royalties Limited is an Australia-based company, which is engaged in the management and growth of a portfolio of royalty assets across a range of commodities, primarily focused on bulks, base and battery metals. The Company’s portfolio includes royalties held over Mining Area C, its cornerstone asset, in the Pilbara region of Western Australia, as well as five smaller royalties, including Yoongarillup/Yalyalup, Wonnerup, Eneabba and St Ives. Its key royalty investment activities involve acquisition of royalties from third parties and providing finance to resource companies in return for royalties. The Company’s projects include Mining Area C (MAC), Yoongarillup / Yalyalup Mineral Sands Mines, Wonnerup Mineral Sands, St Ives Gold Project and Eneabba Project. MAC is located approximately 90 kilometers (km) northwest of Newman Township in the Pilbara region of Western Australia, which is an iron ore province. MAC produces approximately 145 million tons of iron ore per annum.