Page 2Cautionary StatementThis presentation contains certain forward‐looking statements within the meaning of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995. Such forward-looking statements involve known and unknown risks, uncertainties, and other factors that could cause actual results to differ materially from theprojections and estimates contained herein and include, but are not limited to the statements regarding the Company’s key strengths which includehaving a disciplined business strategy that supports earnings stability and reserve replacement, low fixed operating costs and the absence of ongoingdevelopment costs, a geographically diversified asset base, stable mining operations run by reputable partners, long lived royalty and streamingcontracts, and strong margins driving steady cash flow; having features of a lower risk investment vehicle; offering a premium return; that the Companywill continue to experience no cost organic reserve growth; that the Company will continue to undertake accretive transactions; the projected future minelives for the Company’s 15 largest projects; that production growth is expected to continue at Peñasquito; that commercial production is expected duringthe fourth quarter of calendar 2013 at Mt. Milligan; that Mt. Milligan has exploration upside, is located in a favorable geographic location with strong localand regional infrastructure and robust economics, with minimized construction risk; that commercial production at Pascua‐Lama is expected in the secondhalf of calendar 2014; that the Company will continue to see ramp-up at Canadian Malartic and Wolverine; increased mill production at Mulatos and newproduction from Gold Hill, Meekatharra and Pinson; and that the Company expects to see significant longer term growth potential and significant impacton net gold equivalent ounces from Mt. Milligan and Pascua‐Lama. Factors that could cause actual results to differ materially from these forward‐lookingstatements include, among others: the risks inherent in construction, development and operation of mining properties, including those specific to a newmine being developed and operated by a base metals company; changes in gold and other metals prices; decisions and activities of the Company’smanagement; unexpected operating costs; decisions and activities of the operators of the Company’s royalty and stream properties; unanticipated grade,geological, metallurgical, processing or other problems at the properties; inaccuracies in technical reports and reserve estimates, revisions by operators ofreserves, mineralization or production estimates; changes in project parameters as plans of the operators are refined; the results of current or plannedexploration activities; discontinuance of exploration activities by operators; economic and market conditions; operations in land subject to First Nationsjurisdiction in Canada, the ability of operators to bring non‐producing and not yet in development projects into production and operate in accordance withfeasibility studies; erroneous royalty payment calculations; title defects to royalty properties; future financial needs of the Company; the impact of futureacquisitions and royalty financing transactions; adverse changes in applicable laws and regulations; litigation; and risks associated with conductingbusiness in foreign countries, including application of foreign laws to contract and other disputes, environmental laws, enforcement and uncertain politicaland economic environments. These risks and other factors are discussed in more detail in the Company’s public filings with the Securities and ExchangeCommission. Statements made herein are as of the date hereof and should not be relied upon as of any subsequent date. The Company’s pastperformance is not necessarily indicative of its future performance. The Company disclaims any obligation to update any forward‐looking statements.The Company and its affiliates, agents, directors and employees accept no liability whatsoever for any loss or damage of any kind arising out of the use ofall or any part of this material.Footnotes located on pages 27 – 28.40
Page 4Company Overview~ $3.5B public royalty & streaming company, listed on boththe NASDAQ (RGLD) and the Toronto Stock Exchange (RGL)Focused on gold, which contributed 73% of revenues forthe past twelve months ended March 31, 2013Portfolio of quality assets, including royalty/streaminterests in:36 producing assets23 development assets48 evaluation-stage assets98 exploration-stage assetsKey strengthsDisciplined business strategyLow fixed operating costs and no ongoingdevelopment costsGeographically diversified asset baseStable mining operations run by reputable partnersLong lived business interestsStrong margins drive steady cash flow generationKeyStrengths
Page 5Designed to provide a premium return through a lower risk investment vehicleStrategy supports cash flow stability through reinvestment and reserve replacementRoyal Gold uses two strategies to replace and grow reservesRoyalty/streaming interests typically span the life of a mine, so if a mineoperator increases reserves by investing in further exploration, Royal Goldgrows its reserves at no costRoyal Gold has a long history of accretive acquisitions-35-15525456585105BeginningBalanceReserveConsumptionReserveAdditionsReserveAcquisitionsEndingBalanceOunces(millions)Key StrengthsDisciplined Business StrategyGold Reserve Replacement ¹(Calendar Years 2005 – 2012)1RiskReturnETFPhysical GoldIndex FundsMajor OperatorsIntermediate OperatorsExplorationJunior Operators
Page 6-1002003004005006007002000Base=100Fiscal YearsFY Average Gold PriceCash Cost of OperationsCash Cost of Operations (incl. production taxes)16% CAGR0% CAGR-3% CAGR0 01002003004005006007002000Base=100No responsibility for operating costs at the underlying mining propertyNot required to contribute to capital or development costsTTM cash operating expenses, including production taxes, represent only9% 1 of revenueKey StrengthsLow Fixed Operating Costs/No Ongoing Development CostsIndustry Cash Cost Margin2Source: Scotiabank GBMGold Price All in Sustaining Costs Total Cash Cost 216% CAGR15% CAGR13% CAGRRoyal Gold Cash Cost Margin
Page 70501001502002503002008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 (9months)Revenues($millions)Fiscal YearsAndacollo Voiseys Bay Penasquito HoltMulatos Cortez Robinson LeevilleCanadian Malartic Las Cruces Dolores WolverineOther23%19%18%4%8%Chile Canada MexicoUnited States Australia OtherRevenue is derived from a diverse portfolio of assets, located in a variety ofhighly-regarded mining jurisdictions around the worldOver the past several years, Royal Gold has substantially increased thegeographical and asset diversification of its revenue streamKey StrengthsGeographically and Operationally Diverse Asset BaseOperational Diversification3Revenue by Geography(TTM March 31, 2013)2013(9 months)~28%
Page 8Royal Gold owns interests on mines operated by many of the premier miningcompanies in the industry66% of fiscal 2012 revenue was produced from investment grade rated companiesKey StrengthsStable Mining Operations with Reputable Operating PartnersNet Gold Equivalent Reserves by Operator(December 31, 2012) 1,24Revenue by Operator(TTM March 31, 2013)12%11%8%7%6%5%2%22%Teck Goldcorp ValeBarrick St Andrew AlamosKGHM Newmont Other32%17%17%13%3%1%1%1%15%Thompson Creek Teck BarrickGoldcorp Vale Pan American SilverOsisko Alamos Other27%
Page 1077%81% 84% 86% 89%59%41%35%68%62%38%56%22%36% 37%FY2008 FY2009 FY2010 FY2011 FY20120%20%40%60%80%100%EBITDA Margin Operating Cash Flow Margin Net Income MarginLow fixed operating costs drive strong operating marginsEBITDA has increased every year since FY2006, reaching $237.6M in FY2012Royal Gold expects production growth from PeñasquitoFollowed by the expected commissioning of Mt. Milligan and Pascua-Lama0306090120150180FY2008 FY2009 FY2010 FY2011 FY2012050100150200250300GEOProduction(koz)US$mmRevenue EBITDA Operating Cash FlowNet Income GEO Production (koz)Key StrengthsStrong Margins Drive Steady Cash FlowHistorical Financial Results ¹Historical Margins ¹6
Page 16Years-50100150200250300Royal Gold’s Gold Stream OuncesThompson Creek’s Gold Production2 3 4 5 6 7Mt. Milligan (Thompson Creek)Growth CatalystBritish Columbia, CanadaMine profile: Open pit copper/gold porphyryReserves: 1 6.0M oz goldEst. production: 2,3262,000 ozs of gold annually duringfirst six years; 194,000 ozs of goldannually over life of mineEst. mine life: 2 22 yearsStatus:Commercial production expected inthe fourth quarter of calendar 2013Ounces/ThousandsForecast Gold Production 2Photos as of February 2013.
Page 17Mt. Milligan (Thompson Creek)Investment SummaryMt. Milligan Capital Guidance 1 (C$)1.3B0.16B1.5BBritish Columbia, CanadaTransaction summary:25% of gold for $311.5M in July 201015% of gold for $270M in December 201112.25% of gold for $200M in August 2012= 52.25% of gold for $781.5MDelivery payment of $435/oz or prevailing market pricefor life of mine (no inflation adjustment)Current investment:$731.6M to date$49.9M to be paid during construction in twoquarterly payments:Development update: 1 Overall progress is 89%complete (3/31/13)$37.0M – June 1, 2013$12.9M – September 1, 20130.08BCash Spent to3/31/13Committed Remaining Total ProjectCapex
Page 18British Columbia, CanadaFavorable geographic location Provincial and Federal permitsStrong local and regional infrastructure:Low cost powerAdequate waterRoad, rail and port accessSupport communitiesLow strip ratioLong mine life Exploration upsideConstruction risk substantiallyminimizedAttractive operating economicsWorld Copper Cash ProductionProduction (kt)2,000First Quartile Second Quartile Third Quartile Fourth QuartileUS$/Copper(lb)14,00010,0004,000 6,000 8,000 12,000(1.00)2.001.003.000Source: Thompson Creek, CRU GroupMt. Milligan (Thompson Creek)Attractive Attributes
Page 21See footnotes on page ___Pascua-Lama (Barrick)Growth CatalystForecast Royalty Ounces 6(Years)605040302010Ounces(Thousands)Region III, ChileRoyalty: 1,2 0.78% to 5.23% NSR(5.23% above $800 gold)Reserves: 3 14.7M ozs gold(limited to gold in Chile)Capital: $8.0B to $8.5BInitial Production: Second half of CY 2014 4Production Guidance: 5 800K to 850K ozs gold(average for first five years)Mine Life: 25+ years1 2 3 4 5Photos as of January 2013.
Page 23World Class PortfolioLow Cost OperatorsOperators of Royal Gold’s royalty propertiesCash cost of gold production: $660/oz 1Industry average cash costs: $738/oz 2ProductionDistribution of Cash Costs$738 = Industry Average
Page 24Project Development PipelineExploration Evaluation Development Construction Ramp Up to FullProduction98 Exploration48 EvaluationOther Development (17)Don Nicolas (2014)Kutcho Creek (2016)Tulsequah Chief (2016)Pascua-Lama (2014)Mt. Milligan (2013)Pinson (2013)Gold Hill (2013)Meekatharra (2013)Wolverine (2013)Peñasquito (2013)Continued ramp-up atproducing growth assetNear term production growthfrom cornerstone producingpropertyMt. Milligan andPascua-LamaSignificant longer term growthpotential from cornerstonedevelopment propertiesPeñasquito WolverineNew productionMeekatharra andGold Hill
Page 28FootnotesPAGE 5. KEY STRENGTHS (Disciplined Business Strategy)1. Reserves within Royal Gold’s areas of interest.PAGE 6. KEY STRENGTHS (Low Fixed Operating Costs andNo Ongoing Development Costs)1. TTM ended March 31, 2013. Calculation includes$23.6M General & Administrative expenses, and$8.9M Production Taxes, less $6.8M non-cashemployee stock compensation expense, and$292.0M in revenue.2. Cash costs as defined by the Gold Institute’s industrydefinition.PAGE 8. KEY STRENGTHS (Stable Mining Operations withReputable Operating Partners)1. Net gold equivalent reserves are calculated byapplying the Company’s interests to the reportedreserves at each individual property, and consideringthe per ounce delivery payment associated withmetal streams as a reduction to gross ounces.2. Gold equivalent reserve ounces were calculatedusing metal ratios, as of December 31, 2012, basedon the following prices: $1,657.50 gold; $30.15silver; $3.57 copper; $1.05 lead; $0.93 zinc; $7.76nickel; $11.57 cobalt; and $11.79 molybdenum.PAGE 10. KEY STRENGTHS (Strong Margins Drive SteadyCash Flow)1. FY2009 results were impacted by two one-time gainsrelated to the Barrick royalty portfolio acquisitionand the Benson royalty buy-back by Golden Star.The effect of these gains was $33.7 million pre-tax.FY2010 results were impacted by pre-tax effects ofseverance and acquisition costs of $19.4 millionrelated to the International Royalty Corporationtransaction. FY2012 results were impacted by a $1.3million royalty restructuring charge at Relief Canyon.PAGE 12: PORTFOLIO OF QUALITY ASSETS1. Producing properties are those that generatedrevenue during fiscal 2012 or are expected togenerate revenue in fiscal 2013.2. Royal Gold considers and categorizes an explorationproperty to be an evaluation stage property ifadditional mineralized material has been identifiedon the property but reserves have yet to beidentified.PAGE 13. ANDACOLLO1. 75% of payable gold until 910,000 payable ounces;50% thereafter. As of March 31, 2013, there havebeen approximately 155,000 cumulative payableounces produced. Gold is a by-product of copper.2. Reserves as of December 31, 2012, as reported bythe operator.3 . As reported by the operator. Recovered metal iscontained in concentrate and is subject to third partytreatment charges and recovery losses.PAGE 14. PEÑASQUITO1. Reserves as of December 31, 2012, as reported bythe operator.2. As reported by the operator. Recovered metal iscontained in concentrate and is subject to third partytreatment charges and recovery losses.PAGE 15. VOISEY’S BAY1. Reserves as of December 31, 2012, as reported bythe operator.2. Reported production relates to the amount of metalsales subject to our royalty interest as reported to usby the operator of the mine.3. Based on 2008 Vale Inco EIS.PAGE 16: MT. MILLIGAN1. Reserves as of October 23, 2009.2. Per Thompson Creek’s National Instrument 43-101technical report filed on SEDAR, under ThompsonCreek’s profile, on October 13, 2011.3. Gold stream ounces are prior to the deduction of$435/ounce.PAGE 17. MT. MILLIGAN1. Per Thompson Creek’s First Quarter 2013Presentation dated May 9, 2013.PAGE 21. PASCUA-LAMA1. NSR sliding-scale schedule (price of gold per ounce –royalty rate): less than or equal to $325 – 0.78%;$400 – 1.57%; $500 – 2.72%; $600 – 3.56%; $700 –4.39%; greater than or equal to $800 – 5.23%. Theroyalty is interpolated between upper and lowerendpoints.2. Approximately 20% of the royalty is limited to thefirst 14.0M ounces of gold produced from theproject. Also, 24% of the royalty can be extendedbeyond 14.0 million ounces produced for $4.4million. In addition, a one-time payment totaling$8.4 million will be made if gold prices exceed $600per ounce for any six-month period within the first36 months of commercial production.3. Reserves as of December 31, 2011. Royalty appliesto all gold production from an area of interest inChile. Only that portion of reserves pertaining to ourroyalty interest in Chile is reflected here.4. Barrick stated, on April 24, 2013, that pendingregulatory and legal issues, they cannot fully assessthe impact on the capital budget, operating costsand project schedule.
Page 29FootnotesPAGE 21. PASCUA-LAMA (cont.)5. Based on the Technical Report for the Pascua-Lamaproject filed by Barrick Gold, March 2011.6. Royalty ounces are based on production guidanceestimated by Barrick (see footnote 5 above).PAGE 23. WORLD CLASS PORTFOLIO – LOW COSTOPERATORS1. Gold royalty/stream interests only. Excludes goldproduction in concentrate. Consolidated cash costswere used for Cortez and Newmont’s Nevadaoperations.2. Source: GFMS Gold Survey, 2012.PAGE 26: SIGNIFICANT IMPACT1. Gold equivalent ounces for fiscal 2012 werecalculated by dividing actual revenue by the annualannual average gold price of $1,673 for fiscal 2012.2. Net gold equivalent ounces are calculated byapplying the Company’s interests to production ateach individual property, and considering the perounce delivery payment associated with metalstreams as a reduction to gross ounces.3. Net gold equivalent ounces at Mt. Milligan arebased upon an estimated annual production rate of262,100 ounces of gold for the first six years using agold price of $1,673 per ounce for conversionpurposes of the delivery payment.4. Net gold equivalent ounces at Pascua-Lama arebased upon an estimated annual production rate of839,000 ounces of gold during the first five years.
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