What we own

The Group has a 1% life of mine NSR royalty on the Salamanca uranium project located in Spain and operated by ASX-listed Berkeley Energia Limited (‘Berkeley’). The project consists of four main deposits (Retortillo, Alameda, Zona 7 and Gambuta) and is located in Salamanca Province, Spain, approximately 250km west of Madrid.


Berkeley had a very eventful and successful 2016 which saw them build on the progress they made in 2015 by raising finance during the year to fund construction.On January 31, 2017, Berkeley announced its fourth quarter update in which it reported an oversubscribed $30m equity raise, signing of an off-take agreement and continued to develop the infrastructure required to construct the mine.


The Salamanca royalty is classified as a royalty intangible asset on the balance sheet. As such, this asset is carried at cost less amortisation and impairments. Royalty intangible assets are amortised when commercial production commences, on a straight line basis over the expected life of the mine.