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Freehold Royalties Ltd

Freehold Royalties Ltd

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  • Price (EUR)11.31
  • Today's Change-0.35 / -3.00%
  • Shares traded0.00
  • 1 Year change+52.77%
  • Beta--
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Freehold Royalties Ltd. is a Canada-based oil and gas royalty company. The Company’s assets are located in five provinces in Canada and eight states in the United States (US). Its primary focus is to acquire and actively manage royalties, while providing a lower risk income vehicle for its shareholders. The Company has independently owned portfolios of royalty lands in North America. With land holdings totaling more than 6.2 million gross acres in Canada and 0.8 million gross drilling unit acres in the United States. The Company operates through its geographical locations: Canada, which includes exploration and evaluation assets and the petroleum and natural gas interests in Western Canada; the U.S., which includes petroleum and natural gas interests held in the Permian (Midland and Delaware), Eagle Ford, Haynesville and Bakken basins primarily located in the states of Texas, Louisiana, and North Dakota.

  • Revenue in CAD (TTM)368.16m
  • Net income in CAD199.62m
  • Incorporated2011
  • Employees94.00
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