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Indonesia's plan to roughly double coal royalties next month is expected to hurt most for smaller and newer firms producing low-quality coal, government and industry officials say, with many struggling as prices have halved since 2011.
Financial Times  Feb 18  Comment 
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Forbes  Feb 18  Comment 
In trading on Wednesday, rental, leasing, & royalty shares were relative laggards, down on the day by about 1.1%.  Helping drag down the group were shares of Sandridge Mississippian Trust I (SDT), down about 4.1% and shares of InterDigital (IDCC)...
New York Times  Feb 7  Comment 
It’s been a long time since a prince toppled a prime minister, but this is what could happen in Australia.
Reuters  Feb 6  Comment 
* Rio Tinto has long been against re-opening investment agreement (Adds comment from analyst, Turquoise Hill, Rio Tinto)
The Australian  Feb 4  Comment 
ANGLO Pacific, a UK mining royalty company, has paid $83.2m for a royalty on Whitehaven Coal’s Narrabri mine.
Forbes  Jan 30  Comment 
In trading on Friday, information technology services shares were relative leaders, up on the day by about 3.5%.  Leading the group were shares of Sonus Networks (SONS), up about 388.8% and shares of Gigamon (GIMO) up about 11.9% on the day.
New York Times  Jan 29  Comment 
The nonprofit agency pays performing artists when their material is heard on Internet and satellite radio services.




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Royalties

Payments made by one party, (the licensee) to another, (the licensor) for the use of assets owned by the licensor. In most cases royalties are periodic payments made for the continual use of assets. The amount of a royalties payment depends on how the two parties have agreed to calculate the royalties owed.

In the oil and gas industry, companies pay landowners a royalty rate for the right to extract natural resources, such as petroleum and natural gas, from the landowner's property. Similar agreements exist in the mining industry for minerals such as copper and silver. [1]

An override is a percentage payout to a person of a mineral interest or mineral lease, that is paid after drilling and production costs are taken out, before paying royalties, or that is paid by an agent or publisher or user to the creator of a work. [2]

From 1550s residuals, “royalties” attested by 1966. [3] Override from "over" + ridan "to ride." Originally literal, of cavalry, [4]

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