Financial Highlights

Financial Highlights
2016 FY
12/31/2016
2017 FY
12/31/2017
2018 FY
12/31/2018
2019 FY
12/31/2019
2020 FY
12/31/2020
Balance Sheet Highlights ($000)
Current Assets 291,091 321,236 164,150 179,124 284,681
Working Capital 164,866 209,106 27,956 62,150 134,896
Total Assets 2,371,677 2,345,158 2,703,944 2,637,308 2,667,724
Long-term Debt 506,817 508,422 540,670 522,761 524,150
Total Equity 1,479,844 1,461,277 1,690,963 1,692,423 1,702,340
Total Capitalization, at Book Value 1,992,784 1,975,307 2,236,897 2,226,193 2,333,078
Income Statement Highlights ($000)
Sales of products 645,957 577,775 567,137 673,266 691,873
Gross profit 191,506 152,449 79,099 23,399 145,703
Exploration and pre-development costs 17,857 28,958 72,237 51,751 51,414
Net Income 69,547 (28,520) (26,563) (99,557) (16,790)
EBITDA 235,677 155,320 149,942 129,264 196,940
Cash Flow Statement Highlights ($000)
Cash Flow from Operating Activities 225,328 115,878 94,221 120,866 180,793
Cash Flow used in Investing Activities (198,665) (96,563) (236,547) (119,867) (92,901)
Cash Flow (used in) provided by Financing Activities (12,021) (5,248) (14,884) 33,189 (19,379)
Capital expenditures 163,128 105,393 146,451 128,100 99,900
Increase in Cash and Cash Equivalents 14,568 15,162 (158,725) 35,063 67,406
Operating Free Cash Flow 60,540 17,840 (42,712) (555) 89,777
Per Share Information
Common Shares Outstanding(actual) 395,286,875 399,176,425 482,603,937 522,895,723 531,666,371
Avg Diluted Shares(actual) 389,322,000 397,394,000 433,419,000 490,449,000 527,329,000
Book Value per Share 3.72 3.64 3.49 3.22 3.19
Operating Cash Flow per Share 0.59 0.28 0.21 0.24 0.34
EBITDA/ Share 0.61 0.37 0.33 0.26 0.37
Dividends Declared per Ordinary Share 0.01 0.01 0.01 0.01 0.01625
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