Natural Resource Partners L.P. Reports 2012 Results and Issues 2013 Guidance Full Year 2012 Highlights - Record revenues of $379.1 million, up slightly from 2011 - Distributable cash flow of $246.7 million, down 12% from 2011 - Net income per unit of $1.97, up from $0.50 in 2011, after impairments in both periods - Before considering the impairments, net income per unit of $2.00 versus $1.99 in 2011 - Metallurgical production accounted for 32% of production and 44% of coal royalty revenues Fourth Quarter 2012 Highlights: - Revenues of $102.4 million, a 10% increase over 4Q2011 - Net income per unit of $0.56 in 2012, up from ($0.16) in 2011, after impairments in both quarters - Before considering the impairments, net income per unit of $0.58, an 18% increase from $0.49 in 2011 - Distributable cash flow of $74.5 million, a 6% decrease from 4Q2011 - Distribution of $0.55 per unit PR Newswire HOUSTON, Feb. 13, 2013 HOUSTON, Feb. 13, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Natural Resource Partners L.P. (NYSE:NRP) today reported record revenues of $379.1 million for the full year 2012 and distributable cash flow, a non-GAAP measure, of $246.7 million. Net income per unit was $1.97 in 2012 versus $0.50 per unit in 2011. Before considering non-cash impairments in both 2012 and 2011, net income per unit was $2.00 per unit in 2012 versus $1.99 per unit in 2011. Reconciliations of all non-GAAP numbers are included in the tables at the end of the release. (Logo: http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnh/20060109/NRPLOGO) For the quarter ended December 31, 2012, NRP reported revenues of $102.4 million, an increase of 10% over the fourth quarter 2011. Distributable cash flow of $74.5 million declined 6% from that of 2011. NRP reported net income per unit of $0.56 for the fourth quarter 2012 compared to a loss of $0.16 per unit in 2011. Each of 2012 and 2011 had impairment charges of $2.6 million and $70.4 million, respectively. Before considering the non-cash impairments, net income would have been $0.58 per unit for 2012, up 18% from the $0.49 per unit recorded for the fourth quarter 2011. "NRP had record revenue in 2012 in spite of one of the worst coal markets many of us have seen in decades. Although many of our lessees made decisions to lower their coal production, most of the reduced production occurred at mines not located on our properties. However, we also benefited from our diversification, our strength in metallurgical coal, which remained stronger than steam coal throughout the year, and our growing presence in the Illinois Basin, which is not impacted as much by low natural gas prices as the Central Appalachian region," said Nick Carter, President and Chief Operating Officer. Highlights Quarter Ended Year Ended December December % December December % 2012 2011 Change 2012 2011 Change (in thousands except per unit, per ton and %) Revenues Total revenues $ $ 10% $ $ 0% 102,436 93,135 379,147 377,683 Coal production 17,012 12,042 41% 54,444 49,151 11% Coal royalty revenues $ $ 0% $ $ -7% 67,681 67,638 260,734 279,221 Average coal royalty $ $ -29% $ $ -16% revenue per ton 3.98 5.62 4.79 5.68 Revenues other than $ $ 36% $ $ 20% coal royalties 34,755 25,497 118,413 98,462 Net income (loss) Net income (loss) to $ $ NM $ $ 295% limited partners 58,905 (16,565) 209,088 52,945 Net income (loss) per $ $ NM $ $ 295% unit 0.56 (0.16) 1.97 0.50 Average units 106,028 106,028 0% 106,028 106,028 0% outstanding Net income before considering the impairment^(1) Net income to limited 61,422 52,431 17% 211,605 211,055 0% partners Net income per unit $ $ 18% $ $ 0% 0.58 0.49 2.00 1.99 Distributable cash $ $ -6% $ $ -12% flow^(1) 74,522 79,552 246,665 280,015 (1) See Non-GAAP reconciliation Revenues Full Year Total revenues for the year were up slightly from 2011 at $379.1 million in spite of a very weak coal market in 2012. Coal royalty revenues declined 7% to $260.7 million, predominantly due to a decrease of 16% in the combined average royalty revenue per ton to $4.79 per ton, offset by an 11% increase in total tonnage to 54.4 million tons. Production increases resulted primarily from a 10% increase in Appalachian production and a 20% increase in the Illinois Basin production. Production in 2012 in both Northern and Southern Appalachia doubled, more than offsetting the 12% decline in production in Central Appalachia. Metallurgical coal accounted for 32% of NRP's production and 44% of its coal royalty revenues for 2012 compared to 34% of production and 45% of coal royalty revenues in 2011. Revenues other than coal royalty revenues increased $20.0 million, or 20%, to $118.4 million in 2012, predominantly due to increases in transportation fees, minimums recognized as revenue and other revenue. Following is a discussion of the major components generating the changes: oMinimums recognized as revenue increased $14.8 million due to the expiration of the minimum recoupment period on certain properties. oOther revenue increased $8.9 million mainly due to condemnation payments from the West Virginia Department of Highways for highway rights-of-way and the sale of a preparation plant. oRevenues from transportation fees increased $2.8 million due to additional throughput and acquisitions of transportation assets. Oil and gas revenues decreased $4.9 million mainly due to decreases in both price and volume on BRP's gas properties in Louisiana, offset by a significant lease bonus in the Marcellus from a BRP property and additional production in Oklahoma. oCoal processing fees declined by $5.2 million due to the sale in the third quarter 2012 of a processing plant and lower throughput volumes. Fourth Quarter Increases in revenues other than coal royalty drove total revenues for the fourth quarter 2012 to rise 10% over the 2011 fourth quarter to $102.4 million. A nearly 5 million ton increase in coal production offset lower coal royalty revenue per ton, leaving coal royalty revenues flat at $67.7 million. A significant portion of the additional production related to an old lease in Northern Appalachia that receives a very low royalty rate. Southern Appalachia also rose significantly mainly due to sales that were idled for much of last year due to the destruction of a preparation plant. Also included in the increase is the beginning of the ramp in production for the Hillsboro property in the Illinois Basin. Revenues other than coal royalty increased $9.3 million, or 36%, over the fourth quarter 2011 to $34.8 million due mainly to an additional $6.5 million for minimums recognized as revenue and an additional $4.6 million associated with a right-of-way sale to the West Virginia Department of Highways, offset by a decrease of $1.5 million in oil and gas revenues due to lower price realization and production from BRP's gas properties in Louisiana. Operating Expenses Full Year Total operating expenses for 2012 were $112.0 million. Before considering impairment charges of $2.6 million and $161.3 million in 2012 and 2011, respectively, total operating expenses for 2012 decreased $2.8 million to $109.4 million mainly due to a $6.9 million decrease in depreciation, depletion and amortization from properties with lower basis partially offset by a $3.2 million increase in property taxes. Substantially all of the property taxes paid by NRP are reimbursed by NRP's lessees, and the reimbursements are recorded in revenues when received. Fourth Quarter Total operating expenses for the fourth quarter totaled $29.2 million, including an impairment charge of $2.6 million for a further write down of the Gatling West Virginia property. The fourth quarter of 2011 included an impairment of $70.4 million for the Gatling Ohio property. Before considering impairments in both years, operating expenses increased $1.3 million over 2011 to $26.7 million mainly due to increased depreciation, depletion and amortization as a result of increased production partially offset by a $1.9 million decrease in general and administrative expenses. Net income (loss) Full Year Net income attributable to the limited partners for 2012 was $209.1 million compared to $52.9 million in 2011. Before considering the impairments in both years, net income to the limited partners was virtually flat at $211.6 million for 2012 versus $211.1 million for 2011. Net income per unit for 2012, before considering impairments, rose $0.01 to $2.00 per unit. Fourth Quarter Net income to the limited partners totaled $58.9 million for the fourth quarter 2012. Net income to the limited partners, before considering the impairments, increased 17% over fourth quarter 2011 to $61.4 million in the fourth quarter 2012. The increase was solely related to increased revenues. Net income per unit for the fourth quarter 2012 was $0.56 versus ($0.16) in 2011. Before considering the impairments in both quarters, net income per unit increased 18% to $0.58 per unit from $0.49 per unit in 2011. Distributable cash flow Full Year Distributable cash flow decreased 12% from 2011, to $246.7 million for 2012 mainly due to: (1) a $21.1 million decrease from increased reserves for future principal payments; (2) a $24.0 million decrease in cash flows due to balance sheet changes; partially offset by, (3) a $9.7 million increase in gains on property sales; and (4) an additional $2.7 million in cash received from the lease of NRP's newly acquired Sugar Camp infrastructure asset that is not included in cash flow from operations. Fourth Quarter Distributable cash flow declined $5.0 million over the fourth quarter of 2011 to $74.5 million for the fourth quarter of 2012 due to increased reserves for future principal payments. Fourth Quarter 2012 compared to Third Quarter 2012 Highlights 4Q12 3Q12 % Change (in thousands, except per ton and per unit) Total revenues $ 102,436 $ 9% 94,175 Coal production 17,012 13,340 28% Coal royalty revenues $ 67,681 $ -4% 70,259 Average coal royalty revenue per $ 3.98 $ -24% ton 5.27 Revenues other than coal royalty $ 34,755 $ 45% 23,916 Net income to limited partners $ 58,905 $ 16% 50,961 Net income to the limited partners, $ before considering the $ 61,422 50,961 21% impairment^(1) Net income per unit $ 0.56 $ 17% 0.48 Net income per unit, before $ 0.58 $ 21% considering the impairment^(1) 0.48 Average units outstanding 106,028 106,028 0% Distributable cash flow^(1) $ 74,522 $ 15% 65,063 ^(1)See Non-GAAP reconciliation Revenues Total revenues for the fourth quarter increased 9% over the prior quarter to $102.4 million, predominantly due to an increase of $9.1 million in minimums recognized as revenue and a $1.2 million increase in oil and gas revenues, offset by a $2.6 million decrease in coal royalty revenues. Coal royalty revenues decreased to $67.7 million due to realizing lower royalty revenue per ton across all regions that more than offset additional tons sold in all regions except Central Appalachia. Operating Expenses Before considering impairments, total operating expenses declined $1.9 million from the third quarter mainly due to decreases general and administrative expenses offset by higher depreciation, depletion and amortization as a result of increased production in the fourth quarter. Net income Net income to the limited partners, before considering the impairment, increased $10.5 million in the fourth quarter from the previous quarter due to increased revenues. Net income per unit, before considering the impairment, was $0.58 for the fourth quarter of 2012 compared to $0.48 per unit for the third quarter. Distributable cash flow Distributable cash flow increased $9.5 million, or 15%, to $74.5 million, due to increased revenues and improvements in the balance sheet. Acquisitions and Liquidity In 2012, NRP invested $240.2 million in acquisitions, $46.1 million of which occurred in the fourth quarter and related to the acquisition of oil and gas interests in the Marcellus and an overriding royalty on frac sand reserves in Wisconsin. In January 2013, NRP announced the acquisition of (1) a 48.51% general partner interest in OCI Wyoming L.P. and (2) 20% of the common shares and all of the preferred shares of OCI Wyoming Co. from subsidiaries of Anadarko Petroleum Corporation (NYSE:APC). NRP paid a net $292.5 million for the interests. The agreement also contains an earn-out provision, which would require NRP to pay Anadarko up to $50 million, on a net present value basis, over a three-year period if OCI Wyoming L.P. achieves specified revenue targets during that period. The acquisition was funded through a $200 million term loan, the issuance of $76.5 million in equity, including a general partner contribution of $1.5 million, and $16 million in cash. After the associated equity issuance, NRP now has 109,812,408 common units outstanding. Following the acquisition and associated financing, NRP has approximately $285 million in liquidity, consisting of $133 million in cash (at December 31, 2012 pro-forma for the transaction) and $152 million available under its credit facility. Distributions As reported on January 22, 2013, the Board of Directors of NRP's general partner declared a quarterly distribution of $0.55 per unit for the fourth quarter 2012. 2013 Guidance "Even though coal production from our properties held up remarkably well during 2012, we began hearing from our lessees near the end of last year that they were planning to idle some mines and reduce production at other mines that will likely impact tonnage from NRP properties in 2013 and possibly beyond. These changes are due to the severely depressed prices for both steam and met coal caused by the following: othe lack of demand for steam coal due primarily to coal-to-gas switching and moderate weather has led to higher than normal stockpile levels affecting primarily Central Appalachian steam markets; oa slowing Chinese economy; and oa weak European economy impacting the demand primarily for metallurgical but also steam coal. "These actions by our lessees, including many of our large publicly traded producers as well as numerous small independent operators, have caused us to reduce our forecast for production from NRP's properties in Central Appalachia by approximately 9 million tons. Further, the lower production forecast, coupled with lower projected prices for both met and steam coal, results in NRP lowering its coal royalty revenue forecast by $25 million to $50 million compared to the 2012 actuals," said Nick Carter. "The reduced coal royalty revenue also leads to lower projected NRP total revenues for 2013 of $330 million to $375 million. The recent acquisition of the Anadarko interest in the OCI soda ash operations will help to offset some of the loss of revenues from coal that we anticipate in 2013 due to the factors stated above." "We have historically reduced our distributable cash flow by the amount of cash we have reserved for principal payments due on our senior notes in the next calendar year. However, to present our distributable cash flow more in line with MLP practice and because we intend to refinance some or all of the principal payments that are due in 2013 and 2014, we are no longer going to reduce distributable cash flow by reserves for future principal payments. This change in our reporting of distributable cash flow does not change our long-term intention to pay down our debt," said Carter. "Although we anticipate a difficult year for our coal business, we have ample liquidity to maintain our distribution at the full $2.20 for 2013," said Corbin J. Robertson, Jr., Chairman and CEO of Natural Resource Partners. Following is a table containing the 2013 guidance. 2013 Guidance (Range) (in millions except per unit) Coal royalty revenues $ 210.0 - $ 235.0 Coal production tonnage (mm tons) 48.0 - 56.0 Total revenues $ 330.0 - $ 375.0 Distributable cash flow $ 250.0 - $ 280.0 Net income per unit $ 1.60 - $ 1.80 Average units outstanding 109.6 - 109.6 Company Profile Natural Resource Partners L.P. is a master limited partnership headquartered in Houston, TX, with its operations headquarters in Huntington, WV. NRP is principally engaged in the business of owning and managing mineral reserve properties. NRP primarily owns coal, aggregate and oil and gas reserves across the United States that generate royalty income for the partnership. For additional information, please contact Kathy H. Roberts at 713-751-7555 or email@example.com. Further information about NRP is available on the partnership's website at http://www.nrplp.com. Disclosure of Non-GAAP Financial Measures Distributable cash flow represents cash flow from operations less actual principal payments and cash reserves set aside for scheduled principal payments on the senior notes. Distributable cash flow is a "non-GAAP financial measure" that is presented because management believes it is a useful adjunct to net cash provided by operating activities under GAAP. Distributable cash flow is a significant liquidity metric that is an indicator of NRP's ability to generate cash flows at a level that can sustain or support an increase in quarterly cash distributions paid to its partners. Distributable cash flow is also the quantitative standard used throughout the investment community with respect to publicly traded partnerships. Distributable cash flow is not a measure of financial performance under GAAP and should not be considered as an alternative to cash flows from operating, investing or financing activities. A reconciliation of distributable cash flow to net cash provided by operating activities is included in the tables attached to this release. Distributable cash flow may not be calculated the same for NRP as other companies. Forward-Looking Statements This press release may include "forward-looking statements" as defined by the Securities and Exchange Commission. Such statements include the 2013 guidance and maintaining the distribution for 2013. All statements, other than statements of historical facts, included in this press release that address activities, events or developments that the partnership expects, believes or anticipates will or may occur in the future are forward-looking statements. These statements are based on certain assumptions made by the partnership based on its experience and perception of historical trends, current conditions, expected future developments and other factors it believes are appropriate in the circumstances. Such statements are subject to a number of assumptions, risks and uncertainties, many of which are beyond the control of the partnership. These risks include, but are not limited to, decreases in demand for coal; changes in operating conditions and costs; production cuts by our lessees; commodity prices; unanticipated geologic problems; changes in the legislative or regulatory environment and other factors detailed in Natural Resource Partners' Securities and Exchange Commission filings. In addition, there are significant risks and uncertainties relating to our ownership of OCI Wyoming including (a) the ownership of a general partner interest in OCI Wyoming could expose us to additional unknown and contingent liabilities, and (b) we will not own 100 percent of, and only have limited approval rights with respect to OCI Wyoming and our partner will be able to control most business decisions relative to OCI Wyoming. Natural Resource Partners L.P. has no obligation to publicly update or revise any forward-looking statement, whether as a result of new information, future events or otherwise. -Financial statements follow- Natural Resource Partners L.P. Operating Statistics (in thousands except per ton data) Quarter Ended Year Ended December December December December 2012 2011 2012 2011 (unaudited) (unaudited) (restated) Coal Royalties: Coal royalty revenues: Appalachia Northern $ $ 5,986 $ 15,768 $ 20,578 4,772 Central 36,510 45,633 156,390 196,789 Southern 8,631 1,975 29,325 11,717 Total $ 49,913 $ 53,594 $ 201,483 $ 229,084 Appalachia Illinois Basin 14,652 11,726 49,538 41,324 Northern Powder River 2,237 1,523 8,501 7,658 Basin Gulf Coast Lignite 879 795 1,212 1,155 Total $ 67,681 $ 67,638 $ 260,734 $ 279,221 Coal royalty production (tons): Appalachia Northern 4,620 1,721 10,486 5,251 Central 6,466 6,799 26,098 29,555 Southern 1,171 285 3,718 1,695 Total 12,257 8,805 40,302 36,501 Appalachia Illinois Basin 3,391 2,327 11,299 9,445 Northern Powder River 930 658 2,377 2,682 Basin Gulf Coast Lignite 434 252 466 523 Total 17,012 12,042 54,444 49,151 Average royalty revenue per ton: Appalachia Northern $ $ 3.48 $ $ 1.03 1.50 3.92 Central 5.65 6.71 5.99 6.66 Southern 7.37 6.93 7.89 6.91 Total 4.07 6.09 5.00 6.28 Appalachia Illinois Basin 4.32 5.04 4.38 4.38 Northern Powder River 2.41 2.31 3.58 2.86 Basin Gulf Coast Lignite 2.03 3.15 2.60 2.21 Combined average royalty revenue per ton $ $ 5.62 $ $ 3.98 4.79 5.68 Aggregates: Royalty revenues $ $ 1,610 $ $ 1,537 6,598 6,640 Aggregate royalty bonus - - - 94 Production 1,234 1,312 5,287 5,930 Average base royalty per ton $ $ 1.23 $ $ 1.25 1.25 1.12 Oil and gas: Royalty revenues $ $ 3,970 $ $ 14,017 2,448 9,160 Natural Resource Partners L.P Consolidated Statements of Comprehensive Income (in thousands, except per unit data) Quarter Ended Year Ended December December December December 2012 2011 2012 2011 (unaudited) (unaudited) (restated) Revenues: Coal royalties $ 67,681 $ 67,638 $ 260,734 $ 279,221 Aggregate royalties 1,537 1,610 6,598 6,734 Processing fees 1,394 3,246 8,299 13,475 Transportation fees 5,152 4,080 19,513 16,688 Oil and gas royalties 2,448 3,970 9,160 14,017 Property taxes 3,852 3,077 15,273 12,640 Minimums recognized as 10,208 3,692 23,956 9,148 revenue Override royalties 3,529 3,857 15,527 14,523 Other 6,635 1,965 20,087 11,237 Total revenues 102,436 93,135 379,147 377,683 Operating expenses: Depreciation, depletion 16,155 13,542 58,221 65,118 and amortization Asset impairments 2,568 70,404 2,568 161,336 General and 5,460 7,397 29,714 29,553 administrative Property, franchise and 4,088 3,568 17,678 14,486 other taxes Transportation costs 498 502 1,944 2,033 Coal royalty and 461 322 1,857 1,022 override payments Total operating 29,230 95,735 111,982 273,548 expenses Income (loss) from 73,206 (2,600) 267,165 104,135 operations Other income (expense) Interest expense (13,157) (13,385) (53,972) (49,180) Interest income 58 29 162 69 Income (loss) before $ 60,107 $ (15,956) $ 213,355 $ 55,024 non-controlling interest Non-controlling - (947) - (998) interest Net income (loss) $ 60,107 $ (16,903) $ 213,355 $ 54,026 Net income (loss) attributable to: General partner $ $ (338) $ $ 1,202 4,267 1,081 Limited partners $ 58,905 $ (16,565) $ 209,088 $ 52,945 Basic and diluted net $ $ $ income (loss) per limited 0.56 $ (0.16) 1.97 0.50 partner unit: Weighted average number of 106,028 106,028 106,028 106,028 units outstanding: Comprehensive income (loss) $ 60,120 $ (16,890) $ 213,405 $ 54,079 Natural Resource Partners L.P. Consolidated Statements of Cash Flow (in thousands, except per unit data) Quarter Ended Year Ended December December December December 2012 2011 2012 2011 (unaudited) (unaudited) Cash flows from operating activities: Net income (loss) $ 60,107 $ (16,903) $ 213,355 $ 54,026 Adjustments to reconcile net income (loss) to net cash provided by operating activities: Depreciation, depletion 16,155 13,542 58,221 65,118 and amortization Asset Impairments 2,568 70,404 2,568 161,336 Gain on sale of assets (4,752) (13,575) (1,058) Gain on reserve swap - - (2,990) Non-cash interest 152 132 605 625 charge, net Non-controlling interest - 947 - 998 Change in operating assets and liabilities: Accounts receivable (1,468) 5,819 (802) (6,951) Other assets (605) (466) (236) 90 Accounts payable and 854 641 1,909 854 accrued liabilities Accrued interest 2,275 2,660 (496) 950 Deferred revenue (183) 6,736 11,684 31,277 Accrued incentive plan 83 1,923 (3,461) 1,909 expenses Property, franchise and 2,350 1,817 1,636 (610) other taxes payable Net cash provided by operating 77,536 87,252 271,408 305,574 activities: Cash flows from investing activities: Acquisition of land, coal and other mineral (46,071) (12,675) (180,534) (120,284) rights Acquisition or construction of plant - (79) (681) (404) and equipment Proceeds from sale of 9,775 - 24,822 5,600 assets Return on direct financing lease and 270 - 2,669 - contractual override Acquisition of contracts - - (59,009) - Net cash used in investing (36,026) (12,754) (212,733) (115,088) activities Cash flows from financing activities: Proceeds from loans 45,000 50,000 148,000 385,000 Repayment of loans - - (30,800) (210,519) Deferred financing costs - (183) - (2,957) Payment of obligation - - (500) (7,625) related to acquisitions Costs associated with - - (59) (141) equity transactions Distributions to (59,505) (59,505) (240,814) (234,828) partners Net cash provided by (used in) (14,505) (9,688) (124,173) (71,070) financing activities Net increase (decrease) in 27,005 64,810 (65,498) 119,416 cash and cash equivalents Cash and cash equivalents 122,419 150,112 214,922 95,506 at beginning of period Cash and cash equivalents $ 149,424 $ 214,922 $ 149,424 $ 214,922 at end of period SUPPLEMENTAL INFORMATION: Cash paid during the $ 10,729 $ 10,579 $ 53,842 $ 47,653 period for interest Non-cash activities: Non-controlling interest $ $ $ $ - - - 373 Obligation related to $ $ $ $ purchase of reserves and - - - 500 infrastructure Notes receivable related $ 1,808 $ to sale of asset 1,808 Natural Resource Partners L.P. Consolidated Balance Sheets (in thousands, except for unit information) ASSETS December 31, December 31, 2012 2011 (unaudited) Current assets: Cash and cash equivalents $ 149,424 $ 214,922 Accounts receivable, net of allowance 35,116 30,923 for doubtful accounts Accounts receivable - affiliates 10,613 10,138 Other 1,042 832 Total current assets 196,195 256,815 Land 24,340 24,534 Plant and equipment, net 32,401 46,185 Mineral rights, net 1,380,428 1,257,501 Intangible assets, net 70,811 75,164 Loan financing costs, net 4,291 4,846 Long-term contracts receivable - 55,576 - affiliates Other assets, net 630 604 Total assets $ 1,764,672 $ 1,665,649 LIABILITIES AND PARTNERS' CAPITAL Current liabilities: Accounts payable and accrued $ 3,693 $ 2,366 liabilities Accounts payable - affiliates 957 375 Obligation related to acquisitions - 500 Current portion of long-term debt 87,230 30,801 Accrued incentive plan expenses - 7,718 8,374 current portion Property, franchise and other taxes 7,952 6,316 payable Accrued interest 10,265 10,761 Total current liabilities 117,815 59,493 Deferred revenue 123,506 113,303 Accrued incentive plan expenses 8,865 11,670 Long-term debt 897,039 836,268 Partners' capital: Common units outstanding (106,027,836) 605,019 629,253 General partner's interest 10,026 10,517 Non-controlling interest 2,845 5,638 Accumulated other comprehensive loss (443) (493) Total partners' capital 617,447 644,915 Total liabilities and $ 1,764,672 $ 1,665,649 partners' capital Natural Resource Partners L.P. Reconciliation of GAAP Financial Measurements to Non-GAAP Financial Measurements (in thousands) Reconciliation of GAAP "Net cash provided by operating activities" to Non-GAAP "Distributable cash flow" Quarter Ended Year Ended December December December December 2012 2011 2012 2011 (unaudited) (unaudited) Net cash provided by operating $ 77,536 $ 87,252 $ 271,408 $ 305,574 activities Less scheduled principal payments - - (30,800) (31,518) Less reserves for future (13,059) (7,700) (52,234) (31,159) scheduled principal payments Add reserves used for scheduled - - 30,800 31,518 principal payments Return on direct financing lease 270 - 2,669 - and contractual override Proceeds from sale of assets 9,775 - 24,822 5,600 Distributable cash flow $ 74,522 $ 79,552 $ 246,665 $ 280,015 Reconciliation of GAAP "Total operating costs and expenses" to Non-GAAP "Total operating expenses before considering the impairment" Quarter Ended For the Year Ended December December December December 2012 2011 2012 2011 (unaudited) (unaudited) Operating expenses Total operating $ 29,230 $ 95,735 $ 111,982 $ 273,548 expenses as reported Impairments $ (2,568) $ (70,404) $ (2,568) $ (161,336) Total operating costs before considering the $ 26,662 $ 25,331 $ 109,414 $ 112,212 impairment Reconciliation of GAAP "Net income attributable to the limited partners" to Non-GAAP "Net income attributable to the limited partners before considering the impairment" Quarter Ended For the Year Ended December December December December 2012 2011 2012 2011 (unaudited) (unaudited) Net income (loss) attributable to the limited partners Net income (loss) as $ 60,107 $ (16,903) $ 213,355 $ 54,026 reported Impairments $ 2,568 $ 70,404 $ 2,568 $ 161,336 Net income before considering the $ 62,675 $ 53,501 $ 215,923 $ 215,362 impairment Net income, before considering the impairment, attributable to: General partner $ 1,254 $ 1,070 $ 4,318 $ 4,307 Limited partners $ 61,422 $ 52,431 $ 211,605 $ 211,055 Reconciliation of GAAP "Basic and diluted net income per unit" to Non-GAAP "Net income per unit before considering the impairment" Quarter Ended For the Year Ended December December December December 2012 2011 2012 2011 (unaudited) (unaudited) Net income (loss) per * unit Net income (loss) per $ 0.56 $ (0.16) $ 1.97 $ unit as reported 0.50 Adjustment for $ 0.02 $ 0.65 $ 0.02 $ impairments 1.49 Net income per limited partner unit, before $ 0.58 $ 0.49 $ 2.00 $ considering the 1.99 impairment Weighted number of 106,028 106,028 106,028 106,028 units outstanding * Numbers may not add due to rounding SOURCE Natural Resource Partners L.P. 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Natural Resource Partners L.P. Reports 2012 Results and Issues 2013 Guidance
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