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Ore war in the Pilbara

With both demand and prices for iron ore falling, people are starting to ask why the big mining firms
are still ramping up production, writes IHS Maritime’s Zoe Reynolds…
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BHP Billiton and Minerals Council of Australia Women in Engineering Scholarship for Study in University of Queensland, Australia

If you would like to study in University of Queensland, Australia and pursue Full Time Undergraduate Program in Engineering you can avail BHP Billiton and Minerals Council of Australia Women in Engineering Scholarship which is being offered by BHP Billiton, in partnership with the Minerals…, http://www.scholarshipstimes.com/2014/12/17/bhp-billiton-and-minerals-council-of-australia-women-in-engineering-scholarship-for-study-in-university-of-queensland-australia/

FTSE in Focus - Oil stocks rebound

The FTSE 100 scurried between red and black today, as oil prices fell further (pushing the index down) but UK inflation came in at 1%, which provided a lift as markets settle in for a continued low interest rate environment. 183 more words

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FTSE in Focus - Sky falls

The FTSE 100 closed down 118 points at 6,183, weighed once more by oil and mining stocks. BHP (BLT, £12.76, -3.7%), Anglo American (AAL, £10.98, -3.3%) and BP (BP, 373p, -3.22%) were all down. 222 more words

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Demand and supply at work - the Western Australian iron ore market

Yesterday I wrote about the fall in oil prices and how they have been affected by geopolitical factors that have led to it being rather convenient for the Western conception of international relations. 525 more words


Catching the elusive carlia skink

I had heard a lot about the SWER line before I got to go there. Christine Lambkin, a fly expert from the Queensland Museum, had gone into raptures about the entirely different, unexpected, and mind-blowingly weird species caught there on a previous trip. 415 more words

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FTSE in focus - Wed 10 Dec - Oil moves further underground

The FTSE 100 fell by 29.5 points today to close at 6500, in a day dominated by a renewed plunge in the oil price, to $63.50 a barrel. 238 more words

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