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BHP dangles the prospect of a $25 billion investment in Australia, but wants something in return

The world’s biggest mining company BHP Billiton has said it could invest as much as $25 billion in Australia’s economy over the next decade.

Potential expansion projects include the Caval Ridge coking coal mine in Queensland and South Australia’s Olympic Dam copper mine. 116 more words


Mozambique’s Mozal smelter expansion on course, but electricity is needed

Diversified mining house BHP Billiton is in talks with Mozambican authorities about the expansion of its Mozal aluminium smelter, with electricity availability seen as the main constraint. 387 more words

February 2017

BHP: we don’t need any acquisitions

BHP Billiton CEO Andrew Mackenzie has said that BHP has no plans to embark on a spending spree, despite recording bumper cashflow and earnings driven by a buoyant iron ore price. 114 more words


7 Feb 2017 (AFR) - Is the party over for resources and mining stocks?

(7 February 2017, AFR, p16, by Peter Ker)

‘The party has been raging for a year now, but there are signs the resources rally might be coming to an end. 53 more words

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‘Shipshape 10’ News for Week Ending January 28, 2017

‘Shipshape 10 List’, a list of news and articles published in the current week that a senior executive in shipping, shipping finance, commodities, energy, supply chain and infrastructure should had noticed; news and articles that are shaping the agenda and the course of the maritime industry. 299 more words

News And Updates

Destination: Uluru, Part 4

Day 9 : Wednesday 21st December : Peterborough to Louth via Darling River Road

The trip was very much one of four clear sections and now we were into the fourth and final part; our route home. 888 more words


Chart Review - BHP-Billiton (BHP)

This is a daily chart of BHP-Billiton over the past twelve months courtesy of Metastock with data from Paritech Limited.

It is not meant to influence the investment decisions of investors who should always consult their own stockbroker/ financial adviser for advice specific to their needs. 121 more words

Chart Analyses