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De nieuwe modus operandi van de mijnbouwers

De grondstoffensector en -bedrijven hebben sinds begin 2016 een heuse opwaartse rit achter de kiezen. Die stijgende trend heeft zich de eerste helft van dit jaar doorgezet. 1,747 more words


BHP Billiton to replace two directors in board shake-up

Global miner BHP Billiton on Wednesday unveiled a board shakeup that will see controversial director Grant King step down six months after joining the company amid concerns among investors over oil investments.

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BHP delays decision on Jansen potash mine

In its year-end financial results, BHP revealed a significant potash project east of Saskatoon will not be brought to the company’s board for approval in the 2018 calendar year. 293 more words


BHP Billiton exploring options for its U.S. shale oil business, including sale

The shale oil business is no more a core asset for the company. The development is pregnant with potential.

BHP Billiton’s CEO Andrew Mackenzie has disclosed that a number of parties are interested in acquiring the company’s U.S. 40 more words


21 Aug 2017 (AFR) - Reporting season needs a real kick along - Time for Qantas and BHP Billiton to step up to the plate

(21 August 2017, AFR, p20, by Philip Baker)

‘If the reporting season is going to be rescued from its current state of mediocrity, then companies that report this week and next are going to have to produce something that their corporate brethren have failed to do. 110 more words

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20 July 2017 (AFR) - BHP Billiton set to grow production again

(20 July 2017, AFR, p15, by Peter Ker)

‘BHP Billiton is set to grow production of its core commodities by 7 per cent over the next year, with its Escondida mine in Chile set to lead the charge with potentially its biggest copper haul in a decade. 56 more words

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