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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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VALE: HUBBARD SERVICES STRATEGY CONSULTING

I closed my consulting business last week, after 30 years.  It was a sad feeling to close the bank account and realise it’s the last tax return I’ll lodge.  588 more words

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South32 lays out $1.5 billion for new Arizona metals venture

Australian metals and coal miner South32 is ploughing $1.5 billion into a minority stake in Canada’s Arizona Mining, which aims to realise a zinc-lead-silver venture in Arizona. 108 more words

Coal

Breaking News: When you re-brand the biggest of them all.

Mining company BHP has dropped Billiton from name in $10m ad campaign as the company announces a ‘clean brand change’, unveiling campaign to emphasise its Australian roots . 768 more words

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Mining giants scramble to fill key leadership vacancies

BHP Billiton, Rio Tinto and Anglo-American, three of the world’s biggest miners are all racing to fill the top spots on their boards, following announcements that their chairmen are stepping down. 136 more words

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BHP reject hedge fund pressure to restructure as Australia signals readiness to veto on national interest grounds

Hedge fun Elliott Management is pressuring BHP Billiton to abandon its dual listing in Australia and the UK, as well as spinning off its US petroleum business to list on the New York stock exchange, it has been reported. 130 more words

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