BHP shareholders have voted against a plan that would see the mining giant cut its memberships of industry organisations that do not support the goals of the Paris Agreement.
Drama arose when Bounty Mining began negotiating a recapitalisation and new funding package with Amaroo Blackdown Investments. In response to this proposal, QCoal Group delivered other refinancing proposals to Bounty.
Rio Tinto’s products “have a major role to play in transition to a low-carbon economy”, according to a speech by chairman Simon Thompson.
Evolution Mining has greenlit an expansion to the Cowal gold processing plant in New South Wales 12 months ahead of plan.
NRW Holdings’ leadership is confident of the company’s contract prospects as it heads into the 2019 financial year.
BHP chief executive officer Andrew Mackenzie says the company will continue to invest in its rail structure in light of Monday’s derailment of a BHP iron ore train in the Pilbara, Western Australia.
BHP chief executive Andrew Mackenzie has claimed that businesses are navigating “global volatility” in a thinly veiled reference to escalating trade tensions between the United States and China.
CIMIC executive chairman Marcelino Fernándo Verdes has cited the company’s strong position moving into 2018 following strong returns in 2017.
Rio Tinto plc has held its annual general meeting at its London headquarters, with chief executive Jean Sebastien (JS) Jacques and chairman Simon Thompson delivering speeches to attendees.
Orica chairman Malcolm Broomhead explained at the company’s annual general meeting that the several senior executives would receive bonus cuts in light of two work fatalities during the 2017 financial year, one in Peru and the other in Sweden.
Global resources producer South32 has had its annual general meeting (AGM), and commented on workplace concerns, despite ‘strong financial results’.
Jake Klein, chairman of gold miner Evolution Mining, has explained in an address at the company’s annual general meeting (AGM) that the industry needs to focus on making mining attractive as a career for young people.
Ken MacKenzie, the recently anointed chairman of BHP, has delivered a speech at the company’s annual general meeting in Melbourne today, while social justice groups gathered outside.
Anglo-American operator BHP held its annual general meeting (AGM) in London yesterday and combative US hedge fund company Elliot Management, which owns 5 per cent of BHP, was in attendance.
Union workers and representatives attended the BHP annual general meeting in Adelaide today to protest against 100 per cent FIFO hiring practices.
Rio Tinto has stated that concerns about the funding for rehabilitation of the Northern Territory Ranger mine site are hypothetical, and remain the concerns of the ERA board of directors.