BHP chief executive Mike Henry has underlined the importance for nations to strengthen their ties following the signing of the world’s biggest trade deal among 15 countries.
BHP has launched a five-year partnership with steel producer China Baowu to focus on reducing the greenhouse gas emissions in the global steel industry.
BHP chief executive officer Mike Henry has warned that the mining industry is at a crossroad and miners must adapt to tougher social expectations to remain successful.
BHP chief executive Mike Henry has confirmed in a shareholder Q&A session this week that the company isn’t currently planning to introduce fully autonomous trains.
BHP will fund 3500 new apprenticeship and training positions to support employment, business opportunities and skills development in the mining, equipment, technology and services (METS) sector.
BHP has pledged to to reduce emissions from its operations by 30 per cent by 2030, and predicated that it will ‘continue to thrive’ under net zero emissions in the future.
BHP chief executive Mike Henry has outlined the company’s goal to grow its future-facing commodity assets, including copper, nickel and potash over the coming year.
BHP has made a sweep of changes and additions to its executive leadership team to enhance the company’s future readiness and long-term growth.
BHP has appointed Edgar Basto as its Minerals Australia president, effective July 1, having been in the role of acting president since last November.
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BHP chief executive Mike Henry has expressed his confidence in the company’s employees to deliver “safer, leaner and high performing” operations in all parts of the business.
BHP chief executive officer Mike Henry is confident in the recovery of the global steel and oil markets after the coronavirus pandemic.
BHP has tipped that major economies such as the United States, Europe and India will remain dramatically impacted by coronavirus in the June quarter.
BHP has confirmed that a small number of its global staff have tested positive to coronavirus, “all of whom are recovering well”.
BHP has committed to supporting regional communities facing significant challenges due to the coronavirus pandemic, by pledging to set up a $50 million vital resources fund.
BHP will reduce payment terms for small, local and Indigenous businesses to support communities around Australia during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Rio Tinto chief executive Jean-Sebastien Jacques has received a 27 per cent pay rise in 2019 for achieving high profits, safety rates and share growths in the company.
BHP has felt the impact of Australia’s bushfires, with its New South Wales energy coal production affected during the first half of the 2020 financial year due to poor air quality at the mines.
Two of BHP’s executive leadership team members are set to depart the world’s biggest mining company next year as a transformation of its management continues.
BHP’s next chief executive Mike Henry has placed technology front and centre in his first speech as CEO to-be.