Thursday 16th Jul, 2020

Builder of Xstrata eyes Rio’s Hunter coal assets

Mick Davis, who grew Xstrata from a $500m stripling in 2001 to a $46bn behemoth by 2013, is looking to…
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Port Hedland housing dead

Mortgage re-possessions are in full swing in Port Hedland as the mining boom moves from the construction to production phases….
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Peabody assets on the block in Australia

It’s been a rough old trot for Peabody Energy, the world’s largest private-sector coal company, with its share price falling…
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Bradken boss to retire

Long time Bradken CEO and MD Brian Hodges will step down from the company in a difficult period as it…
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Monadelphous and WICET go head to head

It’s lawyers at nine paces as Wiggins Island Coal Export Terminal (WICET) and engineering group Monadelphous take to the courts…
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Is iron ore’s price upturn reversing?

It was a disappointing offshore session for iron ore with the commodity falling for the third straight session, down 3.7%…
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Uninspiring share market start for South32

BHP Billiton shareholders gifted stock in South32, the demerged entity containing assets deemed non-essential by the Big Australian, will have…
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Rio Tinto iron ore operations have restarted in the Pilbara, Western Australia following the aftermath of Tropical Cyclone Damien in Western Australia.

Tough conditions for Qube’s ports and bulk division

A little of the gloss came off market darling Qube last week when the logistics business announced tough trading conditions…
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