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Mining giant’s 46-page submission to a Federal parliamentary inquiry reveals chronology of events leading up to blasting that destroyed two ancient rock shelters at Juukan Gorge in May.
The reserve updates will underwrite 100 per cent of production from the two assets for more than seven years, but production and cost guidance failed to impress some investors.
The cash will be used for site establishments and early works construction, general working capital, project financing activities and placement costs.
Joint venture represents the fourth such arrangement the mining giant has struck in the East Pilbara as it looks to develop its Winu copper-gold project.
Neometals could become a partner in a commercial battery recycling facility in Germany with the anticipated formalisation of a joint venture this week.
Electric scooter maker benefits from lockdowns as food and parcel delivery services take off.
The Cape Lambert blaze was the first of a series of mishaps for Rio in the Pilbara last year which forced it to twice downgrade iron ore shipping guidance for the year.
Cardinal Resources is set to become the latest WA-based explorer to test the Federal Government’s tolerance for Chinese investment in Australia.
New $US110m arrangement with BNP Paribas and the Clean Energy Finance Corporation comes with drastically reduced interest rate.
Shares in Andrew Forrest’s Fortescue Metals continue to go from strength to strength, and today finally stole Wesfarmers’ crown as WA’s most valuable company on the ASX.
Jean-Sebastien Jacques said company representatives could have attended as witnesses over the destruction of the sacred site in the Pilbara but he wanted to ‘lead from the front on this one’.
WA’s border closure has had no material impact on Rio Tinto’s operations in the State, the mining giant’s boss Jean-Sebastien Jacques said today as he announced first-half earnings of $US4.75 billion.
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