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BHP’s Latest Numbers Offer a Window on an Industry in …
The recent half-year production numbers out of BHP Billiton are more than a snapshot of one giant energy … larger ailing coal-mining industry. The figures show that BHP—like other big miners that include Rio Tinto, Vale …
January 26, 2015
Tim Buckley
Divestment vs sterilisation: What to do with BHP’s stranded coal assets
What to do with BHP's stranded coal assets.
August 03, 2020
Tim Buckley
BHP to link executive compensation to reductions in …
BHP Group announced plans today to link company executive … – the carbon emissions generated by customers’ use of BHP products like coal, oil and gas.
July 01, 2019
Tim Buckley
BHP coal assets worth a billion less than just two years ago
… biggest public pension fund NEST, has withdrawn funds from BHP this week because the company is profiting “from digging coal”. This follows BHP being put on a watch list by the Norwegian Sovereign …
August 10, 2020
Press Release
IEEFA Australia: BHP to link executive compensation to reductions in …
Australia: BHP to link executive compensation to reductions in …
July 23, 2019
Tim Buckley
Technology development starting to challenge the long-term future of Australia’s metallurgical coal
… technology transition in power generation has helped make BHP's Mount Arthur thermal coal mine unsellable. Given that … metallurgical coal’s incumbency over the coming years. BHP risks becoming a laggard on decarbonisation.
August 15, 2022
Simon Nicholas
New tech promises to solve steel’s iron ore problem as met coal miners face uncertain future
9 August 2022 (IEEFA): The development of new, cleaner steelmaking technology is helping to ease concerns about a predicted bottleneck in the iron ore supply chain. A new report from IEEFA, Solving Iron Ore Quality Issues for Low-Carbon…
August 09, 2022
Press Release
Australian coal miners should think carefully about what they do with their inflated cash balances
Australian coal miners have recently reported huge profits and cash flows off the back of the war in Ukraine. Miners should forget capacity expansions and instead use these strong cash flows to responsibly manage down existing operations,…
March 09, 2023
Andrew Gorringe, Simon Nicholas
HSBC joins major miners in turning away from further metallurgical coal mine development
It can now be expected over the coming years that more and more banks will stop providing finance for further metallurgical coal mining capacity, especially as it becomes ever clearer that alternative steelmaking technologies that don’t use…
January 30, 2023
Simon Nicholas
Opportunities and challenges for the Pilbara amid the accelerating steel technology transition
Australia's Pilbara region has the potential to be a leading supplier of decarbonised iron, the critical material for green steel production, if it acts fast in the face of growing international competition.
March 27, 2023
Simon Nicholas, Soroush Basirat
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