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18 Jun, 2021
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17 Jun, 2021
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(Bloomberg) -- Global demand for potash could grow by as much as 3% a year over the next decade, BHP Group said as the world’s biggest miner prepares to decide on a major investment in the crop nutrient in Canada.BHP remained on track to take a final investment decision on the Jansen potash project around the middle of 2021, the company said Thursday in a presentation, pending finalization of port and rail arrangements and a final risk assessment. The first phase of development is seen costing b
16 Jun, 2021
MELBOURNE (Reuters) -BHP expects to present its board with a decision in a few months on whether to go ahead with its Jansen potash project in Canada after choosing between two port options, a company executive said on Thursday. The project offers BHP diversification into agricultural markets given that potash is a key element in plant nutrition that also makes crops more drought resistant.
China said it would release the country's reserves of major industrial metals, including copper, aluminium and zinc in batches 'in the near future'.
12 Jun, 2021
FCX stock, Vale and other mining stocks on this weekend's watch list have formed new bases, working on buy points or early entries.
11 Jun, 2021
(Bloomberg) -- BHP Group averted a strike at its second-largest copper mine in Chile after workers at the Spence operation accepted a final wage offer on the last day of mediated talks.The deal will ease concerns over a potential stoppage that would have further tightened global supplies of the metal. It comes after staff at a BHP operations center in Santiago ended a strike and returned to work this week. Attention will now shift to wage talks at BHP’s giant Escondida mine.About 92% of the 1,07
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10 Jun, 2021
A drive by mining companies to hire more women has stalled, leaving the industry as one of the world’s most male-dominated professions and exacerbating a looming recruitment crisis in many key roles.
09 Jun, 2021
Workers at BHP Group's Spence copper mine in Chile said on Wednesday they would extend negotiations with the company for a few more days to try to reach agreement on a new contract and avoid a strike at the operation, the union told Reuters. The union representing 1,100 workers at the mine in Chile's northern Atacama Desert said it hoped to reach an agreement by the end of Thursday. BHP is also negotiating with the union representing workers at Chile's Escondida copper mine, the world's largest, which told Reuters it was keeping an open mind but also building a war chest for a potential strike.
Workers at BHP Group's Spence copper mine in Chile said on Wednesday they will extend negotiations with the company for a few more days to try and reach agreement on a new contract and avoid a strike at the operation, the union told Reuters. The union representing 1,100 workers at the mine in Chile's northern Atacama Desert said it hoped to reach agreement by the end of Thursday.
04 Jun, 2021
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United States-based Jetti Resources has raised $50 million from investors including Mitsubishi Corporation, BHP Group and Freeport-McMoRan to roll out its technology for producing copper from low-grade resources. Prices of copper, which is used widely in the power and construction industries, hit a record high of $10,747.50 last month as worries about shortages this year triggered a speculative buying frenzy. Other investors include Orion Resource Partners and funds and accounts advised by T. Rowe Price Associates, Jetti Resources said on Friday.
03 Jun, 2021
Jetti Resources, an obscure mining business part-owned by members of the Pritzker and Walton families, is getting some new heavyweight investors: BHP and Freeport-McMoRan, two of the world’s biggest miners.
02 Jun, 2021
With iron ore prices riding on strong demand in China, it will be wise to keep an eye on iron ore producers like BHP Group (BHP), Rio Tinto (RIO) and Vale (VALE), which are poised to benefit from this rally.
01 Jun, 2021
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31 May, 2021
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28 May, 2021
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27 May, 2021
(Bloomberg) -- BHP Group is in talks with Nutrien Ltd. about a potential partnership in its massive Canadian potash venture as the world’s biggest mining company moves closer to a final decision on the project.The pair are discussing multiple options, including Nutrien becoming the operator and selling the potash through its existing channels, or the Canadian company taking a stake in the Jansen mine, according to people familiar with the matter. There is no guarantee the talks will lead to a deal, said the people, who asked not to be identified as the discussions are private.A deal would offset BHP’s financial and operational risk, said Gavin Wendt, founding director and senior resource analyst at Mine Life Pty. “It’s a large-capex project and BHP is new to the potash space. It makes sense for it therefore to utilize Nutrien’s industry knowledge, where it is the world’s biggest fertilizer distributor.”BHP has struggled with the Jansen project for years. Despite spending about $4.5 billion and digging two 1,000-meter (3,300-feet) deep shafts, it has yet to approve construction and has faced investor opposition. The miner has said it will decide around mid-year on whether to approve a further $5.7 billion in spending to bring Jansen into production.Major potash producers could expect greater price certainty if a BHP-Nutrien deal goes ahead, “and keeps new tons marketed within the existing global structure,” said Bloomberg Intelligence industry analyst Jason Miner. “A potential Nutrien deal could lift the cloud BHP’s Jansen mine has long cast over this market,” he added.BHP has repeatedly said it’s open to bringing a partner into the project, especially one with expertise in the fertilizer market or potash. While that’s a product it currently doesn’t mine, the Melbourne-based miner sees potash as a potential cornerstone of its future business, helping to feed a growing global population as the pressure on agricultural land increases.Spokespeople for BHP and Nutrien declined to comment.“We continue to like potash. We think the long-term demand and supply fundamentals for potash are attractive,” BHP Chief Executive Officer Mike Henry said at a conference last week when asked about the project. “We’ve always said we’re open to partnering, but the project doesn’t need a partner to proceed.”Nutrien shares in Toronto rose 1.5% to C$73.90 ($61) on Wednesday. BHP shares rose as much as 3.4% in London on Thursday after gaining 1% in Sydney.Changing ToneShould an agreement be reached with BHP, it would mark a sharp reversal in Nutrien’s attitude. The company has been an outspoken critic of the project for years, saying its development would flood the market with unneeded potash. Yet Nutrien’s tone has changed since Mayo Schmidt replaced Chuck Magro as CEO earlier this year.Nutrien -- formed in 2018 from the merger of two large Canadian agriculture firms, Potash Corp. of Saskatchewan and Agrium Inc. -- said this month that the market could cope with the tons from Jansen if mined in a “disciplined” way. The price of potash tumbled to 10-year lows in April last year amid the pandemic, but has since recovered as a global rally in food prices boosted demand.BHP’s willingness to explore partnership options with an established producer such as Nutrien would indicate that it’s working to limit potential market disruption that could be caused by Jansen, RBC Capital Markets analyst Andrew Wong said in a note. That’s “incrementally positive to the longer-term potash market outlook,” he said.More stories like this are available on bloomberg.comSubscribe now to stay ahead with the most trusted business news source.©2021 Bloomberg L.P.