Biggest drop in Chinese industrial profits on record spills red ink on mining stock boards – Freeport down 10% in massive volumes.
This year capital and exploration spending at BHP will be $13 billion less than in 2013, leaving the world's largest miner with a single greenfield project.
Bigger blasts, crib huts and hot seating.
The mining giant acknowledged it used a Singapore marketing hub to minimize its tax expenses, but added it is paying its fair share worldwide.
Worries over China's growth and its impact on commodity prices prompted broker downgrades for some of the industry’s biggest names.
On the 5th of September, the AusIMM Southern Queensland Student Chapter (SQSC) held the chapter’s annual BHP Billiton Local Mining Games at The University of Queensland’s Experimental Mine in Indooroopilly, a suburb of Brisbane.
BHP’s coal chief believes the commodity is likely to remain under pressure for a while.
More than a dozen energy companies have been pressing U.S. authorities to lift the nation's four-decade moratorium on oil exports.
The companies will share access to data and lessons learned from SaskPower’s Boundary Dam facility — the world’s first full chain power sector CCS project.
Glencore's bold move and huge jump in Chinese concentrate imports light fire under copper price.
CHART: The commodity slump has slashed major miners' market valuations to 60–88% below 2011 highs.
Billions wiped from mining sector as Chinese manufacturing activity contracts to a six-and-half year low.
As prices for the company's four key "pillar" commodities —iron ore, metallurgical coal, copper and oil and gas — have all dropped to multi-year lows in the past 12 months.
The company said is not keen on Rio Tinto's thermal coal assets, currently up for sale.
The US has suspended the futures market on the Nasdaq index, as panicking traders have driven it down 5% — the maximum allowed under Wall Street rules.
In the global iron ore market, the world’s two biggest exporters are expanding sales into the top customer, winning a greater share of trade as prices tumble.
The world's leading commodity trader stock slumped to a record low Wednesday after it revealed it swung to a steep first-half loss of $676 million.
Reshuffle includes promotion of Baroness Shriti Vadera from a non-executive position to the role of senior independent director.
Two huge explosions at the port of Tianjin, the world's 10th largest, have killed at least 50 people and devastated the area.
The company's action on spending follows sharp falls across commodity prices this year.
But gold is, so far, profiting from the situation, heading for its longest winning streak in three months.
The decision of the People's Bank of China (PBOC) to devalue the yuan by 1.9% sent most mining stocks and commodities down the slippery slope.
The cuts represent 14% of what was once a 4,300 workforce.
The world’s largest iron ore producer continued to flood the market despite a current oversupply that has sent prices for the commodity plummeting to historic lows.
Implementation of “free, prior and informed consent” policies vital tool to prevent conflict and costs to companies, reveals study published Thursday by Oxfam.
The world's No.1 miner will continue boosting its iron ore output, adding to a global glut and keeping pressure on prices.
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