The miner said decision was unrelated to Elliott Management's call earlier this month to unlock shareholder value by spinning off about $22 billion of BHP's US oil assets.
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–9% on Friday.
They're pressing the company not only to accept a proposal by activist investor Elliott Management to spin off its US petroleum business, but to fully demerge all of its oil and gas assets.
Drops 4% to $289.50 a tonne despite greater than expected Australian supply outage.
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The miner said it was unwilling to take the steps required to satisfy Australian steel makers to get the approval of the transaction, which would have its major deal since spinning off from BHP in 2015.
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Up another 5% on Thursday – stones throw away from all-time high.
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Activist investor Elliott's proposals to break up BHP are riddled with “major flaws” and could end up costing far more to implement than they would save, the company said.
Analysts expect BHP to argue that a demerged petroleum business would need to fund offshore growth projects by raising debt. It may also contend that a stand-alone division won’t have the same ability to defer production until oil prices improve.
Coking coal price has doubled in two weeks – storm damage to rail lines could affect Australian exports for another four weeks.
Company says the associated risks of spinning off about $22 billion of its US oil assets and listing them in New York would significantly outweigh any potential benefits.
By the end of 2017, Yancoal Australia may become one of the top three coal producers in this country.
Coking coal prices gained 86% to $283.10 a tonne this week, the biggest gain in four years.
While the company had other projects in the country, the Bayan Khundii gold project went from greenfield prospect to being its main asset in roughly nine months.
The miner said it won't meet its coal export commitments due to the damage caused by cyclone Debbie, which struck Australia’s north-east coast last week.
The US largest coal miner is back.