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Peter Ker Governments must help mining companies bring down their cost structures, says Marius Kloppers.
Peter Ker Pursuit of Arrium is becoming an increasingly expensive affair for a foreign consortium.
Peter Ker Australia's fourth-biggest iron ore exporter made a loss during the September quarter.
Peter Ker They lovingly call it Mine-golia, but the past fortnight has provided some timely reminders for mining companies that their rush towards developing nations is not without its perils.
Peter Ker An improved takeover bid for Arrium appears imminent, with a foreign consortium saying it has sought to reopen acquisition talks.
Peter Ker An improved takeover bid for Arrium Limited appears imminent, with Korean steel giant POSCO confirming overnight that it wanted to continue talks about a possible takeover of the iron ore and steel...
Peter Ker The Australian boss of BP has criticised efforts to establish a domestic gas reserve while offering a less-than-bullish view of the future of oil refining in Australia.
Peter Ker In a boost for the uranium sector, another prohibition is to be lifted.
Peter Ker AUSTRALIA'S struggling uranium sector has been given a timely boost, with yet another prohibition set to be lifted.
Peter Ker Suitor Hanlong may have the money to complete its $1.4 billion takeover of the iron ore aspirant.
Peter Ker It may well be the week that sorted the wheat from the chaff in Australia's iron ore industry.
Peter Ker Another 300 jobs to be shed from iron ore industry as Atlas joins in cuts.
Peter Ker Job cuts, project deferrals and salary reductions have hit the struggling iron ore miners in the mid-west region of WA.
Peter Ker Shares in Woodside Petroleum are rocketing after the company increased its production forecast for this year.
Peter Ker Newcrest has completed another underwhelming quarter, confirming today that four of its six mines produced less gold than in the three months to June.
Peter Ker Australia's high-cost, low-productivity economy will become untenable, BHP boss says.
Peter Ker Australia's poor productivity rates will be shown up by the coming era of lower commodity prices, according to BHP Billiton chief executive Marius Kloppers.
Peter Ker The changing face of BHP Billiton's focus has been reinforced today with a quarterly report that is dominated by the performance of the company's petroleum division.
Peter Ker FUNDING is not the only part of Gina Rinehart's Roy Hill iron ore project that is progressing slowly, with talks over a foreign worker deal still not fully resolved almost five months after they were...
Peter Ker IN THE 1993 film Groundhog Day, a television weatherman finds himself forced to live the same day over and over until he can break the spell.