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Mining & Resources
Peter Ker 12:15 AM In the battle of the big miners, analysts believe Rio Tinto's growth pipeline gives it an edge over BHP Billiton
Jesse Riseborough and Thomas Biesheuvel The mining industry's ability to cope with near record levels of debt is looking increasingly ugly to investors.
Beth Jinks Billionaire activist investor Carl Icahn disclosed a new activist stake in Freeport-McMoRan, the largest publicly traded copper producer.
Alessandro Vitelli Coal may drop below $US50 a metric ton this year as a supply glut combines with a slide in emerging market currencies.
Luzi Ann Javier Investors who stayed bullish on industrial metals are finally being rewarded for their optimism.
Peter Ker Glencore has paired with family owned coal miner Bloomfield Group to buy Vale's Integra mine.
Tess Ingram Rivals in the local gold space Northern Star Resources and Evolution Mining have booked twin underlying net profits for the full year of just over $100 million after seizing on structural changes in the sector to cut costs and pursue growth opportunities.
Benjamin Purvis and David Stringer The plunge in commodity prices is putting BHP Billiton's credit rating at risk as its earnings have been halved.
Peter Ker A contractor to some of Australia's biggest energy and mining companies was in financial distress on Wednesday.
Tess Ingram Pilbara iron ore producer BC Iron has scrapped dividend payments for the 2015 financial year after the volatile iron ore price pushed the miner to a net loss.
Angela Macdonald-Smith BHP Billiton has further ramped up its cost-reduction targets for its petroleum shale business in the US as it relentlessly drives to improve productivity in a gloomy oil price market.
Melissa Grant The birthplace of Queensland coalmining has declared it won't support new mine operations and expansions.
Peter Hannam Newcastle, home to the world's biggest coal export port, has voted to curb its links to banks backing the fossil fuel industry in a move described by a dissenting councillor as taking the city "back to the Stone Age".
Jasmine Ng and Jesse Riseborough Steel production in China will peak at less than 1 billion metric tons, according to a new forecast from BHP Billiton.
Peter Hannam Is this the "beginning of the end" for horse breeders in the Hunter Valley?
Peter Ker South32 chief executive Graham Kerr has warned the mining sector to expect more tough times ahead, with commodity prices expected to remain low for several years.
Tess Ingram Boart Longyear is on the hunt for a new chief executive after the departure of Richard O'Brien following a private equity-led recapitalisation of the mining services group.
Peter Hannam The Baird government has been accused of making a "reckless" decision to give conditional approval for a coal seam gas desalination plant one of its own agencies said could pose a "significant environment risk".