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Mining & Resources
Peter Ker 9:16 PM Caltex will find it easier to release franking credits to shareholders now that its United States-based 50 per cent shareholder has exited the register.
Peter Ker Rio Tinto's continuing ongoing austerity campaign is set to force departures from its mergers and acquisitions and business development areas.
US energy giant Chevron is looking to sell its 50 per cent stake in Caltex Australia.
Anjuli Davies and Silvia Antonioli Rio Tinto will cut jobs in M&A and business development to cut costs as it battles falling commodity prices.
Iron ore futures in China and Singapore slid about 4 per cent on Friday, pressured by worries global producers would continue to lift supply in a glut-hit market.
Peter Hannam and Lisa Cox The Abbott government has proposed a major concession to the heavy-polluting electricity industry in its Direct Action climate change policy by exempting individual companies from caps on emissions.
Tess Ingram Evolution Mining has confirmed it is in talks with La Mancha Resources over the potential purchase of its West Australian gold assets.
Mining billionaire Gina Rinehart has stepped up her criticism of governments for imposing too many costs on the mining sector amid a commodity price downturn.
Peter Ker and Tess Ingram Fortescue Metals Group chairman Andrew Forrest's has earned widespread ridicule from big mining bosses over his call for an Australian iron ore cartel as Chinese Steel officials dismissed the idea as unworkable.
Amanda Saunders Competition lawyers say it will be very difficult for the watchdog to prosecute Mr Forrest over his offer to put a cap on Fortescue's production if others would do the same
Lisa Cox, Mark Kenny The Abbott government has again put itself on a collision course with US President Barack Obama, this time over government funding for coal-fired power plants.
James Paton High oil prices spurred mining companies to look at renewable energy to cut their diesel fuel bills. With crude plunging, it's a different story today.
Angela Macdonald-Smith Santos has reported a "significant" oil discovery in its deep-water exploration campaign in Malaysia.
Tess Ingram and Lisa Murray The ACCC will "look closely" into Andrew Forrest's call on the world's largest iron ore miners to cap production at current levels to stop the price rout.
Henning Gloystein Australian physical coal prices have fallen to levels not seen since before the global financial crisis as Chinese demand suffers from slower economic growth and new environmental rules, with analysts predicting the market could slump further.
Lisa Murray Andrew "Twiggy" Forrest has called on the world's big iron ore companies to announce publicly a cap on production in a bid to arrest declining prices, which have slumped more than 50 per cent over the past year.
Angela Macdonald-Smith Japanese oil and gas producer Inpex Corporation has written down the value of its Kitan oil field in the Timor Sea after the plunge in crude oil price.
Peter Hannam Martin Ferguson, a former trade union chief and resources minister in the Rudd-Gillard Labor governments, says he has no plans to exit Labor, despite attacking his party’s coal seam gas policies in NSW.
Peter Ker Citic Limited has posted more impairments on its Sino Iron project in Australia
Peter Hannam Horse breeders and wine and tourism groups want permanent protections to be passed within 100 days of the new parliament.