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TNG has hit back against a group of disgruntled shareholders who have called for the removal of long-serving managing director Paul Burton and chairman John Elkington from the board.
BHP boss Mike Henry has underlined the mining giant’s determination to grow its presence in so-called future-facing commodities with a rejected $8.4 billion bid for OZ Minerals.
Sheffield Resources is on the verge of a final investment decision on its long-delayed Thunderbird mineral sands project in the Kimberley after securing a $US110 million project financing agreement with Orion.
Beach Energy has agreed on financial terms with oil and gas giant BP for the supply of LNG from its Waitsia joint venture gas project near Dongara.
Gold companies have historically dominated the annual Diggers and Dealers Mining Forum in the Australian capital of the precious metal, Kalgoorlie.
The boss of aspiring uranium miner Deep Yellow believes climate change, energy security and technological improvements have moved the dial for nuclear energy as a safe, low-emissions supplier of baseload power.
Rio Tinto is eyeing a move into renewable energy generation and supply to meet its own emissions reduction targets and capitalise on commercial opportunities as the world seeks to decarbonise.
Two lithium company bosses have called for a spot price index for the battery metal in its concentrate form to boost transparency, trust and investor confidence.
Lynas Rare Earths boss Amanda Lacaze says she is confident the company can deliver a $500 million expansion of its Mt Weld mine on time and budget despite surging inflation and WA’s tight labour market.
Chalice Mining boss Alex Dorsch has echoed calls for automakers to invest directly in early-stage explorers, insisting there will not be enough metals to meet the world’s decarbonisation goals.
IGO boss Peter Bradford says the company is eyeing a final investment decision on its push into the downstream processing of its nickel by mid-2024.
Develop Global boss Bill Beament says he has no interest in growing his mining and resources service company into a top 100 ASX-listed business.
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