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Munkhnaran Bayar Jul 15
, here is some bad news -> Says mine Delays May Cost as Much as $1.9B
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The Share Centre 18h
. and benefit from rising iron prices. Both companies took a hit from severe weather, but are still expected to report strong profitability figures. Capital at risk.
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Rod Harrell Jul 11
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Natalia Lobanova Jul 16
said it will take longer and cost more than expected to finish building one of the world’s biggest mines via and
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Julian Dierkes Jul 15
More bad news from on : "cost blowouts much > than analysts had expected" "Some ... believe shortcomings in project mgt also contributed to cost & schedule blow outs." "Sustainable 1st production of mine could be up to 30 months late"
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tsomoohei Jul 16
warned of further delays of 16-30 months and increased costs of $1.2-$1.9b at its proj…
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CommSec Jul 15
Rio Tinto second quarter production results - Pilbara iron ore shipments of 85.4 million tonnes (100% basis) down 3% on second quarter of 2018. Shipments were impacted in April due to recovery works following Tropical Cyclone Veronica.
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Eric Johnston Jul 16
A look at today’s front page of The Australian Business Review.
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Denny Sabah Jul 16
🇲🇳 warns of up to $1.9Bn cost increase at Oyu Tolgoi copper mine. 💸💰⛏ So unlike ! They’re usually on time and on budget.
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kaikuland Jul 8
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Forum Energy Metals Corp Jul 16
𝐄𝐱𝐩𝐥𝐨𝐫𝐚𝐭𝐢𝐨𝐧 𝐔𝐩𝐝𝐚𝐭𝐞 is pleased to announce that its partner Rio Tinto Exploration Canada Inc has initiated an airborne magnetic survey over the Janice Lake sedimentary copper project
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Karun Mittal 👻 Jul 12
If exits thermal it may not recieve as much as , which raised $2.7b from the sale of similar assets. estimates BHP will get only $1.6b for despite having similar EBITDA to the mines Rio Tinto sold
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Karun Mittal 👻 Jul 16
's 2Q19 results slipped with Pilbara shipments down 3% to 85.4mt due to Cyclone . Iron ore and copper production fell respectively to 7% to 79.7mt and 13% to 137,100t
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Robert Barron, MCSI Jul 14
Companies reporting today:
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Dan McComb Jul 9
"Rio Tinto’s fly-in fly-out (FIFO) program has delivered strong economic benefits for regional towns in Western Australia through employment and high spending."
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MST Global Jul 11
Have you seen the Rio Tinto campaign showcasing how their products contribute to everyday lives?
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Tom Quinn® Jul 11
: Is Latest Giant Miner to Plan Exit From Thermal Coal sold final thermal coal assets last year
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Financial Review Jul 13
Rio's Argyle mine accounts for 90 per cent of global supply of the highly coveted pink diamonds
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Commodities Sphere Jul 12
Is ’s Icelandic smelter a bargain or a smart investment?
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