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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Bhp Group Plc LSE:BHP London Ordinary Share GB00BH0P3Z91 ORD $0.50
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -94.40 -4.8% 1,873.80 1,867.20 1,868.00 1,957.20 1,855.80 1,956.80 23,046,139 16:35:21
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 43,970.7 17,786.5 161.6 11.5 39,576

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24/7/2020
16:13
NGC, BHP complete negotiations of gas sales agreement for Ruby Field Oil & GasUpstreamField Development By NS Energy Staff Writer 23 Jul 2020 The Ruby project will comprise five development wells and one platform producing from the Ruby and Delaware fields in Block 3(a) 2020-07-21_media-release_ngc-bhp-ruby_photo-02-1024x640 NGC, BHP complete negotiations of gas sales agreement for Ruby Field. (Credit: The National Gas Company of Trinidad and Tobago Limited) The National Gas Company of Trinidad and Tobago Limited (NGC) and BHP are pleased to announce the successful completion of negotiations of a Gas Sales Agreement for the Ruby Field. Ruby is located in Block 3(a), off the east coast of Trinidad, and is expected to be commissioned in the fourth quarter of 2021. This is just one step that both NGC and BHP have taken to secure gas supply by continuing to invest in upstream gas development projects. BHP is the operator of the block, with NGC, through its subsidiary NGC E&P (Netherlands) B.V., and Heritage Petroleum Company Limited, as partners. This project was sanctioned by BHP in August 2019, culminating from decisions taken after gathering and analysing data acquired during exploration and appraisal drilling, and state-of-the-art ocean bottom node seismic surveying. The Ruby project will comprise five development wells and one platform producing from the Ruby and Delaware fields in Block 3(a). Production from this Block will tie-in to adjacent infrastructure in Block 2(c) resulting in synergies for both blocks. The Ruby project’s expected production is 16,000 barrels per day of crude oil along with 85 MMscfd of gas production. To put this into perspective, the latter is sufficient to supply a large-scale ammonia or methanol plant which would normally use between 40 to 100 MMscfd depending on the plant’s output. Source: Company Press Release
waldron
22/7/2020
17:24
Https://markets.businessinsider.com/commodities/iron-ore-price Iron Ore105.59 + 0.98 +0.93% SUSPECT INFO Seems tobe yesterdays Gold COMEX 1,864.00 +1.13% Silver COMEX 22.68 +4.42% Platinum NYMEX 952.90 +3.84% Copper COMEX 2.92 -1.22% Brent Crude Oil NYMEX 43.87 -0.18% Gasoline NYMEX 1.26 -0.36% Natural Gas NYMEX 1.70 -0.23% WTI 41.425 USD -0.26% FTSE 100 6,207.1 -1.00% Dow Jones 26,907.36 +0.25% CAC 40 5,037.12 -1.32% SBF 120 3,973.19 -1.16% Euro STOXX 50 3,370.76 -1.01% DAX 13,104.25 -0.51% Ftse Mib 20,586.09 -0.66% Rio Tinto 4,820 -0.52% Bhp 1,735.2 -0.90% Anglo American 1,939.6 -0.49% Glencore 178.82 -2.25%
waldron
22/7/2020
11:16
Silver’s had a cracking run – what happens now? On the supply side, you will constantly hear warnings (usually from silver-mining companies) of a looming supply shortage. Pure silver plays are rare – silver is mostly produced as a by-product of mining for other metals, especially zinc. I think the world’s largest silver producer is BHP Billiton, and you have to look really hard if you want to find silver on its inventory. hTtps://moneyweek.com/investments/commodities/silver-and-other-precious-metals/601707/silver-price-boom-or-bust?utm_campaign=money-morning-newsletter&utm_medium=email&utm_source=newsletter
loganair
21/7/2020
17:44
Https://markets.businessinsider.com/commodities/iron-ore-price Iron Ore 105.59 +0.98 +0.93% Gold COMEX 1,841.00 +1.21% Silver COMEX 21.42 +6.06% Platinum NYMEX 913.80 +5.94% Copper COMEX 2.95 +1.15% Brent Crude Oil NYMEX 44.44 +2.82% Gasoline NYMEX 1.26 +3.81% Natural Gas NYMEX 1.70 +1.07% WTI 41.885 USD +2.65% Rio Tinto 4,845 -2.31% Bhp 1,751 -2.61% Anglo American 1,949.2 -0.72% Glencore 182.94 -0.22%
waldron
21/7/2020
10:32
Sounds good to me same goes for Glencore loganair 21 Jul '20 - 10:09 - 703 of 703 0 1 0 Personally I think the best way forward is for BHP to spin off their coal mines as a separated listed company which would then become like the tobacco companies, very little growth while very cash generative therefore paying solid high dividends.
florenceorbis
21/7/2020
10:09
2 years ago I was posting I would like to see BHP sell it's coal assets as soon as possible because if they did not these mines may become stranded assets and to double its Copper and Nickle assets which are the future of EVs and also the likes of wind turbines use a huge amount of copper. Personally I think the best way forward is for BHP to spin off their coal mines as a separated listed company which would then become like the tobacco companies, very little growth while very cash generative therefore paying solid high dividends.
loganair
21/7/2020
09:59
Stuck With Coal Pits the World Needs, But Few Want: The Mt Arthur coal mine in Australia is one of the world’s best. It’s got plenty of reserves and the low-cost supplies produced there are easily shipped to Southeast Asia, where there’s insatiable appetite for the fuel. Yet owner BHP Group has a problem: It’s struggling to find a buyer willing to pay the right price. The world’s biggest mining company’s unsuccessful effort over the past year to offload the asset highlights the predicament producers are in. To bow to mounting investor pressure to exit the most polluting fuel, BHP may need to sell a profitable mine for much less than it believes it’s worth. Activists have for years said that miners could face a cliff-edge moment by holding onto assets for too long -- and that now seems to be happening in thermal coal. While the mines generate plenty of cash and will have customers for years to come, investors increasingly don’t want to hold shares in companies digging the fuel, which accounts for about 30% of carbon emissions. What’s happening in coal may be a warning to other mining and oil and gas companies about how quickly assets can drop in value as investors rally behind the Paris climate accord. It also presents a risk for resource companies that invest in projects based on the coming decades, rather than years. Coal-asset values have collapsed quickly. Rio Tinto Group sold its last coal mines for almost $4 billion just two years ago amid strong interest from big miners and private equity groups. Now rivals BHP and Anglo American Plc risk paying the price of waiting too long. But major miners realize their earnings from coal will ultimately be outweighed by the risk of too many investors dumping their stock. Even Glencore Plc, one of the staunchest defenders of the fuel, agreed to cap output and plans to separate the business should it spook too many shareholders. There are signs the pool of potential buyers of thermal coal mines is shrinking. BHP rejected early offers from parties including Yancoal Australia Ltd. and Adani Group’s local unit for Mt Arthur that missed its own valuation, Bloomberg reported this week. Anglo American has decided it would be better to spin off its South African coal business rather than finding a buyer with enough cash. “Who else is going to buy a massive thermal coal mine at this point in time? Is any other mining house going to come in, I doubt it,” said Tim Buckley, a Sydney-based director of energy finance studies at the Institute for Energy Economics and Financial Analysis. “Private equity is unfortunately the only answer.” Writing Down: Colombia’s giant Cerrejon mine shows how tough it may be to offload assets. Owned by Glencore, Anglo and BHP, it mainly ships coal to Europe, where the market has been hit by cheap gas prices. Glencore has already written down the asset by $435 million and there are few obvious buyers for such a mine. With thermal-coal asset values dropping so heavily in recent years, there’s potentially not much more room for prices to drop, said Nick Stansbury, head of commodity research at Legal & General Investment Management, which manages more than 1.2 trillion pounds ($1.5 trillion) of assets. Still, it might make more sense to sell them for less than they’re worth, rather than face investor backlash for holding onto them. More shareholders “are adopting policies that say ‘I don’t want to own companies that produce thermal coal, it is so unaligned with Paris, it is so inconsistent with my investment values,’”; Stansbury said. “Companies that aren’t Paris aligned are going to be increasingly bad investments, not because the cash flows are at risk, but because the cost of capital is going up.” Glencore billionaire CEO Ivan Glasenberg agreed to cap production to “still have investors.” The company’s management is also prepared to spin off its coal unit should it start to detract from the value placed on its other mines, according to people familiar with the matter, who asked not to be identified as the matter is private. That would allow it to focus on mining copper, cobalt and nickel, which are seen essential to green technologies. “Unlike oil and gas, Big Mining does not require complete reinvention,” Deutsche Bank AG said in a note. “In-house energy transition opportunities are available, but M&A would help to improve the opportunity set for some of the companies.” Still, investor attitudes can change quickly. Two years ago, Anglo American said investors supported the view that the company was best positioned to keep running coal mines the world needs, with local communities set to benefit from better access to health care, water and non-mining related jobs. Now, investors increasingly disagree. “For us, our thermal coal assets are high quality and well located, but they are our shortest life assets on average, so it’s a rational economic decision and our likely exit is via a demerger,” Anglo’s Cutifani said. “But simply selling assets is not necessarily the best decision for the planet. That’s the reality.”
loganair
21/7/2020
09:39
TOP NEWS: BHP Falls Short Of Annual Petroleum Target But Hits Others Tue, 21st Jul 2020 05:45 Alliance News (Alliance News) - BHP Group PLC on Tuesday said annual petroleum production was marginally short of guidance, with lower gas demand due to Covid-19, but it met its targets for iron ore and metallurgical coal among others. As the company had to temporarily suspend operations at Antamina and Cerrejon during the year, production for both was below guidance although the two operations are now ramping back up. Petroleum production for its financial year ended June 30 was 109 million barrels of oil equivalent, a 10% drop from 2019. Guidance was for the bottom end of between 110 million and 116 million barrels of oil equivalent. Copper production was 2% ahead of 2019, at 1.7 million tonnes. The company placed its copper production guidance under review in April but managed to meet the pre-review level of between 1.7 million and 1.8 million tonnes. Iron ore production was 248 million tonnes, up 4% from 2019 and within the target range of between 242 million and 253 million tonnes. Metallurgical coal production was down 3% year-on-year but just met the target of between 42 million and 45 million tonnes. Energy coal production fell 16% from 2019 to 23 million tonnes. Nickel production was down 8% at 80,000 tonnes. For financial 2021, BHP is guiding for petroleum production of between 96 million and 102 million barrels of oil equivalent, copper production of between 1.5 million and 1.6 million tonnes, and iron ore production of between 244 million and 253 million tonnes. Its metallurgical coal forecast is for between 40 million and 44 million tonnes, with energy coal at between 22 million and 24 million tonnes. Nickel production is expected to be between 85,000 and 95,000 tonnes. Chief Executive Mike Henry said: "Our diversified portfolio and high quality assets, together with our strong balance sheet, make us resilient to the ongoing uncertainty in the markets for our commodities. We expect to continue to generate solid cash flow through the cycle and we remain confident in the outlook for demand for our products over the medium to long-term. We continue to focus on becoming even safer, delivering exceptional operational performance, maintaining disciplined capital allocation, creating and securing more options in future facing commodities and building social value. We have learned new ways of working, both internally and with others, through the Covid-19 pandemic. We will seek to embed these in a way that helps to reinforce these priorities." By Anna Farley; annafarley@alliancenews.com
florenceorbis
21/7/2020
08:12
Frank Prenesti Sharecast News 21 Jul, 2020 07:25 BHP iron ore shipments rise on China demand BHP Group reported a 7% rise in fourth-quarter iron ore output, but warned the resurgence of coronavirus outbreaks threatened the short-term demand outlook for its main commodities. The Australia-based mining giant met guidance for iron ore production of a record 67m tonnes for the quarter, up 4%, and 248m tonnes for the financial year, driven by strong Chinese demand. BHP widened 2021 guidance across commodities, including 2% each way for iron ore to 244 – 253 million tonnes for FY 2021. There was a weaker performance in its oil and gas business, with petroleum production falling 10% to 109m barrels of oil equivalent, falling short of the company's forecasts of 110m barrels.
florenceorbis
21/7/2020
07:03
Operational report 21 Jul in PDF format ' https://www.bhp.com/-/media/documents/media/reports-and-presentations/2020/200721_bhpoperationalreviewfortheyearended30june2020.pdf?la=en
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20/7/2020
18:09
Https://markets.businessinsider.com/commodities/iron-ore-price Iron Ore 105.59 +0.98(+0.93%) Gold COMEX 1,817.00 +0.39% Silver COMEX 20.18 +2.08% Platinum NYMEX 855.80 +0.73% Copper COMEX 2.92 +0.53% Brent Crude Oil NYMEX 43.13 -0.02% Gasoline NYMEX 1.21 +0.15% Natural Gas NYMEX 1.67 -5.27% WTI 40.57 USD -0.02% FTSE 100 6,261.52 -0.46% Dow Jones 26,630.45 -0.16% CAC 40 5,093.18 +0.47% SBF 120 4,010.46 +0.51% Euro STOXX 50 3,388.34 +0.62% DAX 13,046.92 +0.99% Ftse Mib 20,647.79 +1.12% Rio Tinto 4,959.5 +0.37% Bhp 1,798 -0.08% Anglo American 1,963.4 +0.21% Glencore 183.34 -0.26%
waldron
17/7/2020
17:16
Https://markets.businessinsider.com/commodities/iron-ore-price Iron Ore 105.59 +0.98(+0.93%) Gold COMEX 1,812.20 +0.86% Silver COMEX 19.75 +0.88% Platinum NYMEX 850.70 +2.30% Copper COMEX 2.91 +0.45% Brent Crude Oil NYMEX 43.24 -0.16% Gasoline NYMEX 1.20 -1.23% Natural Gas NYMEX 1.78 -0.17% WTI 40.52 USD -0.63% FTSE 100 6,290.3 +0.63% Dow Jones 26,668.75 -0.25% CAC 40 5,069.42 -0.31% SBF 120 3,989.92 -0.39% Euro STOXX 50 3,365.6 -0.03% DAX 12,919.61 +0.35% Ftse Mib 20,396.77 +0.20% Rio Tinto 4,941 +2.45% Bhp 1,799.4 +2.86% Anglo American 1,959.2 +1.48% Glencore 183.82 +1.11%
waldron
16/7/2020
17:16
Https://markets.businessinsider.com/commodities/iron-ore-price Iron Ore 105.59 +0.98( +0.93%) Gold COMEX 1,808.00 -0.27% Silver COMEX 19.75 -0.30% Platinum NYMEX 842.20 -0.27% Copper COMEX 2.90 +0.61% Brent Crude Oil NYMEX 43.61 -0.05% Gasoline NYMEX 1.22 -1.82% Natural Gas NYMEX 1.80 -1.43% (WTI) 41.015 USD +0.12% FTSE 100 6,250.69 -0.67% Dow Jones 26,728.52 -0.53% CAC 40 5,085.28 -0.46% SBF 120 4,005.41 -0.34% Euro STOXX 50 3,365.35 -0.57% DAX 12,874.97 -0.43% Ftse Mib 20,368.7 +0.43% Rio Tinto 4,823 -0.44% Bhp 1,749.4 -0.62% Anglo American 1,930.6 -1.17% Glencore 181.8 -0.50%
waldron
16/7/2020
16:04
Https://www.cnbc.com/2020/07/16/mining-looks-to-electric-autonomous-vehicles-to-improve-efficiency.html
waldron
15/7/2020
17:14
Https://markets.businessinsider.com/commodities/iron-ore-price Iron Ore 105.59 +0.98 (+0.93%) Gold COMEX 1,814.80 +0.10% Silver COMEX 19.72 +0.41% Platinum NYMEX 843.10 -0.33% Copper COMEX 2.88 -1.72% Brent Crude Oil NYMEX 43.28 +0.09% Gasoline NYMEX 1.23 -2.09% Natural Gas NYMEX 1.77 -0.84% WTI 40.61 USD +0.28% FTSE 100 6,292.65 +1.83% Dow Jones 26,697.2 +0.20% CAC 40 5,108.98 +2.03% SBF 120 4,018.99 +1.96% Euro STOXX 50 3,378.21 +2.00% DAX 12,930.98 +1.84% Ftse Mib 20,308.22 +2.16% Rio Tinto 4,844.5 +0.41% Bhp 1,760.4 +2.49% Anglo American 1,953.4 -0.71% Glencore 182.72 +1.75%
waldron
15/7/2020
10:59
BHP JP Morgan Cazenove Overweight up from 1,830.00 to 1,950.00 Reiterates
gibbs1
15/7/2020
10:29
BHP Goldman Sachs Buy up from 1,780.00 to 1,850.00 Reiterates
gibbs1
14/7/2020
16:48
Https://markets.businessinsider.com/commodities/iron-ore-price Iron Ore 105.59 +0.98(0.93%) Gold COMEX 1,812.90 +0.44% Silver COMEX 19.58 -1.08% Platinum NYMEX 835.00 -1.29% Copper COMEX 2.93 -0.90% Brent Crude Oil NYMEX 43.10 +2.06% Gasoline NYMEX 1.25 -2.63% Natural Gas NYMEX 1.80 +0.78% WTI 40.425 USD +2.21% FTSE 100 6,179.75 +0.06% Dow Jones 26,367.9 +1.08% CAC 40 5,007.46 -0.96% SBF 120 3,941.57 -0.96% Euro STOXX 50 3,312.06 -1.22% DAX 12,697.36 -0.80% Ftse Mib 19,865.77 -0.69% Rio Tinto 4,824.5 +1.36% Bhp 1,717.6 +0.76% Anglo American 1,967.4 -0.04% Glencore 179.58 +0.66%
waldron
14/7/2020
08:08
BHP Deutsche Bank Hold 1,650.00 - Reiterates
florenceorbis
13/7/2020
17:09
Https://markets.businessinsider.com/commodities/iron-ore-price Iron Ore 105.59 +0.98(0.93%) Gold COMEX 1,811.80 +0.55% Silver COMEX 19.67 +3.24% Platinum NYMEX 865.40 +2.31% Copper COMEX 2.96 +2.30% Brent Crude Oil NYMEX 43.28 +0.09% Gasoline NYMEX 1.28 +0.01% Natural Gas NYMEX 1.81 -2.11% WTI 40.545 USD +1.07% FTSE 100 6,176.19 +1.33% Dow Jones 26,475.77 +1.54% CAC 40 5,056.23 +1.73% SBF 120 3,979.78 +1.66% Euro STOXX 50 3,350 +1.70% DAX 12,799.97 +1.32% Ftse Mib 20,014.74 +1.25% Rio Tinto 4,760 +3.12% Bhp 1,704.6 +2.39% Anglo American 1,968.2 +2.24% Glencore 178.4 +1.72%
waldron
10/7/2020
16:52
Https://markets.businessinsider.com/commodities/iron-ore-price Iron Ore 105.59 +0.98(+0.93%) Gold COMEX 1,802.10 -0.31% Silver COMEX 19.08 +0.60% Platinum NYMEX 852.60 -0.02% Copper COMEX 2.89 +1.97% Brent Crude Oil NYMEX 42.99 +1.51% Gasoline NYMEX 1.25 +1.79% Natural Gas NYMEX 1.86 +2.37% WTI 40.18 USD +1.45% FTSE 100 6,095.41 +0.76% Dow Jones 25,909.21 +0.79% CAC 40 4,970.48 +1.01% SBF 120 3,914.62 +1.03% Euro STOXX 50 3,296.22 +1.00% DAX 12,633.71 +1.15% Ftse Mib 19,754.71 +1.28% Rio Tinto 4,616 +0.09% Bhp 1,664.8 +0.25% Anglo American 1,925 +2.14% Glencore 175.38 +1.07%
waldron
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