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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 1,867.40 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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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
19/9/2020
14:18
Copper ended the week a little higher and back on an upward trend. The orange metal is both in demand in China and also should be a key beneficiary of electrification and the end of the oil era, which is flavour of the month right now (though I suspect the call on oil is premature).
loganair
19/9/2020
10:37
Dividend Payment Date 22 September 2020
gibbs1
18/9/2020
17:28
Gold COMEX 1,961.70 +0.52% Silver COMEX 27.16 -0.35% Platinum NYMEX 935.90 -0.30% Copper COMEX 3.10 +0.57% Brent Crude Oil NYMEX 43.25 -0.12% Gasoline NYMEX 1.20 -0.27% Natural Gas NYMEX 2.61 +2.28% WT I41.1 USD +0.58% FTSE 100 6,007.05 -0.71% Dow Jones 27,888.44 -0.05% CAC 40 4,978.18 -1.22% SBF 120 3,939.83 -1.21% Euro STOXX 50 3,283.69 -1.12% DAX 13,116.25 -0.70% Ftse Mib 19,572.17 -0.85% Rio Tinto 5,007 +0.34% Bhp 1,768 +0.51% Anglo American 1,979 +0.51% Glencore 180.6 -2.38%
waldron
11/9/2020
17:20
Gold COMEX 1,957.40 +0.13% Silver COMEX 27.12 +0.28% Platinum NYMEX 940.00 +0.72% Copper COMEX 3.05 +1.67% Brent Crude Oil NYMEX 40.09 +0.80% Gasoline NYMEX 1.11 +1.81% Natural Gas NYMEX 2.74 -1.97% WTI 37.51 USD +0.70% FTSE 100 6,032.09 +0.48% Dow Jones 27,707.65 +0.63% CAC 40 5,034.14 +0.20% SBF 120 3,980.6 +0.13% Euro STOXX 50 3,315.81 +0.00% DAX 13,202.84 -0.05% Ftse Mib 19,830.6 +0.05% Rio Tinto 4,992 +4.35% Bhp 1,743.6 +2.14% Anglo American 1,945.6 +4.46% Glencore 182 +4.13%
waldron
11/9/2020
16:23
RBC CUTS BHP GROUP PRICE TARGET TO 2000 (2100) PENCE - 'OUTPERFORM'
waldron
08/9/2020
16:50
Dividend 55 US cents Exchange rate ' Dividend per ordinary per share share in local currency Australian cents___________ 0.728900_______ 75.456167 British pence_______________1.306150_______ 42.108487 New Zealand cents___________0.669330________82.171724 South African cents________16.842000_______926.310000 ---------------------- -------------- ------------------------- The dividend will be paid on 22 September 2020.
togglebrush
07/9/2020
17:35
Goldman’s ‘favorite̵7; commodity has been on a tear, and could have further to run Published Mon, Sep 7 20205:36 AM EDTUpdated 2 Hours Ago Elliot Smith @ElliotSmithCNBC Key Points Goldman Executive Director Jack O’Brien and his team attributed their optimism in part to a recovery in the autos and appliances sector, ongoing strength in the Chinese property market and the second-highest single-month credit issuance in China on record. Copper remains Goldman’s “favorite̶1; commodity on the basis of cyclical and structural support and ongoing supply issues, with Glencore and BHP the companies best positioned to benefit from rising copper prices, according to the bank. In assessing the supply outlook, Bank of America strategists noted Friday that copper mine supply had been in decline, while refined supply has increased. They suggested that this divergence is not sustainable, given the usual causal link between the two.
adrian j boris
07/9/2020
12:53
Https://www.hl.co.uk/news/articles/which-shares-could-help-combat-inflation
sarkasm
03/9/2020
10:31
BHP targets 50% reduction in emissions from Queensland coal mines by 2025 MiningCoalMajor Commodities By NS Energy Staff Writer 02 Sep 2020 As part of the plan, the company has signed a five-year PPA with Queensland’s clean energy retailer CleanCo industry-1752876_640 CleanCo will supply power from its low emissions portfolio. (Credit: Ralf Vetterle from Pixabay.) Australian mining major BHP is planning to reduce its emissions from electricity use at its coal mines in Queensland by 50% by the year 2025. The move to cut emissions is a part of the company’s effort to transition to renewable energy sources and gas. As part of the plan, the company has signed a five-year renewable power purchasing agreement with Queensland’s clean energy generator and retailer CleanCo. It is effective from 1 January 2021. BHP expects the agreement to help in reducing its emissions by 50% from electricity use in its Queensland operations, based on FY2020 levels. BHP Minerals Australia president Edgar Basto said: “This is an important step forward in BHP’s transition to more sustainable energy use across our portfolio, and a first for our Australian operations. It will diversify our energy supply, help to reduce our energy costs, and reduce BHP’s Australian Scope 2 emissions by 20 per cent from FY2020 levels. “This is a prime example of prudent business decisions going hand-in-hand with social value, strengthening our business and benefiting the community.” CleanCo to initially supply power from its low emissions portfolio The agreement will support the development of new solar and wind farms in Queensland. The projects include the Western Downs Green Power Hub, which is expected to come online in late 2022, and the Karara wind farm due for completion in early 2023. During the first two years of the deal, CleanCo will supply power from its low emissions portfolio, which includes hydro and gas generation assets. From late 2022, the firm will supply power from solar and wind projects. BHP Mitsubishi Alliance (BMA) asset president James Palmer said: “This contract will help our operations across Queensland to further increase their sustainability through reducing the greenhouse gas emissions we generate from electricity use by half. “It will also support two greenfield renewable projects that in turn are expected to generate regional jobs in Queensland.” Recently, Midland Base Metals has formed a strategic alliance with BHP subsidiary Rio Algom to fund the nickel exploration activities in northern Quebec, Canada.
adrian j boris
03/9/2020
10:30
BHP targets 50% reduction in emissions from Queensland coal mines by 2025 MiningCoalMajor Commodities By NS Energy Staff Writer 02 Sep 2020 As part of the plan, the company has signed a five-year PPA with Queensland’s clean energy retailer CleanCo industry-1752876_640 CleanCo will supply power from its low emissions portfolio. (Credit: Ralf Vetterle from Pixabay.) Australian mining major BHP is planning to reduce its emissions from electricity use at its coal mines in Queensland by 50% by the year 2025. The move to cut emissions is a part of the company’s effort to transition to renewable energy sources and gas. As part of the plan, the company has signed a five-year renewable power purchasing agreement with Queensland’s clean energy generator and retailer CleanCo. It is effective from 1 January 2021. BHP expects the agreement to help in reducing its emissions by 50% from electricity use in its Queensland operations, based on FY2020 levels. BHP Minerals Australia president Edgar Basto said: “This is an important step forward in BHP’s transition to more sustainable energy use across our portfolio, and a first for our Australian operations. It will diversify our energy supply, help to reduce our energy costs, and reduce BHP’s Australian Scope 2 emissions by 20 per cent from FY2020 levels. “This is a prime example of prudent business decisions going hand-in-hand with social value, strengthening our business and benefiting the community.” CleanCo to initially supply power from its low emissions portfolio The agreement will support the development of new solar and wind farms in Queensland. The projects include the Western Downs Green Power Hub, which is expected to come online in late 2022, and the Karara wind farm due for completion in early 2023. During the first two years of the deal, CleanCo will supply power from its low emissions portfolio, which includes hydro and gas generation assets. From late 2022, the firm will supply power from solar and wind projects. BHP Mitsubishi Alliance (BMA) asset president James Palmer said: “This contract will help our operations across Queensland to further increase their sustainability through reducing the greenhouse gas emissions we generate from electricity use by half. “It will also support two greenfield renewable projects that in turn are expected to generate regional jobs in Queensland.” Recently, Midland Base Metals has formed a strategic alliance with BHP subsidiary Rio Algom to fund the nickel exploration activities in northern Quebec, Canada.
adrian j boris
02/9/2020
19:49
BHP targets 50% reduction in emissions from Queensland coal mines by 2025 MiningCoalMajor Commodities By NS Energy Staff Writer 02 Sep 2020 As part of the plan, the company has signed a five-year PPA with Queensland’s clean energy retailer CleanCo industry-1752876_640 CleanCo will supply power from its low emissions portfolio. (Credit: Ralf Vetterle from Pixabay.) Australian mining major BHP is planning to reduce its emissions from electricity use at its coal mines in Queensland by 50% by the year 2025. The move to cut emissions is a part of the company’s effort to transition to renewable energy sources and gas. As part of the plan, the company has signed a five-year renewable power purchasing agreement with Queensland’s clean energy generator and retailer CleanCo. It is effective from 1 January 2021. BHP expects the agreement to help in reducing its emissions by 50% from electricity use in its Queensland operations, based on FY2020 levels. BHP Minerals Australia president Edgar Basto said: “This is an important step forward in BHP’s transition to more sustainable energy use across our portfolio, and a first for our Australian operations. It will diversify our energy supply, help to reduce our energy costs, and reduce BHP’s Australian Scope 2 emissions by 20 per cent from FY2020 levels. “This is a prime example of prudent business decisions going hand-in-hand with social value, strengthening our business and benefiting the community.” CleanCo to initially supply power from its low emissions portfolio The agreement will support the development of new solar and wind farms in Queensland. The projects include the Western Downs Green Power Hub, which is expected to come online in late 2022, and the Karara wind farm due for completion in early 2023. During the first two years of the deal, CleanCo will supply power from its low emissions portfolio, which includes hydro and gas generation assets. From late 2022, the firm will supply power from solar and wind projects. BHP Mitsubishi Alliance (BMA) asset president James Palmer said: “This contract will help our operations across Queensland to further increase their sustainability through reducing the greenhouse gas emissions we generate from electricity use by half. “It will also support two greenfield renewable projects that in turn are expected to generate regional jobs in Queensland.” Recently, Midland Base Metals has formed a strategic alliance with BHP subsidiary Rio Algom to fund the nickel exploration activities in northern Quebec, Canada.
la forge
30/8/2020
08:31
Https://oilprice.com/The-Environment/Global-Warming/Mining-Giant-BHP-Commits-To-Carbon-Neutrality-By-2050.html
sarkasm
28/8/2020
17:44
Gold COMEX 1,979.60 +2.24% Silver COMEX 27.87 +2.28% Platinum NYMEX 943.80 +1.05% Copper COMEX 3.02 +0.97% Brent Crude Oil NYMEX 45.76 +0.26% Gasoline NYMEX 1.24 +2.15% Natural Gas NYMEX 2.67 -1.33% WTI 43.008 USD +0.31% FTSE 100 5,963.57 -0.61% Dow Jones 28,590.06 +0.34% CAC 40 5,002.94 -0.26% SBF 120 3,958.23 -0.20% Euro STOXX 50 3,315.54 -0.41% DAX 13,033.2 -0.48% Ftse Mib 19,862.38 +0.08% Rio Tinto 4,635 +0.55% Bhp 1,712.8 +0.59% Anglo American 1,832.6 +1.60% Glencore 169.18 +0.85%
waldron
22/8/2020
08:05
sarkasm 21 Aug '20 - 08:41 - 2535 of 2538 0 5 0 Https://www.nhc.noaa.gov/ NOAA United States Department of Commerce NATIONAL HURRICANE CENTER and CENTRAL PACIFIC HURRICANE CENTER Nothin to report at present What a difference a day makes LAURA AND MARCO ARE ON THEIR WAY
gibbs1
21/8/2020
17:19
Gold COMEX 1,947.30 -0.42% Silver COMEX 26.82 -1.96% Platinum NYMEX 923.10 -0.82% Copper COMEX 2.92 -1.77% Brent Crude Oil NYMEX 43.68 -2.72% Gasoline NYMEX 1.19 -3.10% Natural Gas NYMEX 2.51 +0.48% WTI 41.541 USD -3.16% FTSE 100 6,001.89 -0.19% Dow Jones 27,805.4 +0.24% CAC 40 4,896.33 -0.30% SBF 120 3,878.27 -0.24% Euro STOXX 50 3,259.75 -0.50% DAX 12,764.8 -0.51% Ftse Mib 19,693.04 -0.37% Rio Tinto 4,686 +0.47% Bhp 1,723.6 -0.37% Anglo American 1,857.8 -0.23% Glencore 168.34 -0.26%
waldron
21/8/2020
09:55
BHP sees plenty of LNG supply till mid-2020s August 21, 2020 Company News, Government, Infrastructure, Natural Gas, News, World 0 Australia’s resources company BHP expects ample global liquefied natural gas (LNG) supply until mid-2020s, with considerable overflow from Asia to Europe at times. “Despite the strong LNG demand growth that we project, current and committed capacity is likely to amply supply the market until the middle of this decade,” BHP said this week. The mining group said in its “generally constructive” outlook that new liquefaction projects will be required beyond the mid-2020s, Kallanish Energy reports. A large amount of additional capacity has entered the market recently, with the overflow from incomplete ramp-ups influencing fundamentals in 2020. The global LNG market was already facing a supply glut even before the “Great lockdown” and prices collapsed on the double whammy. Yet, the actual production of these new and upcoming facilities will be lower than their nameplate capacity. BHP sees these slower ramp-ups as “a sensible response to the deeply oversupplied market.” In the Jan-June period, the Japan-Korea Marker (JMC) benchmark for Asian LNG prices averaged $2.89 per million British thermal units (MmBtu) DES Japan. This is 45% lower than the prior six months, with the price ranging from $1.83 to $5.35/MmBtu. The outlook for price and demand growth are highly tied to “key uncertainties” such as the Chinese energy mix policies and the scale of competing supply of indigenous and pipeline gas; investments level in Indian new gas infrastructure; timing and scale of nuclear restarts in Japan; and energy mix policies in South Korea. BHP also expects the amount of Russian pipeline gas supplied to Europe to represent a “swing factor” in the outlook. “In the longer term, we see LNG as a commodity that has an opportunity to operate under inducement economics, at times, given the combination of systematic base decline and an attractive demand trajectory,” the group said. It added that the global gas market “is big and getting bigger” – and the LNG share of the market could almost double to around one-fifth by 2050. But BHP said only assets that are advantaged by proximity to existing infrastructure, or customers, or both, are attractive to the company.
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