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BHP Bhp Group Limited

8.00 (0.32%)
08 Dec 2023 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Bhp Group Limited LSE:BHP London Ordinary Share AU000000BHP4 ORD NPV (DI)
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  8.00 0.32% 2,493.00 2,491.00 2,493.00 2,519.50 2,473.00 2,496.00 955,662 16:35:27
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Crude Petroleum & Natural Gs 54.19B 12.92B 2.5513 12.33 159.28B

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perhaps too early G

There surely would be RNS

waldron - Do you know if a date has been set yet, as to when we will hear about how many Woodside shares we will get?
21 April 2022, 8:30 AM Melbourne time (approximate)

BHP Operational Review
For the nine months ended 31 March 2022

Next dividend

Ex-div date 24 February 2022 (Thu)

Payment Date 28 March 2022

ExxonMobil, BHP to invest $291m to further develop Kipper gas field

Oil & GasUpstreamField Development

By NS Energy Staff Writer 18 Mar 2022

According to ExxonMobil, the latest gas development project in the Gippsland Basin is aimed at securing an additional 200PJ of gas between 2023 and 2027 to deliver critical gas supplies to help Australian southern states prevent winter supply risks predicted in the Australian Energy Market Operator’s 2021 Gas Statement of Opportunities

The Kipper gas field is part of the Gippsland Basin joint venture between ExxonMobil and BHP subsidiaries. (Credit: ExxonMobil Australia)

ExxonMobil’s subsidiary Esso Australia has made a final investment decision (FID) to develop additional gas from the Kipper field in the offshore part of the Gippsland Basin in Australia with an estimated investment of A$400m ($291m).

Esso Australia is the operator of the 50:50 Gippsland Basin joint venture between Esso Australia Resources and BHP Petroleum (Bass Strait).

According to ExxonMobil, the latest gas development project at the Kipper field is aimed at securing an additional 200 petajoules (PJ) of gas between 2023 and 2027 for the domestic market in Australia. Nearly 30PJ of that is expected to be brought into production next year.

The volume will deliver critical gas supplies to help Australian southern states prevent winter supply risks that were forecast in the Australian Energy Market Operator’s 2021 Gas Statement of Opportunities.

Esso Australia is also taking forward funding decisions to streamline production from the Turrum field, which is another producing asset of the Gippsland Basin JV.

ExxonMobil Australia chair Dylan Pugh said: “Natural gas has an increasingly important role in meeting demand for cleaner fuel, lowering GHG emissions in the power sector and supporting higher penetration of renewables by maintaining reliability, resilience and stability of the grid.

“Our ongoing investment and commitment to supplying Australian customers means that the Gippsland Basin remains the largest single source of natural gas for Australia’s east coast.”

“There is still plenty of gas remaining in Bass Strait and we are working hard to unlock its full value. More investment will be required for Victoria to maintain its reliable supply of natural gas, especially during winter.”

Last year, Esso Australia had started production from the A$400m ($291m) West Barracouta gas project in the Gippsland Basin.

Recently, the company had unveiled plans to capture and reuse carbon dioxide (CO2) generated from its Gippsland Basin operations.

As part of this, the company has engaged Air Liquide, which has started the construction of a new facility for capturing and reusing CO2 from the gas produced in the basin.

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I suppose if it bothers anyone so much, they can always sell their shares and reinvest elsewhere.
I'm still glad they made this donation in this instance though.

Of course you have that right

but its not a question of buy,sell or hold, thats too short sighted in my opinion

I was just pointing out there were far more good causes to be first in line, being that this is not the only warzone sending refugees towards western europe

Must admit now its a warzone too close for comfort

I suppose if it bothers anyone so much, they can always sell their shares and reinvest elsewhere.I'm still glad they made this donation in this instance though.
That's the trouble with any form of charity or aid. If you give to one, then others will expect it.
i appreciate your sentiment Gateside but did they give donations to other causes that
have been media biased

I don't like companies making political donations either. But this is a humanitarian disaster on a massive scale and am glad that BHP have made this donation in this instance.
I fully agree!
I don't like it when companies make donations to politicised charities personally. This is the new brand of woke stakeholder capitalism that Schwab and his WEF buddies are pushing with the Great Reset. These big unelected multinationals will have increasing political power to swing events globally and I don't like that idea. It's one thing to contribute to a natural disaster but to openly take sides in a conflict with many years of history is, I think, a dangerous precedent.
Some good news

BHP Foundation Ukraine donation

As the world is witness to the daily heartbreaking scenes of devastation in Ukraine, our thoughts are with all Ukrainian people, everywhere.

The BHP Foundation today announced a US$5million suite of donations to support the humanitarian needs of Ukrainians remaining in Ukraine, as well as those seeking refuge in neighboring countries to escape the shocking events unfolding in their country.

The Foundation will donate US$2million to the United Nations High Commission for Refugees’ (UNHCR) coordinated response to provide shelter, food and access to medical care for the 4 million Ukrainian refugees expected to seek refuge from the conflict in neighbouring countries in coming months.

The Foundation will also donate US$2million to the United Nations Ukraine Humanitarian Fund (UHF) to support Ukrainian civilians remaining in Ukraine, including those living under life threatening conditions. This will enable people to access the food, clothing, medical supplies and cash transfers they need to survive.

As the global community responds in many ways to the crisis in Ukraine, maintaining functional governance and social cohesion will be critical. The Foundation will allocate a further US$1million to initiatives seeking to sustain governance and unity in the affected region in collaboration with governments and civil society organizations.

“Our hearts and thoughts are with people of Ukraine as every tragic day unfolds. We will do what we can to support Ukrainians through this time of unimaginable hardship and pain.” said James Ensor, Chief Executive BHP Foundation.

Next dividend

Ex-div date 24 February 2022 (Thu)

Payment Date 28 March 2022

egg, as per the header

Thanks! I forgot about that website - it's a very good one too.

Cheers - happy week-end!

Ex div 24/02 pay date 28/03 according to dividendmax
What's the situation with the interim divi?
Half year results announced on 15th Feb mention 'record $1.50' but I can't see an ex-div date!

Bit of a juggernaut this one. Was lucky to get in at 24 when it had the jitters from the London delisting. Since then gone from strength to strength even more than RIO.
As this is no longer on the FTSE - does that mean that there is no longer any Stamp Duty to pay when you purchase shares?
That is correct, Gateside.

BHP is not in any index, however it is still listed on the FTSE and not Aim therefore I would say Stamp Duty is payable.
As this is no longer on the FTSE - does that mean that there is no longer any Stamp Duty to pay when you purchase shares?
Seems to be OZ IN MY VIEW especially for certain miners
does anyone who follows BHP more than I do know if OZ or UK is lead MARKET ,ie , does OZ follow UK lead all things being equal ??. I bought in opening auctio and sold here in UK earlier based on OZ closing price - sold a bit early as usual at 2751 ! :)
Filo Mining Corp. shares rose in early trading on Monday after it said that mining giant BHP Group Ltd. will invest 100 million Canadian dollars, roughly US$78.7 million, in the company.

At 9:36 a.m. ET, shares were up 7.6% at C$15.38.

The Canadian mining company said that it will issue 6.3 million shares at a price of C$15.95 apiece. On Friday, the stock closed at C$14.30.

At the closing of the private placement, BHP will own around 5% of Filo Mining's issued and outstanding common shares.

The company said it will use the investment funds to support the drilling program at Filo del Sol in Chile.

"This secures the next leg of funding required for us to rapidly expand our exploration plans at Filo del Sol as we define this remarkable deposit," President and Chief Executive Officer Jamie Beck said.

Write to Adriano Marchese at

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February 28, 2022 10:00 ET (15:00 GMT)

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