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Mining News Pro - BHP Group may be heading for another clash with investors as the world’s biggest miner gets closer to a decision on whether to build, sell or mothball its $20-billion potash project.

Mining News Pro - BHP Nickel West has received approval from the Western Australian Government to develop its Venus nickel sulphate deposit near Leinster in the northern Goldfields.

Mining News Pro - BHP has settled a dispute with the Australian Taxation Office (ATO) regarding taxes that were allegedly owed by the mining major over a 15-year period.

Mining News Pro - Diversified miner BHP has reached a settlement agreement with the Australian Taxation Office (ATO) on a longstanding dispute related to the company’s marketing operations in Singapore.

Mining News Pro - The "transfer pricing" dispute relates to the amount of tax BHP owed for selling its Australian commodities via its Singapore marketing business — or allegedly shifting its profits offshore. (Image courtesy of BHP.)

Mining News Pro - BHP said on Friday that driver error caused an iron-ore train to run away without its driver and a brake problem caused the company to intentionally derail the train in order to stop it, according to a preliminary investigation.

Mining News Pro - Primero Group has secured its first major contract on BHP Billiton Ltd’s South Flank iron ore project in Western Australia with the award of a sub-contract with Clough Ltd. The sub-contract is for the design, procurement, construction and commissioning (EPC) of the South Flank fuel facilities.

Mining News Pro - National Group has been a part of history in more ways than one this past month, recently handing over five of the world’s second largest mining trucks to BHP, and the last of these to be the final T 282 C to come down under to Australia with Liebherr now producing a slightly different model in the T 284.

Mining News Pro - National Group has rented five Liebherr T 282 C ultra-class trucks to BHP at the Peak Downs coal mine in the Bowen Basin, northern Queensland.

Mining News Pro - Diversified major BHP has called for open communication as global trade tensions intensify.

Mining News Pro - Mining major BHP has acquired two exploration licences in the offshore Orphan basin, in eastern Canada.

Mining News Pro - BHP chief executive officer Andrew Mackenzie says the company will continue to invest in its rail structure in light of Monday’s derailment of an iron ore train in the Pilbara, Western Australia.

Mining News Pro - BHP has won the bids to acquire a full ownership and operatorship of exploration licences for two oil blocks in the offshore Orphan Basin in Eastern Canada.

Mining News Pro - The Australian Transport Safety Bureau (ATSB) has confirmed that a BHP-operated iron ore train was deliberately derailed after taking off on its own during a maintenance check stop by its driver

Mining News Pro - The train, which consisted of 268 wagons and four locomotives, was traveling about 420km from the BHP Newman mining complex to Port Hedland during the early morning hours of November 5.

Mining News Pro - A train loaded with iron ore and operated by BHP Billiton ran away without a driver for 92 km before being forcibly derailed in the early hours of Monday, the company and Australian authorities said.

Mining News Pro - The world`s biggest miner BHP Billiton has trimmed its expectations of global growth for next year and 2020 due to a "lose-lose" result from the US-China trade conflict, a senior executive said on Tuesday.

Mining News Pro - BHP Billiton - the third largest iron ore producer has recently announced results for quarter ending Sept’18.

Mining News Pro - BHP chief executive Andrew Mackenzie has claimed that businesses are navigating “global volatility” in a thinly veiled reference to escalating trade tensions between the United States and China.

Mining News Pro - Diversified giant BHP has reported increases in copper and iron-ore production during the three months to September, while petroleum and coal production fell.

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