Shareholder Online Services
View your shareholding information and dividend payments and update your contact details by accessing the Computershare Investor Centre:
Receiving shareholder communications
Receiving your shareholder communications electronically is the best way to stay informed and will assist BHP with minimising paper usage. If you haven’t already, we encourage you to make the switch to paperless communications and provide us with your email address. To do this, go to https://www-au.computershare.com/Investor/#Home.
You can make an election as to how you would like to receive certain documents (including annual reports, notices of meeting, proxy/voting forms, and other documents that BHP is required or permitted to send to you under certain parts of the Corporations Act) as follows:
- You can make a standing election to receive the documents in physical or electronic form
- You can make a one-off request to receive a document in physical or electronic form, or
- You can tell us if you do not want to receive a hard copy of the Annual Report. Of course, you will always be able to access and read our Annual Report when it is published on our website and the ASX platform.
To tell us your preference, go to https://www-au.computershare.com/Investor/#Home and follow the prompts.
Historic company equity issues
The details all major shares issued since 1979 including Rights, 1984 Subdivision, Bonus Issues, Share Purchase Scheme, Capital Reduction for OneSteel and BHP Steel Demerger.
- Historic company equity issues (PDF 144kb)
Share price impact from BHP Petroleum and Woodside merger
BHP’s share price on the Australian Securities Exchange was adjusted downwards on the merger ex-dividend date of 24 May 2022 by A$5.24 per share (from A$47.80 to A$42.56), to reflect the implied value of the in specie dividend per BHP share based on Woodside’s share price on that date.