Our purpose is to bring people and resources together to build a better world. We do this through our strategy to deliver long-term value and returns through the cycle.
We provide the materials for essential infrastructure, enabling better standards of living and facilitating greater prosperity.
We believe the future is increasingly clear and our strategy, portfolio, capabilities and approach to social value position us to play an important role in meeting the twin objectives of an accelerated energy transition, and continued economic development and improvement in living standards.
Sustainability is integral to how we contribute to social value creation. It is core to our strategy and sits at the heart of everything we do.
Thinking about your next career move? Then think big. Because while the world relies on the resources we find, BHP relies on people like you.
Stay in touch with the latest news, stories and insights from BHP.
We succeed through the partnerships we build with our suppliers.
Choose your network to share this page with. A new window will open.
23 August 2006
Chip Goodyear, Chief Executive Officer and Chris Lynch, Chief Financial Officer, review the company's operating and financial performance.
Meet Dan, Business Data Coach in the Data Strategy team. He's passionate about all things data and stand-up comedy. As a Data professional, this is his favourite time of the year because it's BHP’s Data Week.
Meet Mel Tullock-Dhu, a proud Tjupan Tjiwarl woman and Principal Indigenous Support for our nickel operations in the Northern Goldfields and official coin tosser for the West Coast Eagles.
BHP is investing $20 million (AUD) in the academy program, which aims to employ and train 200 new train drivers over three years. BHP welcomed the first recruits – today’s graduates – into the academy in August last year.