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13 October 2004
The briefing includes presentations by:
Mike Salamon, Group President Non-Ferrous MaterialsIan Wood, Vice President Sustainable Development & Community RelationsBarry Formosa, Vice President Safety
Less than a year after first ore was produced at South Flank, BHP has now approved moving the US$3.6 billion mine to autonomous haulage. Autonomous haulage will be phased in across five Autonomous Operation Zones (AOZs), beginning in June 2022.
BHP has today completed the sale to Glencore of its 33.3 per cent interest in Cerrejón, a non-operated energy coal joint venture in Colombia.
BHP Lonsdale Investments Pty Ltd (BHP Lonsdale), a wholly owned subsidiary of BHP, announced today the termination of the support agreement between BHP Lonsdale, its subsidiary BHP Western Mining Resources International Pty Ltd (BHP WMR) and Noront Resources Ltd.