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BHP Billiton hosted an analysts' tour of operations in Western Australia and SouthAustralia.
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BHP CEO, Mike Henry, will present at the Bank of America Securities 2023 Global Metals, Mining & Steel Conference today at 9:00am Central European Summer Time (5:00pm Australian Eastern Standard Time).