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11 December 2006
BHP Billiton hosted an analysts' tour of operations in Western Australia and SouthAustralia.
BHP has signed a renewable Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) with Neoen, which is expected to meet half of Olympic Dam’s electricity needs from FY2026, based on current forecast demand, and allow Olympic Dam to record a net zero emission position for the contracted volume of supply.
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 expects to shortly enter into renewable energy supply arrangements to enable Olympic Dam to reduce its emission position to zero for 50 per cent of its electricity consumption by 2025, based on current forecast demand.