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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.
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20 September 2009
BHP has released its Operational Review for the first quarter of the FY20 financial year, with strong operational performance across the portfolio.
Over the past five years, the emissions intensity of iron ore production at our Western Australia Iron Ore (WAIO) assets has fallen by 11 per cent.
Shipping is one of the largest emitters of greenhouse gases (GHG) in BHP’s value chain. While biodiesel, methanol and battery-powered dry bulk vessels have the potential to reduce future emissions, liquefied natural gas (LNG) is capable to delivering emissions reductions now.