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The commodities we produce

The commodities we produce are the building blocks of the modern world – from the iron ore and metallurgical coal that create steel for construction, to the nickel powering the electric vehicle revolution, to the copper enabling the next generation of renewable infrastructure.

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Copper is a pinkish-orange metal used in everyday household products for its electricity conducting, corrosion resistance and antimicrobial properties.

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Iron ore

Iron ores are rocks from which metallic iron can be extracted. Varying in colour from dark grey to deep red, iron ore is one of the most sought after commodities in the world, and is integral to the steel-making process.

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Nickel is a naturally occurring metallic element and a key ingredient in stainless steel. It's also a major component in the lithium-ion batteries that are helping power the electric vehicle revolution.

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Metallurgical coal

Metallurgical coal is a black coloured sedimentary rock found within the Earth's crust. It is high in carbon, typically low in moisture, and is a key component in the steel making process.

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Petroleum is a naturally occurring liquid found in rock formations below the Earth’s surface. It's made up of hydrocarbons like oil and gas, and can be extracted and refined into different types of fuels.

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Potash is the name of a group of potassium compounds that are most often used as fertiliser. It strengthens plants, helps them move water and sugar, and defends them against disease. Potash will be a vital link in the global food supply chain.

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