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BHP has announced a change to its procurement policies, extending preferred payment terms of 30 days to all Australian businesses in local areas. This change means nearly 300 local businesses in New South Wales will experience preferred payment terms from December 1.
BHP has announced a change to its procurement policies, extending preferred payment terms of 30 days to all Australian businesses in local areas. That means more than 600 local businesses in Queensland will receive preferential payment terms from December 1.
Nickel West has signed a Comprehensive Agreement with Tjiwarl Aboriginal Corporation on behalf of the Tjiwarl people, who are the native title holders of the land which includes Nickel West’s northern operations in the Goldfields region of Western Australia.
BHP’s South Flank project fired its first blast today, as the next major step in the development of the US$3.6 billion mine site in the Pilbara.
Our Escondida asset in Chile is helping local business development by supporting an initiative run by a group of women in the small fishing port of Coloso. The women make and sell diving suits to support the local fishing community.
The remote town of Port Hedland, in Western Australia’s Pilbara region, has been at the heart of BHP’s iron ore operations for more than 50 years.
The Petroleum team had a challenging year in FY2018. In August 2017, BHP announced its intention to actively pursue options to exit our Onshore US (Unconventional Petroleum) assets. In the same week, Hurricane Harvey brought record-breaking rainfall that stalled in southeast Texas and caused widespread devastation to the community. Our mental health programs and initiatives supported our response and enabled our people to better navigate the significant challenges.
The Local Buying Program was established in 2012 as a means to encourage better relationships between our operations and local small businesses, build capability and capacity across the local supply chain and boost regional economic development in our host communities.
Via the Local Buy Program (LBP) BHP has engaged the services of Fresh Start Cafe and Catering, a local Port Hedland social enterprise.
BHP has recently started sourcing beef from Pilbara based Yarrie Beef, replacing previous supply from South-West Western Australia.