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Last €18.10 EUR
Change Today +0.58 / 3.31%
Volume 3.7K
As of 4:07 AM 08/5/15 All times are local (Market data is delayed by at least 15 minutes).

bhp billiton limited (BHP1) Snapshot

Open
€17.99
Previous Close
€17.52
Day High
€18.17
Day Low
€17.60
52 Week High
08/19/14 - €25.85
52 Week Low
07/24/15 - €16.20
Market Cap
93.7B
Average Volume 10 Days
13.5K
EPS TTM
--
Shares Outstanding
3.2B
EX-Date
03/11/15
P/E TM
--
Dividend
€1.64
Dividend Yield
8.37%
Current Stock Chart for BHP BILLITON LIMITED (BHP1)

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bhp billiton limited (BHP1) Details

BHP Billiton Limited engages in the discovery, acquisition, development, and marketing of natural resources worldwide. It produces iron ore, metallurgical and energy coal, conventional and unconventional oil and gas, copper, aluminum, manganese, uranium, nickel, and silver deposits. The company also explores, develops, produces, and markets petroleum with operating assets located in the deep water Gulf of Mexico, onshore U.S., and Australia, as well as in the United Kingdom, Trinidad and Tobago, and Pakistan; and holds potash exploration rights to approximately 14,500 square kilometers of prospective ground in the Saskatchewan potash basin in Canada. The company was formerly known as BHP Limited and changed its name to BHP Billiton Limited in July 2001. BHP Billiton Limited was founded in 1851 and is headquartered in Melbourne, Australia. BHP Billiton Limited operates as a subsidiary of BHP Billiton Group.

123,800 Employees
Last Reported Date: 09/25/14
Founded in 1851

bhp billiton limited (BHP1) Top Compensated Officers

Chief Executive Officer and Non-Independent D...
Total Annual Compensation: $3.3M
Chief Financial Officer
Total Annual Compensation: $1.9M
President of Coal
Total Annual Compensation: $2.1M
President of Iron Ore Division
Total Annual Compensation: $2.0M
President of Petroleum
Total Annual Compensation: $1.9M
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.

bhp billiton limited (BHP1) Key Developments

BHP Billiton Plans to Cut More Than Third of its Workforce at its Melbourne Head Office

BHP Billiton announced that it is expected to cut more than a third of its workforce at its Melbourne head office. BHP is shedding about 180 positions at its Collins Street headquarters following the completion of its South32 demerger in May 2015. The company is reducing head office staff by 37% from a peak of 480 positions to about 300.

BHP Billiton Submits Environmental Impact Study with Chile's Environmental Evaluation Service to Extend the Life of its Spence Mine

BHP Billiton has submitted the environmental impact study with Chile's environmental evaluation service to extend the life of its Spence mine in northern Antofagasta region (II). The USD 2.5 billion Spence hypogene project envisions expanding the mine life at Spence by an additional 20 years via the mining of the sulfide resources located below the current ore body, which is entering its terminal phase. Existing operations at Spence, which produces high purity copper in cathodes, are expected to run through 2024. The hypogene project envisions construction and operation of a new concentrator plant with a nominal treatment capacity of 95,000-100,000 t/d, and associated infrastructure in order to reach an annual production of 835,000 t copper in concentrate and 7,500 t molybdenum. The project also includes construction of a desalination plant to supply approximately 800l/s desalinated water to be used in industrial processes, as well as a 154 km pipeline and pumping system, and a 4,000 m3 storage tank. A separate USD 800 million EIS was filed for this part of the Spence development project.

BHP Billiton Submits the Environmental Impact Study with Chile's Environmental Evaluation Service to Extend the Life of its Spence Mine in Northern Antofagasta Region (II)

BHP Billiton has submitted the environmental impact study (EIS) with Chile's environmental evaluation service (SEA) to extend the life of its Spence mine in northern Antofagasta region (II). The $2.5 billion Spence hypogene project envisions expanding the mine life at Spence by an additional 20 years via the mining of the sulfide resources located below the current ore body, which is entering its terminal phase. Existing operations at Spence, which produces high purity copper in cathodes, are expected to run through 2024, according to the existing environmental permit. The hypogene project envisions construction and operation of a new concentrator plant with a nominal treatment capacity of 95,000-100,000t/d, and associated infrastructure in order to reach an annual production of 835,000t copper in concentrate and 7,500t molybdenum. The project also includes construction of a desalination plant to supply approximately 800l/s desalinated water to be used in industrial processes, as well as a 154 km pipeline and pumping system, and a 4,000m3 storage tank. A separate $800 million EIS was filed for this part of the Spence development project.

 

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