BHP Billiton's iron ore production rose by a recor

2022-08-11
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BHP Billiton's iron ore production rose by a record in the second quarter

BHP Billiton's iron ore production rose by a record in the second quarter

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Guide: BHP Billiton, the world's largest mining company, increased its iron ore production by 4% in the second quarter as of December 31 to meet the rising demand for industrial raw materials. However, the floods in Australia have caused lithium-ion power batteries to replace traditional batteries in mobile phones, portable computers, video cameras, cameras, etc., and their coal production is facing a long-term interruption. The output of Queensland coal (Australia) has been continuously reduced

BHP Billiton, the world's largest mining company, increased its iron ore production by 4% in the second quarter as of December 31 to meet the rising demand for industrial raw materials. However, floods in Australia have led to a long-term interruption of coal production

"the output of Queensland coal (Australia) was seriously affected by continuous rainfall and floods, and the floods also affected the coal producing area of Bowen basin during this period," BHP Billiton said, adding that the coal output fell sharply by 30% compared with the previous quarter

"coupled with the shutdown of external infrastructure, we expect that production, sales and unit costs will continue to be affected for the rest of fiscal 2011," BHP Billiton said when releasing the second quarter output data

BHP Billiton can't meet the normal delivery of printers after all. Iron ore stone contributes more than $5billion to the profit of half a year, which is close to three times the estimated profit before interest, tax, depreciation and amortization (EBITDA) of coal mines

analysts expect the net profit for the half year ended December 31 to be about $10billion

BHP Billiton data showed that aluminum production was flat with the previous quarter

BHP Billiton also warned that the postponement of the exploitation license in the Gulf of Mexico was continuing to affect its oil business, resulting in the postponement of the drilling activities of high-yield oil wells

in the second quarter, BHP Billiton's annual iron ore export volume in Australia rose to 148 million tons, highlighting the growing demand for this steel-making raw material in the world, especially in China and other rapidly industrialized Asian countries

"the vigorous growth of developing economies is still the main driver of commodity demand, and more positive signals appear in the United States after the implementation of the economic stimulus measures of the Federal Reserve (FED)," BHP Billiton said

the company said that weather related disruptions in Australia, Colombia, South Africa and other regions have exacerbated the current tight supply of industrial commodities

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