BlueScope Steel Limited


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BlueScope Steel Ltd Annual Shareholders Meeting

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Bluescope Steel Updates On Regulatory Proceedings

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ACCC Says It Started Civil Proceedings Against BlueCcope Steel For Alleged Cartel Conduct


About BlueScope Steel Limited

BlueScope Steel Limited is a steel manufacturing company. The Company offers metal coated and painted steel building products, and is also a supplier of engineered building solutions (EBS) to industrial and commercial markets. The Company's segments include Australian Steel Products, which produces and markets a range of coated and painted flat steel products, as well as various commodity flat steel products; New Zealand & Pacific Steel, which includes the New Zealand Steel, Pacific Steel, New Zealand Minerals and BlueScope Pacific Islands business areas; BlueScope Buildings, which provides EBS and includes its metal coating, painting and Lysaght operations in China; Building Products ASEAN, North America & India, which is involved in metallic coating, painting and steel building product operations, among others, and Hot Rolled Products North America, which includes North Star BlueScope Steel, a single site electric arc furnace producer of hot rolled coil.


Iron & Steel

Contact Info

L 11 120 Collins St


Executive Leadership

John Andrew Bevan

Independent Non-Executive Chairman of the Board

Mark R. Vassella

Chief Executive Officer, Managing Director, Executive Director

Tania J. Archibald

Chief Financial Officer

S. R. Elias

Chief Executive - NS BlueScope

Pat J. Finan

Chief Executive Hot Rolled Products North America

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UPDATE 2-Australian regulator takes action against BlueScope for alleged cartel conduct

Australia's competition regulator on Friday said it started civil proceedings against BlueScope Steel for alleged cartel conduct in the supply of flat steel products.

Australia's BlueScope Steel forecasts weak first-half, shares drop

Australia's BlueScope Steel Ltd warned lower sales margins would crimp first half earnings as it posted a fall in full-year profit on Monday, prompting the biggest drop in the company's shares in two years.

Miner BHP releases first tender for LNG shipment of iron ore

BHP <BHP.AX> <BHPB.L> on Friday said it had released the world's first tender for LNG-fueled transport to carry up to 27 million tonnes, or about 10 percent, of its iron ore as it seeks to position itself at the forefront of responsible mining.

Potash producer Nutrien eyes expansion as BHP ponders entry

Canada's Nutrien Ltd, the world's biggest producer of potash fertilizer, said on Tuesday that it was evaluating whether to expand its annual production capacity by 5 million tonnes after 2023, around the time that metals miner BHP Billiton is considering a move into potash.

RPT-COLUMN-Adani's coal hopes look increasingly isolated as BHP joins naysayers: Russell

How's this for a study in contrasts: One of the world's biggest coal miners effectively says the industry is dying just days after Australia's opposition party suffered a shock election loss, partly blamed on its failure to unambiguously back a new coal mine.

Adani's coal hopes look increasingly isolated as BHP joins naysayers: Russell

(The opinions expressed here are those of the author, a columnist for Reuters.)

SolGold in talks to finance long-life Ecuador copper project

SolGold is in talks with financiers keen to invest in its Ecuadorian copper-gold prospects and mining major BHP could increase its stake in the company, SolGold's chief executive said on Monday.

BHP to keep Nickel West operations in Australia amid positive battery outlook

Global miner BHP Group will keep its Nickel West operations in Australia amid increasing demand for materials used to make batteries, its chief executive said on Tuesday.

Chile copper mine production slides in first quarter: Cochilco

Copper production at Chile's top mines dropped sharply in the first quarter of 2019, Chilean copper commission Cochilco said on Tuesday, amid a perfect storm of operational issues, heavy rains and falling ore grades at the largest deposits.

BHP faces $5 billion claim over 2015 Brazil dam failure

Anglo-Australian mining giant BHP is facing a landmark, $5.0 billion damages claim in England for being "woefully negligent" in the run-up to a 2015 dam failure that led to Brazil's worst environmental disaster, a lawsuit alleges.

CRU-CESCO-BHP Americas boss says miners must make copper greener

* Calls for collaboration, transparency, independent oversight

Miner Antofagasta expects water agreement with BHP for Zaldivar mine-media

Chile's Antofagasta expects to reach an agreement with miner BHP to help ensure water supply at its Zalidvar copper mine in the country's northern desert, a company official told a Chilean newspaper on Friday.

BHP buys stake in Canadian firm that extracts emissions from the air

The world's biggest coking coal producer BHP has bought a $6 million equity stake in a Canadian-based company that sucks carbon dioxide from the atmosphere, as miners' quest to become sustainable and retain ethical investors gathers pace.

BHP's 'transformation agenda' sees raft of executive changes

BHP Group Ltd, the world's biggest miner, announced a raft of management changes on Thursday, in line with its "transformation agenda" led by Chief Executive Andrew Mackenzie.

UPDATE 1-Australia's BlueScope underlying profit jumps but sees softer H2

Australia's BlueScope Steel Ltd said on Monday its underlying earnings surged in the first half, but cautioned that its second half performance would be softer.

Australia's BlueScope H1 underlying EBIT jumps, but sees softer second half

Australia's BlueScope Steel Ltd on Monday said underlying earnings before interest and tax (EBIT) surged in the first half but cautioned that its second half performance would not match its first.

Glencore announces $3 billion buyback plan as profit jumps despite cobalt dip

Weaker cobalt prices dented earnings at Glencore's trading division last year, but strength in other commodities helped the company to post an 8 percent jump in core profit and announce a share buyback program worth up to $3 billion.

BHP CEO staying around to deal with tailings and transformation

The chief executive of mining group BHP has no plans to quit and will focus on the "nuclear level of safety" needed to avoid any repeat of the Vale dam collapse in Brazil, as well as on transforming his own company.

BHP's board approves funding for BP-led U.S. oil project

BHP Group, the world's largest miner, said on Wednesday its board has approved $696 million in funding to expand production at the BP PLC-led Atlantis oil project in the U.S. Gulf of Mexico.

BHP's board approves $696 mln funding for U.S. project

BHP Group, the world's largest miner, said on Wednesday its board has approved $696 million in funding to develop the Atlantis Phase 3 oil project in the U.S. Gulf of Mexico.

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