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Mackenzie just behind Walsh as highest paid mining boss Mackenzie just behind Walsh as highest paid mining boss

BHP Billiton chief executive Andrew Mackenzie pocketed $9.02bn from the mining company last financial year, its annual report has revealed.

Jobs axed, miner goes belly-up as coal market worsens
Jobs axed, miner goes belly-up as coal market worsens

The continued downturn of the seaborne coal market has taken more of a toll this week, with 700 jobs set to go at BHP, and one prospective coal miner shutting up shop.

Australian energy export value set to decline
Australian energy export value set to decline

Australia’s resources and energy commodity export earnings increased 12% in 2013/14 to total $195bn, according to the Bureau of Resources and Energy Economics (BREE), but things will head south in the new financial year.


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3D mapping technology on trial at Rio

Rio this week said it’s looking to capture a crucial advantage in the recovery of mineral deposits, with the launch of a 3D mapping technology.

Orica boss signals new deal for miners

Ian Smith, chief executive of mining services business Orica Limited, says he plans to entice mining clients onto new, potentially lucrative blasting deals.

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