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One of the World's Biggest Miners Is About to Go Coal-Free - Bloomberg

2017-11-10 bloomberg
Connecting decision makers to a dynamic network of information, people and ideas, Bloomberg quickly and accurately delivers business and financial information, news and insight around the world. (32-0)

One of the world’s biggest miners is about to go coal free

2017-11-10 themalaymailonline
Rio Tinto Group, the world’s second-largest miner, has been steadily backtracking from coal to focus on better assets. — Reuters picLONDON, Nov 10 — Just five years ago it would have been almost unthinkable that one of the world’s biggest mining companies would not dig any coal. It’s now likely to become a reality. (32-0)

Rio Tinto soon to go coal free

2017-11-10 theage.com.au
Just five years ago, it would have been almost unthinkable that one of the world's biggest mining companies would not dig any coal. It's now likely to become a reality. (48-0)

Rio Tinto soon to go coal free

2017-11-10 smh.com.au
Just five years ago, it would have been almost unthinkable that one of the world's biggest mining companies would not dig any coal. It's now likely to become a reality. (48-0)

Here's What Noble Has Left - for Now - Bloomberg

2017-10-24 bloomberg
Connecting decision makers to a dynamic network of information, people and ideas, Bloomberg quickly and accurately delivers business and financial information, news and insight around the world. (7-0)

China’s small factories fear ‘rail Armageddon’ with orders to ditch trucks

2017-09-22 themalaymailonline
A tricycle travels past a crossroad on a hazy day in Hefei, Anhui province March 30, 2014. — Reuters picBEIJING, Sept 22 — Thousands of small factories in China, making everything from steel to chemicals, are scrambling for access to the country's clogged rail network as Beijing curbs the use of diesel trucks in an effort to tackle air pollution.

Yancoal plans $2.5 Billion raising for Rio coal mines

2017-08-02 theage.com.au
China-backed Yancoal Australia will raise $US2.5 billion ($3.1 billion) in equity to fund the purchase of Rio Tinto Group's Australian coal assets, with its parent Yanzhou Coal Mining Co. tipping in $1 billion.

Yancoal plans $2.5 Billion raising for Rio coal mines

2017-08-02 smh.com.au
China-backed Yancoal Australia will raise $US2.5 billion ($3.1 billion) in equity to fund the purchase of Rio Tinto Group's Australian coal assets, with its parent Yanzhou Coal Mining Co. tipping in $1 billion.

Yanzhou outbids Glencore for Rio Tinto Australia coal assets in deal worth US$2.69b

2017-06-27 scmp
The Coal and Allied acquisition will add 556m tonnes of ‘marketable’ coal reserves on top of Yancoal’s current reserve of 274m tonnes, and more than double its output

Battle continues for Rio Tinto's Coal and Allied Thermal coal business

2017-06-26 theage.com.au
China-controlled Yancoal Australia has added new incentives to its offer for Rio Tinto Group's Australian coal assets to fend off a last-minute challenge from rival Glencore.

Battle continues for Rio Tinto's Coal and Allied Thermal coal business

2017-06-26 smh.com.au
China-controlled Yancoal Australia has added new incentives to its offer for Rio Tinto Group's Australian coal assets to fend off a last-minute challenge from rival Glencore.

Glencore makes late bid for Rio Tinto coal assets

2017-06-23 theage.com.au
Glencore's last-minute bid for Australian coal mines leaves Rio Tinto Group with a dilemma to mull over the weekend: accept less money or risk upsetting its biggest customer.

Glencore makes late bid for Rio Tinto coal assets

2017-06-23 smh.com.au
Glencore's last-minute bid for Australian coal mines leaves Rio Tinto Group with a dilemma to mull over the weekend: accept less money or risk upsetting its biggest customer.

Rio Tinto recommends Yancoal's Hunter Valley coal offer over Glencore

2017-06-20 theage.com.au
Rio Tinto selected Yancoal on Tuesday to buy its Coal & Allied division in Australia for $US2.45 billion ($3.23 billion), surprising commodities trading giant Glencore, which had put in a higher bid.

Rio Tinto recommends Yancoal's Hunter Valley coal offer over Glencore

2017-06-20 smh.com.au
Rio Tinto selected Yancoal on Tuesday to buy its Coal & Allied division in Australia for $US2.45 billion ($3.23 billion), surprising commodities trading giant Glencore, which had put in a higher bid.