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  • Reutersyesterday

    Katanga names Glencore Coal's chief development officer for top job

    Katanga Mining Ltd, a unit of Glencore Plc, on Wednesday named Glencore Coal's chief development officer Jeff Gerard to the top job, taking over from Danny Callow. The appointment comes less than two months after Glencore, the world's biggest supplier of seaborne coal, said it would limit annual coal production capacity to current levels of about 150 million tonnes after discussion with its investors. Gerard will take over on May 2 and will also serve as the head of Glencore's assets in the Democratic Republic Of Congo (DRC) and oversee its Mutanda mining operation in the country.

  • Reutersyesterday

    Katanga names Glencore Coal's chief development officer for top job

    Katanga Mining Ltd, a unit of Glencore Plc, on Wednesday named Glencore Coal's chief development officer Jeff Gerard to the top job, taking over from Danny Callow. The appointment comes less than two months after Glencore, the world's biggest supplier of seaborne coal, said it would limit annual coal production capacity to current levels of about 150 million tonnes after discussion with its investors. Gerard will take over on May 2 and will also serve as the head of Glencore's assets in the Democratic Republic Of Congo (DRC) and oversee its Mutanda mining operation in the country.

  • Reutersyesterday

    Glencore Coal chief development officer named Katanga CEO

    Katanga Mining Ltd, a unit of Glencore Plc, on Wednesday named Glencore Coal's chief development officer Jeff Gerard to the top job, taking over from Danny Callow. Gerard will take over on May 2 and will ...

  • Reuters4 days ago

    Glencore's Katanga Mining unit resumes cobalt exports from DRC

    Katanga Mining Ltd, a unit of Glencore Plc, said on Monday it resumed exporting and selling a limited quantity of cobalt from its Kamoto Project in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). The company said in November it had temporarily suspended the export and sale of cobalt from the project after uranium was found in levels above the acceptable limit for export. Katanga said on Monday it produced about 930 tonnes of contained cobalt since January through interim operational solutions.

  • Reuters10 days ago

    CRU-CESCO-Antofagasta to stay put on dividend policy but will return cash to shareholders

    Chilean miner Antofagasta Plc will retain its dividend policy of paying out at least 35 percent of underlying net earnings but will pay out excess funds from the proceeds of sales to shareholders, its chief executive said. "If you look at the last three or four years, we have been distributing close to around 50 percent of net earnings.

  • Glencore Is Top Codelco Customer as Copper-Trading Reach Expands
    Bloomberg10 days ago

    Glencore Is Top Codelco Customer as Copper-Trading Reach Expands

    The commodities giant was easily Codelco’s biggest buyer last year, according to a Bloomberg analysis of data from the Chilean state copper producer. Codelco is a prized relationship among traders as it sells in large volumes and its copper is in high demand among buyers in key markets like China and Japan. The data, which show that Glencore accounted for more than a tenth of Codelco’s sales last year, highlight how the miner and trader has expanded its already market-leading position in the copper market since it bought Xstrata Plc in 2013.

  • Reuters21 days ago

    Canada takes tougher line with China on canola ban, demands evidence

    Canada on Thursday took a notably tougher line with China over its ban on Canadian imports of canola seed, saying Beijing had provided no scientific evidence to justify the move and was hurting its own reputation. China, citing the discovery of pests, expanded its ban on canola seed imports on Tuesday to include shipments from a second major exporter, Viterra Inc. Viterra is owned by Glencore Plc's agricultural arm.

  • China Cancels Glencore Canada Canola Permit Amid Trade Spat
    Bloomberg23 days ago

    China Cancels Glencore Canada Canola Permit Amid Trade Spat

    The world’s biggest oilseed buyer canceled Glencore unit Viterra’s registration to ship the commodity on Tuesday. On March 1, the same fate befell Richardson International, Canada’s largest exporter, and a company official said the move may be linked to the escalating row over the arrest of a Huawei Technologies Co. executive in Vancouver.

  • Reuters23 days ago

    China widens ban on Canadian canola imports to second firm, Viterra

    BEIJING/OTTAWA (Reuters) - China expanded its ban on Canadian canola seed imports on Tuesday to include shipments from Viterra Inc, the latest development in a wider trade dispute between the two countries. Viterra is the second canola exporter to have its registration cancelled, after Beijing halted shipments from top exporter Richardson International earlier this month. An industry group said last week that Chinese importers have stopped buying any oilseed from Canada, though Chinese imports of Canadian canola oil and meal have not been impacted.

  • Twin Cyclones Batter Australia, Halting Mining Operations
    Bloomberg26 days ago

    Twin Cyclones Batter Australia, Halting Mining Operations

    BHP stopped output at the Pyrenees oil project off Western Australia as cyclone Veronica tracked toward a hub of liquefied natural gas and iron-ore export operations. Veronica’s core reached land midway between Karratha and Port Hedland Sunday morning as a category 3 system with wind gusts up to 220 kilometers (137 miles) an hour, according to the Bureau of Meteorology. Woodside Petroleum Ltd. and Chevron Corp. operate LNG export terminals in the region, while BHP, Rio Tinto Group and Fortescue Metals Group ship iron ore from a number of ports dotted across the Pilbara coast.

  • Mining’s Dirty Secret Won’t Survive a Changing Climate
    Bloomberglast month

    Mining’s Dirty Secret Won’t Survive a Changing Climate

    Rio Tinto Group last year became the first major miner to stop digging up coal altogether. Glencore Plc, historically one of the commodity’s most vocal boosters, has promised to cap production at current levels. “We have a portfolio free of coal and oil and gas,” Rio’s Chief Executive Officer Jean-Sebastian Jacques told investors after annual results last month.

  • Reuters2 months ago

    Rattled by Vale disaster, mining CEOs move to change industry

    After last month's deadly tailings dam disaster at a Vale SA facility in Brazil, Freeport-McMoRan Inc Chief Executive Richard Adkerson sent a memo to his 29,000 employees telling them to immediately report any safety concerns about the scores of dams his company operates. The disaster, which killed more than 300, has sparked a push to set global standards for the construction and inspection of tailings dams, which store the muddy detritus of the mining process, as well as emergency preparations. Freeport, the world's largest publicly traded copper producer, spends several hundred millions of dollars per year on tailings dams upkeep and has not had a tailings dam failure since it acquired Phelps Dodge in 2007.

  • Reuters2 months ago

    Mining industry to set global tailings dam standards

    The world's largest miners said on Tuesday they will sponsor an independent review to set global standards for tailings dam design and maintenance following last month's deadly disaster at a Brazilian facility controlled by Vale SA. The International Council on Mining and Metals, an industry trade group whose members include Glencore Plc, BHP Group Ltd and 25 others, said a committee will review and set standards by the end of the year for the classification and audit of tailings dams, as well as emergency response. Currently there are no established global mining industry standards defining what a tailings dam is, how to build one and how to care for it after it is decommissioned.

  • China’s Australian Coal Ban Is Less Than Meets the Eye
    Bloomberg2 months ago

    China’s Australian Coal Ban Is Less Than Meets the Eye

    A Reuters report Thursday that the northern port of Dalian had banned imports from China’s biggest supplier of the black stuff sent ripples through global markets, driving the Australian dollar down as much as 1.3 percent after a whipsawing day of trade. London-listed shares in Glencore Plc, Anglo American Plc and BHP Group fell 3.2 percent, 1.5 percent and 2 percent respectively. The obvious fear is that Canberra’s increasingly rocky relationship with Beijing could be prompting more widespread import curbs, not unlike China’s brake on U.S. agricultural exports since the trade war began.

  • Thomson Reuters StreetEvents2 months ago

    Edited Transcript of GLEN.L earnings conference call or presentation 20-Feb-19 8:00am GMT

    Full Year 2018 Glencore PLC Earnings Call