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Jac Nasser, the chairman of BHP Billiton, recently hinted that the company was scaling back its 80 billion US dollar (�52 billion) spending bonanza because of the supply issue.
Abramovich may share Chukotka gold with BHP Billiton
Russian billionaire Roman Abramovich is in talks with Anglo-Australian mining giant BHP Billiton (BHP) to set up a joint venture to develop the gold rich area in Russia's Far East.
BHP Billiton, Abramovich May Tap Russian Gold, Kommersant Says  Bloomberg
Should investors embrace the profits of sin?
The Saints contain resource companies - BHP Billiton (BLT) and Rio Tinto (RIO), two of the biggest in the world, which are included in the FTSE4Good.
BHP cuts outlook for commodities prices
BHP Billiton, the world's largest miner, has trimmed its outlook for commodities prices over the next three to five years, a sign that natural resources groups are braced for a lasting impact from the global financial crisis.
1% News: Tony Abbott worries for BHP Billiton's profits  Green Left Weekly
Shale gas byproducts fall to 10-year low
Prices of crucial shale gas byproducts, such as ethane and propane, have tumbled to 10-year lows due to booming output, further hurting the profitability of energy companies such as ExxonMobil and BHP Billiton which are already battling with ultra-low ...
BHP Billiton Says May Sell Guinea Alumina Stake
BHP Billiton said Wednesday it may sell its 33.3% stake in Guinea Alumina, as its joint-venture partners seek ways to advance a multibillion dollar project to mine and process bauxite in Guinea that has suffered repeated delays.
BHP considers Guinea Alumina sale  Sydney Morning Herald
How to invest in alternative metals
From shares in mining companies to exchange traded commodities, investors can access industrial metals in a range of ways. But despite an upbeat outlook, exposure brings risks.
A hoodwinking for BHP Billiton
It bought the Fayetteville asset from the cunning Chesapeake early last year and, if the view of this Chesapeake executive is correct, BHP has been the victim of a very slick dudding.
Project-by-project reporting will not allow citizens to 'follow the money'
Sir, The European Union is debating how new tax disclosure rules for mining and oil and gas companies could help improve governance in resource-rich nations (“EU delay for reporting reforms”, June 4).
Forget Grexit, it's time to fret about 'Chindown'
Marius Kloppers, chief executive of BHP Billiton, recently said the economics of some mining projects had changed, forcing it to put them on hold.
Are Contracting Global Markets Ending the Commodities Supercycle?  Resource Investing News