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JUST over five years ago Anglo American Plc was in deep trouble. The natural resources giant, beset by a collapse in commodity prices, scrapped its dividend and announced plans to close mines and cut thousands of workers. Amid talk of an emergency capital raise, its market value fell to less than US$3bil (RM12.66bil).
NEW YORK: The world’s biggest mining companies are about to start revealing how much cash they’re churning out from this year’s commodity boom. Look out for record profits followed by eye-watering dividend payouts.
LAUNCESTON, Australia: Japan has been largely forgotten as a source of demand for energy commodities, overshadowed by the rapid rise of China, but the country's new electricity generation targets will shake the market up.
LONDON: BHP Group is considering getting out of oil and gas in a multibillion-dollar exit that would accelerate its retreat from fossil fuels, according to people familiar with the matter.
THE rally in commodity prices is likely to see a shift from metals to energy resources such as crude oil, liquefied natural gas (LNG) and coal, according to the latest forecasts from the Australian government.
LONDON: Major reinsurers have already pulled back from providing bespoke cover for coal projects as part of efforts to meet global climate change commitments, but now comes the hard part – finding ways to exclude coal from bulk-buy contracts, known as “treaty” reinsurance.
No more new work as it contributes to climate crisis
THE bullish shine surrounding commodities may have lost some of its lustre, with imports in May by top buyer China looking unimpressive, and far from levels associated with a new supercycle.
IN the newly updated Malaysian Code of Corporate Governance 2021 (MCCG 2021), the sustainability issue has taken centrestage with the whole of Practice 4.0 being devoted to it. Four sub-paras discuss board responsibility in respect of sustainable strategies, priorities and targets.
CHINA is turning to its state-owned coal power companies to helm the next stage of the country’s renewables push, as the sector becomes less attractive to other investors.