Articles Tagged "BHP Billiton"

Iron Ore Price Rally Comes to a Halt; Vale Plans to Reduce Output

Iron – The iron ore price has had a tough month, hitting a decade low at the start of April and then bouncing back mid-month with its biggest gain in nearly two years. And while the metal's price is still 9.5 percent higher this month, a 1.7-percent drop on Thursday following an initial tumble Wednesday shows that its rally may not last long.

Coal Price Up 10 Percent as World’s Biggest Coal Port Remains Shut

Coal – Australia's Newcastle Port, the largest coal port in the world, has been closed since Monday due to severe storms on the east coast of the country. The price of thermal coal for delivery next month from Newcastle has gone up 10 percent, to $68 per tonne, on the back of delays expected due to the storm.

Australia’s Uranium Policies Working Against Clean Energy Future

Uranium – Some believe the recent uranium mining ban in Queensland and mixed feelings towards the nuclear industry in South Australia are working against Australia's energy potential. Toro Energy's managing director, Dr. Vanessa Guthrie, addressed the matter last week at the Paydirt 2015 South Australian Resources and Energy Investment Conference

5 Top Uranium Stories for Q1 2015

Uranium – To wrap up the first quarter, Resource Investing News has assembled the uranium stories that generated the most buzz over the last three months.