PROFIT & LOSS

BHP boss calls for critical minerals push

BHP CEO Mike Henry says it is encouraging to see global governments recognise the importance of mining and minerals to the energy transition but warned Australia was at risk of falling behind.

BHP CEO Mike Henry (left) and CFO David Lamont

BHP CEO Mike Henry (left) and CFO David Lamont

Speaking to reporters after the release of BHP's half-year results this morning, Henry said he had spent most of December and January travelling in North America, Saudi Arabia and Switzerland. "What...

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