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Rio Tinto and Chinalco, which own 45.05% and 39.95% of Simandou, respectively, continue to work with the government of Guinea to explore options to realise value from the world-class Simandou iron ore deposit, as well as potential mechanisms for collaboration on infrastructure development. The government of Guinea owns a 15% stake in the project.

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Rio Tinto to build first solar plant in Western Australia

Koodaideri, 100 per cent owned by Rio Tinto, is located approximately 35 kilometres north-west of Rio Tinto's Yandicoogina mine site, and about 110 kilometres from the town of Newman. Funding for the solar plant and battery sits within Rio Tinto’s existing guidance for sustaining capital expenditure for its iron ore business.

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Iron Ore Rio Tinto

Rio Tinto Iron Ore. Today, we produce five iron ore products in Western Australia including the Pilbara Blend, the world’s most recognised brand of iron ore used in steelworks as sinter plant feed or direct blast furnace feed.

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Rio Tinto willing to help improve iron ore pricing system

Dec 15, 2020· In Western Australia, Rio Tinto's Robe River project is expected to start production in the second half of next year and the Gudai-Darri mine is

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Rio Tinto Iron Ore Projects (Western Australia)

Rio Tinto Iron Ore Projects (Western Australia) In the Pilbara region of Western Australia, Rio Tinto operates the world’s largest integrated portfolio of iron ore assets with industry-leading margins. Rio Tinto is well positioned to benefit from continuing demand across China and the developing world.

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Rio Tinto willing to help improve iron ore pricing system

Dec 15, 2020· In Western Australia, Rio Tinto's Robe River project is expected to start production in the second half of next year and the Gudai-Darri mine is set to follow in early 2022, it added. ($1 = 6.5405

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SCEE to electrify Rio Tinto’s Gudai-Darri iron ore mine

Earlier this month, Rio opened Western Australia’s newest airport at the $2.6 billion Gudai-Darri Stage 1 iron ore project (see photo, credit: Rio Tinto). The greenfield mine development, around 35 km northwest of the Yandicoogina mine in the East Pilbara mining region, will initially be developed as a nominal 43 Mt/y high-grade, dry

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Iron Ore

Rio Tinto Iron Ore. Today, we produce five iron ore products in Western Australia including the Pilbara Blend, the world’s most recognised brand of iron ore used in steelworks as sinter plant feed or direct blast furnace feed.

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Schumpeter Why Rio Tinto and China are at loggerheads

Oct 10, 2020· The future of iron-ore mining is at stake. Schumpeter Why Rio Tinto and China are at Rio has subtly thwarted China’s ambitions by keeping the west African project on the back burner. But

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Rio Tinto Iron Ore Rail Maintenance Western Australia

Rio Tinto's Iron Ore Heavy Haul Railway is largest privately owned rail structure in Australia and one of the largest heavy-tonnage railways in the world. On its more than 1,400 kilometers of track, Rio Tinto transports ore from its mines at Tom Price, Paraburdoo, Brockman, Hope Downs, West Angeles, Robe Valley, Yandicoogina and Marandoo to

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Rio Tinto Iron Ore Sentry Guarding Project

Project. Rio Tinto Iron Ore (RTIO) engaged CADDS Group to conduct a site-guarding audit for its mine and port facilities in Western Australia to identify hazards and design, construct, and install new guarding for high-risk areas.

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Iron ore guides Rio Tinto through pandemic Australian Mining

Jul 17, 2020· Rio Tinto anticipates that its production ramp up at the Koodaideri iron ore project in Western Australia will occur in early 2022. The company received the delivery of its first significant

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Rio Tinto's A$1B Western Turner Syncline Phase 2 approved

Western Australia's government has approved Rio Tinto's US$749 million, equivalent to A$1 billion, Western Turner Syncline Phase 2 iron ore project, which broker Morgans says should support continued favorable earnings even amid low commodity prices expected going forward.. The government's acting premier, Roger Cook, announced the approval on Dec. 23 for Phase 2, which

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Rio Tinto Approves $749 Million Investment in Pilbara Iron

LONDON--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Rio Tinto has approved a $749 million (A$1 billion) investment in its existing Greater Tom Price operations (100% owned) to help sustain the production capacity of its world-class iron ore business in the Pilbara of Western Australia.

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Guinea’s Simandou iron ore project uncertain after Rio

Sep 18, 2020· The French engineer, educated at École Centrale Paris, had previously spearheaded the Oyu Tolgoi copper megaproject in Mongolia and pushed out Rio Tinto’s developers in charge of the Simandou iron ore deposit in Guinea, a project he didn’t believe in. Jacques will leave the group on 31 March 2021, allowing the company time to find a successor.

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Rio Tinto awards contract for Western Australia’s WTS2

Rio Tinto has awarded an A$400m ($275m) contract towards the design and construction of the Western Turner Syncline phase two (WTS2) iron ore mine in Western Australia’s Pilbara region. The contract was awarded to Mondium, a joint venture (JV) comprising two Perth-based companies in Monadelphous and Lycopodium.

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Rio Tinto construction of Koodaideri flies ahead as

Nov 06, 2020· Rio Tinto has opened Western Australia’s newest airport for the Koodaideri iron ore project in the Pilbara ahead of the mine's production ramp up in 2022.

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Rio Tinto zeroes in on Minu copper plans Australian Mining

Rio Tinto plans to reach first production at the Winu copper-gold project in Western Australia in 2023, and is progressing discussions with the Traditional Owners to achieve this.

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Iron ore mining in Western Australia Wikipedia

The bulk of iron ore production in Western Australia comes from the Pilbara region of the state. A number of mines however are also located in the Mid West and Kimberley regions as well as in the Wheatbelt.. The big two producers, Rio Tinto and BHP accounted for 90 percent of all iron ore production in the state in 2008-09, with the third-biggest producer being the Fortescue Metals Group.

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