Olympic Dam - BHP jobs

Olympic Dam – BHP mining Jobs

 

Despite a decision to put on hold the expansion of the Olympic Dam, BHP Billiton has 20 other major mining projects currently in stages of development in Australia, with a combined budget of US$22.8 billion. BHP Billiton is largely committed for the 2013 financial year. No major mining project approvals are expected over this timeframe. The majority of the Group`s high quality projects in progress are scheduled to deliver first production before the end of the 2015 financial year.

BHP Billiton Australian mine projects approvals in 2012

Here, in alphabetical order, are BHP Billiton`s current mining ventures in all states of Australia.

    • Appin, New South Wales

    • Area C mine, Western Australia

    • Bass Strait, Victoria, 50% owned

    • Broadmeadow, Queensland

    • Cannington, Queensland

    • Dendrobium, New South Wales

    • Eastern Ridge, Western Australia

    • Elouera, New South Wales

    • Goonyella Riverside, Queensland

    • Gregory/Crinum, Queensland

    • Griffin, Western Australia, 45% owned

    • Groote Eylandt, Northern Territory

    • Hunter Valley, New South Wales

    • Jimblebar, Western Australia

    • Kalgoorlie, Western Australia

    •  Kambalda, Western Australia

    • Kwinana, Western Australia

    • Leinster, Western Australia

    • Minerva Offshore, Victoria 90% owned

    • Mount Keith, Western Australia

    • North West Shelf Venture, Western Australia 16.67% LNG phase, 8.33% domestic gas phase

    • Norwich Park, Queensland

    • Olympic Dam, South Australia

    • Orebodies 18, 23 and 25 mine, Western Australia

    • Peak Downs, Queensland

    • Port Headland, Western Australia

    • Saraji, Queensland

    • Temco George Town, Tasmania

    • West Cliff, New South Wales

    • Worsley, Western Australia
    • Yabulu, Queensland , nickel refinery

    • Yandi mine, Western Australia

BHP Billiton Mining Jobs

Current BHP Mining Jobs can be found here: BHP Billiton Mining Jobs.

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