BHP Billiton Ltd. Chief Executive Officer Andrew Mackenzie said the Jansen potash project in Canada must meet “certain criteria” if it’s to proceed as the world’s biggest mining company cuts billions of dollars of capital spending.
BHP Billiton Ltd., the world’s biggest mining company, expects “long-term” price declines for its commodities as slower economic expansion in China weighs on demand, Chief Executive Officer Marius Kloppers said.
When BHP Billiton Ltd.’s new chief executive officer Andrew Mackenzie got his doctorate in chemistry in 1980, the ground-breaking research attracted the attention of oil producers including Chevron Corp.
BHP Billiton Ltd. Chief Executive Officer Marius Kloppers, under investor scrutiny following the failure of three deals, bought himself some time by waiving his bonus after lopping $2.84 billion off the value of BHP’s shale gas assets. The question is, how much?
BHP Billiton Ltd. Chief Executive Officer Marius Kloppers flew to Chicago to deliver the letter containing his $40 billion offer to Potash Corp. of Saskatchewan Inc. CEO Bill Doyle . The reply was a blunt rejection.