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Baosteel and Aurizon bid for Aquila could transform the Pilbara

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09 May 2014

Baosteel and Aurizon bid for Aquila could transform the Pilbara

Report summary

Baosteel and Aurizon's bid to acquire Aquila Resources has the potential to transform the iron ore industry. If successful, the deal will be the catalyst for multi-user iron ore rail and port infrastructure to be developed in Western Australia's Pilbara region, paving the way for a host of small and medium iron ore projects to be developed.

Table of contents

  • Executive summary
  • Deal summary
  • Baosteel to progress project development
  • Infrastructure is key for Aurizon
  • Multi-user rail changes the economics of the Pilbara
    • Third party users crucial for infrastructure development
    • Are existing owners as commited to development as Baosteel and Aurizon?
    • Lack of previous experience developing ports is a concern

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  • West Pilbara Iron Ore Project
  • Eagle Downs coking coal project

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