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Goldsworthy iron ore mine

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03 December 2015

Goldsworthy iron ore mine

Report summary

Goldsworthy was a small capacity surface mine complex in Western Australia's Pilbara region that closed in 2014. BHP Billiton owns 85% of Goldsworthy; the remaining 8% and 7% of Goldsworthy is owned by joint venture partners, Itochu and Mitsui respectively. Goldsworthy commenced production in 1966 and was a cluster of mining operations at Shay Gap, Nimingarra and Sunrise Hill. It was closed in 2014 as it was BHP's highest cost mine.

Table of contents

  • Summary
    • Participation
    • Production
    • Production
    • Operations
    • Infrastructure
    • Cash costs
    • Cash costs
    • Capital costs
    • Product quality
    • Economic assumptions

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  • Detail map
  • Marketable reserves (at 01/01/2015)

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