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More miners to get out of coal: WoodMac

DIVERSIFIED miners’ exodus from thermal coal will continue with Anglo American and BHP looking for buyers of their thermal coal assets, according to industry analyst Wood Mackenzie.

Companies like BHP would continue to lead the way in divestment of mines such as Mt Arthur in NSW.

Companies like BHP would continue to lead the way in divestment of mines such as Mt Arthur in NSW.

Wood Mackenzie global head of multi-commodity research James Whiteside said energy companies would continue to lead the way in divestment and diversification to manage emissions risk. "Investor pressure...

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