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Mt Arthur should be the jewel in BHP's NSW crown

THE decision BHP took to run a managed process to cease mining at its Mt Arthur thermal coal mine by the end of the 2029-30 financial year will be a blow to the region, the state of New South Wales and ultimately the company itself.

BHP’s decision to exit Mt Arthur sends the wrong signal to investors and governments.

BHP’s decision to exit Mt Arthur sends the wrong signal to investors and governments.

BHP's December quarterly report bears testament to the mine's potential to remain a cornerstone of thermal coal production in NSW.     Mt Arthur is the state's most productive coal mine and a tier one...

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