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South Flank opens

THE ribbon has been cut on BHP’s 80 million tonne per annum South Flank iron ore operation in Western Australia’s Pilbara, which is a replacement for its Yandi mine.

 South Flank has officially been opened.

South Flank has officially been opened.

The Yandi mine, a stalwart of the WA iron ore industry, is already ramping down production. BHP took the decision to make the US$3.6 billion investment in South Flank in 2018 and generated first ore...

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