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Crusher for Newman's Western Ridge

BHP will spend up to $1.4 billion on a 30 million tonne per annum primary crusher and 12km overland conveyor to access deposits to replace production from depleting Newman orebodies.

 Pilbara landscape

Pilbara landscape

First production from the Western Ridge crusher is expected in 2027. BHP has been mining at Newman since 1968 when it was still known as Mount Whaleback. With the Newman east and west deposits close...

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