BlueScope announces green iron partnership with BHP, Rio Tinto

Connor Pearce
Updated February 9 2024 - 8:31pm, first published 12:25pm
BlueScope, Rio Tinto and BHP announced a partnership to explore green ironmaking in Port Kembla on Friday, February 9. L-R BHP WA iron ore president Tim Day, BlueScope chief executive Australia Tania Archibald and Rio Tinto iron ore chief Simon Trott. Picture by Adam McLean
BlueScope, Rio Tinto and BHP announced a partnership to explore green ironmaking in Port Kembla on Friday, February 9. L-R BHP WA iron ore president Tim Day, BlueScope chief executive Australia Tania Archibald and Rio Tinto iron ore chief Simon Trott. Picture by Adam McLean

BlueScope has partnered with Rio Tinto and BHP to decarbonise ironmaking but there is no guarantee a future electric smelting furnace will be located in Port Kembla.

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Connor Pearce

Connor Pearce

Journalist at Illawarra Mercury

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