BHP Seeks Approval for $400-Million Natural Gas Project in Northern Chile

- November 21st, 2012

Mining Weekly reported that BHP Billiton has submitted plans for environmental impact approval for a $400-million natural gas plant project, which BHP intends to use to power its other mines in the area.

Mining Weekly reported that BHP Billiton has submitted plans for environmental impact approval for a $400-million natural gas plant project, which BHP intends to use to power its other mines in the area.

As quoted in the market report:

BHP Billiton decided to modify its Kelar project – which originally included the installation and operation of two coal-fired thermoelectric units – to ensure the supply of energy for its operations in a cleaner and more sustainable manner,” the company said in a statement.

To view the whole Mining Weekly report, click here.

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