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BHP CEO says supply disruptions may last years; may speed up Jansen project

Mike Henry said that the Anglo-Australian miner may accelerate its Jansen potash project in Canada by a year, as Russia's invasion of Ukraine has tightened supplies

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Supply chain disruptions in the mining sector could take up to three years to resolve, the chief executive of the world's largest listed miner BHP Group said on Tuesday.

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Supply chain disruptions in the mining sector could take up to three years to resolve, the chief executive of the world's largest listed miner BHP Group said on Tuesday.
 
Mike Henry also said that the Anglo-Australian miner may accelerate its Jansen potash project in Canada by a year, as Russia's invasion of Ukraine has tightened supplies.
 
"Both Ukraine and COVID-19 have led to lowered expectations for Chinese and global GDP growth in the near term," Henry said at the Bank of America Global Metals, Mining & Steel Conference.
 
"We also expect that the current supply chain disruptions may also take

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First Published: May 17 2022 | 10:49 PM IST

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