We produce iron ore for steel, aluminium for cars and smart phones, copper for wind turbines, diamonds that set the standard for “responsible”, titanium for household products and borates for crops that feed the world
Rio Tinto is a mining and metals company operating in about 36 countries around the world
We produce materials essential for human progress
Iron ore, one of the most abundant metals on Earth, is the primary raw material used to make steel
We work in about 36 countries – in mines, smelters and refineries, as well as in sales offices, data centres, research and development labs
Oyu Tolgoi is one of the largest known copper and gold deposits in the world. It is also one of the most modern, safe and sustainable operations in the world
We work hard to leave a lasting, positive legacy everywhere we work
We are taking action to support our employees and communities as the COVID-19 situation evolves
We aim to deliver superior returns to our shareholders while safeguarding the environment and meeting our obligations to wider society
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In the Pilbara region of Western Australia, we own an integrated portfolio of iron ore assets: a world-class, integrated network of 16 mines
Our Weipa operations in Far North Queensland includes three bauxite mines, processing facilities, shiploaders, an export wharf, two ports, power stations, a rail network and ferry terminals.
Yarwun shipped its first alumina in late 2004 and today produces more than three million tonnes of alumina per year.
Dampier Salt Limited, located in Western Australia and comprising three solar salt operations – Dampier, Port Hedland and Lake MacLeod – is the world’s largest exporter of seaborne salt.
Our Gove Operations have been supplying the global aluminium industry with world-class bauxite for more than 40 years.
Operating since 1955, Bell Bay holds a unique place in Tasmanian and Australian history as the first aluminium smelter in the Southern Hemisphere.
Boyne Smelters Limited has been operating since 1982 and is Australia’s second largest aluminium smelter.
One of the world’s largest producers of diamonds and the largest supplier of natural coloured diamonds and the rare and the highly-coveted Argyle pink and red diamonds
Energy Resources of Australia Ltd is one of Australia’s largest producers of uranium.