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Shell Names Former BHP Boss Mackenzie As Chairman

Mackenzie, a British national born in 1956, will take over as the Anglo-Dutch company undergoes a major overhaul focused on low-carbon businesses and power trading and reducing its greenhouse emissions by mid-century.

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Rio Tinto Chairman, Director, To Step Down After Rock Shelter Destruction

The destruction of the 46,000-year-old Juukan Gorge rock shelters last year sparked a public and investor uproar that led to the resignation of then CEO Jean-Sebastien Jacques and two deputies.

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Rio Tinto Board Could Face Pressure On Indigenous Broken Promise Claim

The destruction last year of the 46,000-year-old Juukan Gorge rock shelters, while legal, sparked a public and investor uproar that led to the resignation of then CEO Jean-Sebastien Jacques and two deputies, and a promise by Rio Tinto to repair ties.

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Investors Back Overhaul Of Australian Mining Sector Following Caves Inquiry

The interim review into how global miner Rio legally destroyed the sites in May recommended it pay restitution to the traditional owners, and also that the industry improve how it obtains consent from Aboriginal groups to impact heritage sites on their ancestral lands.

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BHP Sought To Disturb Cultural Sites Even After Concerns Raised

The inquiry is investigating Rio Tinto's legal detonation in May of sacred and historically significant rockshelters for an iron ore mine at Juukan Gorge in Western Australia's Pilbara region.

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Pressure Mounts For Rio Board After Australian Cave Blast Review

Investors say Rio's missteps have fuelled concern about the firm's culture and the ability of staff to flag concerns to managers, as well as whether the board review fell short of community standards.

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Investors Call For Greater Rio Accountability Over Destroyed Ancient Caves

Jacques told the inquiry that neither he nor other senior leaders had read a key archaeological report outlining the significance of a rockshelter showing continual human habitation before the last ice age 46,000 years ago.

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India May Auction Diamond Mine Abandoned By Rio Tinto

India will auction a diamond project that global miner Rio Tinto is abandoning, or allocate it to a state firm, the mines secretary said on Tuesday, adding that the government would move fast to tap the resource

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India Plans First-ever Auction For Diamond Mine Soon

India began auctioning mines such as coal, iron ore and bauxite after a raft of legal battles over illegal allocation of resources

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India Delays Plans To Open Up Coal Sector To Private Firms

The world's third-largest coal importer wants private companies to contribute about a third of an annual production target of 1.5 billion tonnes by 2020

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