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Mining is facing a major shortage of the digital skills it needs, and must step up or lose out to the "cool kids" of Google and Amazon, a BHP Group executive said on Thursday. Miners are increasingly reliant on computing heft to manage tasks such as automated truck fleets, and using artificial intelligence to delve into reams of data and discover the next big deposit, said Chief Technology Officer Laura Tyler. "We need more technologists, more data scientists and more mathematicians," she told a Melbourne Mining Club lunch, according to a prepared speech.
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BHP Group (BHP) has made a revised offer to OZ Minerals Limited in a bid to enhance its exposure to copper and nickel and capitalize on their growing demand.
Australia-based BHP Group (NYSE:BHP), a leading player in minerals, oil, and gas, recently stepped up its offer to buy mining company OZ Minerals, taking the bid to $6.34 billion. The company has been eyeing ramping up production of copper and nickel as demand for electric vehicles (EVs) keeps rising (the two metals are key components of EV development). Also, increased copper and nickel production will aid in the development of wind turbines and solar farms. OZ Minerals operates two copper-and-gold mines in South Australia and one in Brazil. The ability to access them is expected to be a big victory for BHP.
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BHP Group Ltd (NYSE: BHP) has raised its offer for OZ Minerals Limited (OTC: OZMLF) to value the Australian miner at A$9.6 billion ($6.34 billion). Earlier, BHP offered to pay A$25/share. OZ Minerals said it intends to recommend that shareholders vote to favor BHP's revised offer. A completed deal would represent BHP's largest acquisition since 2011 when it bought Petrohawk Energy Corp for more than $12 billion, Wall Street Journal writes. In August, BHP Group was rebuffed in its A$8.34 billion