Rio Tinto Limited

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As pioneers in mining and metals, we produce materials essential to human progress. Iron ore for steel. Aluminium for cars and smartphones. Copper for wind turbines, electric cars and the pipes that bring water to our home. Borates that help crops grow, titanium for paint – and diamonds that celebrate the best things in life. We work in about 35 countries – in mines, smelters and refineries, as well as in sales offices, data centres, research and development labs and with artificial intelligence. Our geologists explore the Earth’s wildest terrain. Our wildlife specialists work to protect and conserve grizzly bears in Canada and migratory shorebirds in Western Australia. Our marketing teams make sure our essential materials meet the specific needs of customers around the world. In Australia, our archaeologists work alongside Indigenous Australians to preserve 40,000-year-old rock art. We are home to one of the world’s largest robots and maybe one of the smallest – we call him Mark. We built a wind farm 200 kilometres south of the Arctic Circle to help power our diamond mine, and in 2018 became the only major mining company to stop producing fossil fuels, including coal. We want to be part of the solution to climate change, and believe we are. We aim to deliver superior returns to our shareholders throughout the cycle by meeting our customers’ needs, allocating capital with discipline, and investing in high-quality projects and in industries with solid, long-term fundamentals. We were founded in 1873, on the banks of the Rio Tinto river in Andalusia, Spain. We are proud of everything we have achieved. At Rio Tinto, we know our future is even brighter than our past.


Rio Tinto declares force majeure on Aussie alumina due to gas shortage
Rio Tinto suffers major incident with one of its autonomous iron ore trains
Steady as she goes: Rio Tinto's quarterly
Rio Tinto's annual share buyback battle
Rio Tinto maintains 2024 targets with slight rise in WA iron ore output
Rio Tinto's 2023 mining advancements and green commitments
Rio Tinto to invest over half a billion dollars in Pilbara iron ore mine
Rio Tinto retains top spot in iron ore shipments
Rio Tinto's 2024 iron ore shipment forecast and production update
Rio Tinto's silent surge in western Australia's lithium frontier
Tuesday Is News Day for Rio Tinto
Greatland-Rio Tinto JV Elbowing In on Havieron
Rio Tinto Sizes Up its Lithium Play Options
Rio Tinto Off and Running for FY23
Sag in Iron Ore Price Doesn't Miss Rio
Vale Woes Keep Rio Atop the Iron Ore Heap
Rio Numbers Strong but Well off their Peak
China Weakness Means Flat Iron Ore Profile for Rio
Rio Spending Big to Cut Out the Carbs
Turquoise Minorities Move Set to Blow Up in Rio's Face
Rio Ties Up Turquoise Hill Loose Ends
Sluggish Ore Division a Drag for Rio Tinto
Rio Tinto Digging Deeper into Canada
Renewables Allowing Miners to Stretch Horizons
Turquoise Hill Now a Battle of Wills
Smooth Sailing for Rio Despite Minor Miner Dissent
Turquoise Hill Finally Gives Rio Offer the Green Light
Rio No Lamb when it Comes to Mongolian Interests
Crunch Time for Rio with Turquoise Hill
Rio Sets Poor Tone for Resource Major Earnings
Ore Numbers Hold for Now but Cliff Beckons for Rio
Rio Talking Up Prospects of New Pilbara Ore Mine
Pilbara Ore Weakens for Rio, No Word on Jandar
Serbian Status Quo Leaves Rio in Limbo
Rio Sweating on Serbian Election Outcome
Rio Tinto Cleared to Resume Simandou Operations in Guinea
Rio to Mop Up Turquoise Hill Ownership
Guinea Iron Ore Project Turns Foul for Rio
Records Galore in Rio Tinto Result
Costly Sins of the Fossil Fuel Father Bite ERA
Serbia Revokes Rio's Lithium Licenses
Setback for Rio at Serbian Lithium Project
Iron Ore, Copper Still Problematic for Rio
RIO Wipes Mongolian Oyu Tolgoi JV Debt
Renewed Pressure on Prices Hits Iron Ore Majors
Rio Accelerates Emissions-Reduction Agenda
Green Pivot Continues for BHP, RIO
Rio Shareholders Hit Pay Dirt with Huge Dividend
Rio Still World's Top Ore Producer
High Expectations For Rio Tinto Cash Flow
Elements, Circumstances Undermine Rio
Material Matters: Metals, Oil & OPEC
Rio Sees Solid Quarterly Lift in Ore Shipments
Rio Ahead of the Curve on Climate Change
More Heads Roll at Rio from Juukan Fallout
Rio Announces Biggest Profit in a Decade