BHP Billiton's Western Australia Iron Ore site has secured the right to develop two additional berths in the Inner Harbour.
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WAIO stands for Western Australia Iron Ore
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Ltd have approved the pre-commitment funding for the outer harbour facility associated with the Western Australia iron ore operations, which are run as joint ventures with BHP Billiton (Australia & UK).
Production was higher than the June 2009 quarter, reflecting improved performance at Western Australia Iron Ore and all three pellet plants at Samarco (Brazil) operating since July 2009," BHP said in a statement.
BHP noted that it secured the approval from the Western Australian government and the Port Hedland Port Authority in order to construct 2 two additional berths in the inner harbor, which is expected to allow it to expand production from Western Australia Iron Ore beyond the current 240 million tonnes per annum.