Fortescue Metals Group will go to the WA Supreme Court to challenge the Economic Regulation Authority's decision to allow third-party access to FMG's Pilbara railway.
Brockman Mining would need to pay between 55 cents and $2.04 per tonne if it gains access to Fortescue Metals Group’s Pilbara railway, following a ruling by the state’s Economic Regulation Authority.
The dispute over access to Fortescue Metals Group’s Pilbara rail line appears destined for arbitration after Economic Regulation Authority chairman Lyndon Rowe said there was little his agency could d
A 10-year old commitment by Fortescue Metals Group to the state government has come back to bite the iron ore miner, after it was told it must commence negotiations for third-party access to its Pilba
Fortescue Metals Group says its Pilbara rail network is at capacity and any move to allow Brockman Mining access would result in reduced state iron ore royalties and federal taxes, and ultimately lead
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