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Congestion is a perennial challenge inside the tight confines of Port Hedland’s harbour. Photo: Pilbara Ports Authority.

Access issues to the fore amid Hedland shipping squeeze

If, as seems likely, port access is the primary motivation behind Fortescue Metals Group and Hancock Prospecting’s raids on the share register of Atlas Iron, then it might be time for the federal and Western Australian governments to take a fresh look at the country’s most important export facility – Port Hedland.

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Share Price

Closing price for the last 90 trading days
Source: Morningstar

BN30 Index

Index = 100 as of 4 Jan 2016
Source: Morningstar

Total Shareholder Return as at 31/05/18

1 year TSR5 year TSR
105thAtlas Iron122%-47%
148thMineral Resources90%21%
230thSouth3249%0%
276thNorthern Star Resources35%54%
441stFortescue Metals Group4%12%
723 WA (and selected non WA) listed companies ranked by 1 year TSR relative to other companies with similar revenue
Source: Morningstar

Share Transactions

20/02/18
$0 Issued
19/02/18
$0 Other
19/02/18
$0 Other
Total value as at the date of the transaction
Source: Morningstar

Revenue

1st-Fortescue Metals Group$10,999.7m
2nd-South32$9,392.9m
4th-Mineral Resources$1,470.4m
5th↓Atlas Iron$896.6m
6th↓Northern Star Resources$850.6m
507 listed resources companies ranked by revenue.
Source: Morningstar

Remuneration from Fortescue Metals Group

571stMark Barnaba$223k
674thSharon Warburton$170k
732ndElizabeth Gaines$161k
Ranked by total remuneration from all listed WA companies

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