Mineral Resources managing director Chris Ellison

MinRes rails against port charges

Mid-tier iron ore miner Mineral Resources has criticised port charges after digging into its stockpiles to export 2.8 million tonnes in the December quarter.

MinRes, which aggressively pursued increased exports to 10.4mt in the 2013-14 financial year, an increase of 93 per cent, will present its financial report for the December quarter in February.

Managing director Chris Ellison used its latest activities report to criticise the state government and port authorities over charges for the use of the Kwinana Bulk Terminal 2 and Port Hedland’s Utah Point, where its Yilgarn and Pilbara operations export from.


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Total Shareholder Return as at 31/03/17

1 year TSR5 year TSR
141stRCR Tomlinson129%11%
192ndMineral Resources86%3%
195thMonadelphous Group83%-5%
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5th↓Monadelphous Group$1,371.6m
7th-Mineral Resources$1,183.7m
9th↓RCR Tomlinson$892.8m
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Remuneration from Mineral Resources

13thChris Ellison$2.918m
30thBruce Goulds$1.543m
41stBob Gavranich$1.323m
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