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1917 (Johannesburg) (Anglo American Corporation) 1999 (London) (Anglo American plc)

Headquarters London, United Kingdom Johannesburg, South Africa

Area served

Worldwide

Key people

Sir John Parker ( Chairman
Chairman
of the Board) Mark Cutifani (CEO)[1]

Products Copper, diamonds, iron ore, metallurgical coal, nickel, platinum and thermal coal

Revenue US$26.243 billion (2017)[2]

Operating income

US$5.242 billion (2017)[2]

Net income

US$4.059 billion (2017)[2]

Number of employees

Approximately 135,000 (December 2015)[3]

Subsidiaries De Beers

Website www.angloamerican.com

Anglo American plc
Anglo American plc
is a multinational mining company based in Johannesburg, South Africa
South Africa
and London, United Kingdom. It is the world's largest producer of platinum, with around 40% of world output, as well as being a major producer of diamonds, copper, nickel, iron ore and metallurgical and thermal coal.[4][5] The company has operations in Africa, Asia, Australasia, Europe, North America and South America.[6] Anglo American has a primary listing on the London Stock Exchange
London Stock Exchange
and is a constituent of the FTSE 100 Index. The company has a secondary listing on the Johannesburg
Johannesburg
Stock Exchange.[5] In December 2015 the company announced that after a US$3 billion loss in the first half of 2015, it would be undergoing a restructure, including the loss of 85,000 jobs out of 135,000.

Contents

1 History

1.1 1917 to 1990 1.2 1990 to 2010 1.3 2010 to present

2 Operations 3 See also 4 References 5 External links

History[edit] 1917 to 1990[edit] Sir Ernest Oppenheimer
Ernest Oppenheimer
founded the Anglo American Corporation
Corporation
in 1917 in Johannesburg, South Africa, with financial backing from the American bank J.P. Morgan & Co. and £1 million raised from UK and US sources to start the gold mining company. This fact is reflected in the name of the company.[7] The AAC became the majority stakeholder in the De Beers
De Beers
company in 1926, a company formerly controlled by Alfred Beit, also a Jewish-German émigré.[8] During 1945, the AAC moved into the coal industry by acquiring Coal Estates. Twelve years later, Sir Ernest died in Johannesburg
Johannesburg
and the company was succeeded by his son, Harry Oppenheimer, who also became chairman of De Beers. In the late 1940s and 1950s, the AAC focused on the development of the Free State goldfields (seven major mines simultaneously) and the Vaal Reefs mine. The success of the mines enabled the company to become the world’s largest gold-mining group.[9] In 1961, the AAC expanded outside of southern Africa for the first time and became a major investor in the Hudson Bay Mining
Mining
and Smelting Company in Canada. In 1967, the company moved into the steel industry by acquiring Scaw Metals. From 1967 to 1975, it continued to grow and established a number of ventures, including the Mondi Group
Mondi Group
(timber, pulp and paper), Amgold (later AngloGold Ashanti) and then Amcoal (through the consolidation of several of its mining operations in South Africa
South Africa
and later known as Anglo Coal and in 2010 changed to Anglo Thermal). In 1982, Harry Oppenheimer retired as chairman of the AAC and was succeeded by Gavin Relly. Two years later, Oppenheimer retired from De Beers
De Beers
and passed the chairmanship to Julian Ogilvie Thompson,[10] who in 1990 also became chairman and chief executive of the AAC.[11] 1990 to 2010[edit]

Sculptures outside Anglo American offices in London

Anglo American Corporation
Corporation
merged with Minorco on May 24, 1999 to form Anglo American plc
Anglo American plc
with its primary listing on the London
London
Stock Exchange and a secondary listing on the Johannesburg
Johannesburg
Stock Exchange.[12] Its gold mining operations were spun off into the separate AngloGold corporation, which in 2004 merged with the Ashanti Goldfields Corporation
Corporation
to form AngloGold Ashanti. Anglo American reduced its stake in AngloGold Ashanti
AngloGold Ashanti
to 16.6 percent in 2008.[13] In 2000, Julian Ogilvie Thompson
Julian Ogilvie Thompson
retired as chief executive of Anglo American and was succeeded by Tony Trahar. Ogilvie Thompson also retired as chairman in 2002 and was replaced by Sir Mark Moody-Stuart. In the same year, Anglo American acquired Tarmac, a supplier of building materials,[14] and Shell Petroleum Company’s Australian coal assets[15] In 2001, De Beers
De Beers
was privatised after being a listed company for more than 70 years.[16] In 2002, South Africa’s Mining
Mining
Charter was approved[17] and Anglo American and other mining companies with operations in the country were mandated to transfer a percentage of their South African production to historically disadvantaged South Africans.[18] From 2002 to July 2008 Anglo American carried out black community economic empowerment transactions (across all businesses with operations in South Africa) totalling R26 billion.[19] Also, in 2002, Anglo Base Metals
Metals
acquired the Disputada copper operations in Chile from Exxon Mobil Corporation[20] and opened a representative office in Beijing, China.[21] In 2003, Anglo American acquired a major stake in iron ore producer Kumba Resources.[22] In 2007, Cynthia Carroll
Cynthia Carroll
succeeded Tony Trahar, becoming the first non-South African and first female chief executive of Anglo American.[23] The Mondi
Mondi
Group, a paper and packaging business, was also spun out in 2007.[24] During the next two years, Anglo American opened a representative office in New Delhi, India,[25] acquired control of the Michiquillay copper project in northern Peru and the MMX Minas-Rio and Amapa iron ore projects in Brazil[26] and later acquired stakes in the Pebble copper project in Alaska.[27] Anglo American was also accused in 2007 of damaging environmental practices: in order to complete its planned Alaskan Pebble Mine
Pebble Mine
in collaboration with Northern Dynasty Minerals, the global mining giant may build a massive dam at the headwaters of the world's largest sockeye salmon fishery, which it would risk obliterating.[28] Opponents are also pointing to the use of cyanide, heavy metals, and acid mine drainage which can all have potentially devastating effects on the pristine environment of the Bristol Bay
Bristol Bay
area. Opponents of the Pebble Mine
Pebble Mine
created Ballot Measure 4 to impose additional water quality standards on new large-scale mines in the state. However, in August 2007, Alaskans voted against the initiative.[29] The Pebble Limited Partnership has not yet put forward a project proposal and is working to prepare a Prefeasibility Study for the project in the second half of 2009.[30] The mine proposal must still undergo environmental studies and the permitting process, including being subject to state and federal water protections.[31] In December 2013, Anglo American withdrew from the Pebble Limited Partnership.[32] 2010 to present[edit] Anglo American entered into talks in early November 2011, concluding on the 4th. The Oppenheimer family divested their remaining shares of De Beers, whereby Anglo American acquired an additional 40% stake for $5.1 billion, which increased Anglo American stake to 85%. This came at a time of increased labour strikes and international attention to Oppenheimer's involvement in blood and conflict diamonds.[33][34] Anglo American Plc. sold a 24.5 percent share in its Chilean copper unit for $5.39 billion to Japan's Mitsubishi Corporation
Mitsubishi Corporation
paid with a promissory note which is due on 10 November 2011. With this deal, the Anglo American Sur complex was valued at $22 billion.[35] In November 2012, Anglo completed the sale of steel maker Scaw South Africa Ltd unit and its connected companies for a total of 3.4 billion rand in cash.[36] In July 2014, Anglo American said it was disposing of its 50% shareholding in Lafarge Tarmac, a building materials joint venture, to cement maker Lafarge SA for a value of not less than £885 million ($1.5 billion).[37] The sale of Anglo American's 50% stake in Lafarge was subsequently completed in July 2015 for $1.6 billion.[38] In October 2014, Anglo American's Minas-Rio iron ore project in Brazil, began operating and shipping ore.[39] In July 2015, the company announced they would cut 53,000 jobs (35% of their employees) and that in the first half of 2015 they had a financial loss of US$3 Billion.[40] In early December 2015 Anglo announced that, as part of a company restructure, they would be cutting 85,000 mining jobs worldwide, nearly two thirds of its current work force of 135,000.[3] Three businesses will be created by the merger of six divisions. The company has its Dawson, Foxleigh and Callide coal mines in Central Queensland for sale. Dartbrook coal mine in the Hunter Valley
Hunter Valley
in New South Wales is also for sale. Investors stock dividends were suspended. Anglo shares then dropped to a record low on the London Stock Exchange
London Stock Exchange
after falling more than 12 per cent.[41] In March 2017, British Indian industrialist Anil Agarwal purchased 11% of the company through his family trust Volcan.[42] In September he took the holding to 20% through another purchase worth about $1.5 billion.[43] In 2017, it sold the Eskom-linked thermal coal operations in South Africa for $166 million, marking an important step in the mining giant’s strategic overhaul to sharpen its focus on three commodities.[44] Operations[edit] The company focuses on natural resources with six core businesses: Kumba Iron Ore; Iron Ore Brazil; Coal (thermal and metallurgical); Base metals (Copper, Nickel, Niobium, Phosphates); Platinum; Diamonds, through De Beers, in which it owns an 85% share.[45][46] The paper and packaging business Mondi Group
Mondi Group
was spun out in 2007.[47] Anglo American entered into talks in November 2011 with the Oppenheimer family to divest the remaining Oppenheimer share of De Beers, an additional 40% stake for $5.1 billion, which would increase Anglo American stake to 85%. This came at a time of increased labour strikes and international attention to Oppenheimer's involvement in blood and conflict diamonds.[48] In 2008, the company had 105,000 permanent employees and 39,000 contract employees in its managed operations located in 45 countries.[49] Anglo American's biggest project, in recent times, was the Minas-Rio iron ore project in Brazil; it faced delays and high costs, but in December 2010 Anglo American gained a key license from the government that would allow work to start.[50][51] Production is initially expected to be 26.5Mt/y; iron ore would be sent through a 525 km slurry pipeline to the Port of Açu[52] As of October 2014, Minas-Rio is operational and shipping ore.[39] In 2008, Anglo American (excluding De Beers) spent $212 million on exploring 21 countries for resources including copper, nickel, niobium phosphates and zinc.[53] The two main types of exploration for the company are greenfield and brownfield with nearly 70% devoted to greenfield projects.[54] Anglo American, along with De Beers, backed the manufacturing of a superconducting quantum interference device (SQUID) to help improve the sensitivity of exploration surveys.[55] Anglo American established Boart Products South Africa
South Africa
Limited in 1936 (later named Boart International) to turn the company’s stockpile of boart, or low-grade natural diamonds, into drilling products.[56] This initiative resulted in the development of the first mechanically set diamond drill bit and later led to additional research into cutting and abrasive tools.[57] With a significant number of operations and employees in South Africa, Anglo American faces the HIV/AIDS challenge on a large scale.[58] In response, it runs a workplace program for HIV/AIDS testing and counselling.[59] In 2002, it started to provide antiretroviral drugs for employees with AIDS.[60] See also[edit]

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List of mining companies Mineral Policy Institute Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative International
International
Council on Mining
Mining
and Metals United Nations Global Compact

References[edit]

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Lafarge Tarmac
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External links[edit]

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