7 Feb 2019
Fortescue Metals Group Chief Operating Officer Greg Lilleyman and Chief Financial Officer Ian Wells today joined business and government leaders across Australia to sell copies of The Big Issue and raise the profile of the magazine.
31 Jan 2019
Fortescue Metals Group’s latest CEO for a Day, Joshua-George Reys, joined Fortescue’s Chief Executive Officer, Elizabeth Gaines and the Core Leadership Team for the launch of the Company’s December FY18 quarterly production report.
27 Dec 2018
Hundreds of family members flew to the Pilbara to join loved ones working at Fortescue’s mining operations over the festive season.
17 Dec 2018
The maiden shipment of Fortescue Metals Group’s new 60.1% iron content product West Pilbara Fines, has left Herb Elliott Port in Port Hedland bound for Hunan Valin Steel Co., Ltd (Hunan Valin) in China.
4 Dec 2018
Fortescue Metals Group has officially named the first two tugs in its new fleet, FMG Hammerhead and FMG Mako, at a ceremony at Damen Song Cam Shipyard in Hai Phong, Vietnam.
30 Nov 2018
Fortescue Metals Group has welcomed the passing of Australia’s Modern Slavery Act as an important step in harnessing the power of Australian business to eradicate modern slavery in global supply chains.
30 Nov 2018
Fortescue Metals Group has been successfully recruiting former Defence Force personnel for trades roles at its mine sites in the Pilbara. Since the launch of the program in August 2018, 51 veterans have commenced work at Fortescue’s operations as heavy diesel mechanics.
27 Nov 2018
Fortescue Metals Group Chief Executive Officer, Elizabeth Gaines, together with the Company’s Core Leadership Team, will host Investor and Media Tours in the Pilbara this week.
23 Nov 2018
Fortescue Metals Group (Fortescue) is proud to support White Ribbon Day as Fortescue team members joined the Port Hedland community for the annual White Ribbon Day march.
22 Nov 2018
Fortescue Metals Group Founder and Chairman, Andrew Forrest AO, joined the Chief Executive Officer of the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO), Dr Larry Marshall, to announce a landmark partnership to capitalise on the economic opportunities associated with hydrogen and support the development of a competitive hydrogen industry in Australia.
15 Nov 2018
Fortescue’s Founder and Chairman, Andrew Forrest AO joined Chief Executive Officer Elizabeth Gaines, the Fortescue Board of Directors and shareholders for the 15th Annual General Meeting of Fortescue Metals Group.
6 Nov 2018
Fortescue Metals Group is signing eight Memoranda of Understanding (MOUs) with major Chinese steel mills on the sidelines of the inaugural China International Import Expo (CIIE).
25 Oct 2018
Fortescue Metals Group’s latest CEO for a Day, Leon Monaghan joined Fortescue Chief Executive Officer, Elizabeth Gaines and the Core Leadership Team for the launch of the Company’s September FY19 Quarterly Production Report.
16 Oct 2018
Fortescue Metals Group today welcomed the final vessel in the Company’s ore carrier fleet, FMG Northern Spirit, with a naming ceremony in Port Hedland.
17 Sep 2018
Fortescue Metals Group has awarded contracts valued at over A$6 million to two West Australian Aboriginal businesses, as part of the Company’s pioneering Billion Opportunities program.
14 Sep 2018
Fortescue Metals Group team members have once again tested their nerves, by going over the edge of Perth’s tallest building in support of sick children and their families.
5 Sep 2018
Over 100 volunteers came together for Fortescue Metals Group’s annual Roebourne Working Bee to revitalise Roebourne District High School’s grounds with painting, landscaping repairs and maintenance.
4 Sep 2018
Fortescue Metals Group’s Pilbara Community Hockey Program finished on a high with a series of hockey carnivals held in in Roebourne, Yandeyarra and Port Hedland.
3 Sep 2018
Fortescue Metals Group is celebrating a decade of investing in local communities, with applications now open for the next round of the Community Grant Program.
21 Aug 2018
An article by Patrick Durkin in today’s Australian Financial Review, citing research by Melbourne University’s Centre for Corporate Governance and Regulation, incorrectly states that Fortescue CEO Elizabeth Gaines’ salary in FY18 was A$9.737 million.