- BHP has announced a record shareholder return of 175 US cents per share, equivalent to US$8.9 billion.
- The company, in FY2022, paid US$17.3 billion to government via taxes and royalties.
- Underlying EBITDA, as informed by BHP, stands at 65% margin.
Australian multinational mining, metals, natural gas petroleum public company, BHP Group Limited (ASX:BHP), on Tuesday (16 August 2022), shared its financial results and business updates for the financial year ended 30 June 2022.
BHP, in its report, mentioned that it will be paying a final dividend of 175 US cents per share or US$8.9 billion. This includes an additional amount of US$0.60 per share, surpassing the 50% minimum payout policy. Total cash dividends announced by the company stand at US$3.25 per share, equal to a whopping 77% payout ratio.