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Unlocking our full potential, disciplined growth for a sustainable future

In 2018, we continued to deliver on our clear commitments. Anglo American today is a fundamentally different business – in terms of enhanced performance, financial resilience and returns – and unlocking our full potential is the ultimate objective.

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Revenue
$ 27.6bn
Previous year: $ 26.2bn
Underlying EBITDA
$ 9.2bn
Previous year: $ 8.8bn
Operating profit
$ 6.1bn
Previous year: $ 5.5bn
Underlying earnings per share
$ 2.55
Previous year: $ 2.57
Net debt
$ 2.8bn
Previous year: $ 4.5bn
Total dividends per share
$ 1.00
Previous year: $ 1.02
Attributable free cash flow
$ 3.2bn
Previous year: $ 4.9bn
Group attributable ROCE
19%
Previous year: 19%

Statements

Stuart Chambers

Chairman

Stuart Chambers

Chairman

Bsc, Chairman since November 2017; a non-executive director since September 2017

25/05/1956

"Anglo American has long been known as a leader in responsible mining, with numerous examples of progressive and bold business decisions across many decades."

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Mark Cutifani

Chief executive

Mark Cutifani

Chief executive

BE (Mining Engineering), Chief Executive since April 2013

02/05/1958

"We have materially transformed the scope and quality of our asset portfolio and our operating and financial performance as a whole. Anglo American today is amongst the performance leaders in the industry."

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Our purpose and strategy

We're a leading global mining company with a world-class portfolio of mining and processing operations and undeveloped resources. Our purpose is to re-imagine mining to improve people's lives.

Our strategy is to secure, develop and operate a portfolio of high quality and long-life resource assets, from which we will deliver leading shareholder returns. We achieve this through innovative practices and technologies – in the hands of our world-class people – towards a common purpose.

Our portfolio

Unlocking our potential in copper: Quellaveco case study

Copper is set to continue as one of the most essential industrial metals as society addresses climate change, energy efficiency and the raising of living standards for the world's fast-growing population of consumers.

Quellaveco is one of the world's largest, undeveloped copper deposits.

Located in Peru, Quellaveco boasts ore reserves of 1.3 billion tons, containing an estimated 7.5 million tons of copper at an average grade of 0.57% total copper (TCu).

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Operational highlights

De Beers

We own 85% of De Beers, the world's leading diamond company, with the remaining 15% owned by the Govt. Of the Republic of Botswana. De Beers operates across all key parts of the value chain, including exploration, production, sorting, valuing and selling of rough diamonds, and the marketing and retailing of polished diamond jewellery.

Revenue $ 6.1bn Revenue
Unit costs $ 60 / carat Unit costs
Number of retail outlets > 2,400 Number of retail outlets

Copper

In Chile, we have interests in two operations: a 50.1% interest in Los Bronces mine, which we manage and operate, and a 44% share in Collahuasi mine; we also manage and operate the El Soldado mine and Chagres smelter, where we have a 50.1% interest in both. In Peru, we have a 60% interest in Quellaveco project (approved for development).

Underlying EBITDA $ 1.9bn Underlying EBITDA
Increase in underlying EBITDA 23% Increase in underlying EBITDA
Increase in production 15% Increase in production

PGMs

We are a leading producer of platinum group metals. The majority of our operations are located in the Bushveld Complex in South Africa; we also own and operate Unki mine on the Great Dyke formation in Zimbabwe.

Increase in underlying EBITDA 23% Increase in underlying EBITDA
Underlying EBITDA $ 1.1bn Underlying EBITDA
Return on capital employed 15% Return on capital employed

Iron Ore

Anglo American's iron ore operations provide customers with high iron content ore, a large percentage of which is direct-charge product for blast furnaces. In South Africa, we have a majority share (69.7%) in Kumba Iron Ore, while in Brazil we have developed the integrated Minas-Rio operation.

Increase in underlying EBITA at Kumba Iron Ore 5% Increase in underlying EBITA at Kumba Iron Ore
Underlying EBITDA at Kumba Iron Ore $ 1.5bn Underlying EBITDA at Kumba Iron Ore
Return on capital employed at Kumba Iron Ore 42% Return on capital employed at Kumba Iron Ore

Coal

Our coal portfolio is geographically diverse, with metallurgical coal assets in Australia, and thermal coal assets in South Africa and Colombia, which mine products attuned to the individual requirements of our diversified customer base. We are the world's third largest exporter of metallurgical coal.

Increase in underlying EBITDA 11% Increase in underlying EBITDA
Underlying EBITDA $ 3.2bn Underlying EBITDA
Return on capital employed 67% Return on capital employed

Nickel and Manganese

Our Nickel business is well placed to serve the global stainless steel industry, which depends on nickel and drives demand for it. Our assets are in Brazil, with two ferronickel production sites: Barro Alto and Codemin. In manganese, we have a 40% shareholding in Samancor, with operations in South Africa and Australia.

Increase in underlying EBITDA 38% Increase in underlying EBITDA
Underlying EBITDA $ 0.8bn Underlying EBITDA
Return on capital employed 28% Return on capital employed

Measuring the strategy

Safety and health
KPIs Target 2016 2017 2018
Number of work-related fatal injuries Zero Harm 11 9 5
Total recordable case frequency rate 15% year-on-year reduction 3.55 3.17 2.66
New cases of occupational disease Year-on-year reduction 111 96 101
Environment
KPIs Target 2016 2017 2018
Energy consumption 8% saving by 2020 106GJ 97GJ 85GJ
GHG emissions 22% saving by 2020 17.9 million tonnes 18.0 million tonnes 16.0 million tonnes
Total water withdrawals 14% by 2020 296 million m3 306 million m3 227 million m3
Number of level 3-5 environmental incidents Year-on-year reduction 4 2 6
Socio-political
KPIs Target Levels of compliance 2016 2017 2018
Social Way implementation Eliminate non-compliance Serious non-compliance (%) 0 1 0
Moderate non-compliance (%) 16 11 13
Compliant (%) 51 56 39
Good practice (%) 26 twenty four 35
Best practice (%) 7 8 13
Production
KPIs Measure 2016 2017 2018
Production volumes De Beers – million carats 27.3 33.5 35.3
Copper – thousand tons 577 579 668
Platinum – thousand ounces 2,382 2,397 2,485
Iron ore (Kumba) – million tonnes 41.5 45.0 43.1
Iron ore (Minas-Rio) – million tonnes (wet basis) 16.1 16.8 3.4
Metallurgical coal (Export coking and PCI) – million tons 20.9 19.7 21.8
Thermal coal (Export) – million tons 29.7 29.2 28.6
Nickel – thousand tons 44.5 43.8 42.3
Cost
KPIs Measure 2016 2017 2018
Unit cost of production De Beers – $ / carat 67 63 60
Copper – C1 unit cost, c / lb 137 147 134
Platinum – $ / ounce 1,330 1,443 1,561
Iron ore (Kumba Iron Ore) – $ / tonne 27 31 32
Iron Ore (Minas-Rio) – $ / tonne (wet basis) 28 30 n / a
Coal – South Africa – $ / tonne 34 44 44
Nickel – C1 unit cost, c / lb 350 365 361
Financial
KPIs Measure 2016 2017 2018
Attributable return on capital employed (ROCE) Group attributable ROCE (%) 11 19 19
Underlying earnings per share (EPS) Group underlying EPS ($) 1.72 2.57 2.55
Attributable free cash flow Group attributable free cash flow ($ million) 2,562 4,943 3,157
People
KPIs Measure 2016 2017 2018
Voluntary labour turnover % of total permanent employees 2.2 2.3 2.4
Gender diversity-management Women as a percentage of management (%) 25 26 28
Gender diversity-total workforce Women as a percentage of total workforce (%) 18 19 20
South Africa transformation Historically disadvantaged South Africans as a percentage of management (%) 62 66 65

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