Mining Association of Canada (MAC) will be in charge of developing program to give miners tools and knowledge needed to better plan for climate change.
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Europe’s biggest maker of aluminum products is narrowing Facebook Inc.’s ranking as the second-biggest corporate buyer of electricity in long-term deals.
With Australia predicted to be the leading LNG exporter by 2022, growth in the industry has been strong this year.
MIT scientists describe fusion power as a potentially "inexhaustible and zero-carbon source of energy."
While the production of liquefied natural gas (LNG) in Africa historically has been concentrated in Nigeria, Algeria, Egypt and Libya, the prospects for gas in the rest of Africa have steadily increased in recent years.
If you’ve ever searched online for unbiased and fact-driven articles on energy, you’ve probably noticed that they can be quite rare. Almost every information source seems to be pushing an agenda.
U.S. oil and gas rig counts dropped to their lowest level in over four years, falling by an additional 74 units for the week ending on January 16. The lower count provides fresh evidence that low oil prices are forcing drillers to pare back operations and slash spending.
As of Oct. 10, the energy industry had raised approximately $71.65 billion of senior debt, $20.85 billion of common equity, $3.73 billion of subordinated debt, $1.66 billion of preferred equity and $275 million of subsidiary trust preferred in 2014.
Miners are having a tough time getting funded, and although Canadian oil and gas has performed well over the last few quarters, some companies might be overvalued. No wonder investors are confused.
A majority of Canadians overestimate the contribution the oil sands make to the world’s 11th largest economy, a study published Friday reveals.
The next billion (barrels of oil): T. Boone Pickens calls for energy plan at Stansberry Society Event
Known for his saying that "the first billion is the hardest," oil billionaire T. Boone Pickens addressed the Stansberry Society Conference in Dallas at the end of May with a plea for a national energy plan that takes advantage of the billions of barrels of oil being produced each day in the U.S. for domestic use.
Foreign takeover rules imposed in 2012 have hurt oil sands companies, shows a new study by the University of Calgary’s School of Public Policy.
While the 2014 World Cup is going to be bigger than ever -- it's shaping up to be the most watched, most lucrative and expensive tournament in soccer history -- it's also going to be one of the biggest energy-consuming, greenhouse gas-spewing World Cups in history.
Officially putting to bed a nearly six-year-old lawsuit.
This infographic details one of the most significant innovations in the oil and gas industry in recent times, pad drilling.
Everything used by British Columbians in their everyday lives is either grown or found in the ground.
Project generators operate in different markets and stages of project development. Risk profiles vary considerably; leading to diversification within the universe.
In this interview with The Mining Report, Shaw talks about these projects and more, explaining how a savvy investor can profit from diamond-in-the-rough opportunities.
So far my 2014 expectations are playing out pretty much as planned, with a few adjustments. With the threat of war in the Ukraine I think the final bubble phase in stocks is now off the table.
The era of cheap oil is over, declares Angelos Damaskos. In this interview with The Energy Report, the principal adviser of the Junior Oils Trust says that oil will become progressively more expensive to find, with prices topping the all-time high of $147 per barrel within 10 to 20 years.
As protests in Ukraine's eastern region turned violent on Sunday leading to the death of a Ukrainian security officer in a shootout with pro-Russian militia, Kiev threatens military action while Moscow flexes its geo-economic warfare muscles.
Rare earths are in high demand because they are critical to U.S. high-tech innovations, advanced energy and national security.
There is only one certainty in Ukraine: The energy sector must and will be transformed, and how long this takes will depend on who ends up in the driver's seat and how serious they are about becoming a part of Europe and reducing dependence on Russia.
In this interview with The Energy Report, David Sadowski, a mining research analyst at Raymond James, explains the forces that will push the price of uranium, and the companies that are likely to benefit.
Chinese capital could fund 40% of the necessary investment in the country's oil sands over the next 20 years.