This is the largest new LNG project of its kind in years.
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Coal currently feeds about 27% of the world’s energy demand.
Transportation of considerable amounts of waste water to offsite storage basins will likely cause extra costs over the next few months.
EFG and EGU establish dialogue with policy makers on how the geosciences can help overcome Europe’s major societal challenges
The dinner debate allowed researchers, policymakers and industry leaders to assess together how greater collaboration between these groups can help Europe.
The Swiss asset manager and commodities trader will use blockchain technology to account for trades and aims to offer investors the option to use its coin as a digital currency.
Greek utility Public Power Corp. (PPC), which is 51 percent state-owned, is selling three coal-fired plants and one still to be built.
Petropavlovsk swung to a net loss of $24.8 million in the first half on rising costs and lower sales but declined to give a forecast for the full year.
Zdenek Bakala claims the people who marched through the streets of the coastal Hilton Head Island resort chanting “Bakala is a creep! He’ll steal your home while you sleep!” were actually paid by a rival to harass him.
Moves follows a growing number of world’s top miners returning more money to investors this year.
Alkane’s Board has approved the development of the underground mining operations at its Tomingley Gold Operations.
Finnish mining technology company Outotec will pull out of Iran due to the new U.S. sanctions.
Belgian zinc producer Nyrstar issued a profit warning last week, citing "adverse market conditions".
Apollo Minerals talks about its project on the Spanish-French border.
Chancellor Angela Merkel’s plan to close Germany’s remaining coal-fired power stations will drive up subsidies for regions that mine the commodity.
Almost 18,000 lots traded in debut day, equal to 90,000 tonnes of metal.
The scientists, from the University of Bergen in Norway, are sending robots 2,500 metres (8,000 feet) down into the waters between Norway and Greenland.
The fresh round of returns follows Rio’s promise in August to give shareholders up to $7 billion through dividends and share buybacks.
The Norwegian firm, one of the world’s top producers of aluminum and alumina, said the deal faced opposition from European regulators.
VSMPO-Avisma, the world's largest titanium producer, and US planemaker Boeing have launched a new manufacturing unit in Russia.
Poland's state-run JSW awaits approval from the Energy Ministry in its bid to acquire the mining assets of Australia's Prairie Mining
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A company owned by Russian billionaire Alisher Usmanov is in talks to raise $1.25 billion from Russian banks by the start of 2019 to build a massive mining and metallurgical plant at Russia's biggest untapped copper deposit.
The non-judicial request relates to damages suffered by the company as a result of a longer-than-expected wait for its Skouries project's permits.
Tamar Resources wants to reopen the state-owned Krupinski mine in Silesia as a coking coal mine.
The project, which would become the European Union's only open-cast uranium mine if given the go-ahead, has faced local opposition since it was proposed.