End of strike at Peru’s biggest copper mine and weaker oil prices drove Dr. Copper goes to the ICU.
Not gone and not forgotten, China is ready to solidify its claim to the South China Sea (SCS).
Report shows there are 39 assets in production within the Ebola-affected region.
Even a global economic growth slowdown will not seriously impact the future of the shale oil patch, Rudolf "Rudy" Hokanson tells The Energy Report.
When it takes up to four million pounds of sand to frack a single well, it’s no wonder that demand is outpacing supply and frack sand producers are becoming the biggest behind-the-scenes beneficiaries of the American oil and gas boom.
The company became the first major casualty of a Supreme Court decision to scrap most coal fields allocated to private firms since 1993.
The world's largest miner has stepped up its cost-cutting plans as it battles a sharp slide in iron ore, coal and oil prices.
TransCanada Corp’s key projects face increasing hurdles locally and across the border.
Vancouver-based Fraser Institute’s annual Global Petroleum Survey 2014 is out.
Casey Research energy strategist Marin Katusa cautions that Russia and China have forged an alliance with the goal of world supremacy through control of the energy market and Vladimir Putin is winning.
The two-year investigation concluded that Goldman Sachs, Morgan Stanley and JP Morgan have been manipulating commodity prices.
When a businessman of the calibre of Brett Wilson grants CEO.ca an interview, we aren’t going to waste his time with softball questions.
Ivan Kislov is a young Russian mining engineer who spends his breaks taking breath-taking photographs of wild animals, mostly foxes, in the arctic tundra.
While most senators support the pipeline, a binding vote has not been held in the Senate under a Democratic majority since 2012.
Angelos Damaskos, principal adviser of the Junior Oils Trust, admits that he finds the recent collapse in oil price a mystery. Nonetheless, he has no doubt that demand will compel higher prices in the medium and long term.
Veto likely if passed by Congress.
The world’s largest miner is only two weeks away from shedding more light on an upcoming spin-off of unwanted assets.
The shale revolution’s sweet spot is oilfield services, the lower-risk backbone of the American oil and gas boom that pays off regardless of a play’s economics.
The company's Line 9B reversal project has been delayed after the National Energy Board requested additional info last month.
The move is considered another sign that Washington’s decades-old federal ban on crude exports is crumbling.
The U.S. largest bank still plans to perform"traditional” activities in commodities such as financing, hedging, trading warrants on the London Metal Exchange and the vaulting of precious metals.
Costs and challenges for mining the Arctic, meanwhile, on their way up.
While the miner produced a record amount of iron ore, turmoil in currency and commodity markets overshadowed any production gains.
Analysts say only a business-friendly appointment followed by credible action to strengthen the fiscal accounts and control inflation would reassure markets.
The National Energy Board said Kinder Morgan can conduct survey work at Burnaby Mountain, despite opposition from the city.
Slumping oil prices are putting pressure on U.S. drillers.
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