Research shows campaigns to ban fracking are widespread.
The World Coal Association (WCA) has today called on the World Bank to recognise the vital role of coal in bringing affordable, reliable electricity to hundreds of millions of people in developing and emerging economies.
Gold is doomed. That seems to be the message being deliverd by several analysts who predict prices for the metal will hit fresh historic lows by the end of 2015.
Whilst miners are relatively loyal in Australia and North America to their current Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMS), over half of those in Asia are likely to seek out a new supplier within the next five years, a new report shows.
This is the second time this year that the London-listed miner slashes its annual copper production guidance.
A member of a Florida family hit the jackpot when he found $1 million-worth of gold artifacts, including a royal coin from the Spanish king, recovered from a ship that sank off the Florida coast 300 years ago.
The spending decline comes as U.S. coal miners struggle to clear hurdles on the federal level, including both newly proposed measures and regulations already being implemented.
Monday’s was the biggest one-day decline in Chinese stocks since an 8.8% drop on Feb. 27, 2007.
Calgary-based U.S. Oil Sands is working through the summer to complete a 2,000-barrel-per-day oil sands mine in eastern Utah, one of the country's first commercial operation of this kind.
Implementation of “free, prior and informed consent” policies vital tool to prevent conflict and costs to companies, reveals study published Thursday by Oxfam.
While gold was moderately higher in early U.S. trading Thursday analysts agree the whole industry is on a bit of “a knife-edge.”
Today’s data visualization is the most simple breakdown of the world economy that we’ve seen.
Findings of a new research show the 11% fall in carbon emissions between 2007 and 2013 was caused mainly by depressed market conditions.
Surprisingly, a recent IHS study had revealed that the U.S. shale sector has been boosting job creation in addition to supporting around 1.7 million jobs in U.S.
The world's No.1 miner will continue boosting its iron ore output, adding to a global glut and keeping pressure on prices.
A wave of bankruptcy is sweeping an industry already hit by competition from inexpensive natural gas, tougher environmental rules and a global coal glut that has decimated prices.
The announcement came after the Fanya Metal Exchange saw hundreds of investors protesting outside the building last week.
Canadian mine takes top honours but Russia and USA dominate the rankings.
The Arkyd 3 Reflight (A3R) will spent its three-month orbiting mission sending back data to a group of scientists based at the firm’s headquarters in Redmond, WA.
Crucially, the assumption in capital markets that gold is no longer money but just an asset or commodity has all but destroyed our understanding of its monetary relationships.
As in Greece, the Puerto Rican economy has been destroyed by its participation in an unrealistic monetary system that it does not control and the failure of domestic politicians to confront their own insolvency.
In the five years since the Dodd-Frank Act passed, oil produced in developing countries was worth an estimated $1.55 trillion for those governments. But because the landmark US transparency law remains delayed, any payments that flowed to governments took place with limited or no transparency.
Spending corresponds to a $1.1 million pollution fine and further $6 million on environmental mitigation projects.
With this impairment BHP will have written down its oil and gas business by more than $4 billion since 2011.
What OPEC countries fear most is a follow-up technological revolution that will lead to a second oil boom in the U.S., and that fear is now being realized.
The agreement ends decades of economic sanctions against Iran, and includes reductions in centrifuges, international inspections.
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