Base metal prices in London lower across the board while the benchmarks in top metals consumer China were mostly higher
Washington is keen to help allies that can produce rare earths as an alternative to sourcing the materials in China and Lynas has become a critical partner in that effort
Ammonia emits no carbon dioxide when combusted and could be a next-generation fuel for thermal power generation and large ocean-going vessels
Manila has reversed course, encouraging mining investments to shore up government revenues as lockdowns and restrictions have ravaged the economy.
The union did not disclose what the dispute was about but rejected reports that it was solely over welfare issues
King Salman says efforts by the world's top oil exporter to maintain spare capacity had proven important to safeguarding energy supply security
Guodian Power Shanghaimiao Corporation said the plant's technology was the world's most efficient with the lowest rates of coal and water consumption.
Service agreement was signed with Pemex Exploración y Producción, to build a plant with a capacity of 300 million standard cubic feet per day in Tierra Blanca, Veracruz state
China's central bank will issue a first batch of low-cost loans to financial institutions by the end of the month to enable carbon emissions cuts, Xinhua reported on Tuesday, citing PBOC chief Yi Gang.
After 2024, Petronas said it foresees a positive outlook for drilling rigs activity while continuing to enhance and upgrade capability
Mining giant Anglo-American has unveiled a prototype of what it says is the world’s largest hydrogen-powered mining truck
The goal of the Experimental Advanced Superconducting Tokamak project is to unlock the secret to clean and limitless energy on earth, with minimal waste products
The US state department says it is aware of talks between Russia and India concerning the purchase of oil. It has no objection to India buying Russian oil, provided it buys at discount
Hundreds of people have died and thousands have been detained in Kazakhstan during the worst violence seen in the Central Asian nation since it became independent in the early 1990s. The unrest in Kazakhstan poses risks for energy markets, and even cryptocurrencies.