A Chinese-run mine in Serbia is spewing high levels of pollution over the town of Bor. Why has it taken the Serbian government so long to react?
Western leaders are pushing for net zero by 2050, but not enough thought is being given to where all the metals for the green transition will come from.
The use of digital twin technology is increasingly assisting oil and gas companies, making them more profitable and keeping their operations running for longer.
As the Taliban's advance through lithium-rich Afghanistan raises questions about the metal's supply, demand and price, Investment Monitor assesses the global picture.
Liquified natural gas has the potential to transform the economies of Mozambique and Tanzania. However, security and corruption concerns could threaten these developments.
The world’s leading offshore oil and gas industry companies operate an average of 130.2 subsidiaries each. We reveal the global hotspots for these operations.
The world’s leading mining companies operate an average of 95.5 subsidiaries each. We reveal the global hotspots for these operations.
Rare earth elements are essential to the clean and technology revolutions taking place around the world, but China dominates their mining. Will the West intervene?
The Democratic Republic of the Congo could become the Saudi Arabia of the electric vehicle age, thanks to its vast reserves of cobalt. However, the use of child labour in its mining industry is causing consternation in the West.
Shenzhen-based INFiLED, a manufacturer of LED displays, has opened a new office and showroom in Dubai and relocated its EMEA headquarters to Rotterdam.