The auto industry will rely on the mining industry to provide the lithium, cobalt, nickel, and other materials needed for the batteries powering EVs.
It is difficult to tell how mining investment will do in a country, but there is a concise rubric you could use to assess risk.
A mineral deposit is finite and so are the taxes governments derive from a project. This infographic takes a look at the choices a government needs...
Nuclear fuel conversion is where the U.S. and allied countries still rely on Russia, according to a new paper from Columbia University.
Article 27 would have given the state exclusive mining rights over lithium, rare earth metals, and hydrocarbons and a majority stake in copper mines.
The London Metals Exchange suspended trading of its nickel contract not over concerns in Russia, but because of a bet went wrong.
Russia is more than oil and gas, it is a major supplier of metals and minerals. What would happen if those supplies were no longer available for sale?
Carbon taxes may not be a bad word in the mining industry, at least according to a new paper in Nature that reveals the industry’s low carbon...
Gabriel Boric, a 35-year old former student leader, became Chile’s next president defeating right-wing opponent Jose Antonio Kast.
The International Monetary Fund outlines a net-zero carbon future could generate US$13 trillion in revenue from copper, nickel, lithium, and cobalt.
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