The push to power China with natural gas cut pollution levels in half. However, high demand for natural gas this winter caused massive shortages.
As metal prices rose, so did the profits of major mining companies. And they are using the money for exactly the right thing today.
The popularity of diesel cars spiked with the promise of clean emissions. That was until 2015, when Volkswagen admitted to lying about its diesel cars’ emissions.
Coal’s days as the leading energy source for America are over. A different energy source promises to reduce pollution and provide energy independence for America.
Investors fear that soy prices will suffer from a possible trade war with China. Yet, there is reason to be bullish about the world’s most popular bean.
Solar has been the future of energy for over a decade, but it has struggled to deliver power today. And there’s a mix of reasons for falling sales.
For thousands of years, gold was money. More important, the world still views gold as an insurance policy against financial troubles.
This monumental shift will be the most dramatic in over 100 years, maybe even more so than when ships switched from coal to oil.
Uranium production for the first quarter of 2018 is down 50% from a year prior. Tightening supply and higher demand hint at higher prices, but the market still has a way to go.
In November 2016, OPEC announced cuts to oil production. Now, a year and a half after the production cuts, the organization has accomplished its goal.
Severe storms can topple homes and structures. But this year I’m not just stocking up on supplies — I’m adding positions to my portfolio.
We need to understand Wall Street’s take on copper before we know whether this is an opportunity to invest or a warning to get out.
Gold is a great hedge against inflation. And right now, gold is unloved and on sale. For contrarian investors, this is the perfect buying opportunity.
The U.S. agriculture sector is caught in the crosshairs of a geopolitical trade war. Farmers are facing mounting uncertainty with limited options.
It’s not surprising then that miners are trigger-shy about buying new projects. Instead, they are turning to buybacks to appease shareholders.
The American energy revolution is showing promising signs. After years of weak oil prices, the energy sector is seeing a revival with oil over $60 a barrel.
Nutrien is a $34 billion potash and nitrogen producer. Over the next year, Nutrien looks well positioned to capture more of the market and grow earnings.
The U.N. is forcing out the high-sulfur bunker fuel that ships ran on for the better part of a century. There are a few clean energy options for shipowners.
Lithium prices in China are tanking. Prices are down nearly 50% since the first quarter. That is echoing through world markets.
While the disruption in soy is well-covered by the media, the knock-on effects of the trade war will breathe new life into the struggling sugar sector.
Mines take several years to develop and bring into production. That’s why Chinese miners are positioning themselves for long-term success.