University of Kentucky undergraduate Jonathan Little is among the legions of students around the world that the mining industry cannot afford to lose, but already has.
Saudi Arabia’s Ministry of Energy has signed an agreement with the Singaporean Ministry of Trade and Industry to enhance cooperation in the energy sector.
On the day that shareholders of Royal Dutch Shell (LON:RDSa) PLC voted to move the company’s headquarters to London from The Hague, the company sent a letter to the Dutch prime minister to soften the blow.
The outcome of the Welsh government’s Deep Dive into Renewable Energy review into scaling up renewable energy deployment has been released.
Businessman Larry Goodman has set up a supervisory board over his beef-to-property empire, putting his eldest son in a key succession position.
In a small Texas town of only 5,600 people, a territorial battle is being waged over what is likely set to be the Bitcoin (BTC) mining capital of the world.
A new proposal in the Brazilian Congress calls for a tax exemption on both the importation of crypto mining rigs and on any mining conducted using renewable energy sources.
Dramatic cost reductions over the last decade in battery storage, wind and solar energy position India to leapfrog to a more sustainable system for delivering affordable and reliable power to serve near a doubling in electricity demand by 2030.
French President Emmanuel Macron welcomes new German Chancellor Olaf Scholz to Paris for an inaugural working meeting on Friday, when the two most powerful EU leaders will begin the search for common ground to tackle crises within the bloc and beyond.
The board of CAF, which has 19 member countries across Latin America, the Caribbean and Europe and 13 private bank members, approved the capitalization plan this week.