This week we examine a potential cleavage developing within OPEC ahead of the cartel’s June 5th meeting.
Recent developments in Ottawa and the courts count as a step towards establishing a culture of accountability for Canadian mining companies operating abroad.
A look at some of the key events moving oil markets worldwide.
A brief overview of the key economic and geopolitical risk factors in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC).
Uranium mining executives were at a higher risk for heart attacks this month after two Japanese courts ruled on the restart of nuclear reactors in the country.
There may be more to the story of Germanwings Flight 9525 than what appears in the mainstream media.
A brief overview of the key political and economic issues facing Mongolia.
The shutdown of Pan African Minerals’ manganese mine at Tambao has some mining companies on edge ahead of new regulations in Burkina Faso. Yet new laws could well be a boon for the industry.
There have been three bouts of bad news for global commodity prices over the past week, all of which are putting more downside pressure on already deflated prices.
With its oil-reliant economy and high break-even price, Nigeria is one country that has been hit particularly hard by recent OPEC policy.