Gold surged to its highest price in more than two months on Thursday as the selloff in shares spread worldwide, sending investors toward safe-haven assets.
Brent crude was trading around its highest in nearly four years on Wednesday, on the back of a tightening oil market. The U.S.
US utility solar project procurement 'exploded' in the first half of 2018 despite Trump administration’s tariffs on imported panels.
Oil prices climbed Wednesday to score their highest finish of the month, after the U.S.
Ukrainian coal extraction reached 2.64 million metric tonnes (mt) in July, up from 2.55 million mt in June and up from 2.61 million mt in July 2017, the Ministry of Energy and Coal Industry (MECI) reported Tuesday.
Discovered resources of conventional oil and natural gas are seeing an exciting recovery worldwide, already surpassing 4.5 billion BOE in the first half of 2018 according to an analysis by Rystad Energy.
The Multi Commodity Exchange of India (MCX) received extremely encouraging response with Cotton deposits in the current season (Oct’ 17-Jul’ 18), increasing notably by 294 per cent in June 2018 vis-a vis June 2017.
Brazil's state-run oil and gas giant Petróleo Brasileiro SA or Petrobras signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with French oil major Total SA and its renewables affiliate Total Eren SA which sets the general framework for collaboration in
Gold prices recovered from a nearly seven-month low on Tuesday as the dollar eased
with spot gold up 0.69 percent at $1,250.16 an ounce, Reuters reported.
The price of platinum, which remains at historic lows compared to gold, fell to a 29-month low at $838 per ounce on the first trading day of H2 2018.