The country is looking to limit spending from its sovereign-wealth fund as the global transition away from fossil fuels threatens the backbone of its economy.

October 1, 2021

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Mohammed Barkindo said consumers should brace for more energy shortages unless the world boosts investment in oil-and-gas development, the cartel’s first, full-throated response to calls to limit such spending.

October 1, 2021


The cleaner-burning fuel is at the heart of the energy transition, but its price volatility is likely to only get worse.

September 30, 2021

Heard on the Street

One factor behind surging natural gas prices is China’s crackdown on coal, but the country could soon reach its economic pain threshold and embrace the fuel again as winter looms.

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Heard on the Street

China’s pledge to cease financing coal plants abroad is good for the environment and makes business sense, too. But progress at home is the real key.

September 24, 2021

Heard on the Street

The transaction kicks off what could be a torch-passing ceremony for the fossil fuel industry over the coming months and years from the most environmentally pressured to the least and from the least efficient to the most.

September 21, 2021


Shares of uranium mining companies surged as WallStreetBets users put forward bullish arguments in favor of the radioactive metal, complete with the forum’s typical mix of memes and humor.

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Rafael Grossi, head of the International Atomic Energy Agency, said Tehran also has invited him to visit for discussions with senior government officials.

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