Natural Resources

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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Western Australia is so short of truck drivers that some companies are pressing retired soldiers and furloughed airline pilots into service on mine sites, while competition for skills is driving up wages.

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Rapidly increasing metal costs are pushing manufacturers to take what steel they can get and hire more people to seek out available supplies.

September 15, 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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WSJ News Exclusive

Fund companies are rebranding their out-of-fashion investment offerings as green, hoping to grab a portion of the cash pouring into sustainable products. In some cases, the rebranding has been in name only.

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Aluminum prices rose to their highest level in 10 years after a military coup in mineral-rich Guinea threatened to snarl the lightweight metal’s supply chain.

September 6, 2021


The companies face many hurdles as they move their machines out of a country that previously used two-thirds of the global energy dedicated to harvesting bitcoin.

August 22, 2021


Kyrgyzstan’s nationalization of Centerra Gold’s large mining operation is one of the most brazen moves in recent years by a country to assert control over valuable natural resources, mining and legal experts say.

August 8, 2021

WSJ News Exclusive

The burger chain recently told restaurant owners that they needed to limit orders of bags from suppliers as usage is running ahead of already high numbers last year—the latest supply challenge affecting U.S. restaurants.

August 7, 2021


The parent of The Wall Street Journal and HarperCollins Publishers will purchase Oil Price Information Service, an energy and renewables information-services company.

August 2, 2021

Risk & Compliance Journal

A former Glencore trader pleaded guilty Monday to what prosecutors described as a conspiracy to pay millions of dollars in bribes to officials in Nigeria and elsewhere in exchange for favorable contracts with a state-owned oil company.

July 27, 2021


The world’s second-largest miner said that pandemic-related border closures have caused labor shortages at some of its operations and is warning of project delays.

July 16, 2021