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MetalMiner is the largest metals-related media site in the US according to third party ranking sites. With a preemptive global perspective on the issues, trends, strategies, and trade policies that will impact how you source and/or trade metals and related metals services, MetalMiner provides unique insight, analysis, and tools for buyers, purchasing professionals, and everyone else for whom metals and their related markets matter.

Latest articles from Ag

  • LNG Prices Remain Strong Despite Oversupply Concerns

    Published 17 February 2018 | viewed 3,697 times

    With major new projects coming onstream in Australia and the rising output from the U.S. shale producers, the global liquefied natural gas (LNG) market was…

  • Is The Hyperloop Worth The Hype?

    Published 25 January 2018 | viewed 7,778 times

    Silicon Valley and the modern-day entrepreneurs it has spawned cannot be accused of lacking blue sky thinking. Some of their ideas appear whacky and subsequently…

  • Are Markets Warming Up To OPEC Output Cuts?

    Published 06 January 2018 | viewed 10,225 times

    After hitting a low of below $43/barrel in mid-2017, the oil price has risen inexorably to its highest level since 2015, according to the Financial Times. Rising…

  • How China Is Killing India’s Solar Industry

    Published 27 December 2017 | viewed 18,783 times

    India’s solar energy plans seem to have run into a spot of a bother. The Indian government’s target is to boost installed solar power capacity…

  • Automakers Scramble To Get In On India’s EV Boom

    Published 25 December 2017 | viewed 5,815 times

    India represents one of the biggest automobile markets in the world, with about 3 million petrol and diesel vehicles having been sold last fiscal year.…

  • Two Factors Driving Electric Aircraft

    Published 09 December 2017 | viewed 9,196 times

    We are used to the idea of electric cars, electric bikes, electric buses and electric trains. Most are in their early stages, but are economically…

  • India’s Renewable Capacity Set To Double By 2022

    Published 05 November 2017 | viewed 10,655 times

    If there’s one success story being written in India, it’s that of renewable energy. By the government’s own reckoning, despite India’s energy needs likely to…

  • Is OPEC Considering Deeper Output Cuts?

    Published 15 October 2017 | viewed 7,816 times

    The oil price, as measured by the most traded Brent Crude number, has been relatively stable since the agreement to limit output was implemented last…

  • Rising Costs Slow The Growth Of Nuclear Power

    Published 08 October 2017 | viewed 6,756 times

    We feel like we have been here many times before. The troubled history of Britain’s replacement nuclear power station Hinckley Point C (HPC) will have…

  • The Single Biggest Player In The Electric Car Market

    Published 19 September 2017 | viewed 9,386 times

    The announcement by the U.K. and France that they would prohibit the production of diesel and petrol cars by 2040 made for good headlines, but…

  • Is The U.S. Over-Reliant On Gulf Oil Production?

    Published 06 September 2017 | viewed 5,777 times

    This week we covered the impact on the automotive industry of Hurricane Harvey and the likely boost to demand that will come from the replacement of used…

  • Will Oil Demand Growth Be Enough To Tackle Inventories?

    Published 16 August 2017 | viewed 8,849 times

    Two articles in the Financial Times this week give polar opposite views on the direction for oil prices next year. The first is a report on…

  • Why Oil Prices Can’t Gain Traction

    Published 20 July 2017 | viewed 9,897 times

    Despite U.S. oil stocks falling 7.6 million barrels, the biggest drop since September, a recent Financial Times article reports, quoting U.S. Energy Information Administration data,…

  • The Other Culprits Of The Oil Price Crash

    Published 08 July 2017 | viewed 16,987 times

    It is no surprise that oil prices continue to fall when you look at the rising tide of oil production around the world.Source: Financial Times…

  • India’s $100 Billion Solar Bet

    Published 17 June 2017 | viewed 12,932 times

    India saw nearly $10 billion invested, both in 2015 and in 2016, in renewable energy projects. Last year, $1.9 billion of green bonds were issued.…

  • The Unlikely Alliance Between Russia And Saudi Arabia

    Published 06 June 2017 | viewed 10,531 times

    It is something of an unholy alliance, but Russia and Saudi Arabia are becoming ever closer allies in a graphic example of realpolitik. The two…

  • EVs Aren’t Fueling A Rare Metal Boom…Yet

    Published 14 May 2017 | viewed 5,600 times

    Earlier this decade, there was no lack of hype around electric and hybrid cars. Sales were expected to take off, driving demand for lithium, nickel,…

  • Uber Aims To Launch Flying Taxis In Dallas And Dubai By 2023

    Published 29 April 2017 | viewed 8,187 times

    10 years ago, the concept of self-driving cars seemed the stuff of science-fiction. Today, self-driving cars are not an uncommon sight in some cities and…

  • Are China’s Ambitions To Combat Pollution Hurting Its Economy?

    Published 22 April 2017 | viewed 10,103 times

    Beijing is caught in something of a quandary. On the one hand, an admirable, and increasingly important social imperative, the Chinese government’s focus on air…

  • Big Oil Leading The Charge For New Carbon Capture Tech

    Published 25 March 2017 | viewed 8,258 times

    For an industry that has for decades been criticized by environmental groups as the root of all evil it is ironic that oil and gas…

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