Metals mostly provided positive returns in 2021, with lithium and other industrial metals leading the charge while gold and silver slumped.
Despite being the world's biggest carbon polluter, China is also the largest producer of most of the world's critical minerals for the green revolution.
Nuclear power accounted for 10% of global electricity generated in 2020. Here's a look at the largest nuclear power producers.
Energy commodities surged in 2021 as demand picked up and supply remained constricted, but which fuels flew highest?
Rare earth elements are the critical ingredients for a greener economy, making their reserves increasingly valuable to global supply chains.
In 2020, China produced 59% of natural graphite and over 80% of battery anode material. Here's a look at the graphite supply problem.
In 2020, solar power saw its largest-ever annual capacity expansion at 127 gigawatts. Here's a snapshot of solar power capacity by country.
Together, the world’s top 10 gold mining companies account for roughly 22% of the share of the total gold market.
With an increasing interest in electric vehicles (EVs), the battery market is now a $27 billion per year business.
The world has 1 billion tonnes of coal reserves. Here are the 11 countries with at least a 1% share of global proven reserves.