With the United States now the world’s top oil and gas exporter, the first (and biggest) of what could be a string of oil mergers has been struck.
Herbert Diess, who was appointed CEO in April, is tasked with leading a restructuring while repairing the company’s reputation.
French oil and gas major Total S.A. has signed a deal with state oil giant Saudi Aramco to expand their joint venture refinery in Saudi Arabia.
Aircraft engine manufacturers are under pressure to get bigger, more sophisticated new jet engines with new designs and materials off the ground.
Strong demand for copper, as well as high costs and shortages, are driving mining companies to Mongolia’s rich deposits despite risky conditions.
A new report forecasts the use of energy storage systems, particularly batteries, nearly tripling in the U.S. this year.
German companies are seizing opportunities in Russia, fueling an FDI growth rate that ranks highest among the top 10 European countries by project.
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Companies in developing countries, particularly in Africa, are stepping up investment and driving FDI in emerging markets.