Solar Frontier Americas has emerged as a buyer of US solar power assets. With a 30-member development and project finance team based in California, Solar Frontier expects to double its [...]
Energy producers are not the hot commodity they used to be as publicly traded companies show little interest in acquiring them and IPO investors have cooled to oil and gas.
Offshore wind projects in the Northeast US are maturing into the next big thing in renewable power. Shallow waters, sweeter financing and experienced European partners are providing tailwinds to [...]
Last year saw record Chinese outbound M&A into Latin America
On the surface, it looks like prime conditions for a boom of gold M&A. But negative investor reactions to the few deals done this year are making gold companies afraid to deal, according to [...]
Global warming is helping to make some of the multimillion-ounce gold deposits once trapped under glaciers and permafrost in or near northern Canada into some of the most attractive mining [...]
The best frac sand is half a country away from the shale wells that need it for hydraulic fracturing. With oil prices down, cheaper closer sand mines are opening, and their owners could become [...]
Houston energy companies feel disruption by Hurricane Harvey more acutely on the human side than in the oil patch or the boardroom.