Since 1868, there had been 1,232 oil discoveries over 500 million barrels of oil. This map plots these discoveries to reveal global energy hot spots.
Since 1965, over ⅓ of the world’s cumulative carbon emissions can be traced back to just 20 fossil fuel companies. Who are the biggest contributors?
Which countries are able to balance prosperity and sustainability in their energy mixes? See the countries with the most sustainable energy policies.
As global population grows, our energy demand grows as well. Here are the largest energy sources in the world and how much electricity they generate.
Today’s interactive map shows all of the world's coal power plants, plotted by capacity and carbon emissions from 2000 until 2018.
The prices of energy, agriculture, livestock and metals tell the story of human development. Learn about the commodity super cycle in this infographic.
This interesting diagram breaks down all U.S. energy use by both source and industry, and everything that happens in between.
IMO 2020, which sets ambitious emissions limits, is about to shake up maritime shipping. Today's graphic covers the environmental and economic impacts
These four animated cartograms show the nations leading the world in fossil fuel production, in terms of oil, gas, coal, and total hydrocarbons.
This stunning animation visualizes the last nine years of U.S. electric vehicle sales. We also look at who will lead the race in the coming years.