The Great American Eclipse will stretch over 12 states, and it’s being called the greatest temporary mass migration to see a natural event in U.S. history.
These satellite maps visualize where different energy sources, like fossil fuels, nuclear, or renewables, are used to generate electricity.
This interactive chart shows the breakeven prices that oil-rich countries need to pay for imports. We also dive into Venezuela's specific crisis as well.
Fusion is the epitome of 'high risk, high reward' research. Each new technological breakthrough brings us a step closer to power that's too cheap to meter.
Here's how all major commodities have done so far this year, as well as one chart that shows why they could still be very cheap for...
Visualizing the CO2 emissions saved by 56 of the Fortune 100 companies, expressed using the quantity of coal not burned.
When it comes to revenue per employee, energy companies dominate. On average, oil companies bring in 2x more per employee than companies in other sectors.
The average oil or gas well uses at least 20x more water than it did in 2008, and water scarcity is a problem the industry will...
Forecasting the future of energy is not an easy task. These charts show how the experts have fared at forecasting solar over recent decades.
The chicken and egg problem faced by electric vehicles is not unlike an issue solved by Henry Ford and the Model T a century earlier.