State-owned oil companies control roughly three-quarters of global oil supply. See how these companies compare in this infographic.
The gold-oil ratio, which historically hovers between 10:1 and 30:1, has spiked to unprecidented highs due to COVID-19 and other factors.
Dropping crude prices and a worsening pandemic have led to a growing wave of energy bankruptcies. Here’s what that fallout looks like.
How oil prices went negative: this explainer shows how a collapse in demand, a Saudi-Russia price war, and oversupply led to futures prices going wonky.
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.