Over the last decade, the U.S. has surpassed Saudi Arabia and Russia as the world's top producer of crude oil.
Despite concerns about nuclear waste, high-level radioactive waste constitutes less than 0.25% of all radioactive waste ever generated.
China was the world’s leading producer of 30 out of 50 entries on the U.S. critical minerals list, according to the U.S. Geological Survey.
Breaking down the distribution of cash spending by the global oil and gas industry between 2015 and 2022.
Comparing average Scope 1 emission intensities by sector, according to an analysis done by S&P Global Inc.
Just three countries—the U.S., Saudi Arabia and Russia—make up the lion’s share of global oil supply. Here are the world's biggest oil producers.
Coal still leads the charge when it comes to electricity, representing 35% of global power generation.
Currently, the U.S. has a backlog of more than 280 mining projects awaiting permits.
This graphic from Wood Mackenzie shows how nickel and lithium mining can significantly impact the environment, depending on the processes used.
Global consumption of coal surpassed 8 billion tonnes per year for the first time in 2022. Here are the countries using the most coal.