Over the last decade, the U.S. has surpassed Saudi Arabia and Russia as the world's top producer of crude oil.
The U.S. is heavily reliant on imports for many critical minerals. How import-dependent is the U.S. for each one, and on which country?
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.
With Russia’s revenues from fossil fuel exports having declined significantly, which countries are still importing Russian fossil fuels?
This infographic puts the oil market's size into perspective by comparing it to the top 10 metal markets.
Of the 422 nuclear reactors operating globally, 262 reactors are 31 to 50 years old. This infographic charts nuclear reactors by age in 2023.
We look at carbon emissions of electric, hybrid, and combustion engine vehicles through an analysis of their life cycle emissions.
Australia and Chile stand out as the largest producers of lithium, accounting for almost 77% of global supply.
This graphic explores the relationship between gold price and the U.S. national debt.
This graphic describes new U.S. renewable energy installations by state along with nameplate capacity, planned to come online in 2023.