This table shows the fluctuating returns for various commodities over the past decade, from energy fuels to industrial and precious metals.
The year 2022 was full of volatility for commodity prices. This infographic charts the top 10 best and worst commodities by returns in 2022.
From rising inflation to food insecurity, we show why energy price shocks have far-reaching effects on the global economy.
Each year the average American consumes more than 23 barrels of petroleum products. What does a lifetime of fossil fuel consumption look like?
To help understand what’s happening at the pump, it’s important to first know what key factors dictate the price of gas.
This visualization breaks down the countries from which the U.S. imported its crude oil and petroleum products in 2021.
Explore North America's crude oil pipelines and refineries across the U.S. and Canada in our interactive map.
The start of 2022 has seen commodities surge with crude oil, gold, and grains acting as the new stores of value.
Oil is a building block that makes modern life possible. This graphic looks at the proportion of finished products that are created from crude oil.
Uranium pellets are the energy dense fuel that power nuclear energy, but how do they compare to fossil fuels?