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.
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?
With Russia’s revenues from fossil fuel exports having declined significantly, which countries are still importing Russian fossil fuels?
This graphic describes new U.S. renewable energy installations by state along with nameplate capacity, planned to come online in 2023.
China has dominated global steel production the past few decades, but how did the country get here, and is its production growth over?
The U.S. dollar is the dominant currency in the global financial system, but some countries are following the trend of de-dollarization.
U.S. mineral production value increased by 4% YoY in 2022 to reach $98.2 billion. Which states contributed the most to domestic mineral production?
The U.S. is expected to see a surge in disruptive material demand but most of them are supplied by other countries.
Looking for an EV charging station in the states? This interactive map contains every EV charging station in America.
The supply chain is key for the renewable energy revolution, and this chart visualizes where the world's solar panels are manufactured.