Climate change has emerged as a front-and-center issue in multiple elections across the world.
As the world stays on track with climate targets, oil and gas companies must begin to consider the fate of new and upcoming projects.
A perfect storm of supply and demand issues have sent LNG prices soaring.
A series of successive climate disasters has exposed U.S. infrastructure as entirely unfit for the 21st century as storms, drought, wildfire and floods grow increasingly destructive.
More than 1 million people were left without power, and key U.S. oil and gas infrastructure was shut down, as Hurricane Ida tore through Louisiana.
As peak demand becomes more obvious and decline sets in, the major producers of OPEC+ could see their incentives shift and potentially set off a scramble for market share.
As the climate crisis continues, attention has turned to how central banks can intervene.
Automakers continue to bear the brunt of the worldwide computer chip shortage, as the gap between ordering and receiving chips keeps growing.
Multiple feedback loops are emerging that a new report anticipates will push fossil fuels out of the global energy system.
In its damning climate report, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change singled out methane as a particularly damaging source of global climate pollution.