The UAE has the private capital and sovereign wealth required to build a post-oil economy. But will it risk being the first mover?
Washington has the most expensive gas in the U.S., followed by California and Hawaii. The cheapest gas prices are in Gulf Coast states like Mississippi and Texas.
The world needs a rapid expansion of offshore wind power. But choosing their locations is by no means a straightforward task.
Chile, home to the world’s largest lithium reserves, is showing how Latin America can embrace renewable energy without dependence on China.
With the new green jobs report, the Biden administration hopes to tout its clean energy program and its job creation credentials.
Western sanctions continue to take a toll on Russian oil revenues. But Moscow is stepping up its evasion efforts.
By creating a hydrogen economy alongside EV development, the UK can help unlock hydrogen’s full potential.
There are no easy solutions to Sudan’s multiple crises. The political, economic, and humanitarian situation is likely to worsen further.
The G7’s Russian oil price cap amounts to a subsidy for many of Asia’s biggest energy players: China, India, Saudi Arabia, and the UAE.
For the Kishida government’s nuclear energy expansion plans to succeed, it must address issues such as radioactive waste treatment and commercial feasibility.