Russia’s Role in Europe’s Gas Crisis
Natural gas prices have spiked worldwide, with price surges most acutely felt in Europe.
Global Leaders Want More OPEC+ Oil and More Climate Action
OPEC+ will meet in the coming days to decide on next steps in regards to unwinding extraordinary production cuts. Meanwhile, in Glasgow, global leaders are trying to ratchet up the climate ambition.
Saudi Arabia Says it is Aiming for Net Zero Emissions. How Serious is it?
Ahead of COP26, one of the world’s largest oil producers committed to reaching net-zero emissions by 2060.
Will the U.S. Go to Glasgow Empty-Handed?
The stakes are high as President Biden nears COP26 with an ambitious U.S. climate change program hanging in the balance.
China’s Energy Crisis Comes as World Urges Faster Climate Action
Stark mismatches in demand and supply have hit China's power sector as the international community urges a swift shift from fossil fuels.
China’s Power Crunch Hits U.S. Manufacturing, Semiconductors and Local EV Adoption
The impacts of China's power outages on manufacturing have gone global, as the ripple effects begin to emerge.
China To End Overseas Coal
While still building coal power plants at home, China has announced that it will no longer fund the construction of coal plants abroad.
Climate Crisis Influences Multiple Elections in Europe and North America
Climate change has emerged as a front-and-center issue in multiple elections across the world.
Nearing Completion, Nord Stream 2 Saga Approaches Final Act
A U.S.-German agreement on the Nord Stream 2 pipeline has seemingly put to bed a geopolitical saga that has dragged for more than half a decade.
A New Deal on the Rocks: Why Sanctions on Iran’s Oil Might Not Be Ending
Iran and the United States remain unable to reach an agreement on the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA)—and analysts believe Iran's continued clandestine oil sales mean a JCPOA deal would only have a muted oil market effect.