The World Bank will no longer finance upstream oil and gas projects after 2019.
Norway's central bank has recommended that the Ministry of Finance remove oil and gas holdings from its $1 trillion (£760 billion) sovereign wealth fund.
People across northern China are preparing for their first winter with gas heating - part of a government effort to wean the nation off dirty coal and improve the country's notoriously ba...
An engineer has discovered a way to turn liquid oil into spill-resistant pellets with air capsules in their core for buoyancy.
Turkey has managed to keep the oil and gas flowing, but for how long given a more fractured Middle East and a worsening of relations with Europe?
The European energy market is going through a significant transformation. Ukraine will play a central role in the region's energy future. Here's why.
Associate professor Mohammed Nuruzzaman explores the situation in the region after Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, Bahrain and Egypt decided to break off ties with Qatar.
As the world shifts away from crude oil, Saudi Arabia must make use of solar resources and improve energy efficiency – its young generation can lead the way.
Technological breakthroughs are producing sweeping changes throughout the economy, from manufacturing to your check-out lane at Wal-Mart, and from legal research to laser surgery.
Latin America needs to embark on a new phase of economic and social development that, while building on past achievements in terms of economic growth and poverty reduction, has to focus o...
The unprecedented scale of changes taking place in global energy requires a transformational response from companies as well as countries.
Azerbaijan’s position today is an outcome of the comprehensive, specific and targeted efforts of the past few years.
Oil production in the United States could bring stability to an upwardly volatile global oil market, writes Carlos Pascual of IHS.
A look at the changing oil prices over more than 150 years - and the factors driving the change.
The International Energy Agency expects global oil consumption to peak no sooner than 2040.