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.
Rabah Arezki and Akito Matsumoto from the IMF look at the oil market.
Rabah Arezki looks at the oil market.
Thanks to technological advances, we no longer need to worry about running out of oil, says Chevron's CEO and chairman.
For a brief moment, the five most valuable companies in the world were all technology companies.
The summer vacation is over, and the political situation has deteriorated, writes Anders Borg, formerly Sweden's finance minister.
Rabah Arezki looks at oil prices and the global economy.
Oil prices have fallen since June, these are the factors and trends influencing the market.
Saudi Arabia has yet to articulate how it will mitigate the significant risks associated with transforming its economy in the span of two decades. What are the main obstacles to success?
Low oil prices have presented a challenge to oil exporters, but many economies have made a strong start in adapting, argue the authors.
Saudi Arabia’s sovereign wealth fund is investing $3.5bn in Uber, marking the largest single investment ever made in a private company.