79% of America's energy consumption still originates from fossil fuels; however, the statistics shown demonstrate a shift towards more renewable sources.
Shareholder revolts and legal precedents - an expert explains how recent developments may change how oil and gas companies deal with climate change, on Radio Davos.
Incumbents must understand their role in the energy transition and decide what to offload, where to diversify and which new opportunities to target.
A Dutch court ruled against Royal Dutch Shell, and in the US shareholders in Exxon and Chevron pushed for more climate action. Here's what it all means.
The sharing economy is a mature concept in the B2C segment, however it is in its early days for becoming business as usual in B2B.
Critical infrastructure such as oil and gas must get used to the idea of a continually escalating cyberthreat landscape – and plan accordingly
The recent cyber-attack on the US oil and gas pipeline could become one of the most expensive attacks to an economy. Here are six principles to improve cybersecurity.
Western economies are using Africa's natural gas energy whilst its own nations are disenfranchised, unable to build infrastructure to power green economy.
We need a global approach to developing measures against plastic pollution and regulating the petrochemicals industry.
Gas flaring is an environmental disaster and a waste of precious resources. Here's how to meet the World Bank's goal to end routine flaring by 2030.
Extreme winter weather in Texas caused energy shortages and threatened health and safety. A mix of energy sources could be the way forward, say two experts.
Demand for oil and gas is likely to remain, albeit lowered, for the foreseeable future, so the challenge is how to invest in the lowest emitting options.
From 1880, the Earth's average surface temperature has risen by 0.07°C every decade, significantly fuelled by human developments such as industrial revolutions.
The oil and gas sector must start planning and working together as it faces an increasingly uncertain future – and doing so will unlock new opportunities.
The COVID-19 pandemic has had a dramatic effect on the price of metals, energy and food, with record lows for oil and highs for gold. Here's the World Bank's forecast for their recovery.