OPEC’s latest oil demand outlook fits with a yet-to-be-ratified plan with its allies to boost crude supplies.
OPEC+ talks were abandoned earlier this month over a dispute that pivoted on UAE production quotas.
We round up the numbers from the week’s key economic stories to keep you in the know.
Indian mogul and fossil-fuel billionaire unveiled a plan to invest $10.1bn over three years in green energy.
Al Jazeera sits down with the UNDP chief who says helping developing countries is in wealthier nations’ self-interest.
CEOs, speaking at the Qatar Economic Forum, said lack of investment will curtail future crude supplies.
Economic reopenings have driven a commodities price surge this year, but the last two weeks have seen prices slump.
The Chinese-backed coal-fired power plant in Chattogram, Bangladesh has been the site of deadly crackdowns on protests.
We gather the numbers to know from the week’s biggest economic news stories so you can impress your friends.
Oman unrest is harbinger for other Gulf petrostates that need to diversify to create jobs for legions of young people.
Environmental defeats against ExxonMobil and Shell show energy giants could be forced to decarbonise more aggressively.
Investor with a tiny stake in ExxonMobil scored historic climate victory when it won two seats on the oil giant’s board.
The ruling is a landmark victory in the battle against climate change and could set a precedent for other energy giants.