Europe might be able to replace Russian crude oil with imports from other countries, but it is unlikely to be able to cover a gas shortfall any time soon.
As the US bans the import of oil, gas and coal from Russia, what are the other petroleum products that Russia exports?
There have been global energy crises before. The first was in 1973, after a war between Arab countries and Israel. That led to the creation of the IEA.
Gas prices in America have sky rocketed to all-time highs, exacerbated by the recent lifting of COVID-19 restrictions and Russia's invasion of Ukraine.
The IEA has revealed a 10-point plan to cut oil use as Russia's war on Ukraine deepens concerns about supply. This includes having car-free days in cities.
Two experts on global energy and food commodity markets join Radio Davos to explain the impact of the war in Ukraine that is being felt around the world.
The EU imports less Russian oil and gas than it did a decade ago, but the country remains a significant trading partner.
Renewable natural gas is seen as a breakthrough clean energy, but what exactly is it - and is it as sustainable as energy sources like wind and solar?
Russia's invasion of Ukraine inflated oil prices even further to well over $110 per barrel. We outline the impact on oil prices and the energy transition.
Very few companies appear prepared to risk doing business with Russia, meaning energy commodity trade could dry up even without international sanctions.
What affects oil prices and how do fluctuations impact the wider economy? We discuss rising inflation, post-pandemic recovery and the energy transition.
Gas stoves have been found to be a bigger contributor to the climate crisis than previously believed, as they produce methane even when not in use.
The Consumer Price Index (CPI), which is a widely used measure of inflation by the U.S. government, increased by 7.0% from December 2020 to December 2021.
The inflation rate in the US has seen its fastest annual increase in over 30 years, with fuel, transportation, and meat products seeing some of the steepest increases.
Corporations are aiming for net zero by 2050, but the reality is that the next decade will be decisive for the climate. Here's what investors should expect