We visualize the distribution of the world’s uranium reserves by country, with 3 countries accounting for more than half of total reserves. The post Charted: Global Uranium Reserves, by Country appeared first on Visual Capitalist.
Over the last decade, the United States has established itself as the world’s top producer of crude oil, surpassing Saudi Arabia and Russia. The post Visualizing the Rise of the U.S. as Top Crude Oil Producer appeared first on Visual Capitalist.
In this graphic, we explore the projected generation capacity of different clean electricity technologies in the U.S. for 2023 and 2024. The post 2024 U.S. Clean Electricity Outlook appeared first on Visual Capitalist.
Despite concerns about nuclear waste, high-level radioactive waste constitutes less than 0.25% of all radioactive waste ever generated. The post Visualizing All the Nuclear Waste in the World appeared first on Visual Capitalist.
Uranium production is concentrated in a few countries worldwide. This graphic shows the top producers globally since 1945. The post Cumulative Uranium Production, by Country (1945-2022) appeared first on Visual Capitalist.
Which companies and sectors generate the most profit per employee? We rank the top 25 companies in the U.S. based on this interesting metric. The post Ranked: Top U.S. Companies, by Profit per Employee appeared first on Visual Capitalist.
High resource dependency in trade makes countries more susceptible to market fluctuations and climate change. The post Ranked: Resource Dependency Across 30 Major Economies appeared first on Visual Capitalist.
Where does the internet live? This graphic highlights the biggest data center markets in the world by electricity consumption. The post Ranked: Top 50 Data Center Markets by Power Consumption appeared first on Visual Capitalist.
Visual Capitalist and EnergyX explore how direct lithium extraction could disrupt the $90B lithium industry. The post Will Direct Lithium Extraction Disrupt the $90B Lithium Market? appeared first on Visual Capitalist.
Commodity returns in 2023 took a hit. This graphic shows the performance of commodities like gold, oil, nickel, and corn over the last decade. The post The Periodic Table of Commodity Returns (2014-2023) appeared first on Visual Capitalist.