Energy Web Atlas launches World Pipeline dataset
HOUSTON -- Gulf Energy Information, a leading provider of market intelligence and technical information for the international energy industry, announced Tuesday the introduction of the World Pipeline layer to the Energy Web Atlas (EWA).
Energy Web Atlas, an ESRI-based GIS platform, tracks detailed data—including operators, shareholders, pipeline route, and pipeline specifications—for more than 3,670 natural gas pipelines globally.
With coverage including existing and planned pipelines as well as those currently under construction, the World Pipeline layers gives business development teams the project data and key contacts needed. The web-based platform also tracks liquified natural gas facilities/projects, gas processing infrastructure and renewable energy developments.
“Natural gas pipelines are the next phase for the Energy Web Atlas. The World Pipeline dataset is based upon research that Pipeline & Gas Journal and Petroleum Economist, our sister publications, have been collecting for more than 100 years,” said Scott Allgood, director of Data Services, Gulf Energy Information. “The integration of the pipeline data into EWA provides more in-depth information that is maintained in real time by experienced research teams and available in a more user-friendly, interactive package."
Additional features include:
- Users can import their own data to facilitate integrated project analysis
- Survey the pipeline situation at the regional level or drill down into data on a single pipeline
- Scroll between national overview and detailed state-level infrastructure.
Further geospatial datasets covering Downstream Construction, Petrochemical Assets, Refining Assets and Vessel Tracking will be added to the Energy Web Atlas through 2019.
To learn more, visit Energy Web Atlas at http://EnergyWebAtlas.com.
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