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A fantastic reference resource for anyone who needs to understand the global energy industry, and how new discoveries of oil and gas, or proposed infrastructure projects, fit into the existing global distribution network.
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The World Energy Atlas is a high-quality, hard-bound book, produced by Petroleum Economist's specialist energy cartographers. Containing 138 maps over 300 full-colour pages the atlas also includes a CD-Rom from which you can download the map images for use in presentations and reports.
The map plates, all fully updated for 2013, use satellite-derived base-map imagery to help users visualise how facilities such as pipelines and LNG projects relate to the geographical terrain.
The maps show all major:
Oil and gas fields
Oil, gas and products pipelines (including those under construction and planned)
Gas processing plants
Underground gas storage facilities
Independent oil storage facilities (above 100,000cm)
LNG export plants (existing, under construction, planned and speculative)
LNG import terminals (existing, under construction, planned and speculative)
Also included is a World Energy Statistics section, featuring world maps to illustrate production and consumption data by country for all the major energy types. Data is drawn from a range of sources, including BP Statistical Review, Cedigaz, EA Gibson Shipbrokers and the World Energy Council.
The World Energy Atlas is divided into 9 regional sections and also contains a comprehensive index of place names, making it very easy to locate any area of particular interest