The Energy Web Atlas is a comprehensive source of actionable project intelligence for the international energy industry. Covering every aspect of the business, the ESRI-based GIS platform allows users to interrogate real-time project information, export and manipulate data, and secure the know-how needed to stay ahead of the competition.
The Energy Web Atlas’ flagship map includes detailed information on every LNG project, providing users with a single reference source for global LNG data. An additional map tracking US gas processing plants is available, equipping users with data and contacts for hundreds of facilities across the nation. Further maps covering renewable energy projects, downstream construction projects, and oil and gas pipeline infrastructure will be added to the Energy Web Atlas in 2018.
Developed by Gulf Publishing Company, the Energy Web Atlas draws on the data and experience of the industry’s leading trade journals— Hydrocarbon Processing, Gas Processing, Petroleum Economist, Pipeline & Gas Journal and World Oil — to give users the data they need to run their business.
This subscription-based product, which is updated in real time, allows customers to interact with the latest data. The Energy Web Atlas also allows customers to import their own data and incorporates the following features:
The Energy Web Atlas’ Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) map is a comprehensive source of project/facility information.
The Energy Web Atlas’ US gas processing plant map is a comprehensive source of data for plants across the nation. The fully searchable platform contains data on nearly 600 plants.
Hydrocarbon Processing’s Construction Boxscore Database has been equipping the hydrocarbon processing industry with project intelligence for more than 60 years. The comprehensive global database, which is updated in real time, is being upgraded and incorporated into the Energy Web Atlas and will be available to clients in Q2 2018.
Covering active construction projects in the refining, petrochemical, natural gas and LNG industries, the platform equips management officials, engineers and marketing personnel with the tools and data they need for market research, trends analysis and prospecting.
The database is updated daily and includes detailed project information, such as the as companies associated with each project, key personnel, scope, and detailed project specifications. Please contact J'nette Davis-Nichols.
For more than 100 years, Gulf Publishing Company has been the leading provider of business and technical knowledge for the global oil and gas industry. Since its foundation in 1916, the company has evolved from a single publication—The Oil Weekly, which was dedicated to upstream activity in the Gulf Coast area of the United States—to a diversified information company, with coverage spanning the upstream, midstream and downstream sectors of the international oil and gas industry.
World Oil has been the "must-read" technical publication covering the exploration, drilling, completionand production of onshore and offshore oil and gas, for more than 100 years
Hydrocarbon Processing provides cutting-edge technical content and information for the global refining, petrochemical, gas processing and LNG industries
Petroleum Economist offers high-level intelligence and opinion on the events and people shaping the global energy market - it's the information that energy strategists can't do business without
Gas Processing was the first publication devoted solely to technology and trends in the global gas processing industry, with distribution among upstream, midstream and downstream executives and engineers
Pipeline and Gas Journal is regarded as the authority on pipelines, with coverage encompassing every aspect of midstream infrastructure
Pipeline News publishes a comprehensive database of oil and gas pipeline development and construction projects
Underground Construction serves the natural gas, water, sewer and telecom industries with the latest news, products, project case studies and regulatory updates relevant to the underground industry