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 gas and oil pipeline infrastructure, downstream construction projects, and renewable energy projects. Newly added to the EWA offering is a global dataset on hydrogen. Production sites are mapped alongside the new users of this expanding energy resource.
Developed by Gulf Energy Information, the Energy Web Atlas draws on the data and experience of the industry’s leading trade journals— Hydrocarbon Processing, Gas Processing, PE Media Network, 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:
A leading provider of media, marketing and market intelligence services—provides in depth insights, technical content and strategic direction to the international energy industry.
Gulf’s market-leading brands—PE Media Network (incorporating Petroleum Economist, Transition Economist and Hydrogen Economist), World Oil, Hydrocarbon Processing, Pipeline & Gas Journal, Gas Processing & LNG, Pipeline News, and Underground Construction—serve their markets with traditional print publications as well as digital media that leverage large audiences.
Moreover, Gulf also provides market intelligence solutions to the international energy industry through Global Energy Infrastructure, Energy Web Atlas (EWA) and the Construction Boxscore Database.
World Oil, established in 1916 as The Oil Weekly, is the leading technical publication for upstream professionals. For more than 100 years, World Oil has provided readers with global coverage of the latest information and technological advances relating to the exploration, drilling, completion and production of offshore and onshore oil and gas.
Global Energy Infrastructure - Project data and market intelligence is consolidated in the Global Energy Infrastructure (GEI) site for easy access. This site carries project data and the latest news for refining, petrochemicals, LNG, oil and gas pipelines, renewables, and hydrogen. All data covers the global marketplace. All data is updated on a continuous basis, and includes status, scope, project description, and other essential data. GEI data is used by the world’s largest energy companies and suppliers to track projects around the world. Used by both business development and market analysts, a comprehensive view and intelligence of the global energy market gives users an advantage in winning new business and understanding trends in important market segments.
Hydrocarbon Processing - Since 1922, management and technical professionals from petroleum refining, gas processing, petrochemical/chemical and engineer/constructor companies throughout the world have turned to Hydrocarbon Processing for high-quality technical and operating information.
PE Media Network is the modern multi-media, multi-channel option for energy industry information and communication. It brings together three streams of value-add subscription content—Petroleum Economist, Transition Economist and Hydrogen Economist—PE’s 30-year experience in cartography and infrastructure data, and the PE Events’ roster of focused boutique forums on specific underserved elements of the industry.
Gas Processing & LNG is the first publication devoted solely to technology and trends in the global gas processing industry. Published bimonthly, Gas Processing & LNG focuses on midstream gas processing, pipelines, NGL, LNG and GTL. The publication provides access to professionals actively involved in the gas processing industry.
Pipeline & Gas Journal has been the essential resource for technology and trends in the midstream industry focusing on pipeline and natural gas distribution; written and edited to be of service to those involved in moving, marketing and managing hydrocarbons from the wellhead to the ultimate consumer.
Pipeline News publishes a comprehensive database of oil and gas pipeline development and construction projects.
Underground Construction serves the water, sewer, natural gas and telecom industries with the latest news, products, project case studies and regulation updates relevant to the underground industry. Readership is composed of contractors, engineers, municipal employees and other asset owners.