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Energy Web Atlas | LNG - available now

Developed with the needs of the LNG sector in mind, this interactive global atlas allows you to filter and zoom into your specific areas of LNG interest. With a wealth of up-to-date, accurate information this tool enables you to make informed, faster decisions with confidence. Get a whole new perspective on the LNG sector.

First developed in 2012, Petroleum Economist's Interactive World LNG Map web application built on the brand's reputation for cartographic excellence, while allowing users enhanced flexibility in how they use the information.

The World LNG Map has now been developed to fit with a new wider range of online mapping applications under the Energy Web Atlas (EWA) brand. The World LNG Map now benefits from a new platform which uses the ESRI ArcMap software allowing subscribers to get more detail than ever before and:

  • Zoom from global overview to country-level detail
  • Access project data, including status and ownership
  • Filter the map view to create tailored maps
  • Capture images for use in presentations and reports

Launched in October 2017 this new interactive atlas of LNG will be a revelation for anyone working in LNG.

Detailed project information available at a click:


Choose from several basemap options:

Export and print customised data and images:

 

To request a demo or trial information please complete the form below.

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