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World Energy Atlas 2009 Contains 131 Mapping Plates, Over 288 Full Colour Pages, is Definitive Source for the Oil and Gas Industry

October 1, 2008

Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/5341dc/world_energy_atlas) has announced the addition of the “World Energy Atlas 2009″ report to their offering.

The Petroleum Economist World Energy Atlas 2009 contains 131 mapping plates over 288 full colour pages. It is the definitive source of cartographic information for the oil and gas industry.

The hard-bound Atlas details:

— All major oil and gas fields and pipelines

— All major deepwater fields

— All major oil refineries

— All major underground gas storage and gas processing facilities

— All LNG facilities, including those under construction, planned or speculative

— Tanker terminals

— 16 pages of energy statistics including a map on CO2 Emissions

— Now featuring a third generation satellite derived digital terrain model basemap on the majority of map plates

The improvements to the new Atlas include:

— Fully updated oil and gas infrastructure information for 2009

— Pages now have lines of longitude and latitude

— Improved North American section to now include pipelines

— Satelilite derived digital model base

The Atlas is accompanied by a CD-ROM that will enable you to:

— Print your own maps in full colour

— Incorporate maps into presentations

— Zoom in on areas with no loss of resolution

— Locate places of specific interest

Free CD-ROM also accompanies this hardcopy

For more information visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/5341dc/world_energy_atlas




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