1990 - 2020
THREE DECADES OF VISUALISING THE ENERGY INDUSTRY
30 years of Mapping Excellence
Petroleum Economist Cartographic published its first map outside of the magazine in 1990. The MIDDLE EAST OIL & GAS EXPORT ROUTES map was created to give PE subscribers a better picture of the energy scene prior to the outbreak of the first Gulf War. Shortly after came the first sponsored, large-format sheet maps in 1991, looking at the wider energy market, including the first edition of the very popular ENERGY MAP OF THE WORLD.
In 1999, we published our first global compilation of maps: the MILLENNIUM ENERGY ATLAS. Over the next 14 years, we produced 6 further editions.
In 2002 we introduced 5 of our new maps to the delegates of WPC in Rio de Janeiro, including the WORLD OIL MAP, and have subsequently distributed a range of map titles at ADIPEC, GASTECH, LNG and WGC, at venues across the world.
In 2019 we launched the digital version of the WORLD LNG MAP on the EXXONMOBIL stand at GASTECH in Houston.
Since our launch in 1990 these maps have increased in detail, increased in quality and style, incorporating satellite imagery in 2005 and live data in 2019.
We currently have a portfolio of approximately 50 energy map titles, covering all continents of the world, at country, regional and global scales, each of which took on average 3 months ito create, design and produce. These maps are adorned with the brands and logos of many of the industry's leading stakeholders. .
For 30 years Petroleum Economist cartographers have been producing high quality sheet maps, atlases, factbooks and digital mapping applications for the energy sector.
Interactive World LNG Map
Sponsored by ExxonMobil
The World LNG Map is a comprehensive source of LNG related facilities and project data. The web-based platform allows individuals to access the latest project data (including facility status and ownership details), detailed pipeline information, vessel/shipping information, and more.
The platform serves as a single reference source for all LNG projects across the globe. The platform allows users to interrogate project information, export and manipulate data, create production quality bespoke maps, and create custom reports.
The ESRI (Environmental Systems Research Institute) - based platform is updated in real-time by a dedicated support team, thereby ensuring that the latest LNG data -regardless of project location or status - is readily available.
Access to the World LNG Map is FREE with a subscription to the ExxonMobil LNG newsletter. Visit our digital mapping page for further details.
We asked our audience what they think about PE maps
Petroleum Economist (PE) is the world’s leading provider of energy maps.
The maps and factbooks are of high value to oil and gas industry executives around the world.
Exclusive sponsorship of a PE map generates an association between the sponsor and the map, and guarantees repeat brand exposure for a minimum of 12 months.
For three decades we have partnered with the leading energy companies to deliver our print and digital products. Over 1 million maps have been distributed to all the Petroleum Economist subscribers and at major industry events.
If you want to become one of our map partners and see the benefits, contact our commercial team.
New maps for 2020
Published and forthcoming print and digital maps
Oil and Gas Map of the Eastern Mediterranean
The second edition of this map details the oil and gas infrastructure as well as mapping the latest licensing round developments for key countries in the region
World LNG Map
The World LNG Map is our comprehensive guide to the LNG industry. Packed with all the data and information required to fully inform you and your customers
Interactive World LNG Map
To accompany the print edition our digital mapping application will be updated and relaunched
World Gas Map
The World Gas Map gives you a comprehensive overview of the global natural gas industry, showing the location of all major gasfields, pipelines, LNG plants and terminals, and GTL projects.
Interactive World Gas Map
The second version of the digital mapping application featuring enhanced data and information about the projects and facilities in the natural gas sector
World LNG Factbook
A return of our popular A5 sized handbook detailing the all the existing and under construction LNG liquefaction plants and regasification terminals