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World Energy, 2012 Edition

Platts Print

Product : Map
Frequency : Other
Region : Global

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World Energy Capacity and Consumption
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Platts recently updated World Energy, 2012 edition wall map presents core components of the global energy market in striking detail and vivid color. The stylish design will enhance any office or meeting room, serving as an essential reference for a broad array of the most relevant energy-related topics..


Expanding upon previous editions, the map highlights major power producing countries and global energy consumers set in the context of key infrastructure such as LNG terminals, oil refineries, oil & LNG ports, oil pipelines, and coal export terminals. This map also provides a sophisticated world base-map showing generalized LNG & oil shipping routes, areas with concentrations of major oil fields, shale regions & major coal fields. It also includes current country names & boundaries, capital cities, & other geographic reference points.


This fine quality print goes well beyond geography to present a wealth of graphs and inset maps to assist you in understanding trends in energy trade, consumption, generation and emissions. As a touch point of your office, it can be used to understand the global energy landscape, kindle insight into future trends and as a spring board to formulate strategy.


Map Features


Energy Production & Consumption

  • Countries colored by energy-consumed
  • Graphs depicting the 30 highest power generating countries with existing & planned generation mix
  • Inset map showing projected growth of world energy consumption by region
  • Inset map showing world total energy consumption & fuel mix by region

Natural Gas

  • LNG terminals
  • LNG shipping routes
  • Major shale gas regions

Coal

  • Coal export locations
  • Coal shipping routes
  • Major coal-field regions

Oil

  • Oil refineries
  • Major oil ports
  • Major oil pipeline paths
  • Oil shipping routes
  • Generalized areas of major oil fields

This striking map also features charts and graphs representing key energy-related statistics

  • World oil exporters and importers
  • World energy use by fuel, 1980-2030
  • World liquids consumption by end-use sector
  • World carbon dioxide emissions, 2005-2030
  • World net electric power generation by fuel, 1990-2030
  • World electricity generation by fuel, 2005-2030
  • Growth rate for energy related CO2 emissions from 2005-2030

Geographic Reference

  • World countries with country name and country capital
  • World time-zone reference
  • Latitude and longitude grid lines

Benefits

  • Explore the relationships between generation capacity, fuel types, and energy consumption
  • Discover the global interconnections of major shipping lanes, oil ports, refineries and LNG terminals overlaid on the most current geographic reference material available
  • Understand historical trends with an abundance of statistical data