Global Energy Decisions Releases Updated, Unique Oil & Gas Well Maps of the United Statesadmin
Today, Global Energy Decisions, LLC (Global Energy) announced the release of updated 2006 Oil & Gas Well Maps. The maps cover three key areas of oil and gas production in the United States: the Rocky Mountains, Southwest/Gulf Coast, & Mid-Continent Regions. All three maps are full color, measure 36 x 55 inches and include lamination.
Each map displays:
– Gas Wells (active & plugged) – Gas Pipelines (sized by diameter) – Oil Wells (active & plugged) – Oil Pipelines – Interstates & U.S. Highways – Cities & Towns – Lakes & Rivers – Counties & States
– Satellite Imagery combined with Topography!
New items on this edition include:
– Latest Satellite Imagery – County Labels – Enhanced Water Detail – Enhanced Pipeline Detail
– Interstate Labels
“These maps are quite unique because they combine the latest satellite imagery and topography to display a true representation of the physical landscape,” said Farid Tabaian, Global Energy Decisions Cartographer.
These maps are a must have for anyone involved in the dynamic oil and gas industry. They are an invaluable tool that provides unprecedented detail. They are ideal for display in executive offices, boardrooms, and corporate lobbies.
Visit www.globalenergymaps.com/oil-gas-index.html or call 303-444-2393 to purchase or get additional information.
About Global Energy: Global Energy provides energy organizations with solutions based on a common framework of software applications, energy markets data, advisory services and maps to enable energy professionals to forecast electricity pricing and demand, conduct resource planning, perform strategic studies and competitor analysis, manage risk, trade energy and schedule delivery, and optimize generation performance. Based in Boulder, Colorado, Global Energy has over 400 customer relationships worldwide with the industry’s leading market participants. More information about Global Energy is available at www.globalenergy.com.
CONTACT: JASON McMAHAN
Source: Global Energy Decisions