Energy Infrastructure

How unpleasant and impractical that these things are $200 a pop. Just the coarse view is interesting.

National Crude Oil Production Sites and Crude Oil Pipelines
Central Gulf Coast Natural Gas Pipelines Wall Map


Well, if anybody owns copies of these things, the University of Texas has to. I wonder how to track them down. Maybe they are next door at the Bureau.
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4 thoughts on “Energy Infrastructure

  1. James Long says:

    I uesd to work at the BEG when Fisher was head and Virgil Barnes was still around to talk about tektites. Great place for maps.

  2. Nosmo says:

    UT does have a Department of Petroleum Engineering. Ask around there first.

  3. The Bureau of Economic Geology is easier for me, and they are pretty much Map Central.

  4. Jay Alt says:

    Map Showing Geology, Oil and Gas Fields, and Geologic Provinces of the Gulf of Mexico Region 8.5 Mbhttp://pubs.usgs.gov/of/1997/ofr-97-470/OF97-470L/Energy Resources Mapping http://certmapper.cr.usgs.gov/data/envision/index.htmlzoom and toggle features. Production folder holds oil & gas well locations, by decade from 1910. First offshore wells in Gulf date from the '40s.

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