GLOBAL FOSSIL INFRASTRUCTURE TRACKER

The Global Fossil Infrastructure Tracker provides information on existing and proposed oil and gas pipelines, LNG terminals, and coal terminals. The tracker uses a two-level system for organizing information. Summary information including location, status, owner, and size is found on the maps and table. For further detail, each unit shown in the map or the table is linked to a wiki page on SourceWatch.

Summary Data

Pipeline Statistics 

Pipeline Statistics by Country
Pipeline Statistics by Region
Pipeline Statistics by Owner
Pipeline Statistics by Start Year
LNG Terminals by Owner

About

The Global Fossil Infrastructure Tracker is published by Global Energy Monitor a global network of researchers developing collaborative informational resources on fossil fuels and alternatives.

Methodology

The Global Fossil Infrastructure Tracker (GFIT) organizes information in both map and table formats. The interactive map allows users to geographically visualize pipeline routes and terminal locations, provides links to further information, and provides menu-based data filtering options. In addition, each infrastructure project has a wiki page housed on the Sourcewatch website. Wiki links are provided with each project in the map and table. When information about an item changes, the changes are made to both the GFIT and the wiki page.
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