May 2018 Vol 73 No. 5


Energy Web Atlas-NGI Partnership Leverages Real-Time, Global LNG Project Data

Under a new partnership with Gulf Energy Information’s (GEI) Energy Web Atlas (EWA), Stanford University’s Natural Gas Initiative (NGI) research will be supplemented with EWA, a comprehensive source of actionable project intelligence for the energy industry. The partnership also facilitates distribution of NGI research findings through EWA and its associated GEI publications, including Gas Processing and Hydrocarbon Processing.

“We are thrilled to work with such a premier research institution within the natural gas industry and have the ability to collaborate with industry leaders and members,” said Scott Allgood, Director of Data Services, Gulf Energy Information.

EWA (, an ESRI-based GIS platform, allows users to examine and interact with real-time natural gas project data. It tracks, and incorporates wide-ranging information on, more than 500 LNG facilities/projects and more than 3,670 natural gas pipelines (existing, planned and under construction) around the world. It also integrates detailed data on natural gas infrastructure in the United States.

Headquartered in Houston, Gulf Energy Information produces seven trade journals (Underground Construction, Pipeline & Gas Journal, Pipeline News, World Oil, Hydrocarbon Processing, Gas Processing and Petroleum Economist), related websites and events, and data products like the new EWA.

“Gulf Energy Information will bring a wealth of industry information and experience to our work through the Energy Web Atlas and its participation in Natural Gas Initiative programs and events,” said Bradley Ritts, NGI managing director. “Importantly, this relationship also provides additional pathways to ensure that the new knowledge being created at Stanford is communicated to interested stakeholders around the world.”

NGI is a collaboration of more than 40 research groups at Stanford University – representing engineering, science, policy, geopolitical and business disciplines – and industry partners and other external stakeholders focused on generating the knowledge needed to maximize the social, economic and environmental benefit of natural gas.

Gulf Energy Information,
(713) 520-4464,

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