Maps & Geospatial

There is a geographic dimension to most energy data. Natural gas producing fields, gas processing plants, pipelines, power generating facilities, utility service territories, import terminals and industrial plants are at specific locations. The visualization of those locations in a map-based view is often the best way to understand the relationships between the facilities. But physical location provides only one aspect of those relationships. Even more important are the flow, capacity, pricing and other interactions between facilities that can be tracked using energy data sources available from Platts.

Platts' mapping and geospatial products give you the ability to geographically represent a wealth of energy information in North America and Europe. These products contain a large array of meticulously researched information from thousands of industry sources, providing you with a clear and concise way to spatially understand, analyze and customize your view of the energy industry, identify new opportunities and reveal industry trends.