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Oil and oil product pipeline map of European and Asian markets : 1st edition / produced by the Petroleum Economist in association with IAOT, International Association of Oil Transporters, ... [and 7 others], members, and Caspian Pipeline Consortium, observer ; [prepared by] Petroleum Economist Cartographic ; designed, produced, and distributed by Petroleum Economist ; designed by K. Fuller and P. Bush
- Petroleum Economist Cartographic (Firm)
- London : The Petroleum Economist Ltd., 2017.
Shows oil fields, oil and gas fields, oil pipelines (existing, under construction, planned), products pipelines (existing, under construction, planned), pipeline names/ diameter in inches, oil refineries, tanker terminals, capital cities, towns, towns with refineries, international boundaries, ill-defined international boundaries, IAOT member or observer nations, and non-IAOT member or observer nations. "Published March 2017"--On panel. "© The Petroleum Economist Limited, London, March 2017." Includes legend, text, notes, statistical tables, graphs, and IAOT member and observer logos. Graphs: Selected regional oil statistics -- Regional refinery capacity and throughput. Tables: Princip[al] crude oil and products pipelines -- Refining in Japan. Text on verso: IAOT profile.
- Europe and Asia
- Oil fields—Eurasia—Maps, Gas fields—Eurasia—Maps, Petroleum refineries—Eurasia—Maps, Petroleum pipelines—Eurasia—Maps, Petroleum shipping terminals—Eurasia—Maps, Petroleum pipelines—Europe, Eastern—Maps, Petroleum pipelines—East Asia—Maps, Eurasia—Maps, Europe, Eastern—Maps, East Asia—Maps, and Thematic maps
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