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Data Director's Q4 Update


The fall/autumn is nearly with us, and it’s been a busy period for the Global Energy Infrastructure (GEI) researchers and analysts. The data provision from the GEI team now includes a variety of traditional midstream and downstream projects as well as covering those from the transition sectors such as hydrogen and carbon capture storage.

Several updates have occurred to our systems. We have implemented the plans and developments to update the Construction Boxscore Database. The downstream data held in Construction Boxscore serves the subscribers with highly valuable information on refining, petrochemicals and gas processing. As mentioned in the spring we have now included biorefineries and sites for the production of alternative fuels these you will find these in the system. In the coming months the liquiefied natural gas (LNG) information in Boxscore will be transferred and consolidated into our LNG dataset.

In June, the CCS/CCUS dataset was launched. It has global coverage and features over 500 projects, from a variety of source industries. Data included covers operators, shareholders, volumes of CO2 captured including capture types and storage types plus technology engaged in the projects. As with all our databases this set includes information on status, start dates and geographical information and much more.

Other developments include work on providing information on hydrogen pipelines. These are currently only available on the GEI Mapping portal, which is supporting the hydrogen project database, but this set will be rolled out on the main GEI platform by the end of 2023.

We are maintaining close ties with our editorial teams across the Gulf Energy Information brands. This enables us offer brand bundles to not only offer analysis and news but detailed data and information on these projects. If you haven’t seen the GEI Mapping portal, the CCS/CCUS dataset, or any of our products, I highly recommend that you contact us for a demonstration.

As winter and 2024 draw nearer the team look forward to working closely with our customers and clients to improve the data through continued detailed research and provide that data with intuitive technology platforms such as the GEI website in tabular form, spatially referenced in our GEI Mapping platform or through bespoke online Data Dashboards.

- Peregrine Bush, Senior Director, Data and Technology

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