MapStand has a database of global CCUS Projects and associated infrastructure such as planned CO2 pipelines (repurposed or newly constructed).
This layer of the map also provides information on CCS Processing facilities along with CO2 storage locations and CO2 emission point sources.
MapStand’s Hydrogen database consists of a global hydrogen project layer and associated infrastructure.
You can find information on hydrogen electrolyser units, planned pipeline infrastructure for pure hydrogen, and hydrogen blends within existing or newly constructed natural gas pipelines.
MapStand global geodatabase now includes Geothermal energy data such as borehole locations as well as exploration, production, and research geothermal licences. The Geothermal infrastructure layer also includes geothermal borehole locations, as well as other Geothermal energy data.
Energy Transition describes the changes to the energy system required to decarbonise both electricity production and high CO2 emitting industrial processes.
Transition starts with where we are today, described in MapStand’s Oil and Gas, Infrastructure and Power Plant, and Renewables databases. However, looking ahead, changes will have to occur at all levels to all datasets. A low carbon future needs an integrated energy system.
Our interactive newsfeed tracks companies active in Energy Transition including Energy Producers, Technology Providers and Service Providers.