The Global Gas Infrastructure Tracker (GGIT) is a resource for researchers, communities, activists, and students who would like to learn more about natural gas infrastructure around the world. It serves as a surveillance system for planned and existing projects, enabling users to track locations, status, size, history, ownership, and industry trends. Currently the tracker includes gas pipelines and liquefied natural gas (LNG) terminals.
The tracker organizes information in both a map and table format. Projects can be filtered in the following ways:
The tracker was designed and produced by Global Energy Monitor, an organization developing collaborative resources on the global energy system. Researchers who have contributed to GGIT include Greig Aitken, Sophia Bauer, James Browning, Natalie Cherot, Gregor Clark, Hanna Fralikhina, Joshua Frank, Christina Haidar, Erik Hazard, Mason Inman, Ben Inskeep, Ahna Kruciz, Baird Langenbrunner, Ted Nace, Lydia Plante, Aiqun Qu, Christine Shearer, Janna Smith, Adrian Wilson, and Scott Zimmerman. Web/GIS programming is done by Tom Allnutt of GreenInfo Network.
Copyright (c) 2018-2022 by Global Energy Monitor. All rights reserved. For more information or to request data, please contact Ted Nace (ted AT tednace.com).
The tracker uses a two-level system for organizing information. Summary information including the project name and type, reported capacity and units, country or countries (if a transnational pipeline), and corporate ownership is found on the maps and table. For further detail and footnoted references, each project is linked to a page on GEM.wiki.