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Does EIA have information on U.S. natural gas and oil pipelines?

Yes, the U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA) publishes an interactive map with the locations of natural gas, crude oil, hydrocarbon gas liquids (HGL), and petroleum product pipelines in the United States. You can select those layers using the layers/legends option in the upper right of the map. For information on the map data sources and map shapefiles, select the link under the map for layer information and map data.

EIA also provides detailed information on U.S. natural gas pipelines and on U.S. liquids (crude oil, HGL, and petroleum products) pipeline projects.

EIA does not publish a similar map or detailed data for pipelines in other countries.

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Last updated: May 31, 2019


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