Oil & Gas - Pipelines
What is it:
The seabed pipeline network to move hydrocarbons from point of production to the shore. Oil and gas field operators often share pipeline infrastructure to enjoy cost savings and other benefits.
The map layer shows what is commonly referred to as 'offshore' pipelines (between hydrocarbon fields and the shore, and between fields) and 'onshore' pipelines (overland routes than cross firths and rivers).
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Oil and Gas pipelines (OGA data) © OGA