In the past, Energy maps would only display information
about your country, meaning that once you cross a border,
the maps would end.
Since signing the MOU in 2014, the United States, Mexico
and Canada have developed trilingual static maps
as well as interactive web maps
that are now available to the public.
The maps consist of 5 layers:
Natural gas processing plants;
Liquefied natural gas terminals;
Power plants, and
Renewable power plants.
The interactive web maps have many tools and functions,
some of which are displayed in this video.
For example: You can look up facilities around your hometown
You can obtain detailed information on facilities
You can filter through many layers
and geographical attributes
You can change the base map;
You can access information in English, Spanish or French
You can export map data into a CSV file
It was agreed that a North American collaboration
was in need to both extend and unify our energy information.
These maps really demonstrate what our three countries
can achieve when they work together towards a common goal.