Big Frack Attack: Is Hydraulic Fracturing Safe?

July 9, 2014

Natural gas is known as being cleaner than coal and oil but a controversial drilling technique known as ‘fracking’ has some wondering if natural gas is as safe as previously thought. And here you thought “fracking” was something they only did on Battlestar Galactica. Source


Selling Oil Sands Crude

March 23, 2014

Many industry observers say three proposed pipeline projects designed to move crude out of Alberta’s oil sands region will be needed to keep up with forecasted production growth. Source


Oil from Canada

January 1, 2014

One recently completed Keystone pipeline carries high-pollutant tar sands oil from Alberta to Oklahoma and Illinois. A companion pipeline, the Keystone XL, would extend to Gulf Coast refineries in Texas. Source

Fracking: Economic Boom or Safety Bust?

October 18, 2013

The topic of fracking has been a hot button issue in the news over the last few years. With documentaries such as Gasland and celebrities publicizing inaccurate information and fears, we decided it was important to make an infographic that expands on the topic and gives real facts about fracking. Advanced Micro Instruments, Inc.

The World

The World’s Resources by Country

April 20, 2013

A country’s economic worth can be measured in more ways than just its GDP and national debt. It is also important to consider the economic potential that lies in the harvesting of the natural resources within its borders. This map shows the top producing countries of each resource, or the proved reserves in the case […]

Where We Are

Where We Are

March 28, 2013

This infographic from late 2009 looks for indications of an Indian economic recovery, including data representing oil prices, industrial production, automotive sales, domestic and foreign investment, and bank deposits. Source

Where Is The Oil?

Where Is The Oil?

March 25, 2013

Have you ever wondered where the world’s oil comes from — and where it ends up? The list of the world’s top five producing and top five consuming countries may look similar, but compare the rates of production and consumption, and you will see they are hardly proportionate. The United States produces 8.5 million barrels […]


Imagine A World Without Oil

March 5, 2013

What would happen if we ran out of oil? Oil is the paramount means by which we run our mobile, high-tech life. Thanks to our oil addiction, a world without oil would include roving black-outs, minimal transportation, dwindling food supplies and possible war. With building tensions in the MIddle East and oil reserves diminishing, we […]


Oil and the United States

January 13, 2013

Where does the oil in the U.S. come from? Here’s a look at who produces the United State’s oil both within the U.S. and outside the U.S. Source


U.S. Oil Usage [INFOGRAPHIC] – Infographic List

December 27, 2012

This infographic by the Creative Commons displays the usage of oil. The oil consumption has been shown through self explanatory graphs, stats and flowcharts. Source


Remaining Oil, Gas, Coal

December 15, 2012

How much oil, gas, coal is there? When will it finish? How much do we use*? What regions are affected by related conflicts? See the infographic below: *Data from Source