Oil, Gas, and Mining Sites from Above


Up-to-date satellite imagery adds an extra layer of valuable insight to decision making for businesses, particularly when planning or monitoring construction is involved. This data is being used to streamline project management of residential, commercial and infrastructure construction projects across the world.


We’re now seeing an uplift in energy and commodities businesses using satellite imagery data to assist planning and monitoring construction of oil & gas pipelines, mines, rigs and refineries.


We wanted to share some of the amazing imagery of oil, gas, mining and commodities sites we’ve been looking at from above…


Ernest Henry Mine, AUSTRALIA 

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Copyright Bird.i – CNES/AirbusDS 2018


Qinhuangdao Coal Terminal, CHINA

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Copyright Bird.i – DigitalGlobe Inc 2018


Chuquicamata Copper Mine, CHILE

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 Copyright Bird.i – DigitalGlobe Inc 2018


Cushing Crude Oil Storage, OKLAHOMA

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Copyright Bird.i – CNES/AirbusDS 2018


Mount Whaleback Mine, AUSTRALIA

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Copyright Bird.i – DigitalGlobe Inc 2018


Soquimich Lithium Mine, CHILE

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Copyright Bird.i – CNES/AirbusDS & DigitalGlobe 2018


Europort Rotterdam, NETHERLANDS

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Copyright Bird.i – DigitalGlobe Inc 2018


Jwaneng Diamond Mine, SOUTH AFRICA

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Copyright Bird.i – DigitalGlobe Inc 2018

Baytown Refinery, TEXAS

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Copyright Bird.i – CNES/AirbusDS 2018


Interested in incorporating satellite imagery into your decision making?
Read more about the uses of satellite imagery for oil, gas, and mining here, or if you’d like to know more specific information you can contact us here.


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