With more than 200 billion barrels of oil in the ground, the world is on the verge of a dramatic shift from a fossil-fuel era to one based on renewable energy sources.
But what will the future look like?
The new pipeline icon is the first symbol of a new era of transition for the global economy, with many analysts speculating that it will herald the start of a more sustainable era of the world economy.
“The new icon will be the symbol of the transition towards a world where all the people are connected,” said Jurgen Koppen, the CEO of The Pipeline Icon.
“The world is changing and we need a symbol to reflect that.”
Key to the pipeline icon’s symbolism is its shape.
The outline of a pipeline connects its three segments, creating a complex shape that will reflect the changing nature of the global energy system.
The icon is being designed by The Pipeline Group, a leading design and development company in the pipeline industry.
Its design is the result of a collaboration between design and engineering firm Koppenberg, and is the culmination of more than 10 years of work on the project.
One of the key factors behind the pipeline symbol’s evolution was a focus on sustainability, according to Koppenburg.
In addition to the icon’s design, the company worked closely with oil industry and finance groups to develop an energy icon for use on the pipeline logo.
The new symbol will be part of a global logo overhaul that will be implemented in 2020, with the aim of creating a new look for global business and government.
There are currently eight major pipeline companies operating in North America, Europe, the Middle East and Africa, according a statement on The Pipeline Corp website.
The companies are: CN, BP, Total, Chevron, ConocoPhillips, ExxonMobil and Chevron.
Pipeline Icon is a collaboration of The Pipeline Group, the designer and development firm behind the new pipeline logo, and the designers of The Iconic Pipeline, a company that develops new icon designs for oil and gas companies.
Koppenberg designed the new logo for the International Energy Agency (IEA), a U.N. agency responsible for global energy policies.
The icon will make its debut on the U.S. and Canadian side of the pipeline, Koppenstein said.
The icon is also being released on the world-wide symbol website for oil companies and trade groups, as well as on the IEA website.
The IEA logo is used for a number of global issues, including climate change and energy security.
The company also works with the U