Industry icons: Resources, Energy, Agriculture sectors (flat PPT clipart)

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13 flat icons (13 slides)

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Resources, Energy and Agriculture industry segments pictograms for PowerPoint:

  • Natural resources: Mining, hard coal, quarrying, lignite, oil, gas, petroleum fuel
  • Energy production: Power station, Renewable, Nuclear
  • Agriculture: Crop cultivation, Livestock production, Forestry, Fishery
  • Icons graphical style: Modern flat, metro UI style
  • Format: fully editable vector shapes in PowerPoint (color, filling, size - no quality loss when zoomed)

Editable Symbols of Resources, Energy and Agriculture industry sectors
Icons for visualizing economical and industry specific topics. All symbols are as clipart pictures - fully editable in PowerPoint.

The slide set content:

  • Mining and quarrying industry icons: Mining, Hard coal, Quarrying, Lignite symbols
  • Oil & gas industry icons: Petroleum (Crude oil) / Pumpjack, Gasoline / Fuel, Natural gas / Pipeline symbols
  • Energy production icons: Power engineering / Power station, Renewable energy (Wind, Solar), Nuclear energy symbols
  • Agriculture segment icons: Crop cultivation, Livestock production symbols
  • Forestry & fishery symbols
Industry Icons usage examples (Do it yourself infographics)
  • Gross inland energy consumption by fuel type (pie chart with icons illustration)
  • Energy production by fuel type (line chart with icons illustration)
  • Agricultural output and value added (line chart with icons illustration)
All icons in simple flat style, suitable for Metro UI style graphics.. Icons provided in 4 versions:
  • for light background,
  • for dark background,
  • as a standalone symbols,
  • as a symbol in the circle shape.
Fully editable in PowerPoint set of vector shapes fully editable by using built-in PowerPoint tools, including
  • changing color of the icon filling and its outline
  • adding shadows
  • changing shape and size, rotating, flipping the object
  • putting shapes behind or on top of text
See editing demonstration in our HowTo Videos.
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