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IHS Rushmore’s Drilling Performance Review (DPR) is a global platform for oil and gas operators to share, discuss and analyze global drilling data. With over 60,000 wells, the DPR contains data from more than 170 operators in over 100 countries.Learn more
IHS Rushmore’s Completions Performance Review (CPR) is a global platform for oil and gas operators to share, discuss and analyze global offset completions data. The CPR provides participating operators with data from more than 16,000 wells, each containing 150 data fields as well as detailed schematic diagrams for every completion.Learn more
IHS Rushmore’s Abandonments Performance Review (APR) is a global platform for oil and gas operators to share, discuss and analyze global abandonment data. Operators also share detailed, before and after, well schematic diagrams for every abandonment.Learn more
The IHS Rushmore Shale Performance Review (SPR) is the world’s leading facilitator of peer-to-peer performance benchmarking for multi-staged frac’ed wells with over 25 operators in 7 different countries, analyzing up to 80 individual data elements. Operators have participated in the SPR with data from more than 13,000 wells.Learn more
IHS Rushmore’s Blowout Preventer Performance Review (BPR) is a global platform for oil and gas operators to compare BOP performance among key peer groups.Learn more
IHS Rushmore’s Well Interventions Performance Review (IPR) is a global platform for oil and gas operators to find out how their well interventions compare to others and to help identify key performance improvement opportunities.Learn more
"DONG is using the Reviews for planning as an independent check of our well design and costs to ensure we stay among the best in class. We are also using the Reviews in the reporting phase to ensure we constantly improve."
- Jens Melchiorsen Drilling Engineering Manager, DONG, Denmark, 2008
"The Rushmore Reviews have really helped us to achieve top quartile performance through the years. We learned from the experience of the other E&P companies and applied new technologies and innovations in our designs and operations. Also it helped us in benchmarking our new projects with the rest of industry. Thank you for your continuous improvement and your support through the years."
- Peter Peytchev GM Drilling Engineering, Cairn, India, 2012
"I have participated in the Reviews in a variety of international locations since the early 1990’s. I have found them to be a great tool for both internal and external evaluation of our operations. It is critical that we continually evolve and improve both our operations and those of the industry as a whole. The Rushmore Reviews are also key to sharing industry best practices and promoting discussion and cooperation between companies. We are excited to be part of the Reviews with our North American operations and look forward to the benefits it will deliver."
- Mitch Elkins, VP of Drilling and Completions, Midstates Petroleum, USA, 2014
"I have found Rushmore benchmarking far more thorough than many others in providing reliable, QC’d comparative data for establishing both internal and external baselines as part of a company’s strategy to embed performance management practices. It is a process that allows us to gain understanding, collaborate on how to get better, and increase synergies, opening new methods and ideas to improve process effectiveness. We use the Rushmore data to promote a learning culture, which is key to continuous long-term Operational Excellence and our competitiveness."
- Nadeem Hashmi, VP New Ventures, Global Drilling & Completions, Talisman, Canada, 2014
As one of the top oil producers in Oklahoma, this company began using an electronic system to make information available to all of its employees. Production data is no longer entered manually so it is available for analysis the next morning and overall production increased because problems are resolved as much as a week sooner.
Headquartered in Houston, this independent energy company has operations around the world so its GIS team implemented a state-of-the-art system that provides users with both internally sourced spatial data and streamed industry data – saving time and providing a more complete picture of areas of interest.Learn more about our client’s successes
A Global 500 energy company set out to find opportunities for greater efficiency in extracting oil from unconventional reservoirs and developed a steam-assisted gravity drainage production solution that now saves millions of dollars annually by reducing the need for maintenance and risk of interruptions.Learn more about our client’s successes
To lower costs enterprise-wide, a global energy company asked IHS to review 35 internal standards and list 143 comparable international standards. Research uncovered conformity opportunities including 25% savings on casing/tubing for $5 million annually and $180 million annually for conformance with ALL industry standards.Learn More About Our Customer's Success