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Seamlessly integrated with other IHS datasets, our Mineral Land Data enables you to enhance existing production opportunities and plan future exploration efforts. Including Current and Historical Freehold land, Government-owned lands (Crown, Dominionm, Federal) Units, Historical Land Sales and Posting information in addition to the following types:
IHS began collecting Freehold records over 60 years ago. The Field Title Service data collection is the backbone of the Freehold Land database and was built from a paper database collected on recipe cards and hand drawn platsheets. Much of the historical data collected comes directly from Land Title offices in Western Canada.
For more information on how IHS handles Alberta Freehold Consent, please download the Global Energy Information Review.
Based in Montana, this trio of oil and gas exploration and consulting companies gained access to comprehensive, up-to-date drilling data and was therefore able to reduce the time required to research drilling programs by up to 2 weeks-- which saves clients money on the front end -- as well as improving operational efficiency and minimizing risks
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
While seeking oil and gas development opportunities in the Rocky Mountains region, this Denver-based company has increased workflow efficiency by using a new platform that displays research based on users' preferences, delivers hours of time-savings each week and enables greater focus on high-level analysis.Learn more about our client’s successes
Since 2004, this independent O&G operator has recorded well data electronically, with daily numbers uploaded in minutes to foremen and engineers. As result, it reduced the time to create daily reports by 33% -- cutting two days off its monthly regulatory reporting cycle -- and increased production by identifying/correcting problems months earlier.
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