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Field boundaries are outlines on the earth’s surface that define a subsurface oil or gas accumulation. A field can have one or more pools attributed to it.
Containing field information and outlines for British Columbia, Alberta and Manitoba, Field Boundaries data includes:
A pool is an oil or gas accumulation at depth. Pool outlines define the region geographically on the surface of the earth.
Containing pool information and outlines for British Columbia, Alberta and Manitoba, Pool Boundaries data includes:
Units combine the production of multiple wells that are producing from the same formation or reservoir. Land lessees can combine their production to optimize the reservoir and wellsite selection process. Units typically follow land lease boundaries, thereby allowing their outlines to be easily mapped.
Containing unit information and outlines for British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba, Unit Boundaries information includes:
This Danish energy firm makes expert use of an IHS tool to meet tight deadlines for project bids -- eliminating the need for hundreds of hours of manual cost-estimation and saving 75% of the time required to ramp up an outside contractor -- while giving decision makers confidence in the estimates’ proven accuracy.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
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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
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