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The IHS Activity Tracker™ enables IHS data subscribers to monitor US permits and drilling activity in their areas of interest on their smart devices.
This app allows convenient access to newly permitted or spudded wells and access information about the permits, drilling progress and the contractor details. Users can share well location information with colleagues via e-mail and calculate directions to a well site from where they are.
Various reports and associated charts enable users to follow rig and permit activity at the national, state and county levels.
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
One of Russia’s premier oilfield services providers has enabled partnerships with global energy leaders by meeting their expectations for adherence to QHSE best practice. Within 3 years, the company's enhanced management of safety information enabled it to record data on 3,500+ incidents and reduced overall injury rates by nearly 70%.
After a series of corporate acquisitions, this energy industry leader implemented a company-wide EMIS that simplified management of hundreds of environmental permits for 97 operational sites and 12,000 pieces of equipment – earning a positive return on investment (ROI) within only two years.Learn more about our client’s successes
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.