"I Love Waiting Months for Production Data!,” said no one EVER.
The agonizingly slow pace of Oklahoma reporting has high price consequences
When I started my career in Oil & Gas more than 25 years ago, things were different. We did a lot of work on paper. I remember my first job after graduating. I was a reservoir engineer and was assigned responsibility for a newly acquired asset. A mountain of well files were brought to my office in three ring binders and boxes. In school it was easy to do volumetric calculations since all the data was nicely provided to you. However in the real world, I spent countless hours searching first for the wells of interest and then for the needed reservoir details.
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OKLAHOMA CITY, December 11, 2018. Oseberg, a leading SaaS and data intelligence company in the oil and gas industry, announced today that it has acquired a new dataset that offers extensive coverage of oil and gas production volumes from wells within the state of Oklahoma. The new dataset is now available through a subscription to their Atla product, and complements their existing lease, regulatory, well and frac datasets to provide a comprehensive view of Oklahoma E&P activity.