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US Onshore Maps Database

Database of company acreage and transacted acreage maps reported by operators in US onshore basins. Downloadable GIS shape files. more...

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    VP

  • Finally, someone has noticed the glaring gap in US Onshore E&P acreage data and actually done something about it. 1Derrick's US Onshore Maps Database is not just an elegant product, it is hugely informative. By mining and aggregating our competitors' own public disclosures and mapping them in one single database, 1Derrick's US Onshore Maps Database allows us to quickly see complete acreage positions side by side and determine where there are holes, who might be a good partner, who might be a good target, and to understand the key players in any US play. We use the US Onshore Maps Database every day as we continue to mold our strategy.

    US Private E&P

    Finance Director

  • The 1Derrick US Onshore Maps Database provides an exceptional service to the oil and gas A&D community. Having quick access to operator and transaction maps at your fingertips saves an enormous amount of time and resources and allows us to easily integrate the maps into our GIS applications for more meaningful analysis.

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Insights & News

  • Statoil Gets Nod for 6407/7-9 S Well, Norwegian SeaData analysis
    Exploration

    The Norwegian Petroleum Directorate (NPD) has granted Statoil Petroleum a drilling permit for well 6407/7-9 S in PL107C, Norwegian Sea. The well will be drilled from the Songa Delta drilling facility.

    Ownership of PL107C: Statoil (20%, operator), Engie E&P Norge (40%), DEA Norge AS (30%), Faroe Petroleum (7.5%) and VNG Norge (2.5%). 

    View NPD press release

  • BP Q2-2016 Net Profit Falls 45%

    BP reported a 45% YoY fall in Q2-2016 underlying replacement cost profit to $720 million. The result for the second quarter reflected lower liquids and gas realizations partly offset by lower costs reflecting the benefits of simplification and efficiency activities, lower rig cancellation costs, lower...

    BP Q2-2016 Net Profit Falls 45%
    Headlines, Results & Reports

    BP reported a 45% YoY fall in Q2-2016 underlying replacement cost profit to $720 million. The result for the second quarter reflected lower liquids and gas realizations partly offset by lower costs reflecting the benefits of simplification and efficiency activities, lower rig cancellation costs, lower exploration write-offs, and lower depreciation, depletion and amortization expense.

    BP's upstream segment reported an underlying pre-tax replacement cost profit of $29 million compared to $494 million in Q2-2015. Compared with a year earlier, the result reflected the impact of lower prices for both oil and gas, partly offset by the benefits from lower costs. BP's downstream segment reported an underlying pre-tax replacement cost profit of $1.5 billion compared with $1.9 billion in Q2-2015. Compared with a year earlier the benefits of lower costs and a stronger fuels marketing performance were more than offset by the impact of significantly weaker refining margins. 

    Total income from sales and other operating revenue in Q2-2016 slumped 25% YoY to $46.4 billion. Q2-2016 capex was $4.2 billion, of which organic capital expenditure was $3.9 billion, compared with $4.7 billion for the same period in 2015, of which organic capital expenditure was $4.5 billion.

    View BP press release

  • Data analysis Origin Spuds Beetaloo W-1 Well in EP117, Australia

    Origin Energy has spudded the Beetaloo W-1 well in EP117, located in the Northern Territory's Beetaloo Basin, Australia. The exploration permit is located 500 km south-east of Darwin.Ownership of EP117: Origin (35%, operator), Sasol Petroleum (35%) and Falcon (30%).View Origin press release

    Origin Spuds Beetaloo W-1 Well in EP117, AustraliaData analysis
    Exploration

    Origin Energy has spudded the Beetaloo W-1 well in EP117, located in the Northern Territory's Beetaloo Basin, Australia. The exploration permit is located 500 km south-east of Darwin.

    Ownership of EP117: Origin (35%, operator), Sasol Petroleum (35%) and Falcon (30%).

    View Origin press release

  • Data analysis Devon Sells 50% Stake in Access Pipeline for $1.1 Billion

    Devon Energy has entered into a definitive agreement to sell its 50% ownership interest in Access Pipeline to Wolf Midstream for C$1.4 billion (US$1.1 billion).The Access Pipeline system includes pipelines that transport blended bitumen and diluent between the Christina Lake area of Northeastern Alberta and...

    Devon Sells 50% Stake in Access Pipeline for $1.1 Billion Data analysis
    Headlines, Global Deals

    Devon Energy has entered into a definitive agreement to sell its 50% ownership interest in Access Pipeline to Wolf Midstream for C$1.4 billion (US$1.1 billion).

    The Access Pipeline system includes pipelines that transport blended bitumen and diluent between the Christina Lake area of Northeastern Alberta and Edmonton. Under the terms of the transaction, Devon's thermal-oil acreage is dedicated to Access for an initial term of 25 years.

    Wolf Midstream is a private company based in Calgary dedicated to building, owning, and operating energy infrastructure.

    The transaction is expected to close in Q3-2016.

    View Wolf Midstream press release

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