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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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1Derrick serves more than 150 clients including oil and gas majors, independent E&P companies, several blue chip PE firms, top investment banks and consulting firms.

1Derrick has offices in New York, Houston, London, Singapore and Bangalore.

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    Large Cap Oil and Gas Company

    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.

    Bulge bracket bank in Houston

    Head of A&D

Insights & News

  • Data analysis Gazprom Makes Discovery in Kirinsky Block, Offshore Russia

    Gazprom has made a gas and condensate discovery at the Yuzhno-Lunskaya structure on the Kirinsky Block within Sakhalin III project in the North Sakhalin basin, offshore Russia. The Sakhalin III project is located 28 km offshore the north-east coast of the Sakhalin Island in the Sea of Okhotsk.View Gazprom...

    Gazprom Makes Discovery in Kirinsky Block, Offshore RussiaData analysis
    Exploration

    Gazprom has made a gas and condensate discovery at the Yuzhno-Lunskaya structure on the Kirinsky Block within Sakhalin III project in the North Sakhalin basin, offshore Russia. The Sakhalin III project is located 28 km offshore the north-east coast of the Sakhalin Island in the Sea of Okhotsk.

    View Gazprom press release

    Current ownership: Gazprom (100%, operator).

  • Data analysis OMV Sells 49% Stake in Gas Connect Austria for $670 Million

    OMV, OMV Gas & Power GmbH (OGP) and the consortium composed of Allianz and Snam have signed an agreement for the sale and purchase of 49% minority stake in Gas Connect Austria GmbH (GCA). According to the terms of the transaction, total cash consideration paid by the consortium to OMV will be equal...

    OMV Sells 49% Stake in Gas Connect Austria for $670 MillionData analysis
    Headlines, Global Deals

    OMV, OMV Gas & Power GmbH (OGP) and the consortium composed of Allianz and Snam have signed an agreement for the sale and purchase of 49% minority stake in Gas Connect Austria GmbH (GCA). According to the terms of the transaction, total cash consideration paid by the consortium to OMV will be equal to €601 million (US$670 million). The acquisition will be completed through a jointly controlled vehicle owned 60%/40% by Allianz and Snam. 

    GCA operates an approximately 900-km-long natural gas high-pressure pipeline grid in Austria. The company is responsible for the marketing and provision of transport capacity at border points and for the transport capacity required for domestic natural gas demand. The entry and exit volume for 2015 amounted to 152 Bcm.

    The closing of the transaction is expected by year-end 2016.

    View OMV press release

  • Data analysis Shell Disappointed at Shelburne Well, Off Canada

    Shell has failed to make a commercial discovery at the well drilled within the Shelburne Basin deep-water exploration project, located approximately 250 km offshore, south of Halifax, Nova Scotia.Ownership of Shelburne Basin JV:  Shell (50%, operator), ConocoPhillips (30%) and Suncor (20%).View Suncor...

    Shell Disappointed at Shelburne Well, Off CanadaData analysis
    Headlines, Exploration

    Shell has failed to make a commercial discovery at the well drilled within the Shelburne Basin deep-water exploration project, located approximately 250 km offshore, south of Halifax, Nova Scotia.

    Ownership of Shelburne Basin JV:  Shell (50%, operator), ConocoPhillips (30%) and Suncor (20%).

    View Suncor press release

  • Wintershall Makes Discoveries in PL248 F, North SeaData analysis
    Exploration

    Wintershall has made hydrocarbon discoveries at 35/11-20 S and 35/11-20 B wells in PL248 F, North Sea. The wells were drilled about five km south-east of the Vega field in the North Sea and 100 km south-west of Florø.

    The primary and secondary exploration targets for well 35/11-20 S were to prove petroleum in Late Jurassic reservoir rocks (intra Heather formation sandstone). The well did not encounter reservoir rocks in the primary exploration target. The well encountered an 8m oil column in the secondary exploration target at the top of an intra Heather formation sandstone with poor reservoir quality and a total thickness of about 70m.

    Well 35/11-20 B was drilled to further delineate the oil discovery in intra Heather formation sandstone. The secondary target was to prove petroleum in Middle Jurassic (Brent group) and Early Jurassic (Cook formation) reservoir rocks. The well encountered a total oil column of 46m in intra Heather formation sandstone, of which 29m were of moderate reservoir quality. A total oil column of 19m was encountered in the Tarbert formation in the Brent group, of which 10m were of moderate reservoir quality. The Cook formation was encountered with a total thickness of about 170m with predominantly poor reservoir quality and only traces of petroleum.

    Preliminary estimates place the size of the discovery between 1.5-4.5 MMcm of recoverable oil equivalents.

    Wells 35/11-20 S was drilled to measured depth of 3,553m below the sea surface and respective vertical depths of 3,437m below the sea surface, and was terminated in the Heather formation in the Middle Jurassic. Well 35/11-20 B was drilled to measured and vertical depths of 5,083m and 4,055m below the sea surface, respectively, and was terminated in the Statfjord group in the Early Jurassic. The wells were drilled by the Borgland Dolphin drilling facility at a water depth of 373m.

    The wells will now be permanently plugged and abandoned.

    View NPD press release

    Ownership of PL248 F: Wintershall (40%, operator), Petoro AS (40%) and Origo Exploration (20%).

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