TGS Adds Nine States to Online Production Data

April 16, 2009 at 8:06 pm Leave a comment

TGS has added production data from nine Rocky Mountain states to its well database, the first phase in a national rollout to be completed this year. The combination of log and production data into a single, integrated, online delivery channel represents a significant step forward in data acquisition efficiency and cost reduction for users.

Production data tracks the output of oil, gas and water produced by a well, lease or formation, along with other information related to the location and nature of the well. TGS has developed systems to source the production data directly from the states responsible for collecting the information from well operators.

Data from Montana, North Dakota, South Dakota, Wyoming, Utah, Colorado, New Mexico and Arizona are now available. In addition, legacy information from non-producing Idaho wells is included in the library. The next phase of the rollout will add data from the Gulf of Mexico and Gulf Coast states, including Oklahoma, Texas, Louisiana, Alabama, Georgia and Florida.

Production data from TGS will be available both as part of a subscription plan, where data will be constantly updated, and as static Snapshot Reports that provide a quick-look option for individual wells.

“For years the market has sought a viable alternative for this key dataset,” said John Adamick, Sr. VP, TGS Geological Products and Services. “TGS is offering flexibility in providing not just a traditional subscription approach, but Snapshot Reports fully integrated with our well log library to enhance the value of both data types.”






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