Drillinginfo Adds Shelby County to LandTracs Coverage

October 1, 2009 at 10:03 pm Leave a comment

Austin-based Drillinginfo has expanded the coverage of its LandTracs Land and Exploration Product in East Texas by adding Shelby County. Shelby joins Panola County as part of Drillinginfo’s East Texas mineral tract outline initiative. This brings the total coverage of LandTrac counties to over 100 in Texas, Louisiana, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Colorado and North Dakota.

            With more than 15,000 leases, Shelby is one of the most active oil and gas counties in Texas and a part of the East Texas segment of the Haynesville Shale Play. Leveraging its LandTrac Suite, Drillinginfo has drawn the mineral lease outlines based on the legal description of the leases on file with the County. This provides landmen, corporate land departments and independents an accurate and fast way to look for opportunity in a very important, but complicated area of Texas.

            Drillinginfo’s LandTrac Suite is fully integrated with Drillinginfo’s database of leasing, well and production data, allowing users to drill down easily within the county and area to assess the opportunity. Users can choose to view LandTracs annotated by Lease Expiration or Grantee. This gives landmen and land departments a tremendous advantage when looking for leasing opportunity in a complicated county such as Shelby or Panola. Using Drillinginfo’s map tools, LandTracs can be histogrammed in order to provide even more resolution to the maps.

            Shelby County LandTracs can be added to a current Basic subscription or included with all of Drillinginfo’s LandTracs as part of a DI Plus subscription.


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