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The energy sector is growing rapidly. With the rise in technology and data available, now more than ever businesses can maximize their value by analyzing their location and how it affects their industry. For oil and gas companies, this is especially important as the industry is affected by so many external factors. In this blog post, we will discuss how to use available energy data to make sound business decisions that will increase your profits.

The energy sector is ever-changing. To be successful, oil and gas companies must be nimble and able to adapt to the constantly shifting landscape. With the right data, you can make informed decisions about where to drill, how to transport your product, and what price you can charge for it.

Energy mapping & data services are an important tool for oil and gas companies. By understanding the energy landscape, you can make decisions that will maximize the value of your business. Pheasant Energy is a Fort Worth based upstream oil and gas company. We have a team of experts who can help you understand the energy landscape and make sound business decisions. Contact us today to learn more about how we can help you.

Importance of Energy Mapping & Data Services

Energy Mapping & Data Services can help you understand your energy consumption, optimize your usage, and save money.

They can also help you monitor your carbon footprint and make more informed choices about how to reduce your impact on the environment.

Energy mapping & data services can provide you with insights into your energy patterns that you may not be able to get from simply looking at your bills. This information can help you make adjustments to improve efficiency and lower your overall costs. Learn more about energy mapping and data services here.

Benefits of Location Analysis Using Energy Data:It helps businesses make informed decisions about where to drill, how to transport product, and what price to charge for it
  1. Location analysis enables oil and gas companies to be nimble and adapt to the constantly shifting landscape
  2. Location analysis also increases profits by maximizing the value of your business

How Does Location Affect O&G Companies in General?

Location is a critical factor for oil and gas companies. With the right data, you can make informed decisions that will increase your company's profits. It affects O&G companies in a variety of ways:

The most obvious way is that it determines where the company can drill for oil and gas. If a company wants to tap into an oil or gas field, they need to have the proper permits for the location. 

It also affects O&G companies through taxation. Different states and countries have different tax laws, so it's important for companies to be aware of the tax implications of their location. Location can affect the cost of doing business too. For instance, if a company is located in an area with high costs of living, they may need to charge more for their products in order to make a profit. 

Lastly, location can also affect the availability of resources. If a company is located in an area with limited access to water, they may need to truck in water for their operations.

How are Analytics and AI Used to Turn Big Data into Insights for O&G

As the energy sector grows, so does the amount of data available. Oil and gas companies can use this data to their advantage by using analytics and artificial intelligence (AI) to turn it into insights. With the right tools, you can identify trends, optimize operations, and make better business decisions.

There are a number of different ways to use analytics and AI in the oil and gas industry. They can be used for tasks such as: 

  1. Exploration - One way is to use it for exploration. By analyzing data from past drilling projects, you can identify areas that are more likely to contain oil and gas reserves. 
  2. Production - You can also use analytics and AI to improve production efficiency. By analyzing data from your production process, you can identify bottlenecks and find ways to improve your process. 
  3. Transportation - You can use analytics and AI to optimize your transportation network. By understanding how your product is moving through the supply chain, you can find ways to reduce costs and improve efficiency. 
  4. Customers - You can use analytics and AI to better understand your customers. By analyzing customer data, you can identify trends and develop marketing strategies that will appeal to your target audience.Analytics and AI are powerful tools that can help oil and gas companies make better business decisions. If you're not using them already, now is the time to start. Pheasant Energy can help you get started

Some benefits of using analytics and AI include being able to:

  1. Understand trends
  2. Optimize operations
  3. Make better informed business decisions

How Oil and Gas Firms Can Increase Competitive Advantage with Technology

As the oil and gas industry becomes increasingly competitive, firms are looking for ways to gain an edge over their rivals. One way to do this is by investing in technology.

Technology can help oil and gas companies in a number of ways. For example, it can help them to improve the efficiency of their operations, reduce costs and enable them to tap into new markets.

When it comes to choosing the right technology for their business, oil and gas companies need to consider a number of factors. These include the specific needs of their business, the cost of implementing and maintaining the technology, and its compatibility with existing systems.

By carefully considering these factors, oil and gas companies can make sure they invest in the right technology for their business and increase their competitive advantage.

Do you want to learn more about how oil and gas companies can use technology to gain a competitive edge? Then contact us today. We are experts in the field of oil and gas technology and can advise you on the best solution for your business.


Permian Drilling Slows Down


It is important to notice that the number of drillings trended in June and fell in August 2022 and gradually decrease over the last 6 weeks.

Eagle-Ford Republic Midstream System Has a New Owner


Nuevo Midstream will add 100 miles of gathering pipeline in Gonzales, Lavaca, and Dewitt counties to its Eagle Ford assets.


It is important to notice that the number of drillings trended in June and fell in August 2022 and gradually decrease over the last 6 weeks.


On August 31 Ring Energy Inc. purchased privately-held Stronghold Energy, adding operations that are mainly situated in Crane County, Texas, in the Permian Basin’s Central Basin Platform. According to a September 1 Ring Energy release, this transaction fully complements the conventional-focused Central Basin Platform and Northwest Shelf asset positions in the Permian Basin. The majority owned by Warburg Pincus LLC, Stronghold’s operations are concentrated on the development of about 37,000 net acres situated mainly in Crane County. In July Ring Energy entered into an agreement to buy Stronghold Energy II Operating LLC and Stronghold Energy II Royalties LP for $200 million in cash at closing and $230 million in Ring equity based on a 20-day volume weighted average price. Consideration also involved a $15 million deferred cash payment due six months after closing and $20 million of existing Stronghold hedge liability increasing the total transaction value to $465 million. Stronghold’s asset base is almost 99% operated, 99% working interest, and 99% HBP. In July, Ring announced the current net production of Stronghold’s asset base was approximately 9,100 boe/d (54% oil, 75% liquids).


Shareholder’s payout target was increased by 50% after the largest U.S. independent oil producer surpassed Wall Street’s earnings estimates on growing energy prices, said Houston-based Conoco Phillips Co. on Aug. 4. Due to Western sanctions on major producer Russia throttling energy supply amid a rebound in demand from pandemic lows, oil and gas #prices have soared. Crude has been trading more than 25% higher since the start of the year and results also benefited from high natural gas prices. Meanwhile, shares were down a fraction, to $91.03, in early trading but are up about 26% year to date. Conoco Phillips stated, that the average price obtained for a barrel of oil and gas accelerated 77% from a year earlier to $88.57. The company acknowledges that it has not hedged any of its oil and gas sales to make the most of higher market prices. The capacity of 1.69 million boe/d was in line with Wall Street estimates, however, the company expected the current quarter’s output would be between 1.71 million and 1.76 million boe/d.

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