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ShaleProfile vs. Enverus (DrillingInfo)
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Instant access to fast and intuitive dashboards to answer your key questions, and that for a very reasonable price
We understand the importance of choosing an oil & gas analytics platform that fits your business’s needs. That’s why we’ve compared what our platform has to offer with that of Enverus, our most highly regarded competitor. The problem with all-in-one solutions like Drillinginfo Enverus is that you end up paying a premium price for a lot of standard features that you probably won’t need or use.
We offer very similar platforms, but at very different price points. However, We are still working on bringing more capabilities to our platform such as directional survey, detailed drill location and mineral lease ownership. If you’re on the lookout for alternatives to Enverus, let us help you out!
Our products are designed to answer questions from many different angles. Here just a small sample of how are services are being used.
Based on data from >140,000 horizontal wells. Intuitive dashboards to answer key questions on developments in US shale.
Here you find the oil and gas production profiles for all horizontal wells. Analyze normalized well performance trends, compare operators, or individual horizontal wells by simply selecting them on a map.
This dashboard answers the question as to how much oil and gas is produced in a certain basin, or by a particular operator, as well as the total number of wells that have started production.
Here you can analyze how lateral lengths and proppant loadings have changed over time, in a particular area and by operator. It also reveals the impact of these designs on well productivity.
How much gas is produced and flared? You will find it here, together with a ranking of operators/wells/counties by the volume of gas flared.
Gives an overview of the horizontal rig count, and it allows you to find where the hottest drilling locations are.
Contains a map with the location of all horizontal wells, which are colored by the gas/oil ratio. You can find the gas/oil ratio trends here, as well as type curves, to identify possible correlations.
Find out who the largest operators are in a certain area, and see exactly how much oil and gas they have produced, as well as the exact location of their wells. Can also be used for finding the top formations, fields, or counties.
Shows how well productivity has changed over time, for example by basin or operator, as measured by the cumulative oil or gas production in the first x months.
Find out how the status of all horizontal wells has changed over time. Also contains a map with the latest status of each well.
This dashboard contains a map with all horizontal wells colored according to their performance. A list ranks all operators (or counties, etc.) based on their average well performance, in the selected area. You can also use this dashboard to identify the worst performers.
This dashboard shows the annual decline rates in the different basins over time, or for selected operators. These results may help you decide which terminal decline rate assumptions are reasonable, given all the actual data.
Reveals how well productivity is distributed, for e.g. each basin or operator.
This dashboard contains a ranking of all counties (or operators, wells, etc.), based on their total cumulative oil or gas production. Questions like which counties have produced the most oil or gas, or how many wells have produced more than 1 million barrels of oil, can be quickly answered here.
How much water horizontal wells produce is visualized here. You can see the total amount of water produced in a certain area, and analyze how the water/oil ratio has changed over time. A map displays all the wells, where they are colored according to the water/oil ratio in the most recent month.
Provides the same functionality as the "Production profiles" dashboard, but without map-based navigation and selection. It has more space for the graphs, and is slightly faster.
A map shows the peak production rate of each well. A scatter plot helps you in finding the location of wells with the highest peak rates, and to see how peak rates have changed over time.
Provides the same functionality as the "Gas oil ratio map" dashboard, but without map-based navigation and selection. It has more space for the graphs, and is slightly faster.
Powerful Analytics Platform
It can be hard to run your operations, especially in the current climate. ShaleProfile has transparent pricing and is far more affordable than other shale intelligence solutions.
Track major E&P trends, including total production, GORs, EURs or productivity. Our ready-made dashboards are designed to give you quick answers to many types of questions.
Our data is updated on a daily/hourly basis. We extract it from a large number of trusted data sources, including state agencies like the Texas RRC, and FracFocus.org