This package contains the following:
- Well data: detailed information about 80k+ horizontal wells in 10 US states, such as location, well name, operator, vertical depth, measured depth, lateral length. Several dates are included as well, such as the spud, completion, first production, and plugged dates.
- Well data for 25k+ vertical wells, that have been on leases with horizontal wells, is also included. With this data you can get a complete picture of how the lease allocation algorithm, used in Louisiana and Texas, has distributed the total lease production over all wells in a particular lease.
- Production data: for each of these wells that started producing, monthly production records are available that describe how much oil & gas is produced, the operator, water production, and # number of days that the well was producing.
- Wellbore location data: for most wells, both the surface, and bottom hole locations are provided (in longitude/latitude pairs).
- Completion data: all completions that have been reported to FracFocus are included. A completion record typically contains the start and end date of the fracturing operation, how much proppant & fluids were used, and the main proppant type & mesh. It also contains the original FracFocus disclosure header fields. Furthermore, metrics are provided which give an indication of how reliable the data appears, based on the number of omitted and inconsistent data fields.
- Detailed completion data: this includes all ingredients that were used for a certain completion, as reported by the FracFocus database.
- Lease data: the production history, name and location of leases in Texas & Louisiana
- Lease allocation data: the historical relationship between wells and leases, and the oil & gas allocation of monthly lease production, to the wells that were part of the lease during that month.
- Well test data: regular well test data in Texas & Louisiana is available, in which actual oil, gas and water flows are measured.
Not all fields may be filled in completely, as some states do not provide certain types of data publicly. E.g. the number of days that wells have actually produced in a certain month is not available in Texas.