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oseberg is a next-generation oil & gas information and data analytics company that offers a compelling new approach to rapidly convert public regulatory and county-level data into actionable intelligence. We aggregate the most inaccessible state, federal, and county records and deliver them to our users through a suite of all-encompassing B2B SaaS products that enable our users to search, map, mine, and perform statistical analysis on every strand of data. Our technology reduces weeks and months of work to days and hours, empowering our users to rapidly uncover leasing, drilling, enhanced completion, and acquisition opportunities.

We apply machine learning, webscraping tools, domain modeling, and natural language processing to extract legal clauses buried deep within complex documents, creating high-quality, normalized and structured data sets.

A wide range of users, from upstream and midstream segments to companies adjacent to the energy industry, use oseberg to make smarter decisions faster with public and regulatory data in Oklahoma, Texas & New Mexico (with more states on the way). Landmen, geologists, mineral buyers, brokers, analysts, engineers, and more use our data, analysis, visualization, and products to forecast activity, discover better opportunities, and to monitor competitors in their territories, as well as across the county, state, and country. (Read more about how our customers use oseberg here).

Currently we offer regulatory and county-level land and lease data in Oklahoma, Texas, and New Mexico. We are constantly expanding our coverage and will soon be moving into Colorado, Louisiana, and more. Our frac data is nation wide.

Below is a list of the types of documents we provide for each geographic region we operate in. We strive to clean, normalize, and upload data into our system within 24 hours of availability (depending on agency submission frequency).

  • Regulatory (OCC, OTC): Filings, Permits, Completions, Transfers, Commingles, Pluggings, Production.

  • County Filings: All OK County Records (including leases, assignments, deeds, partial assignments, memos, etc.) + Canadian, Cleveland, Creek, Oklahoma, Payne, Pottawatomie, Woods, Caddo, Garfield, Grady, & Hughes.

  • Hearing Apps & Orders: Poolings, Spacings, Increased Density, Location Exceptions & Unitizations.

  • Regulatory (RRC) Filings: Pending Permits, Pending Production, Permits, Completions, Field Rules, Injection & Disposal Data, Transfers, Production, Pluggings

  • County Filings: Leases, Memos, Extensions, Assignments. These are available or will be (before the end of 2017) in the following counties: Andrews, Atascosa, Bastrop, Brazos, Burleson, Crane, Crockett, Culberson, Dawson, DeWitt, Dimmit, Ector, Fayette, Frio, Gaines, Garza, Gregg, Grimes, Hemphill, Howard, Irion, Karnes, LaSalle, Lavaca, Lee, Leon, Lipscomb, Loving, Lubbock, Lynn, Madison, Marion, Martin, McMullen, Midland, Ochiltree, Pecos, Reagan, Reeves, Robertson, Ward, Wheeler, Winkler, Yoakum, & Zavala.

New Mexico:
  • Regulatory (OCD) Filings: Location exception, transfer, permit, completion, commingling, wells, pluggings, production, unitization.

  • County Filings: Lea, Eddy, Chavez, Roosevelt (by 2018).


  • Frac Data : US Nationwide frac chemical and proppant data combined with completions and production state data from many states, including OK, LA, TX, NM, CO, WY, and more.

We offer a suite of B2B SaaS products that enable our users to search, map, mine, and perform statistical analysis on our data. These products are:

  • atla: a robust mapping and visualization tool for regulatory and county-level documents and data in Oklahoma, Texas, and New Mexico. atla makes it easy to query, map, and filter data to identify and analyze trends quickly and easily.

  • dataStream: an API that provides direct access to our data via a web service.

  • oseFrac: our hydraulic fracturing data solution that transforms unstructured frac data into a standardized and normalized database that elegantly tells the story of every frac.

As of summer 2017, we have entered New Mexico in addition to Oklahoma and Texas for regulatory and county-level data. We are constantly expanding our coverage and will soon be moving into Colorado, Louisiana, and more.

With the introduction of oseFrac in summer 2017, we have over 120,000 wells with frac information in Alabama, Alaska, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Illinois, Indiana, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Michigan, Mississippi, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Mexico, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, Texas, Utah, Virginia, West Virginia, Wyoming.

We do not currently offer a free trial for atla, dataStream or oseFrac, but we are happy to provide you a demo

atla, oseFrac and dataStream subscriptions are annual and paid for in full at the time of subscription.

oseFrac is a standalone product but can be added to atla and dataStream subscriptions for a reduced cost. oseFrac data is delivered via a web-based search interface and REST API. 

A CSM, or Client Success Manager, is a domain expert and Oseberg resource available to you anytime.  oseberg CSMs are dedicated to ensuring you receive maximum value from our data, our products, and your investment.

CSMs are available via email, telephone, text or by submitting a request/inquiry here.

Please share these ideas with your CSM. We take client suggestions seriously, and our CSMs channel your ideas into our product roadmap.

As much or as little as you want or need. Your CSM will ensure proper onboarding and training when you are new to oseberg and will be available at any time afterward should you have additional questions.