Oklahoma oil and gas data & analytics
Hidden value in plain sight. Gain powerful insights into Oklahoma oil and gas activity. Learn more about our newest datasets that support the entire lifecycle.
industry's most current data
Crafted with precision. oseberg leads the Oklahoma Tax Commission (“OTC”) reported oil volumes by an average of 5 months. This dataset utilizes 300R gathering reports (from purchasers) to help reconcile choppy reporting through the OTC. We are also correcting duplicate reporting errors, which overestimate monthly production volumes. Over 4.3 MM OTC monthly production values have been corrected for entry errors or missing data by Oseberg. Our Oklahoma production dataset provides extensive coverage of historical (from 1995) and current monthly oil & gas production volumes by PUN.
oseberg offers earlier insight
- Public regulatory filings precede well permits by months and contain highly valuable information (e.g., Names/Addresses of mineral/WI owners, AFE costs, Protested EURs, Structural Maps, Microseismic, Isopach Maps, Tract Level Allocations)
- Accessible through oseberg’s Atla, offering search, alerting, tabular analysis, exporting, and GIS mapping workflows
|County Clerk DataAll instrument types mapped to the quarter||2010 - Present||Monthly to Dailyby County|
|SpacingSpacing and Multi-Unit apps, orders, exhibits, motions, & respondents||1935 - Present||Daily|
|PoolingPooling apps, orders, exhibits, motions, AFEs, and respondents||1945 - Present||Daily|
|Increased DensityIncreased Density apps, orders, exhibits, motions, EURs, & respondents||1948 - Present||Daily|
|Location ExceptionLocation Exception apps, orders, exhibits, motions, and respondents||2005 - Present||Daily|
|Permits||1906 - Present||Daily|
|Completionswell logs, incorporates both W27 dataset and 1002A image extractions||1903 - Present||Daily|
|Transfers||1930 - Present||Daily|
|Commingles||1994 - Present||Daily|
|Pluggings||1909 - Present||Daily|
|ProductionIncorporates production from OTC, OCC, and 300R filings||1995 - Present||Daily|
|UnitizationUnit Agreement image, tract-by-tract structure||1952 - Present||Weekly|
|Communitization||1942 - Present||Bi-Monthly|
oklahoma: the sooner you know, the better your decisions
- Market Intelligence (who has what where); App/Order, Transfer, and County Clerk data. Oseberg provides more leading indicators of drilling, leasing, and M&A activity with a faster turnaround than any data vendor in the industry.
- Notice: Are you being pooled? Is a Density being considered adjacent to your acreage? Stay abreast of every pertinent filing faster than the notification arrives with daily reports and alerts set to your AOI or company name.
- What are your competitors providing for cost information? Project production volumes? Access AFEs and EURs as provided in the OCC public filings How did that new well turn out? We have the fastest turnaround on new production and completion data that’s currently available in the market, with more than 120 attributes extracted from the completion filing itself.
- Current and historical spacing summaries by section; every formation you ever wanted to drill horizontally today was most likely spaced vertically in the past – where?
- Acreage acquisition or defense of existing leasehold.
- Early alerts of non-op consent notifications.
- Due diligence before M&A activity.
- Benchmarking against competitors.
- Access to operated EURs.
Here’s how our customers are already taking advantage of this dataset
Who's doing what where?
With App/Order, Transfer, and County Clerk data, Oseberg provides more leading indicators of drilling, leasing, and M&A activity with a faster turnaround than any other data provider in the industry.
Are you being Pooled? Is a Location Exception being considered adjacent to your acreage?
Stay abreast of every pertinent filing faster than the notification arrives with daily reports and alerts set to your AOI or company name.
What are your competitors providing for cost information? Projected production volumes?
Access AFEs and EURs as provided in the OCC public filings.
How did that new well turn out?
We have the fastest turnaround on new production and completion data that's currently available in the market.
How should spacing be used to predict development timing?
With our Spacing, Increased Density, Permit, and Production datasets, you can follow your competitors process from plan to production and improve your own methods accordingly.
How was that well completed?
Oseberg's completion dataset has more than 120 attributes extracted from the filing itself, and when combined with Permits and our oseFrac dataset, there has never been more transparency available from public data.