TAA: Fee Lease and Fee Lease Activity Expansion in Oklahoma

02/14/2018
TAA: Fee Lease and Fee Lease Activity Expansion in Oklahoma

P2 Tobin Data is proud to announce the completion of the Oklahoma expansion project for our Fee Lease and Fee Lease Activity products! We now have coverage for all 77 Oklahoma counties going back to January 1, 2014. During this expansion, we increased the number of polygons in our Oklahoma Fee Lease coverage by over 200%. We continue to collect filed documents and add to both products monthly.

View the Oklahoma expansion in the map below:

 

 

The following map shows, by county ramping from yellow to red, where the most documents were filed and collected during the expansion project:

To complete your snapshot of the surface, take advantage of the following Tobin Data products also available for Oklahoma:

  • Survey (township/range, section)
  • Oil and Gas Wells
  • SuperBase Lots and Tracts
  • Surface Ownership, available for 42 Oklahoma counties (vintage varies by county)
  • Federal Leases, available for 48 Oklahoma counties
  • State Line
  • County Lines
  • 1:100K Culture
  • 1:24K Select Culture

Use these Tobin Data products independently or combined to see where your competitors are operating, where they are taking new fee leases, when their current fee leases are expiring, where new oil and gas permits are being taken, where oil and gas wells have gone into production, etc., so you can make the best decisions for your business!

See what’s new in Oklahoma!

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