GIS Best Practices for 2015: How to Add Speed and Precision to Your Data Management and Mapping

04/30/2015
GIS Best Practices for 2015

For Land and GIS professionals, everything starts and ends with maps. But oil and gas maps are only as good as their accuracy, currency, meaningfulness, and immediacy. That’s why past paradigms of data management and mapping are no longer meeting organizational needs. Stitching together different pieces of data, manually mapping polygons, using months- or years-old information – these simply don’t work anymore.

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How to Make Oil & Gas Data Work Harder for You

03/12/2015
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Combining proprietary, competitor, and infrastructure data is today’s best practice for land professionals

A picture is worth a thousand words.

Nothing new there … we’ve all heard that saying at least a thousand times. 

But talk to any landman or GIS professional today and they’ll quickly tell you that those seven words don’t quite cut it.

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How To Make The Best Exploration Moves When Money Matters Most

03/11/2015

Not all oil and gas plays are created equal. Some are deeper and cost-prohibitive, others are shallower and economically viable. Some are situated near pipelines and other infrastructure, others are located in remote areas. If companies are to navigate today’s low-price environment, teams have to make strategic, cost-conscious decisions for the business.

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Hart Energy-P2 Partnership Brings Unrivaled Geospatial Data Solution to Upstream Oil & Gas

12/16/2014
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Partnership Empowers U.S. E&P Firms Facing Lower Oil Prices to More Effectively Plan Drilling Projects and Hydrocarbon Transportation

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Press Release: P2 Announces Release of New Tobin Data Experience

04/03/2014
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New experience empowers GIS experts and non-experts alike to smartly use geospatial data

DENVER, CO – (April 3, 2014) – P2 Energy Solutions ("P2") today announced the release of the new Tobin Data experience, which enables oil and gas professionals of all experience levels to intelligently search for, understand and use oil and gas data.

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New Bakken, Marcellus and Utica Lease Coverage; Updates in Southern Region

12/13/2013
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Tobin Leases have extended coverage in the Bakken, adding more than 400 leases in Renville and McLean counties (North Dakota) and new Lease Activity data in McKenzie, Mercer and Hettinger counties (North Dakota). Another 700 leases have been posted in the Marcellus and Utica with the delivery of Indiana and Greene (Pennsylvania) and Carroll (Ohio) counties.

In the core of the Southern Region, Tobin has updated more than 2,500 leases in the past few weeks. More than 1,000 of those leases fall in:

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Tobin Data Extends Lease Activity to Bakken Shale Play

11/20/2013
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Operators can now see where lease activity is taking place before making critical business decisions

Identifying the hottest leasing areas within the oil-rich Bakken shale play just got a whole lot easier.

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Six Tuscaloosa Marine Shale Parishes Added to Tobin Data's Lease Activity Product

09/09/2013
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P2 Energy Solutions’ Tobin Data solution has added six parishes within the Tuscaloosa Marine Shale to its Lease Activity product, furthering P2’s commitment to providing the most accurate and current leasing information to upstream oil and gas companies. 

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About the Abstract of All Original Texas Land Titles

05/20/2013
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The Abstract Of All Original Texas Land Titles is a collection of eight volumes published by the Texas General Land Office in the early 1940's. These volumes contain all of the original land records granted or transferred within the State of Texas. The grants are sorted alphabetically by land settler’s last name and land title. These eight condensed volumes of Original Land Owners contain only the first settlers to own a particular tract of land.

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What Are Texas County Maps?

05/16/2013
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The Texas General Land Office county map is an interpretation of the Original Texas Land Survey (OTLS) boundaries and bay tracts showing the boundaries of the original land grants of the State of Texas.

In the late 1830’s the Texas General Land Office set out to collect all land archives for the review of the land situation in the Republic and make a determination on what lands were vacant or had valid titles.

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