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GIS Data - the Value and the Associated Costs

Wednesday, December 16, 2015 10:59:41 AM America/Denver

The last twelve months have brought a lot of pain to the oil and gas industry - friends and companies alike. During this time, we've seen layoffs and cost reduction affect almost everyone. For us, it's been especially hard to watch companies layoff individuals at this time of year while still overspending in more obvious areas, third party areas.

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Migrating Your Land Grid

Monday, September 21, 2015 12:08:27 PM America/Denver

Today's market has made a lot of companies re-evaluate their current costs. More than ever, we are asked the question, "How do we migrate from our current state to a more efficient and better state?".

When it comes to migrating to a new land grid system, there are some important questions that need to be answered first.


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Drilling Units

Monday, September 21, 2015 11:54:11 AM America/Denver

USLandGrid now provides drilling units across the United States.

Delivered in shapefiles, the data is broken down by basin, top operators within the basin and by individual operator.

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LMKRā„¢ Invests In USLandGrid

Monday, June 1, 2015 11:59:56 AM America/Denver

LMKR today announced that it has made a strategic investment in USLandGrid to provide direct access from its GeoGraphix® product suite to the oil and gas data which USLandGrid provides. Typically, accessing and loading oil and gas data is a multi-step process, and is time consuming. Offering a direct connection from GeoGraphix will speed up data loading and enable the user to be productive in a much shorter time than traditional methods.

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Tax Parcels / Surface Ownership - UPDATE

Tuesday, May 5, 2015 11:32:12 AM America/Denver

US Land Grid just added over 2,000 counties of tax parcels (surface ownership/land parcels) to our already large collection of tax parcels - covering most parts of the US, with an oil and gas focus. 

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Spatial Information that Predicts Change

Thursday, April 16, 2015 11:30:06 AM America/Denver

Have you heard about US Land Grid's business intelligence tools? They provide information to anyone within your organization, and are an easy way to find answers to those daily questions, regardless of platform or location. 

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Maps of Interest Series - Mt. Hood, Oregon

Thursday, March 26, 2015 11:28:09 AM America/Denver

Mount Hood, which has been active for at least 500,000 years, occupies a long-lived focus of volcanic activity that has produced ancestral Hood-like volcanoes for the past 1.5 million years. Much of the Mount Hood  edifice is formed of lava flows, but eruptive activity during the past 30,000 years has been dominated by growth and collapse of near-summit lava  domes to produce broad fans of pyroclastic flow deposits.

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Oil and Gas Well Data - UPDATES

Tuesday, March 10, 2015 11:25:35 AM America/Denver

US Land Grid, Inc. is pleased to provide highly accurate oil and gas well data that is affordable and easy to import.

We now provide over 11 states of rationalized well data that includes the well spot, header information, formation tops and bottom holes.

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Economic influences on GIS data

Friday, January 30, 2015 10:42:54 AM America/Denver

The last month has seen a shift in oil prices, and with it, our industry has started to react. Now more than ever, reducing cost while becoming more efficient at what we do is a key goal moving forward. Oil and gas companies will be looking to improve processes while reducing waste. Like it or not, previous ways of doing business are going to be analyzed, with innovations in technology more important than ever.

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Maps of Interest - Mount St. Helens

Sunday, January 18, 2015 11:34:48 PM America/Denver

On March 20, 1980 a magnitude 4.2 earthquake signaled the reawakening of the volcano after 123 years. During the Spring of 1980, rising magma pushed the volcano's north flank outward 5 feet per day. On the morning of May 18, 1980, the largest terrestrial landslide in recorded history reduced the summit by 1,300 feet and triggered a lateral blast.

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