New Austin Start-Up (Oilfield Intel) Launches to Provide Oil and Gas Data to the Oilfield

Oilfield Intel, LLC (http://www.oilfield-intel.com) of Austin, Texas has introduced a simple and easy way for professionals in the oilfield to get the information they need at a price they can afford.

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Austin, TX (PRWEB) March 05, 2014

Oilfield Intel, LLC (http://www.oilfield-intel.com) of Austin, Texas has introduced a simple and easy way for exploration companies, wildcatters, land-men, and geologists to get the information they need at a price they can afford. Launched in late 2013, Oilfield Intel has started offering oil and gas production data, well-header information, drilling permit filings, lease ownership, and pipeline data in a simple to use platform. Unlike other vendors in the industry, oilfield-intel.com provides a variety of data in under four clicks, from log-in to report page.

Professionals in the oil and gas industry are one of the fastest growing consumers of data and data products. From seismic processing to GIS asset information, the oil & gas industry is one of the most data-hungry industries in Texas. Many companies in oil & gas exploration and production will devote entire departments to managing this important decision-making information, while others will rely on outside vendors. Despite being necessary for day-to-day and higher level decisions alike, the gathering of information in the oilfield can be too costly or time-consuming for many small to medium businesses to undertake themselves.

"Oil and gas data may seem like something that's just 'nice-to-have', but it is often what separates the profitable ventures in the oilfield from the unprofitable ones," says Brad Smith, VP of Operations at Oilfield Intel. "To know what your neighbors are producing in a given field, where pipelines are being run to or from, or who's drilling where is crucial." Mr. Smith explains, "It lets you see how your own production is stacking up, but it also lets you know where you should be looking. You've always got to be looking ahead."

In an industry where data can make the difference between profits and losses, oilfield-intel.com is the newest tool in the toolbox for the oilfield professional. For more information, take a look at http://www.oilfield-intel.com for a complete list of data assets.

Oilfield Intel received seed funding from an Austin based angel investor. It has partnered with Pipeline Perfect, LLC and Blackbeard Data Services, LLC to provide pipeline and lease ownership information.

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For more information contact
Bradley Smith, VP Operations
(512) 784-9758


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