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Drilling Info releases new tools to help identify, evaluate unconventional hydrocarbon plays

Drilling Info Inc.

Drilling Info Inc. has released DI PRO, a new integrated set of E&P Business Intelligence tools that, according to the company, radically shortens the time necessary to identify and evaluate emerging unconventional hydrocarbon plays. 

DI PRO is comprised of three new integrated modules: DI Land, DI Geology, and DI Analytics. Some of the highlights of DI Pro include: integrated geological sequence analysis, geological grading of Unconventional reservoirs, detailed field development and engineering best practice analytics, company operational benchmarking, and deep mineral ownership and leasing information dating back to sovereignty. This advanced subscription level enables users to get a deeper level of understanding of the land, geologic, and engineering aspects of North American unconventional hydrocarbon plays.

"We are proud to release DI Pro, the next big step in providing quick, valuable and immediately actionable insight into the global oil patch, to help our clients perform the valuable work of providing us all with cheap, abundant, and safe energy" Drillinginfo CEO Allen Gilmer said.

Drilling Info Inc. is a SaaS-based oil and gas business intelligence and decision support platform for the global upstream E&P industry, serving more than 3,000 companies globally. The company is headquartered in Austin, TX with more than 350 employees on five continents.

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