Corey Rhoden, SVP of Drilling Info and President of Drilling Info’s HPDI product line was cited this week in Business Week discussing the problems and issues surrounding state-reported data to determine gas deliverability.
Corey and his team has developed a deep and widely recognized expertise in this realm over the last 15 years in their role of providing, as primary source, cleaned and conditioned production data to most oil and gas industry analysts and the Energy Information Agency (EIA) itself.
In fact, in its recent report on gas prices and deliverability, renowned energy analyst shop Tudor, Pickering & Holt devoted an entire page studying and verifying HPDI data accuracy. The EIA released a similar study in 2005 when they switched information providers.
Drillinginfo itself has digitized monthly historical data back to the 1930’s in Texas, back to the 1940’s in New Mexico and is working on similar projects in other states. It also just released the most robust allocated Texas production dataset ever designed. Drillinginfo has also been the fastest reporter of production data, usually beating out others in the space by 1, 2 and even 3 months. Combined and reconciled with HPDI’s quality nationwide coverage, the Drillinginfo/HPDI production dataset will be the most complete, most timely, and most robust dataset in the industry.
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