WTI at $65, the patch has come alive! Come see us at NAPE

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Henry Hub at 3 and change, my prospect econ’s now in range!

Forgive the drivel but we, like you, are really excited about the near- and long-term future of the ‘patch’. The improvements in pricing have affected operations in EVERY basin, providing good to excellent margin support for deals and prospects far and wide.
Whether it’s someone trying play mid-Devonian carbonate reefal analogs out of the Alberta, Canada’s Golden Spike field (39,718,044 BBO, 37+ BCF–one well!!)

WTI at , the patch has come alive! Come see us at NAPE

Drillinginfo Web app- Golden Spike field, Alberta,Canada—bubbled by cumulative oil


WTI at , the patch has come alive! Come see us at NAPE

DI Web App-Mid Devonian Paleo-environment layer tied to Golden Spike field


WTI at , the patch has come alive! Come see us at NAPE

DI Desktop-Well historical production, Golden Spike field

or someone else who’s gotten a farm-out in Eagleford country and wants to chase stray Wilcox of the kind that Pioneer found at Sinor West , Live Oak county

WTI at , the patch has come alive! Come see us at NAPE

DI Webapp-Historical Production-#5 Sinor Ranch A, Live Oak Co, TX, L.Wilcox sand ,TD 8286’


there’s a lot of creative geology just waiting to be tested….probably with YOUR money.

So sign up for our Deal Desk at NAPE and check out the context of the hot deal that you’ve just seen—review type curves, water cuts, cum water, drilling activity, leasing opportunities…or walk through evaluation workflows on operators like Bonanza in the DJ Basin or Alta Mesa Holdings in the STACK.
If you wish to meet with our executive team to learn how to leverage DI’s enterprise value for your organization, sign up here.
We’re looking forward to meeting you at NAPE!!

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Mark Nibbelink

Enverus Co-Founder, Director of University Outreach. Before co-founding Enverus (formerly Drillinginfo) in 1999, Mark had a long career as a prospect geologist at Gulf Oil before beginning work as an independent geologist. Mark is responsible for quality control and data integrity. He received his Bachelor of Arts in geology and his master’s in geology and geophysics from Dartmouth College.