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epmag.com: “Landmen Value Technology Adoption: Measurable ROI”

Hart Energy E+P Magazine

Landmen Value Technology Adoption: Measureable ROI

E&P companies and brokers share their experiences about leveraging technology in recent years.

Five companies have all harnessed technology within the last four years to manage lease acquisition and management of leased assets. Each company contends it has grown its respective firm three to four times larger and faster than what would have been possible with the methods used previously.

E & P MagazineThe lease acquisition and management software technology deployed by iLandMan has impacted the operations of these companies.

From Disparate to Disciplined

E&P companies Westward Energy and Escondido Resources both knew the projects that were starting required better ways to find locations. Westward (Albuquerque, NM) was working with multiple partners in six states to secure more than 200,000 acres.  Escondido (Houston) was an early entrant into the Eagle Ford play, obtaining 60,000 leased acres in a 200,000-acre area.

The two companies were using spreadsheets, paper, email, and attempting to use Google docs — none of which solved the disparate nature of organizing the information or providing a reliable forum for all parties to communicate with one another without duplicating effort. They had no reliable way to know exactly what they owned, nor a way to display or manage their assets.

John Sandager, partner with Westward Energy, had previously managed a $500 million trust with… click here to read the full article on epmag.com

 

If you have any questions about iLandMan, or want to set up a demonstration, please give us a call at 1-855-445-9629 or fill out our contact form.

oilandgasinvestor.com: “Landmen, Land Departments Yielding the Value of Technology Adoption: Measureable ROI Testimonies”

Oil and Gas Investor

Landmen, Land Departments Yielding The Value Of Technology Adoption: Measureable ROI Testimonies

These five companies have all harnessed technology within the last four years to manage their lease acquisition and management of leased assets. In their own words, they all contend they have grown their respective firms three to four times larger and faster than what would have been possible with the methods they used previously.

Oil and Gas InvestorFrom Disparate to Disciplined

E&P companies Westward Energy and Escondido Resources both knew the projects they were embarking on required better ways to organize all of the leases they were pursuing. Each had crews working in a half dozen different locations. Westward (Albuquerque, NM) was working with multiple partners in six states to secure more than 200,000 acres. Escondido (Houston, TX) was an early entrant into the Eagle Ford play, obtaining 60,000 leased acres in a 200,000 acre area. Between the two companies they were using spreadsheets, paper, email, and attempting to use Google docs–none of which solved the disparate nature of organizing the information or providing a reliable forum for all parties to communicate with one another without duplicating effort. They had no reliable way to know exactly what they owned, nor… click here to read the full article on oilandgasinvestor.com

 

If you have any questions about iLandMan, or want to set up a demonstration, please give us a call at 1-855-445-9629 or fill out our contact form.

ugcenter.com: “Landmen, Land Departments Yielding the Value of Technology Adoption: Measurable ROI Testimonies”

Unconventional Oil and Gas Center

Landmen, Land Departments Yielding the Value of Technology Adoption: Measurable ROI Testimonies

Unconventional Oil and Gas Center

These five companies have all harnessed technology within the last four years to manage their lease acquisition and management of leased assets. In their own words, they all contend they have grown their respective firms three to four times larger and faster than what would have been possible with the methods they used previously.

From Disparate to Disciplined

E&P companies Westward Energy and Escondido Resources both knew the projects they were embarking on required better ways to organize all of the leases they were pursuing. Each had crews working in a half dozen different locations. Westward (Albuquerque, NM) was working with multiple partners in six states to secure more than 200,000 acres. Escondido (Houston, TX) was an early entrant into the Eagle Ford play, obtaining 60,000 leased acres in a 200,000 acre area. Between the two companies they were using spreadsheets, paper, email, and attempting to use Google docs–none of which solved the disparate nature of … click here to read the full article on ugcenter.com

 

If you have any questions about iLandMan, or want to set up a demonstration, please give us a call at 1-855-445-9629 or fill out our contact form.