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CONVENTIONAL OILFIELD MARKET INTELLIGENCE — knowing where other companies are drilling and how much oil and gas they are producing — relies on downloading, processing and mapping various state regulatory filings, such as drilling permit submissions and production and completion reports. These regulatory data-driven processes are at least 20 years old and often more than 40 years old.

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CONVENTIONAL OILFIELD MARKET INTELLIGENCE — knowing where other companies are drilling and how much oil and gas they are producing — relies on downloading, processing and mapping various state regulatory filings, such as drilling permit submissions and production and completion reports. These regulatory data-driven processes are at least 20 years old and often more than 40 years old.

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CONVENTIONAL OILFIELD MARKET INTELLIGENCE — knowing where other companies are drilling and how much oil and gas they are producing — relies on downloading, processing and mapping various state regulatory filings, such as drilling permit submissions and production and completion reports. These regulatory data-driven processes are at least 20 years old and often more than 40 years old.

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CONVENTIONAL OILFIELD MARKET INTELLIGENCE — knowing where other companies are drilling and how much oil and gas they are producing — relies on downloading, processing and mapping various state regulatory filings, such as drilling permit submissions and production and completion reports. These regulatory data-driven processes are at least 20 years old and often more than 40 years old.

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CONVENTIONAL OILFIELD MARKET INTELLIGENCE — knowing where other companies are drilling and how much oil and gas they are producing — relies on downloading, processing and mapping various state regulatory filings, such as drilling permit submissions and production and completion reports. These regulatory data-driven processes are at least 20 years old and often more than 40 years old.

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CONVENTIONAL OILFIELD MARKET INTELLIGENCE — knowing where other companies are drilling and how much oil and gas they are producing — relies on downloading, processing and mapping various state regulatory filings, such as drilling permit submissions and production and completion reports. These regulatory data-driven processes are at least 20 years old and often more than 40 years old.

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