Technology should amplify hard-earned experience and ingenuity, not replace them. And, in the case of E&P discovery tools, it should be put into the hands of seasoned explorationists who know what to look for.That’s the concept behind Evan Anderson’s tech startup, Oseberg LLC. Based in Oklahoma City, Oseberg’s software combines three key services in one platform: the most valuable data sets for Oklahoma E&P activity; intuitive data-mining tools; and dynamic visualization tools. “These tools drop jaws every time they’re demonstrated—even the jaw of the guy who invented the industry’s first...

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