Enverus, the oil and gas SaaS and analytics company, on Sept. 11 unveiled Operator Intelligence— executive-level research reports covering hundreds of notable public and private upstream oil and gas operators.
The new tool draws from Enverus’ world-class datasets to deliver benchmarking and trend analysis while telling clear, compelling stories that capture the nuance of each operator. Live, curated workspaces accompany the reports and enable readers to quickly dive deeper and interact with its broader Enverus Drillinginfo platform.
“Until now, there was no easy way to quickly access up-to-date, aggregated summaries of the hundreds of public and private E&Ps,” Colin Westmoreland, senior vice president and general manager of market research at Enverus, said. “Executives across the energy value chain have been asking for a high-value research product like this, and we’ve delivered. We’re excited to help the industry’s key decision makers by adding context to our differentiated datasets and providing faster answers to some of their most important questions.”
“Operator Intelligence offers objective analysis that can be digested quickly, without hardly any technology learning curve. All users need to do is enter a company name and launch a search. In one click or tap, they’ll have access to a full research report,” Westmoreland added.
Operator Intelligence sits inside a suite of other value-add products that work across several of Enverus’ platforms. The full suite of Operator Intelligence products will scale and evolve alongside Enverus’ broader analytics ecosystem and is the latest solution under the Enverus Drillinginfo business unit.
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