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- Live working internet connection is required to run Quick Decline
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PLS publishes news and analysis on the acquisitions and divestitures (A&D) sector through its A&D module. The red banner report, published every 3 weeks, covers the active US asset marketplace and includes analysis of corporate mergers, property divestitures, completed transactions and deal metrics.
PLS publishes news and analysis on the exploration and production (E&P) sector through its E&P module. The blue banner report covers new well discoveries, drilling activities, acreage sales, industry statistics (drilling results, activity permits and intents to drill) and technological updates.
PLS publishes news and analysis impacting oil and gas pricing through its QPi (Pricing) Module. The maroon report is designed to provide active operators, acquirers, explorationists, capital providers and investors the key market and price information they need to be successful.
PLS’s new Eastern Scout covers local drilling activity, permit data, rig activity and completions in the Eastern region (Pennsylvania, Ohio & West Virginia). Like all of PLS’s Regionals this report includes a wealth of statistical analysis on activities and corporate performance. The reports also layer select advertising, business opportunities and multiple listings for sale.
PLS’s new Bakken Scout covers oil and gas permitting, rig activity and completions in the Dakotas and Montana. The report is available by subscription and is delivered by hard copy and email every 3 weeks. Like other Regionals, the Bakken is packed full of local statistical analysis covering permits, rigs and completions while also covering top stories, fun facts, quick stats and production anomalies.
PLS publishes exploration news and drilling insights in West Texas and Southeast New Mexico through our Permian Scout. Published every two (2) weeks, this regional report (RRC 7C, 8, & 8A) includes lead stories on drilling activity, successes and new projects while also reporting on drilling rigs, new permits, completions and P&A activity.
PLS’s MidContinent Scout covers regional drilling, discoveries and developments in Oklahoma, Texas Panhandle, (RRC 10), North Texas (RRC 7B & 9), Kansas and Nebraska. The report also covers permit stats, completions and P&A activity, as well as describing business opportunities listed for sale in the Woodford, Mississippi Lime, Barnett, Granite Wash, Eastern Niobrara and the region’s historically productive conventional plays.
PLS publishes drilling activity in Railroad Districts 1,2,4 and select counties north of 3 through the South Texas Scout. Published every three (3) weeks, this local report covers lead stories on drilling activity, successes and new projects while also reporting on new permits, completions and P&A activity.
PLS publishes local exploration news and drilling insights on a regional basis through reports like the Southeastern Scout. Previously known as the Southeastern Oil Review and published since 1926, this unique report has a loyal following of explorationists, operators, drillers, landmen and landowners in South Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama and Florida.
PLS publishes exploration news and drilling insights in Arkansas, Louisiana and East Texas through our Ark-La-Tex Scout. A famed area with significant of oil and gas history- this Region- known for East Texas stacked pays (Smackover, Bossier Sand, Cotton Valley, Travis Peak, Woodbine, Glen Rose, Rodessa, Pettit, James Lime, Edwards, Georgetown); Arkansas’s shales (Brown Dense & Fayetteville) and North Louisiana’s gas (Hosston & Haynesville) is still a core area for many operators from Dallas to Shreveport.
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QuickDecline was written by petroleum engineers as a tool to make quick and easy decisions. The product will save significant man hours over traditional decline curve analysis software. PLS also offers a number of other tools for the busy oil and gas professionals including Core Reports, Regional Drilling Reports, M&A content, docFinder, OpFinder, PetroWire and much more. Finally, PLS also offers paid training for not only QuickDecline but other powerful tools.