Basin Monitor Ordering Service
Expert Assessments and Accurate Data Lead to Successful Deals
Basin Monitors allow you to review critical petroleum system concepts and selected E&P metrics to support initial risk/reward assessments of farm-in or bid-round opportunities. The relevant in-basin work experience of our experts and up-to-the-minute plots and statistics drawn from the comprehensive IHS E&P Database creates a product supporting E&P strategy and business development not available elsewhere. Find and Order a Basin Monitor
Consistently formatted for easy reference, Basin Monitors place the commercial history of the basin in context and can save you weeks of gathering published geological data. Each report includes:
- petroleum system description and assessment, including extensive maps and diagrams key plays, with estimated reserves potential for each E&P historical summary
- up to the minute charts of selected E&P statistics, such as seismic coverage by year and field size distribution, giving you metrics for measuring basin
- maturity or comparing to your company's minimum field size requirements
- extensive bibliography
Basin Monitors cover 8 general basin areas or more than 420 individual petroliferous basins. Basin Monitors are delivered in a ready-to-read interactive CD format.
A subscription database option is also available. The IHS Basin Database contains all the data in our Basin Monitors, but with online access and powerful mapping and analysis tools to support your regional and global comparative basin studies, as well as analog queries. You may subscribe at the global, regional or country level. Subscribers to the IHS Basin Database can create their own Basin Monitor at any time with a few button clicks.
Gathering data for a new E&P deal? View the Basin Monitor Main List and find basin information faster than you thought possible.
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IHS Oil & Gas Map Data
enables you to place your E&P data in geographic context, enabling you to visually detect patterns and trends in data that may otherwise be missed.