Our well location reports, WellFactsTM , provide prospective and current homeowners and landowners with the location of plugged and abandoned wells and their old infrastructure. Since plugged and abandoned wells are not in title work or on surveys, future and current property owners are often unaware of what is hidden beneath the surface. Our reports fill this gap.
Our waste data and information can be used to assess the financial health and performance of oil and gas companies. As the global economy increases usage of various energy types, governments and the financial sector will need a way to assess financial risks and returns, liabilities, and their respective time horizons. Our data is designed to identify and quantify financial risks and returns prior to their realization by the market as a whole.
We derive and structure oil and gas waste data into a high-resolution, useable, and useful format. Datasets include quantity of waste generated by company, waste type, geographic region, waste-management method, and time period. Visit [wastedatashop.com](https://www.wastedatashop.com/) to learn more!
Utilizing our subject matter expertise, we take our high-resolution waste data and estimate the environmental liability and current costs of companies based on their operational processes and procedures. We then rate the companies, using both financial and environmental metrics. Estimated liabilities and ratings are available at our datashop at [wastedatashop.com](https://www.wastedatashop.com/).
We have the knowledge and understanding of the oil and gas sector to understand the current and long-term costs of drilling waste. We remain up-to-date with reporting organizations and standards such as SASB, GRI, and IPIECA and can provide insight into what companies are reporting and what that means from an asset manager or asset owner’s perspective.
The United States has produced oil and gas for over 100 years. As wells age and become uneconomical, they must be plugged. Once this plugging and abandonment occurs, the oil and gas operator is still responsible for the old well. However, these wells do not appear in title work and because they are cut off below ground they are not shown on surveys. The potential risks from this old infrastructure include leaking methane or other gases, contaminated soil and groundwater, and radiation from naturally occurring radioactive material (NORM). Our very affordable reports provide this information and possible mitigation methods.
Once you provide the property location, we utilize information provided by oil and gas companies to determine if plugged and abandoned wells exist on the property. We also include any active wells that may be present and any plugged and abandoned wells and active wells within a specified perimeter of the property. If wells are identified on or around the property, we offer a more detailed second report on these wells.
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We gather, analyze, and produce high-resolution, actionable data on wastes generated by oil and gas companies. We do this through detailed research using our subject matter expertise and knowledge of federal, state, and local regulations, and our proprietary and consistent data collection methodology. We then apply our operational expertise and technical experience to estimate the cost and liability associated with waste practices. We developed our proprietary FEER Rating™ system in order to rate companies based on financial and environmental metrics associated with their waste management practices. We also provide analytical services for insight into companies' past and current practices.
We are a data and analytics company focused on providing high-resolution, high-quality data and risk information to property buyers and owners, governments, and the financial sector. Using our extensive subject matter expertise, we identify plugged and abandoned wells and their old infrastructure for property owners. We also identify material environmental factors on oil and gas companies and review their current and past operations and practices in order to identify key risks and predict future returns. Our proprietary data collection methodologies capture relevant information and structures it into useful data. We maintain relationships with appropriate technical experts and regulatory agencies and take an academic approach to materiality assessment which is based on our deep understanding of the U.S. oil and gas and environmental regulatory framework.