XI’s AssetBook is the ideal tool for high-level, summary information on all public and private companies in Western Canada. It’s the only detailed listing of working interest production, reserves and landholdings broken down by either company or area.
NEW! AssetBook is on the Web!
The new, streamlined AssetBook is available at your convenience – anywhere, anytime.
- No monthly downloads for your IT group
- Area Summaries now reflect your exact DLS/NTS corners
- Merge multiple companies in an area to see the result of property acquisitions
Quality prospects are easily identified using AssetBook, the industry’s most powerful research tool. Quickly compile and view vast quantities of data to gain a full understanding of the oil & gas industry.
Key data found in the AssetBook includes:
- Production details
- Land holdings
- Drilling history
- Synergies and common interest partners
- Detailed gross and working interest values
AssetBook has the scoping functionality you need to:
Find best-fit corporate acquisitions or mergers
Merge two or more companies to assess their compatibility or to identify potential “fall-out” properties.
Consider property acquisitions
Quickly and easily find non-core assets held by current partners, or create a summary of your core area to find out who may have non-core holdings. When considering opportunities at companies currently at risk, use the AssetBook to identify vulnerable companies.
Uncover high potential exploration / development area
Evaluate reserves and initial rates with the AssetBook’s probability graphs.
Perform custom searches
Perform searches using your own parameters to find companies or properties that meet your criteria.
Evaluate land opportunities
Using the Land Graphing feature, identify potential farm-ins, and compare average bonuses paid. You can also determine the premium paid for deep/shallow rights, or evaluate a company’s exposure to expiries in your core area.
Analyze / research your competitors
Find all competitors in your area, particularly non-operators who may be difficult to find using other mapping software. View recent drilling activity, land sale purchases, etc.