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The Assset Suite features AssetBook, the best online A&D scoping and research software to identify merger and acquisition opportunities in the WCSB, and all its modules – Liability Analysis (LLR), PoolBook, Graphs, and AssetBook PRO.

December 2018 Expiring Land Report: Are there opportunities for you?

Each week, XI Technologies scans their unique combination of enhanced industry data to provide trends and insights that have value for professionals doing business in the WCSB. If you'd like to receive our Wednesday Word to the Wise in your inbox, subscribe here.  This week let's take a look at expiring lands. According to

Celebrating Canadian E&P Accomplishments in the Last Year

With news headlines dominated by pipeline power struggles, a lingering lower-for-longer sentiment, and of course the media circus to the south of us, it’s easy to assume that 2017 was a year that didn’t yield a lot of progress for Canada’s E&P energy sector. While 2017 certainly brought challenges, a look back at the

Case Study Presentation: Why you need to incorporate ARO in your A&D analysis.

While capital markets appear to be loosening slightly in 2018, investors are keenly aware of the growing importance of Liability Management and will be insisting on a clear, reliable estimate of asset retirement obligations (ARO) as part of due diligence on merger and A&D transactions. Currently, most E&P companies rely on the deemed liability

XI Technologies whitepaper cautions against using LLR to estimate ARO

XI Technologies Inc. has published a whitepaper outlining 5 key reasons why Alberta Energy Regulator’s (AER’s) Licensee Liability Rating (LLR) should not be used to estimate long-range Asset Retirement Obligation (ARO) for Alberta operating and non-operating oil and gas companies. Initially created in the early 2000s, LLR was never designed to be used for