Get ready for drilling season with simplified licensing research

September 21, 2022

XI Technologies helps expedite drilling programs with software applications that simplify the pre-drill licensing process and accelerate research.

Word to the Wise: Why data balance is the key to a successful drill plan

August 30, 2022

The quality of data one had before drilling could be the difference between a successful drilling program or not.

Word to the Wise: Provost area drilling overview

July 12, 2022

Leveraging XI Technologies’ drilling data to give an overview of drilling trends in the Provost gas field.

Word to the Wise: Pembina/Cardium Drilling Snapshot

June 21, 2022

Leveraging XI Technologies’ drilling data to give an overview of drilling trends in the Pembina formation.

Word to the Wise: Examining well license data to determine 2022 drilling potential

June 7, 2022

Taking a closer look at the drilling data available in OffsetAnalyst to get a sense of the drilling potential for the rest of 2022.

Word to the Wise: Montney Drilling Overview

April 26, 2022

Leveraging XI Technologies’ drilling data to give an overview of drilling trends throughout the entire Montney play.

Word to the Wise: M&A Spotlight – Vermilion Energy Inc. and Leucrotta Exploration Inc.

April 5, 2022

Taking a look at Vermilion Energy Inc. (Vermilion) acquisition of Leucrotta Exploration Inc. (Leucrotta) with a high-level look at each company prior to the merge.

Word to the Wise: Assessing problems and mitigating risks when drill planning

February 8, 2022

Looking back at the last three years of drilling in Alberta to get a sense of where drill problems are most prevalent.

Word to the Wise: Blueberry River First Nations Drilling Overview

December 7, 2021

Using our enriched industry data to offer a few insights as to what’s happening in the Blueberry River area from a drilling perspective.

Word to the Wise: Why external drilling data is essential to today’s drilling environment

July 13, 2021

There are a lot of ways to get drilling information and the quality of that information could be the difference between a successful drilling program or not.