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Celebrating Canadian E&P accomplishments in the last year

Canada’s energy industry is not only the most carefully managed, regulated, and environmentally responsible in the world, it’s also one of the most innovative. Canadian E&P companies are continually at the forefront of developing new, more efficient, cost-effective, and low-impact techniques and technology for resource exploration and exploitation. Even though drilling activity in the

Fastest drills in the Duvernay.

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.  Let's make this clear from the beginning - there are a

Breaking Down the 3 Most Common Barriers to Effective Drill Program Evaluation

As software technology advances, so do the expectations for reporting and drilling analysis. Operators continue to develop more sophisticated ways to monitor drilling performance, through benchmarking, performance dashboards, KPIs tracking, technical-limit research, and optimization planning. But as with many evolving processes, work is often being done in isolation both within companies and across the

January Workshops – Complimentary Access to Offset Analyst

Complimentary Access to Offset Analyst with OnDemand Tour Access XI is pleased to announce an added benefit to TourXchange membership!  As a TourXchange member, your company can now receive a complimentary Offset Analyst subscription. With this powerful tool, your team can easily scope their areas, evaluate drilling activity, and identify key offsets.  Purchasing access

Lease Expiries in the Wake of a Downturn

For many operators, their limited drilling budgets are focused on holding their top priority leases that are due to expire (where it makes economic sense, of course). Drilling departments across the industry will tell you, "We're in lease-maintenance mode". Operators' land assets are based on the leases they hold. For several reasons, a lease can