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Easy to use well economics software provides relevant data in minutes

In a cyclical industry like oil and gas, people generally expect dramatic market fluctuations; however, when the price of oil drops by 50% like it did last year and remains low, companies inevitably struggle.  Modified drilling plans, lower rig counts, layoffs and focus on existing production are some of this year’s themes, and it is the rare oil company that ...

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New tool from Drillnomics allows oil and gas economic decision in minutes-not days

Compared to the high tech tools found in other industries, software promising to quickly and easily help oil and gas professionals perform economic evaluations has lagged. For years, the industry lacked a modern and simple evaluation tool that was easy to use, affordable and powerful…until now. Drillnomics introduces a broad spectrum of the industry—including mineral buyers, investors, engineers, geologists and ...

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New Oil and Gas Economic and Decline Curve Software Tool is Simplifying the Evaluation Process

Contact: Austin Akers Telephone: 615-933-0822 Email: info@drillnomics.com Website: www.drillnomics.com YouTube: DRILLNOMICS Non Producting Property Model Demo NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE – September 9, 2015 – Drillnomics released its oil and gas economic evaluation and decline curve software to the public this quarter, and industry response has been overwhelmingly positive. With the company growing at a rate of over 50% per month and a free trial ...

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