Provides details about our range of products and services including: consulting services, market intelligence services, market forecast reports, oil and gas maps and mapping packages and data subscriptions.
InfieldLive hosts all of the information which supports your Offshore Energy Database data subscriptions. Login to run online searches, export results and download the entire data set to use offline.
InfieldRigs online service tracks the global offshore jackup, drillship, semisub and tender rig fleets, providing: dayrates, contract information, regional utilisation and detailed information about each drilling unit.
InfieldMaps online interactive mapping system offers optional layers, both geographic and infrastructure specific and allows the user to interrogate these layers to create custom maps of offshore field developments globally.
Model which assesses the breakeven economics of future offshore oil and gas fields/developments. Oil price and discount rate sensitive. Useful for: ranking project viability, decommissioning overviews, infrastructure EPIC Capex overview.
Infield Reports provides an easily accessible sector-specific overview, highlighting key themes, regional capex trends and companies active within the market over a ten year historical and forecast timeframe.
Online business intelligence dashboard which increases the analytical value of our reports and trackers by delivering them via an interactive system that dynamically updates its views based on user choices.
Development of the Infield Offshore Energy Database commenced in 1985, since when the database has been built up into a considerable information resource that tracks every single offshore field from the first field on stream, Bibi Eibat in 1923 through to fields which are not expected to be decommissioned until the end of this century. The Offshore Energy Database is now considered to be one of the most comprehensive and accurate fields and facilities databases in the industry.
The complete global Offshore Energy Database now comprises of over 9,600 offshore fields and details platforms, subsea wells, templates, manifolds, subsea processing, pipelines, control lines, single point moorings, on shore terminals, LNG and GTL facilities and plants and field ownership.
A field or new discovery is added to the Infield Offshore Energy Database when the operator announces it has discovered a new economic field, based upon estimates of proven plus probable reserves. The research team will track that new field, through appraisal drilling, planning development, construction and development, production and operations through to decommissioning.
In terms of field information the team look at the reserves, production rates, water depths, high temperature / high pressure and who are the operators and owners of the asset. The team then look at the development in terms of all of the subsea equipment (satellite wells, templated wells, templates, manifolds, subsea processing), then in terms of the platforms, fixed or floating, production or support facility and then how the hydrocarbon flow is taken away from the field, whether by offshore loading or by trunk export line.
All of these elements are then tied together using the pipelines, flowlines and umbilicals. This bottom up, component by component, “well to shore” analysis of each field is the basis for the OFFPEX Market Modelling and Forecasting System.
Infield Systems as part of their research and consultancy business becomes privy to company confidential information. This is ring fenced within the company and is not available to other clients and the Offshore Energy Database. Client confidentiality within Infield Systems is paramount.
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