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.
The Platforms data set identifies offshore oil and gas facilities for fixed and floating installations that are employed in the production development of an offshore oil and gas field. The oil and gas platforms range from the massive gravity based structures and the large West African FPSO facilities down to the small 10 tonne caissons in the shallow waters of the Gulf of Mexico. For fixed platforms the data set includes; caissons, conductor supported, compliant tower (CPT), gravity based, guyed, jack-up, piled skirt plate and suction pile. For floating facilities these include; buoyed shaped, mobile, semi-submersible, ship-shaped (FPSO), spar and TLP (tension leg platform).
The earliest platform entry is Ship Shoal 32 which was installed in the Gulf of Mexico in September 1947, which has been followed by over 16,600 platform installations. As well as listing operational and future facilities the platform data set also lists those facilities that have now been decommissioned or redeployed, so this data set provides a complete history of activity since September 1947.
The following information is provided about each project;
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