Although technically not in the purview of MDN’s coverage, we want to alert you that MDN partner ShaleNavigator—the top-notch online mapping service that brings you those marvelous maps in the Marcellus and Utica Shale Databook—is expanding. ShaleNavigator founder Ed Camp has added the Collingwood and Antrim Shale plays in Michigan to his coverage.
Here’s Ed’s press release announcing the expansion of his excellent service:
ShaleNavigator has now added Michigan’s Collingwood and Antrim Shale Play coverage to its subscription mapping service. "With new drilling technologies allowing companies to rapidly move across the various shale plays, ShaleNavigator has added Michigan data to the map, started with a highly sought after pipeline layer," said Edward Camp, Developer of ShaleNavigator mapping systems.
With many businesses participating in the shale oil and gas development supply chain, there is a need for an easy to use business intelligence tool that lets business owners know where the activity is, and where it could soon occur.
ShaleNavigator assembles data from a variety of government, private company, and in-house research sources to keep its map – and subscribers – updated. "We have found that many of our subscribers were searching for information literally all over the web, and now use ShaleNavigator as a resource that compiles and displays information from those many sources in one single map. We expect a variety of businesses to take advantage of ShaleNavigator’s new Michigan coverage to help with business intelligence they need to expand the services they offer beyond the Marcellus and Utica Shale Plays. Pro Version Subscriber Arete Acquisitions, a landowner representation firm, is an excellent example of this," Camp explained.
A free 7 day account is available. To access the drawing and saving map tools and to access ShaleNavigator’s proprietary, high value layers, subscribe for only $99/month, or $899 for an entire year. Group discounts are available.
ShaleNavigator is an online, interactive mapping system with natural gas wells, well permits, pipelines, and leasing layers. Subscribers can view recent lease offers and create and save their own maps for presentation, collaboration, and field work. Data is updated regularly and includes recent lease offers, major gas pipelines, and newly issued well permits in the four state Marcellus, Utica, Collingwood, and Antrim Shale plays. ShaleNavigator Pro also displays EagleFord pipelines, and has available property listings of over 12,000 acres in the Marcellus and Utica.*
Needless to say, but we’ll say it anyway: MDN endorses this product! We’re fans of the ShaleNavigator service—and if you have an interest in seeing customized maps with locations of permits, wells, pipelines, compressor stations and more in the Marcellus, Utica and a number of other shale plays—for heaven’s sake, get a free 7-day trial of ShaleNavigator and try it out. Now! Go to: //www.shalenavigator.com/signup.php.
*ShaleNavigator (Apr 23, 2013) – ShaleNavigator Adds Michigan data to Pro Version to Cover Collingwood and Antrim Shale Plays