Tim Pawul, President, Minerals & Royalties Authority, sat down with Sourcenergy Founder & CEO, Josh Adler, to talk about the innovative technologies Sourcenergy has been working on to help give minerals aggregators a ground-game edge and also help institutional investors increase certainty around their valuations for larger minerals transactions.
- Predicting cash flows – how the early detection and size of well pads correlates to the future number of wells that will be drilled on the pad
- Predictive data – identifying frac ponds and well pads to determine which pads are ready for fracking
- Satellite imagery – along with optical radar, how synthetic aperture radar (SAR) is used to identify frac crew activity
- Mobile GPS and anonymous cell phone data – how cell phone data is being used to detect movement and activity between equipment yards and the well pads to identify the operator, pressure pumpers and associated crews involved in the fracking, completion and expected production of a well. This data is available months ahead of any data released by a regulatory authority or reported by a mineral owner.
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FracScape – Near real-time frac crew and DUC tracking