BOEReport.com is an all-in-one real-time source for news headlines, well and drilling activity, property listings, economic reports, and commodity prices. The BOE Report has extensive reach throughout the globe. It is Canada’s most read daily oil and gas news portal and has a substantial userbase across the United States.
In addition to the news stories published on BOE’s homepage, the site offers users a variety of data features that are unique to the BOE Report. Through these various features, BOE has established itself as an indispensable source for the most relevant information pertaining to North America’s oil and gas industry.
The oil and gas industry is in a state of constant change, and through change comes plenty of news stories.
BOE prides itself on offering real-time news and analysis from both original and aggregated content providers. Curious to know the latest financial results from a Suncor? The latest operational update from Canadian Natural Resources? BOE has you covered. Wondering how government is influencing the industry? Where the price of oil and gas has gone/is going? BOE has you covered. Any news related to the upstream oil and gas industry, macroeconomic price environment, and government energy policy can be found at boereport.com
One of the most popular features the BOE Report offers is the daily digest email. Every morning at 8am MT 9am CT, the BOE Report pushes out an email to our email subscribers that recaps the past 24 hours of stories. Sign up for free here, (it’s easy)!
Basin and Company-Specific Pages
In addition to news stories, BOE provides its audience with a range of data-oriented features.
The basins feature gives users the ability to analyse in greater depth important news and data pertaining to the most prolific oil and gas basins in North America. For example, users can select “Duvernay” and a new page will appear showing news stories concerning the basin, companies active in the basin, M&A activity, the number of wells drilled by substance and operation, a well activity map focused entirely on the basin region, and any current property listings. Featured basins include: Anadarko, Duvernay, Montney,Shaunavon, Williston, Appalachian, Eagle Ford, Niobrara, Uinta Piceance, Arkoma, Fort Worth, Permian,Viking, Cardium, Haynesville, San Joaquin, and Western Canadian Sedimentary.
A similar feature is offered for individual companies as well. Using the BOE Report search bar, users can type in a company of interest and find a webpage solely devoted to that particular company. Information about each company includes: relevant news stories, stock quote (with line chart), M&A activity and wells drilled by formation, substance, and operation.
Well Activity Map
The BOE Report is pleased to provide the fastest performing map outlining North American well activity. With a database updated weekly and stretching back to January 2013, users can use the map to search where companies have drilled and for what substance.
Using the map, it is easy to find how many wells have been drilled in a particular jurisdiction over a given period of time, what substances were found, and which companies did the drilling. Did you know that in Texas alone, there were 2,506 wells drilled in the first half of 2015?
Property Listings Database
Another cool feature that the BOE Report offers is a property listings database that is updated on a weekly basis. Users can see on a map or in neatly organized listing, properties for lease, sale, farmout, whether it is a royalty arrangement, broker listing, or wellbore throughout both Canada and the United States.
The Mergers & Acquisitions Database features historical and current transactions in the Canadian and American upstream oil and gas industry.
The Mergers and Acquisitions Database is accessible to BOE Report users through the “M&A Database” tab in our menu bar. It is also embedded in company profile pages and the BOE Report Plays pages.
Each deal listed in the database includes basic information such as deal type, value, parties involved, and areas/plays. There is also more detailed information including boe/d, acreage, reserves, and deal value metrics.
For both USA and Canada, BOE Report offers a market activity page that outlines the latest in commodity prices (I.e. West Texas Intermediate, Brent Crude, Western Canada Select), indices and stock quotes related to the petroleum industry.
Rig & Storage Reports
In easy-to-use visual charts and data, BOE provides weekly updated storage reports for both petroleum stocks and natural gas in the United States. With data from the United States Energy Information Agency, users can see where inventories are for both commodities.
BOE Report is pleased offer, free of charge, oil and gas companies the ability to post job openings at jobs.boereport.com.
By posting on jobs.boereport.com, your company will leverage, for free, the audience of a leading North American oil and gas news source.
To post a job, click the “Post a Job Free!” button, and fill out the form to get an account and start publishing jobs you may have.
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BOE (Barrel of Oil Equivalent) is an energy unit frequently used in the oil and gas industry to identify a company’s combined crude oil and natural gas production. A BOE is calculated by converting six thousand cubic feet (mcf) of natural gas to one barrel of oil. This conversion ratio is based on energy equivalence primarily at the burner tip.