D-FRAC Hydraulic Fracturing Fluid Disclosure Database
What would you like to know?
- How much guar gum is a particular operator using in North Dakota?
- What is the average volume of water needed for wells in a certain geographic region?
- What ingredients are your competitors using?
Percentage of Total Disclosures by State
(through Sep 2012)
Top Data Contributors by Operator
(through Sep 2012)
States and Date of Required Disclosure
(as of Jun 2012)
Source: Vinson & Elkins 'Fluid Disclosure Requirements Chart'
D-FRAC represents opportunities for new analyses in not only the petroleum industries but also in other markets using these chemicals.
Data You Can Actually Use
PI∇OT Upstream Group offers what no other source has: fracking chemical disclosure data that is actually usable because it is aggregated, cleaned and standardized for the entire United States. It can be searched, sorted and filtered in any way that your analysis requires.
D-FRAC is structured on a per well basis and includes the following data points:
- State and County
- Fracture Date
- Well Name
- Latitude, Longitude
- Production Type
- True Vertical Depth (TVD)
- Water Volume
And for each well, a list of components in the fracturing fluid:
- Trade Name
- Ingredient Name
- CAS Number
- Maximum Ingredient Concentration in Additive
- Maximum Ingredient Concentration in HF Fluid
Obtaining the data is just the first step. We run the data through a process of cleaning and standardization that renders the data ready for use in your systems.
In fact, because our data cleaning process is the result of actual usage requirements, it has proven to be one of the greatest values of D-FRAC. Clean, standard data structuring means you can integrate the data into your own database systems with minimal effort.
Keeping It Fresh
Not only is new data is being added continuously from states that already require disclosure, more and more states are implementing their own disclosure regulations in the near future.
We offer several options for you to subscribe to these updates so that your analyses will always have the latest data available.
How Can You Get D-FRAC?
To find out how you can obtain this very valuable data, contact us and we will get back to you with more information and a sample for your review.