The Australasian oil and gas exploration industry's premier scouting service, the peerless Oil and Gas Radar informs readers about what is currently happening in the Australian, New Zealand and PNG marketplaces, and what is likely to happen in the future. Oil and Gas Radar's mandate is to provide timely information on often crucial activities and movements within the industry, ahead of the reports appearing in the mainstream news media.
Information reported in Radar is acquired from a wide range of contacts within the industry reporting on the basis of anonymity, and the information is reported in a more bullet point' style on a strictly non-attributable basis.
Subject areas most often and most thoroughly reported in Oil & Gas Radar include current and future offshore rig moves and forward contracts, upcoming LNG and development project news, current and future seismic programs, onshore drilling activity reports, permit title awards, changes and commitments and key oil industry personnel news. The report is highly suited to companies actively participating in, or planning an entry into, the oil exploration and development industry in the Australasian region, in addition to closely related service companies ranging from rig, vessel, and seismic contractors, through to manning/personnel, transport and site catering providers.
Since 1968 the Oil and Gas Radar has been the oil and gas exploration industry's premier information scouting service, letting subscribers know what's happening now and what's happening in the future, and providing timely information on often crucial movements within the industry. Oil and Gas Radar consistently provides ahead-of-the-mainstream-news information, acquired from a wide range of contacts in the business speaking on a strictly non-attributable basis.
The report is designed for clients within, or on the close fringes of, petroleum exploration, and includes valuable specifics on the topics readers most want to know about.
Oil & Gas Radar covers up to 20 short items per week, accompanied by a basic chart to monitor drilling progress of current onshore and offshore wells. The format varies once per quarter as Radar publishes a three month forecast of planned drilling and seismic activity.
All Oil and Gas Radar subscriptions include the weekly Drilling Report for free.
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