||Energy Impacts of Hurricane Ike
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Top 10 Oil Producers Subjected to Ike's Hurricane-Force Winds
|Operator||# Wells||Oil (bbl)||% of Company's Gulf Prod Subject to Hurricane Winds|
|W & T Offshore||168||14,065||71.49%|
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| Top 10 Gas Producers Subjected to Ike's Hurricane-Force Winds|
|Operator||# Wells||Gas (mcf)||% of Company's Gulf Prod Subject to Hurricane Winds|
|W & T Offshore||168||118,605||56.32%|
| Top 10 Platform Operators Subjected to Ike's Hurricane-Force Winds|
|Operator||# Platforms||Major Platforms||% of Company's Gulf Platforms Subject to Hurricane Winds|
|W & T Offshore||53||35||40.77%|
|Top 10 Pipeline Operators Subjected to Ike's Hurricane-Force Winds|
|Operator||Miles of Pipeline||Max. Diameter||% of Company's Gulf Pipeline Miles Subject to Hurricane Winds|
|Enterprise Field Svcs||372||20||46.64%|
|Refineries Subjected to Ike's Hurricane-Force Winds|
|Astra Refining System||1|
| DISCLAIMER, DATA SOURCES, ANALYSIS STEPS|
The Timoney Group makes no claim for the accuracy of the data used here or the analysis presented. It is intended for demonstration purposes only.
Hurricane tracking data is provided courtesy of HurricaneMapping.com
Refinery information provided by IHS.
All well, platform, pipeline, and production information is provided courtesy of the Minerals Management Service. Note that this data varies in currency and accuracy--we are presenting it here "as is".
Well, pipeline, and platform data was downloaded in August, 2008. The last two years of well production were downloaded in August and each active well was assigned a daily production of oil and gas based on a weighted average of its last six months of reported activity. Receiving a live feed of updated storm locations from HurricaneMapping.com, the analysis you see here was updated dynamically on the fly using a spatial database (PostgreSQL/PostGIS).
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We have applied our oil and gas expertise to the latest generation of web mapping technologies. We were the first to utilize Google Earth as a platform for bringing together well and production data using new visualization techniques to create a study of Wyoming's Jonah Gas Field. Last year we launched publicly available data stream that included 500,000 wells and 25,000 land leases in the Rockies that demonstrated the power of intelligently linking to large, publicly available online data-stores.
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