Gulfport Energy Saves Time and Money with ArcGIS

Gulfport Energy is an independent oil and natural gas exploration and production company, headquartered in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. To best serve its shareholders, the company is using technology to reduce costs while the market is tight and prepare for the inevitable rebound. Gulfport puts geographic information system (GIS) technology at the core of many critical activities and operations conducted in the office and the field. Read more


ITOPF Protects Oceans and Shores

The International Tanker Owners Pollution Federation (ITOPF) uses ArcGIS to create tanker traffic maps showing the risk of collisions and oil spills occurring along shipping routes. Ship owners, coastal communities, and pollution protection and indemnity insurance providers use these maps. Read More

Esri Cloud Serves Energy Data on Demand

Hart Energy, which provides the energy GIS dataset for North America, has moved its mapping and data services to ArcGIS Online. The data content is now instantly accessible to thousands of user who need it to make decision. Read more

Gulf of Mexico

Witt OBriens GIS Platform Improves Emergency Operations

Witt O’Brien’s has integrated its Incident Command System (ICS) with Esri’s online GIS platform. The result is a common operation picture (COP) that improves the collaborative capabilities of multi-agency teams’ responses via a proven cloud GIS service. Read more

Colombia Deploys Petroleum Enterprise GIS

Ecopetrol S.A., the national oil company of Colombia has built an enterprise platform to create a central view of its operations. It is helping the staff better manage wells, land, pipeline, infrastructure, and distribution. Read more

Smithsonian Maps Shale Gas Boom

The Smithsonian map team has published an interactive map showing shale production by play across the nation. Users can zoom in to the interactive map and get detailed information about wells and their locations. Read more

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