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LPD (Lasser Production Data) is our flagship production and well database application. It is a locally installed program that uses our propriety databases to allow you to search for production data by one or more leases/wells. Search options include Basin Name, County Name, District, Field Name/Number, Oil Gatherer Name, Gas Gatherer Name, Lease Name/Number, Operator Name/Number, Reservoir Name, API, Location and Lat/Long (with Radius). The search options will vary by State since state agencies collect and provide different data sets.

All of the production data is reported by the same “level” as the state agency that provides the data. This means some state data is reported by lease, while others are reported by well, and still others are reported by well + producing zone. We update all areas on a monthly basis where possible. As such we offer updates on a monthly basis, but if you do not need data that frequently you can subscribe to quarterly, semi-annual, or even just an annual update. If the subscription is not renewed each year the program will stop working as all subscriptions are covered in an annual contract.

LPD is written for Windows and will work on Windows XP or newer. LPD is also known to work on Linux and Mac using the Windows Emulator known as WINE (test using Crossover – a commercially available implementation of WINE) and on Windows Virtual Machines (VMWare or Parallels).

The data that you search for will be loading into a GRID with one row per lease (or well if using a well based search). When the data is loaded, you can then sort, filter, or summarize the contents of the grid. You can also select an individual row to view various reports and graphs. Many exports are also available to allow you to move data into other programs for further analysis. Programs such as PHDWin, Aries, OGRE, TCW, and Prod Eval all have an import routine for our LPD DATA DUMP ALL DATA V2 (.prn) format. The program will also allow you to create custom text exports using a variety of delimiters. This allows the data to be exported and imported into any program that can import text (.csv) files.

If you work with the same data sets routinely, you can save your search/filter criteria to a project where the project can be used again which is nice if you need to come back to a project later or when you want the same lease/well information updated after your next database update is available. LPD also allows you to set production date ranges to limit exports or reports, import text lists of criteria (such as API numbers), choose different grid styles per project, and create custom graphs and reports. When summarizing production data you can choose from a “Calendar Date” and a “Time Zero (normalized)” option.

Other features include:

  • Database updates available by download or on CD/DVD
  • Free technical support
  • Free “How-To” assistance
  • No maintenance fees for program updates
  • Texas data also includes injection, disposition, and well completion data
  • Discounts for multiple regional subscriptions
  • No charge for 2nd license
  • Stand alone and network installations available
  • Search and save AOI areas
  • Advanced options to run multiple projects