The Search Bar is the best way to find things on MapStand. You can type a company name, country, or anything else you’re looking for and see the results in the Info Panel.
The easiest way to get started is to type something into the Search Bar and see what happens... Searching for a company, country, field or well couldn't be easier.
Since the Dec 2019 release, we have enabled one-click view of the assets belonging to a country or company.
Simply type in the name of the country or company in the Search Bar and select it in the Info panel. The map will then display all assets associated with that country or company. You will also find that the News (newsfeed) and Community panels are also filtered based on this selection.
Note: If you search for a company e.g. BP - to see all assets for that company (including subsidiaries) displayed on the map, make sure you select the company name from the Organisation Group Companies list, in the Info panel.
You can narrow search results by adding more information e.g. oil field BP united kingdom.
The search will return items from the database where all words specified are present in any of the objects' attributes.
If you are interested in seeing ongoing activity, switch on the Planned Boreholes, Prospects, Rigs and Vessels layers. Then, type the name of the country you are interested in to the Search Bar e.g. Norway.
When you select Norway in the Info Panel, the map automatically zooms into and highlights Norway (see below). You can see there are only two planned boreholes in Norway.
If you zoom to the one furthest south and click on it, the info panel gives all the information about the layers at that location. Country is Norway; Prospect is Enniberg, Planned Borehole is 25/7-8 S, and the Rig and Vessel is Leiv Eriksson.
This tells you that the planned borehole 25/7-8 S (to test Enniberg prospect) is currently being drilled and the semisub name is Leiv Eriksson. If you then click on Planned Borehole 25/7-8 S in the Info Panel, you will see the Estimated Spud Date is October 15th, 2019.
Here is what happens if you switch off planned boreholes,switch on the Boreholes layer, and select 25/7-8 S in the Info Panel...
You will see that the actual spud date was November 13th, 2019.
If you type Ennisberg in the News Panel...
The top news item tells you about the consent for drilling:
We are constantly optimising the search to help you find what you're looking for, so watch this space or get in touch for more tips.