GIS Supervisor, Jeff Kenney, and GIS Developer, Martha Barboza, led a breakout session at the 2022 Esri Energy Resources GIS Conference and shared how UL uses 3D web interface to visualize complex subsurface well and lease relationships for the thousands of mineral leases on the 2.1 million acres it manages.
University Lands Sr. System Analyst, Hilda Espinoza, has been integral in developing UL’s data governance and data management systems, and this week she shared UL’s journey at the Professional Petroleum Data Management (PPDM) Association Houston Expo 2022.
University Lands' lease sale 131 is tentatively scheduled for Fall 2022*, the exact date will be forthcoming. Nominations may be submitted between March 1, 2022 and June 15, 2022.
*Lease sale date TBD, Fall 2022 upon approval by the Board for Lease of University Lands
See full story to learn how to make a nomination request.
University Lands’ lease sale #131 is tentatively scheduled for Fall 2022.*
University Lands has restored the site of the first well to produce crude oil on its lands. The site of the Santa Rita #1 well, about an hour outside of Midland, TX, in Reagan county, received a complete makeover while preserving as much of the site’s original fabric as possible.
University Lands has teamed up with PDS Energy to facilitate information sharing between its organization and oil and gas operators. PDS Energy's Well Data Exchange provides an excellent solution to streamline the redundant, time-consuming process of submitting and receiving well information from our lessees. We are excited to provide this efficient option to operators on our lands.
It has been a year like no other, see UL's year-in-review in our FY2020 annual report.
University Lands has published its first ever annual report for fiscal year 2019 which was an unprecedented year for the organization.