Rushmore Reviews from IHS Markit is the leading global platform for Oil and Gas Operators to share, discuss and analyze drilling, completions and well abandonment data.
Established in 1989, Rushmore Reviews offer the only source of global offset well data provided directly by the Operator and then independently quality controlled, delivering insights into more than 70,000 wells, 18,000 completions and workovers, and hundreds of well abandonments.
Over time, the Reviews have grown to encompass drilling, completions, interventions, abandonment and blowout preventer data from more than 100 countries, with contributions from hundreds of operating companies engaged in conventional hydrocarbon, shale and coal seam gas wells.
Oil and gas operators use Rushmore Reviews to:
Improve well operations planning, design and budgeting
Extract insight immediately related to operations in new and existing regions
Compare performance among key peer groups in time, cost and processes
Set measurable targets for performance improvement in drilling, completions, abandonment and blowout preventers
The Drilling Performance Review (DPR) is a global platform for oil and gas operators to share, discuss and analyze global drilling data. With over 70,000 wells, the DPR contains data from more than 170 operators in over 100 countries.
The Completions Performance Review (CPR) is a global platform for oil and gas operators to share, discuss and analyze global offset completions data. The CPR provides participating operators with data from more than 18,000 completions, as well as detailed schematic diagrams for every completion.
The Abandonments Performance Review (APR) is a global platform for oil and gas operators to share, discuss and analyze global abandonment data. Operators also share detailed before-and-after well schematic diagrams for every abandonment.
The Shale Performance Review (SPR) is the world’s leading facilitator of peer-to-peer performance benchmarking for multi-staged frac’ed wells with data from over 25 operators in 7 different countries. The SPR provides participating operators with data from more than 15,000 wells.
The Well Interventions Performance Review (IPR) is a global platform for oil and gas operators to find out how their well interventions compare to others and to help identify key performance improvement opportunities.
“Equinor is using IHS Rushmore Reviews primarily for external benchmarking to ensure our drilling and well performance remains among the best in class. The Reviews are useful to benchmark and quality check our time and cost estimates for planned wells, in particular for regions where little or no internal data exist. The reporting side of Rushmore Reviews is a great way to QC our internal data.”
“Chevron uses IHS Rushmore Reviews to benchmark our performance in both drilling and completions and furthermore to measure shale field performance and subsea BOP reliability. The Rushmore data is key for gauging our performance internally and against competitors to ensure we are always competitive. We have been very successful in using the Reviews to reduce the uncertainty in new country entry cost estimating and well planning, making new ventures more profitable.”
Matt Albers, UC D&C Engineer, Chevron, USA, 2019
Ms. Stuart's areas of expertise include the oil & gas and
energy industries, oil & gas upstream, and energy equipment and
services. She the company in 2009 and has played a key role in
marketing, events and sales for Rushmore, a leading provider of
drilling and completions solutions for the oil & gas industry.
She is highly regarded for her in-depth knowledge of all Rushmore
products, rules of participation and contracts. Ms. Sarah Stuart
received her honours degree from Robert Gordon University,
Mr. Holmes is a senior operations manager for Rushmore at IHS Markit, a leading provider of drilling and completions solutions for the oil & gas industry. Mr. Holmes joined the company in 2008 and his areas of expertise include upstream oil & gas, energy industries, and energy equipment and services. He received a Master of Arts in Business Management and Economic History from the University of Aberdeen, Scotland. He has also attended Aberdeen Drilling School and achieved both NEBOSH and IOSH certifications.
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