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30-Second Pitch: ShaleNavigator

Thursday, June 13th 2013
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In this 30-second pitch, ShaleNavigator provides details about its online mapping tool for to find current permits, well results, lease offers, available property, and pipelines in US Shale oil and gas plays.

ShaleNavigator is a web-based, interactive mapping software product containing over 20 map layers including current permits, well results, lease offers, available property, and pipelines in US Shale oil & gas plays.  ShaleNavigator offers map query, drawing, and saving tools, and a newsboard that allows subscribers to zoom to breaking news.  
 
COMPANY DETAILS
Business: ShaleNavigator
Number of employees: 1
Owner/Lead executive: Edward Camp, Owner, CEO
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ShaleNavigator currently serves a diversified mass audience comprised of property owners; service providers to oil and gas, including engineering, construction, and housing; financial service providers, such as regional banks, wealth managers, investors, and appraisers; oil and gas and pipeline companies; and government entities, colleges and universities. 
 
Why we are different: 
  • Proprietary map layers pertaining to shale oil & gas development; easy-to-use, cloud-based user interface; affordable subscription rates.
  • Recent Accomplishment: In May, 2013 ShaleNavigator expanded its coverage area to Michigan, covering Antrim and Collingwood Shale Plays.


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