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Spatial Energy

Spatial Energy is the source for digital imagery and services within the energy industry. Solely dedicated to meeting the needs of energy companies operating worldwide, Spatial Energy acquires, processes, and manages the most extensive collection of high resolution satellite and aerial imagery, topographic maps, and digital elevation models (DEMs). Imagery is available on demand from our extensive data archives, by tasking satellites and aerial providers, and by speculative collection. Spatial Energy has established preferred relationships with the leading data providers and can thus select the best source(s) to meet your particular application. In addition, programs such as the Energy Partner Program (EPP), BasinWatch and Spatial On Demand provide simplified, cost effective access to imagery. Our goal is to reduce the cost, time and effort required to acquire imagery for all of your needs.

Contact Information

Website: http://www.spatialenergy.com/
Email Address: rleventhal@spatialenergy.com
Phone: 303-625-1033
Fax: 303-625-1030
Address: 1035 Pearl Street, Suite 334, Boulder, CO, 80302, USA

Press Releases

June 18th, 2014 - DigitalGlobe Announces New Oil & Gas Offerings From Spatial Energy

June 5th, 2013 - Spatial Energy and Schlumberger Agreement to Provide Geospatial Information

May 13th, 2013 - Spatial Energy and Geoimage Partner to Better Serve the Australian Energy Industry

May 7th, 2013 - Spatial Energy and Golden Falcon Technical Services Sign Agency Agreement for the Oil and Gas, and Utilities Markets

February 27th, 2013 - Spatial Energy Introduces TapSpatial Mobile Geospatial App for iPad

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