The oil and gas records maintained by the Railroad Commission of Texas include hundreds of pieces of
information for over one million wells, yet are not available in any efficient formats.
Hudson Puget maintains data collected by the Railroad Commission. We clean and organize the data so that it
can be used as easily and efficiently as possible to provide value to our partners.
We focus on:
Data Quality and Accuracy
Ease of Integration
Permian Basin Oil Production (Texas Counties) in Barrels per Day
We maintain a complete Texas lease dataset, which is updated monthly. Available for subscription by county, by district, or all of Texas.
We maintain a complete Texas well dataset encompassing several hundred well features. This includes the permit history, many properties of the wells and complete test records.
Well Production Allocation
We apply a proprietary algorithm to allocate lease-level production to individual wells.
Legal Description to Wells
Most mineral interests are described in terms of land, such as the West 200 acres of a certain section and block.
When given a list of legal descriptions, we use our well data and county GIS data to determine all corresponding wells.
We offer extensive data on each well, such as the operator history, permit history and lease level production. The data can be provided in an excel sheet or in a map format.
Many RRC files are only available in EBCDIC, an encoding system from the 1980s that is not compatible with most contemporary tools.
We use proprietary conversion tools to convert these files to comma separated (.csv) files with column headers. more info
We always work directly with the data provided by the Railroad Commission of Texas and maintain the data for the entire state.
Founded in 2017 by Brendan Farrell, Hudson Puget LLC helps solve data challenges for the American energy industry and facilitates more efficient business and technical analysis.
Brendan has a PhD in applied mathematics from UC Davis and taught at CalTech. He has built several large scale data products,including HowLoud, Inc,
which offers the world's largest environmental noise map, and National Flood Data, a provider of FEMA flood zone mapping.