Collaborative Initiative Creates Well-level Data for Participating States

New website provides a variety of data elements for participating states - all in one place!
Collaborative Initiative Creates Well-level Data for Participating States - News


The National Oil and Gas Gateway is a new website providing oil and natural gas well-level data from participating states that is available to the public. This collaborative effort of the Ground Water Protection Council (GWPC) and its member states, the US Dept. of Energy’s Energy Information Administration (EIA), and the Office of Fossil Energy provides well-level data provided by the states and is updated monthly. Currently, participating states include Alabama, Arkansas, Colorado, Kentucky, Mississippi, Nebraska, New York, Oklahoma, Utah and West Virginia.

Data available on the website can be viewed in map, datasheet or dashboard formats. One can filter the data in various ways to obtain general or specific data for comparisons or information. Information that can be viewed, analyzed or exported include well locations, well names, well status and type, well production, injection, disposition and completion data, hydraulic fracturing chemical disclosure reports, and well depth and drilling orientation.

Visit individual state agency websites for further information. If interested in a state not yet part of this website, the state's Oil and Gas program website may have similar information. In Pennsylvania the PA Department of Environmental Protection has a website with oil and gas mapping and report information. In Ohio, the Ohio Department of Natural Resources has information on their Division of Oil and Gas Resources website.