NASWellCube (North American Shale Well Database) provides users with the most comprehensive and reliable data coverage for the North American shale, oil sands, and conventional well activities. It is a powerful tool that assists users with their own analysis of the historical development of oil and gas activities in a quick and efficient way.

NASWellCube covers more than 800,000 wells updated on a daily basis. The tool includes a wide range of data, such as monthly oil and gas production as well as water and estimated NGL volumes, integrated FracFocus disclosure, and well completion details. It also provides users with powerful capabilities to conduct decline curve analysis, monitor pad drilling trends, and get a unique insight into the composition of the fracking fluid and well economics, enabling users to have a complete picture of the North American shale industry.

Our analysts continuously collect and verify data from official reports and sources, and update them in the database on a daily basis. NASWellCube comes with a user-friendly graphical interface, Cube Browser, enabling fast filtering, extraction and display of data. Data is also available in chart, table and map views.



  • More than 800,000 horizontal wells, fracked vertical wells and conventional wells, providing nearly complete US Land and Canada Onshore coverage
  • Historical monthly operated oil and gas production from 2000
  • Extensive well information, including geographic attributes, event dates, oil API gravity, and first purchaser data
  • Detailed well analysis, such as oil and gas EUR (estimated ultimate recovery) per well, U.S. Shale oil and gas production forecast by well life cycle, well drilling and completion cost, breakeven oil and gas prices.



  • Macro analysis: Obtain critical insights into the entire North American Shale, including major shale plays as Bakken, Eagle Ford, Marcellus and Utica, Permian Midland, Permian Delaware, Niobrara, SCOOP and STACK.
  • Benchmarking: Compare performance of different shale players and analyze their portfolios
  • Strategy & business development: Identify short-term trends and total liquids potential for the North American shale
  • Valuation: Understand well drilling and completion costs along with breakeven prices


ideal for

  • North American shale operators
  • Financial market participants
  • Oilfield service companies
  • Consulting and advisory firms
  • Research institutions

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