Energy information group expands intelligence and tools
Calgary, AB - Evaluate Energy has joined forces with JuneWarren-Nickle's Energy Group (JWN), a division of Glacier Media, and Chris Innis, a global extractive industries information executive, to expand the range of energy information...
Calgary, AB – Evaluate Energy has joined forces with JuneWarren-Nickle’s Energy Group (JWN), a division of Glacier Media, and Chris Innis, a global extractive industries information executive, to expand the range of energy information intelligence and tools it offers to its client base. [Glacier Media is the parent company of Machinery & Equipment MRO magazine and mromagazine.com.]
JWN, based in Calgary and Edmonton, has acquired a major interest in Evaluate Energy, which is based in London, UK, with offices in Calgary. Evaluate Energy (www.evaluateenergy.com) will continue to be operated independently, but its team will work closely with the JWN team to offer a broader range of complementary energy intelligence services, including consulting and customized reporting.
Richard Krijgsman, Evaluate Energy’s founder, said of the partnership: “All of us at Canoils and Evaluate Energy look forward to working with JWN. Together, the two groups will be superbly placed to develop valuable, intelligence-based products and services for the energy industry in Canada and internationally. Meanwhile we will continue to provide matchless levels of data quality and service. I am confident that clients will see clear benefits as a result of today’s announcement.”
Evaluate Energy offers two comprehensive databases: Evaluate Energy itself, which offers deeply detailed insights into major international oil and gas companies, and Canoils (www.canoils.com), which covers hundreds of companies in Canada at a level of granularity unmatched by any other data provider, noted Bill Whitelaw, JWN’s CEO.
“We know this is an industry in which information and the insights it offers matter. What we’re now able to provide our clients is a deeper, richer, information experience that aligns with the way they make important business decisions,” he said.
JWN’s flagship – The Daily Oil Bulletin – already offers a diverse mix of news, analysis and commentary in addition to a range of daily data reports ranging from crown land postings and sales to well activity and commodity pricing. In addition to the Bulletin’s data reports, JWN also offers a broad spectrum of data sets and tools which offer market and competitive insights – including an ever-strengthening platform for the oilsands industry.
The two groups will work together to strengthen the breadth and depth of the services they offer, said Whitelaw.
“Whether people are seeking macro-level perspectives on global activity or very specific insights into company benchmarking, we’re going to be able to meet their needs with customised solutions. Our joint objective is to move ever closer to our customers’ decision-making processes – and help them make the right decisions, at the right time, with the right information.”