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An increasing number of companies in the midstream industry are turning to the geoAMPS solution. At an upcoming event, oil and natural gas industry representatives will have the opportunity to learn why geoAMPS is rapidly becoming the software standard for the midstream industry.
The Ohio Oil and Gas Association (OOGA) Winter Meeting is scheduled for March 5-7 at the Hilton Columbus at Easton. geoAMPS plans to be there as OOGA, for the 67th year, hosts top industry leaders from Ohio and across the nation to present the most up-to-date report on the oil and gas industry.
The Winter Meeting is the principle business meeting of the Association and the premier networking event of the year.
“geoAMPS welcomes the opportunity to attend this important meeting of leaders of the nation’s energy industry,” Yogesh Khandelwal, President and Chief Executive Officer of geoAMPS, said. “geoAMPS already is the go-to software for the land rights industry, but is now emerging as the software solution for the midstream industry.”
Over the course of three days, the Winter Meeting will feature a number of special events, business sessions and a trade show. In addition, industry leaders will give talks on the current state of the oil and gas industry. Approximately 80 businesses and organizations are participating in the trade show.
geoAMPS’ clients include companies that are leaders in the oil and gas industry. A technology company based in the Columbus, OH, area, geoAMPS specializes in software solutions to manage land rights and infrastructure assets. The company has developed a suite of industry-specific software products and configures those products to meet each client’s specific needs.
geoAMPS software products are designed with efficiency in mind. Current geoAMPS clients have reported an average 35 percent increase in project and organizational process efficiencies over traditional systems.
geoAMPS users benefit from a centralized repository of information that gives flexibility to work across various departments by leveraging geoAMPS’ web database, detached platform and mobile applications, creating a best-in-class single solution for oil and natural gas projects.
geoAMPS’ software products include landAMPS, which gives oil and gas exploration companies the ability to manage critical information on all land assets, including mineral depth ownership, leases, production units, volumes and royalty payments.
rowAMPS is another software product that meets the needs of the oil and gas industry. rowAMPS assists in the management of right of way projects, even long linear projects necessary for pipeline development, through planning, acquisition, maintenance and dispositions. The software automates tracking of right of way activities and provides real-time updates on workflows and progress.
Another critical service geoAMPS provides is the geographical information system (GIS)mapping viewer through gisAMPS. This powerful and intuitive product provides geospatial visualization of land asset data within a project area. Companies can pinpoint and address issues related to the planned pipeline and even work on new routes if necessary.
Only 10 of geoAMPS’ clients, including midstream companies, have utilized the software for 3,700 projects in only three years.
With geoAMPS software comes the capability to automate much the process of meeting ongoing payments associated with the operation of an oil and gas project. The software includes lease management, automatic reminders, payment tracker and scheduler capabilities. The software automates development, construction, royalty and other types of payments based on complex calculations and varied schedules.
geoAMPS clients are finding the software to be an effective way to streamline ongoing payments and an improvement over traditional systems, such as paper records and spreadsheets.
More than $1.1 billion in payments have been processed by geoAMPS clients in only three years. The Oil and Gas Association will induct 12 new honorees into its Hall of Fame, joining the ranks of 125 current members. The Hall of Fame was established in 1987 to recognize and honor its long-term veterans in the industry.
Dan Liggett is Communications and Public Relations Manager of geoAMPS, a technology company in the Columbus, OH, area that specializes in software solutions to manage land rights and infrastructure assets. For more information, call 614-389-4871 or visitwww.geoamps.com.