A better way to make oil and gas business decisions

Energy Navigator specializes in capital and reserve asset management software for the oil and gas industry. Our software, expertise and support provide a better way for our clients to meet their business goals.


Automate your AFE process and improve capital cost management.


Fast and accurate forecasting, reporting and reserves management.


Expert technical support, training, 24/7 support site and an online user forum.


From the Blog

Using the SEC’s “Reliable Technology” concept for Buy/Sell Transactions

Examining what the concept of a “Reliable Technology” as defined in the SEC’s “Modernized” regulations means for those in the Acquisition & Divestiture world and how they can use it.

The Most Common Errors Used to Create Type Wells

Studies have shown that the most common method for creating type wells for use in forecasting wells consistently leads to the overestimation of reserves. It’s time to look at these common errors inherent in the standard way of doing type wells and learn how to avoid them.

Attain Accurate Developed, Proved and Possible Deterministic Reserves with SEDA

Demonstrating how evaluators can overcome the deficiencies of deterministic reserves evaluation and improve the accuracy of their reserves reporting through a new method of Statistically Enhanced Decline Analysis (SEDA).


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The latest news and announcements from Energy Navigator.

We're presenting two full-day workshops on type well construction and the application of type well results to property evaluation and reserves estimation in Calgary and The Woodlands, TX in May.


Energy Navigator donations this holiday season contributed more than CDN$21,000 to charitable organizations in Calgary, Houston, and Denver.


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SPRE 2017 Reserves and Resources Series, July 6

June 12, 2017

Registration is now open for Dr. John Lee's latest session in Houston on "Reserves Regulations Update: SEC and PRMS". This session is hosted by the Society of Petroleum Resources Economists (SPRE).