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

Elements of an Accurate Production Forecast

Examining some of the findings of recent work done in the field of decline curve analysis that show the elements needed for accurate forecasting.

Quick Link: Free Val Nav Software for Unemployed Oil & Gas Professionals

Want to brush up your skills and boost your resume during the downturn? Request your free temporary license of Val Nav here.

Optimizing Your AFE Process for Efficiency and Cost Saving

The most competitive oil and gas companies are using software technology to eliminate waste, identify areas of efficiencies and undertake best practices to better control costs and manage capital expenditures.


Keep up to date

The latest news and announcements from Energy Navigator.

Announcing the release of Val Nav 2016, featuring increased data management capabilities to bring users unprecedented efficiency in their workflows and more confidence in their data.


We're pleased to announce the appointment of Mr. Rod Sidle as Industry Advisor – Reserves Management. Mr. Sidle brings to Energy Navigator and its clients vast experience in U.S. and international reservoir engineering and economics with a focus on reserves estimation.


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Whether it’s for webinars or networking, we’re glad to see you.

Unconventional Resources Technology Conferences (URTeC), August 1-3

July 22, 2016

Energy Navigator is pleased to be a Sapphire Sponsor of the 2016 Unconventional Resources Technology Conferences (URTeC) and invite attendees to join us at Booth 239 to discuss our solutions and various unconventional topics with SPE Distinguished Lecturers Randy Freebon and Rod Sidle.