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          Most information will get updated yearly, but the time will depend on when the information gets released from source providers.

          Some datasets may only get updated every couple years since the data isn’t as consistently gathered, but will be updated upon availability of data.

Yes! You can export producer data, drivetime analysis and demographic information. If you would like more access to the data, we offer an Enterprise Solution.

You must have the “Aggregates Symbolized by Production” layer (bubble layer) turned on. You can then use the search tool in the bottom right corner of the page to search for controller, operator, parent company, product category and if there appears to be rail or barge loadout.

Select your desired basemap by clicking the ‘Basemap’ icon located on the right side of the map. Once you’ve chosen a basemap, the map will automatically update to display your selection.

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Mineralocity is built for simple comparisons and reference information to producers. Detailed information such as estimated production is not included within the Mineralocity platform. If you would like access to more information regarding production and market information, you can gain access by upgrading to the Mineralocity Aggregates subscription plan.

 The circles give context into the overall size of the producers. The diameter of the circle is relative to the estimated production. More information regarding production information can be found on the Mineralocity Aggregates platform.

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Proprietary Burgex models and market information have been used with this data to generate a preliminary market potential and technical feasibility score. This information has been compiled and scored with the intent of providing clear and actionable visibility to the client for the purpose of helping guide decisions regarding pursuing further potential exploration and development of the subject site but is in no way a guarantee expressed or implied of future performance. A general recommended interpretation of the scoring system is as follows: ‘A’ grade sites have excellent potential for exploration and development based on the preliminary assessment, ‘B’ grade sites have great potential for exploration and development, ‘C’ sites have some potential for exploration and development, but some market or technical feasibility considerations may need to be made, ‘D’ and lower sites are not recommended for further exploration and development based on preliminary assessment.

It is a heatmap display based on the clustering or density of producers present, not based on their production. The heatmap visual will change as you zoom-in to show more narrow clustering for up close visual analysis.

Given the extensive data in this layer, you’ll need to zoom in closely to your specific area of interest. Once you’ve zoomed in sufficiently, the parcel data will appear on your screen.

On the right side of the Mineralocity Aggregate page, there is a filtering tab. Enter the parcel acreage size that you are interested in and toggle the filter on to search.

Parcel data is provided by county and each county has its own unique recording system. Therefor not all information captured is uniform.

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