P2 Energy Solutions offers online access to Tobin Map Data

Tobin Map Data, a provider of oil and gas map data for the exploration and production industry, is now available online as part of P2 Energy Solutions’ Tobin All Access subscription service. Tobin Online delivers enterprise-wide map data through an internet-based portal, navigable through common browsers such as Microsoft’s Internet Explorer, Mozilla’s Firefox, Google’s Chrome, and Apple’s Safari.

A P2 spokesman says that Tobin Online is easy to browse and operate, even for those with little or no GIS expertise.

Tobin Online users can access map data directly from P2 Energy Solutions’ servers, ensuring the data is the latest available. GIS technicians and geologists can also access Tobin Online as a web map service from within the common tools they use on a daily basis, such as ESRI’s ArcGIS for desktop.

“Tobin Online is driven by our goal to provide flexible solutions for the oil and gas industry’s evolving needs,” said Eric Thurston, senior vice president of operations for P2. “Too often Tobin data stays within the GIS department, but we believe in order to gain the full value from Tobin, every department should be able to view, understand, and use the data.”

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