The Nash Books

Location:

P.O. Box 12591OdessaTexas79768United States View Map

Revenue:

$2.4 Million

Employees:

12

Phone:

(432) 528-2248

Fax:

(432) 362-3388
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Description:

The Nash Books are the Quickest Source for Oil & Gas Production Information. They are source publications that provide concise, accurate daily lease and well production information for each operator in every Railroad Commission District throughout Texas. The production data books provide a ready reference for operators, acquisition managers, royalty owners, consultants, banks, tax appraisers, service companies and consultants...a must for every salesman in the oil patch. There are 24 volumes, which separately cover gas production and oil production for each Railroad Commission District. They may be purchased as a complete set or individually. The Nash Books also publishes a Texas Statewide Directory and a four-volume Office Cross Reference Directory. The books are sold on a per book basis, thereby providing the option of purchasing the publication that is needed, but only as often as need demands it - every six months or once a year. Either way, you are ensured accurate, up-to-date information that will increase the efficiency and effectiveness of your business. A subscription service is available for those who would like to receive the books on a regular schedule. The subscription basis entitles the buyer to a 15% discount. The books can be carried in a brief case or vehicle for easy reference. In the acquisition process, some operators use the Nash Books to run quick production checks to determine profitability and potential acquisitions. Some take them to oil and gas property auctions for the same purpose. Still others take the books to help them "package" possible acquisitions. Engineers have used the books to spot production anomalies from lease to lease - to see if a neighboring lease is performing better or worse. If a neighboring lease is performing better, the operator may be doing something he needs to know about. If it's worse, the lease may be a candidate for acquisition and upside potential. Other uses for the production data are to help service companies, gas gathers, and disposal well operators to identify and qualify potential new customers, and for banks, tax appraisers and royalty owners to verify production.

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