Wood Mackenzie Lens Upstream
How can our integrated data-analytics platform work for you?
Wood Mackenzie Lens is a search and screening solution that enables you to quickly discover all aspects of our upstream dataset. With our integrated, simple-to-use interface, you can explore, interrogate, value and easily share information with your colleagues.
Discover, model and value our comprehensive global upstream data to find the answers you need to optimise resources, maximise value, minimise risk, and remain resilient. Make confident strategic decisions across your portfolio by rapidly testing hypotheses to assess risk vs reward.
Want to know more about Wood Mackenzie Lens and understand how it could work for you? We have collated a series of videos and insights to show you some of the key functionality, capabilities and powerful analysis from Lens.
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Upstream Portfolio Analysis
Make informed capital allocation decisions to drive portfolio performance, including M&A and divestment ideas. With Lens, you can identify and evaluate potential asset or company acquisition targets at speed and on-the-fly.
Compare and analyse peer groups and individual company's corporate performance, growth potential, risk level, and other financial factors with better accuracy and confidence.
Upstream Asset Evaluation
See how quickly you can value multiple assets and understand the impacts of different oil price scenarios. Use Lens to gain a clear view of production, value, and costs at a field, country, and regional level.
Watch Lens in action
Now more than ever, understanding and benchmarking your peer group fast to make the first move is a key success factor to outperform the competition. Watch some of our workflow videos to see just how quick and easy Lens is to use and how it could help you make strategic decisions faster than ever before.
Exploring the deepwater advantage
Deepwater will play an important role in the oil and gas industry’s pivot to the advantaged resources essential for success through the energy transition. And this year marks a step-change in deepwater field performance, with advantages that span both economics and carbon emissions.
Decarbonising the upstream industry
In the face of the energy transition, upstream companies are under severe pressure to decarbonise. A situation that is only likely to intensify. Companies need to take note, set out their strategy and act so as to future-proof their business and keep hold of their social licence to operate.
How to scale up carbon capture and storage
Industrialising a nascent technology that’s critical for net zero targets
What lies beneath: why Middle East upstream resources are so advantaged
With future oil and gas demand highly uncertain, advantaged resources with the lowest costs, lowest carbon emissions and best economics stand the greatest chance of being commercialised. The Middle East won the geological lottery, but how does it fare on other fronts?
Can the Caspian region still compete for upstream capital?
The Caspian region risks facing an upstream investment crisis in the 2020s that could shape the strength of hydrocarbon-dependent economies like Azerbaijan and Kazakhstan for decades to come. To avoid an investment cliff edge, future projects must be made lower risk, lower cost and lower carbon
Upstream’s biggest challenge
Maximising value through the energy transition is a huge challenge for upstream. The Edge this week asks: how will strategies change? Is consolidation inevitable? And can the industry become more sustainable?
Asia’s frozen upstream M&A sector begins to thaw
Global upstream M&A is bouncing back. The recent increase in asset acquisitions saw North American deal flow hit its highest level since 2019, while across the rest of the world M&A activity is showing signs of a gradual – if uneven - recovery from the abyss of 2020.
Emissions Benchmarking Tool
Inform strategic decisions regarding emissions risk management via competitive benchmarking, portfolio analysis and economic impact assessment.