How the heck am I supposed to find a well if I put in the well number and it tells me no location found. It never fails. This happens every time. I know this well number is correct and in the right lease and county so what's the deal?
Needs to be current with Google maps. Shows the Wells pin point but no lease roads. That's very important. With so much private property, hate to take a "no oil field traffic" road.
Oil patch pro after playing with this app.it is getting easier to use,alittle hang ups here and there,but CHRIS is willing to help in anyway he can for this app.to run smoother,thanks for the help,something new takes time to get use to,it works better with me learning and getting the bugs worked out from the app. founder "4 stars".
At first I had some isses but after the staff personally contacted me and helped me figure out what I was doing wrong I love it! Thanks guys great app for the Permian basin for sure
Update Need to keep your google maps updated they are at least 2 yrs out. Where I live in ND way out dated.
It works well The only reason i knocked a star is because it can be a pain trying to find wells with it sometimes. But it still get good stars since our rep actually takes time to help us.. that said less info is sometimes better when looking for wells, and try different ways such as no space double space ect. I generally will start by just using the company and well name then adjust from there taking away company or adding numbers
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