Texas-based Drillinginfo, a company that has provided oil and gas operators with data and analytical services over the past 20 years, has changed its name to Enverus to reflect its broadened focus.
This week, the company announced the name change and its hope to use partnerships and collaborations to serve all energy producers with its products.
Officials said the name Enverus reflects the company’s past, present, future and overall philosophies.
“En,” they said, represents the services it offers to the energy industry, while “ver” represents the clarity and truth those services provide. The “us,” they said, represents the work the company hopes to accomplish through ongoing and future partnerships and collaborations that aids people and humanity.
Officials said Enverus will now be composed of three business units — Enverus Drillinginfo, Enverus Trading & Risk and Enverus Business Automation.
Brad McPherson, Enverus’ director of Oklahoma operations, said Friday the name change in part reflects services the company recently has added that help its clients keep financial track of leasing and royalty data, handle invoicing, and become informed of predicted meteorological changes that could affect power production and the availability of energy on the nation’s grids.
However, he emphasized Enverus remains deeply committed to continuing to provide the oil and gas related drilling data that it has delivered for decades to Oklahoma producers and other businesses that either disseminate or otherwise use that information.
“We are more committed than we ever have been to bring our clients in Oklahoma the same top-level products involving the oil and gas industry that we always have,” McPherson said.