The Timoney Group presents a detailed picture of energy production in Colorado, Wyoming, Utah, and Kansas using Google Earth in tandem with large datasets from state and federal agencies. By intelligently linking individual wells and leases to public online databases, the user-friendly Google Earth interface is transformed in to a comprehensive information platform.

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Oil and Gas Wells


Access over 500,000 oil and gas wells with information compiled from state agencies. Each well is linked to detailed information from a state-maintained website.

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Wall Maps


Traditional paper maps provide additional context when imported into Google Earth as digital layers.

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BLM Leases


The Bureau of Land Management is one of the largest managers of federal land in the West. Get information on more than 25,000 active leases in the region.

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What We Do


The Timoney Group helps organizations integrate their in-house information stores (databases, documents, spreadsheets) and make them easily accessible to all users—especially key decision-makers—through visual platforms such as Google Earth.

For organizations that have already made significant investments in GIS infrastructure we've developed a suite of tools that create custom KML streams directly from ArcSDE, Oracle Spatial, and SQL Server without additional licensing burdens.

To those considering upgrading their geospatial capabilities in the most cost-effective manner, we offer our expertise in proven, enterprise-ready open source options such as PostGIS and MapServer that we directly integrate with Google Earth, Virtual Earth, etc.


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Federal Lands & Land Grid


Critical to understanding landuse in the West is the pattern of federal ownership. Supporting locational context is township and section grid from the Public Land Survey System.

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