Oil & Gas

Pin Drop is an innovative mapping and management tool that is revolutionising the way the oil and gas industry manages its pipelines and more.

One of the key features of Pin Drop is its ability to map and track the location of pipelines in real-time. This means that companies in the oil and gas industry can easily and accurately locate their pipelines, and ensure that they are always aware of their whereabouts and condition.

Add information in real-time on the condition of pipelines, including information on corrosion, wear and tear, and other potential issues and share with the rest of the team. This means that maintenance can be scheduled and carried out proactively, rather than reactively, which can save time, money, and resources.

Pin Drop helps us navigate and manage our pipelines with precision and efficiency. It's made such a difference for our teams out in the field
— User in Houston, TX (USA)

Pin Drop is a great addition for anyone working in the oil and gas industry. Get better visibility of your assets, track tasks and much more to create a more streamlined workforce.

Here's just some of the ways people in this industry have been using the app:

  • Exploration and drilling: Oil and gas companies can use pin-dropping to map out potential drilling sites and locations for exploration. By tagging the pins with notes, they can easily keep track of the geological data and information about each site, such as the type of rock formation or the presence of oil or gas.
  • Pipeline management: Oil and gas companies can use pin-dropping to map and manage their pipelines. By tagging the pins with notes, they can quickly see the status of each pipeline and identify any potential issues.
  • Facility management: Oil and gas companies can use pin-dropping to manage their facilities such as refineries, storage tanks, and pumping stations. By tagging the pins with notes, they can quickly see the status of each facility and identify any potential issues.
  • Environmental monitoring: Oil and gas companies can use pin-dropping to map and monitor the environmental impact of their operations. By tagging the pins with notes, they can easily keep track of the location of spills or leaks, and also identify any potential impact on wildlife or sensitive areas.
  • Emergency response: Oil and gas companies can use pin-dropping to map out and plan for emergency response scenarios. By tagging the pins with notes, they can quickly see the location of emergency equipment, the nearest hospitals and also identify potential evacuation routes.