RARE PETRO

Modernizing the Oil Field

Over 100 years of in-house industry experience alongside in-house programmers and developers. Easy-to-use mobile and progressive web applications geared towards the day-to-day oil professional and operation. Intuitive, useful and cost-effective.

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Our Mission

RarePetro is here to modernize the oilfield by creating modern platforms and leveraging modern technology while also providing consulting and outsourcing services from a network of professionals in the industry-backed with Professional Engineering Licensing.*

*Professional Engineering Licensing in California, Colorado, Oklahoma, Texas & Wyoming

How We Do it

Our company is comprised of young professional software developers and multi-decade field & engineering advisors that provide our firm more than 100 years of in-house oil industry experience. With professional Petroleum Engineering, sales personnel and our working relationship with collegiate Petroleum Engineering faculty and students, we have the skillsets to navigate new challenges a project may present.

We Do It All

By utilizing our years of oilfield industry experience along side our in-house development team, we create powerful, dynamic and easy to use mobile and web applications. Our applications provide the client with intuitive solutions to ease the complexity of every day operations – in the office and in the field. Our goal is to continuously develop and provide intuitive and effective platforms that help with everyday industry activity without being too complicated or expensive.

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Oil Field Engineering

Consulting & Outsourcing Services in: Petroleum Engineering & Oilfield Operations
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Hardware & Software Technology

Client customizable reference tools/tech for field-based and well-site personnel. Plus, we build apps to improve your data capture, operational efficiency and/or sales.
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Oil & Gas News

Rare Petro is committed to keeping the pulse on the latest news surrounding our industries. 

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Business Development

We have the experience and resources to aid you in several business development aspects regarding your operation.

We Can Do It All

Founded in 2015, Rare Petro is designed to be the future of oil and gas technical firms. One of our primary goals is to work toward modernizing the industry by using and leveraging technology to fuel project efficiency. Now is the time to think differently & think efficiently!

We offer mobile app technologies and traditional technical consulting services with a focus on being more cost-effective than other consulting firms. We strive to be the best price vs quality by offering services with active working relationships from a network of seasoned professionals and outsourcing services for data entry through working relationships with College Petroleum Engineering Departments.

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Oil & Gas News Pulse

At RARE Petro we are committed to knowing the industry. Explore our podcast network, one of our weekly periodicals, or monthly basing breakdowns to stay informed.

A Perspective of the Supply Chain Issues – Ports of Long Beach & Los Angeles: Part 1

Header: Ships docked offshore waiting to offload at the Ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach. Credit: Tim Rathmannn In August of this year (2021) the White House announced that John D. Porcari will be the Port Envoy to the Biden-Harris Administration Supply Chain...

Monday Madness: Dec 6 ’21 – Biden Outpaces Trump

The downward (pricing) spiral, secret support for leasing, and the developed world's energy crisis. Other Episodes Audio Transcript Alrighty everyone, welcome back! This is Tavis Kilian with RARE PETRO bringing you another phenomenal episode of Monday Madness on...

OPEC+ Trudges Ahead

OPEC and its allies agreed to stick to their existing policy of monthly oil output increases despite fears that a U.S. release from crude reserves and the new Omicron coronavirus variant would lead to a fresh oil price rout. The decision forced benchmark Brent prices to fall more than $1 after the deal was reported, before recovering some ground to trade around $70 a barrel. It is now well below October’s three-year highs above $86 but still more than 30% up from the start of 2021.

Thirsty Thursday: An Inventory Report (12/2)

Previous Reports Welcome back to the 26th edition of Thirsty Thursday, an inventory report from RARE PETRO! 26 weeks of these reports is a little something special considering that it is half a year of Thirsty Thursdays. Of course, we have to celebrate with a simple...

California Oil Spill – Understanding the Components – Part 2

On October 2nd, 2021, approx. 126,000 gallons (~3000 bbls) of oil leaked from a broken pipeline and entered the Huntington Beach beaches and wetlands in Southern California. The spill emanated from a facility operated by Beta Offshore about 5 miles offshore. The oil...

Monday Madness: Nov ’29 – Hello Blue Monday

The new omicron variant, federal updates, and the SPR dump. Other Episodes Audio Transcript Alrighty ladies and gentlemen, welcome back! This is Tavis Kilian with RARE PETRO bringing you a very thankful episode of Monday Madness. What a nice Thanksgiving holiday....

California Oil Spill – Understanding the Components – Part 1

On October 2nd, 2021, approx. 126,000 gallons (~3000 bbls) of oil leaked from a broken pipeline and entered the Huntington Beach beaches and wetlands in Southern California. The spill emanated from a facility operated by Beta Offshore about 5 miles offshore. The oil...

Monday Madness: Nov ’22 – Asia’s Sweet Tooth

Asian countries heavy on sweet, largest US offshore auction, and Indian air pollution. Other Episodes Audio Transcript Alrighty everyone, welcome back! This is Tavis Kilian with RARE PETRO bringing you another phenomenal episode of Monday Madness on the 22nd of...

Thanksgiving Travel Woes

While the economy may be bouncing back, Thanksgiving travel is not. In its 2021 Annual Thanksgiving Travel Survey, GasBuddy revealed that a mere 32% of Americans plan to travel for Thanksgiving this year, a decline from 35% last year during the pandemic that dwarfed in comparison to some 65% that planned to hit the road for Thanksgiving in 2019. With the national average price of gasoline projected to decline to $3.35 per gallon on Thanksgiving Day, amongst the highest seen in over seven years, there remains a chance that gas prices could potentially beat 2012’s record for most expensive national average ever for the date: $3.44 per gallon.

Thirsty Thursday: An Inventory Report (11/18)

Previous Reports Welcome back to the 25th edition of Thirsty Thursday, an inventory report from RARE PETRO! We are exactly one week out from Thanksgiving and we at RARE PETRO are quite excited. To celebrate, let's make ourselves a seasonal cocktail. We present you the...

The Journey of a Single Drop of Gasoline

Today, gas prices are at their highest since 2014, with the national average for regular grade currently sitting at $3.413 per gallon. But why? Why are we paying so much more than we were just one or two years ago? Why does gasoline cost so much? You can blame it on...

Monday Madness: Nov ’15 – OPEC Falls Short

Failure to meet the quota, high prices, border skirmishes, and Shell's decision to leave Other Episodes Audio Transcript Alrighty everyone, welcome back! This is Tavis Kilian bringing you another fantastic episode of Monday Madness. I recently watched “Pan’s...

Tesla vs Energy

This week, Tesla’s market value surpassed that of the entire energy sector it promises to disrupt. The electric vehicle giant headed by Elon Musk surged a staggering 43% in October, which helped propel its market capitalization to $1.2 trillion, higher than the $1.1 trillion market value of the entire S&P 500’s energy sector. Although Tesla currently has less influence on the index than the energy sector, that conceivably could change if the stock continues to climb.

Thirsty Thursday: An Inventory Report (11/11)

Previous Reports Welcome back to the 24th edition of Thirsty Thursday, an inventory report from RARE PETRO! Firstly, a happy Veterans Day to those who gave their time and effort to this country. Some made the ultimate sacrifice and that is something that will be...

The Oil and Gas Industry’s Giving Spirit

The oil and gas industry is known as a generous one, and its charitable giving should come as no surprise to those who work in it. The charitable donations given by oil and gas companies can take many forms, from scholarship funds to food drives to clothing donations....

The White House Releases a Plan to Reduce Methane Emissions

The White House Office of Domestic Climate Policy has just released its US Methane Emissions Reduction Action Plan, laying out several steps that can be taken to reduce the amount of methane leaked from oil and gas wells and pipelines. Operators, midstream, and...

Monday Madness: Nov ‘8 – Methane Emissions Rules

A deep dive into the newest methane emissions regulations for the industry Other Episodes Audio Transcript Alrighty everyone, welcome back! This is Tavis Kilian with RARE PETRO bringing you a fresh new episode of Monday Madness on November 8th, 2021. We’ve received...

HypoCALIFORNical

After years of restricting the growth of fossil fuel infrastructure, California has increasingly looked to natural gas for power generation this year after drought and wildfires left it with few other options to keep the lights on. The state has a goal of producing all of its electricity from clean sources by 2045, but has faced notable challenges to its electrical grid in recent months. With worldwide energy crunches forcing other countries to ramp up the output of coal and other fossil fuels to maintain power, it is not surprising that California is seeking help from an old foe to keep the peace.

Thirsty Thursday: An Inventory Report (11/4)

Previous Reports Welcome back to the 23rd edition of Thirsty Thursday, an inventory report from RARE PETRO! This week seems to have been flying by, and everyone could use a drink that offers a little pick me up. Get out your mugs and flasks because today we drink the...

US LNG Exports Surge to All-Time Highs

In order to take advantage of growing energy demands from Europe and East Asia, the USA will be shipping significant amounts of liquified natural gas (LNG) tankers the latter part of this year. The country’s LNG exports are set to hit an all-time high, beating out...

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