Enerdeq for IHS content

IHS Energy is rolling out a new web services based data delivery system and parent company Information Handling Services is going public.

Unveiled at the ESRI PUG, IHS Energy’s new Enerdeq data delivery system offers web services-based access to the company’s information services. Enerdeq provides a single view across all of IHS Energy’s data sets and ‘accelerates the data-to-decision cycle through a variety of access methods.’


Enerdeq, which evolved from a previous Arc IMS-based ‘Lonetree’ project initiative, uses the emerging W3C web services architecture including XML/SOAP (see our report from the ESRI PUG on pages 6&7 of this issue). The Enerdeq web browser uses a map interface, text-based query, or a combination of both to produce listings, create reports or graphs or export data.

IHS goes public

Last month, IHS Energy’s parent company, Information Handling Services of Englewood, CO filed a registration statement with the Securities and Exchange Commission relating an initial public offering (IPO) of ‘up to’ $350 million of its Class A common stock. The shares are being offered by IHS and certain of its stockholders. The IPO is being managed by Goldman Sachs and Citibank.

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