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OpenOil is pleased to announce what we believe is the first open API applied to oil extraction rights around the world: the 20,000 “blocks”, “fields” and “concession areas” (we'll get into naming problems a little lower down) from some 69 countries involving some 2,142 unique corporate structures as operators and contractors. We hope this Application Programming Interface is a significant step towards a formal, open data standard around extraction rights. So what exactly is an API and why do I care?