Canada

Duvernay Shale

Duvernay Overview: The Duvernay Shale is an emerging oil and liquids-rich formation in the Western Canada Sedimentary Basin that is thought to hold 443 Tcf of natural gas, 11.3 billion bbls of NGLs, and 61.7 billion bbls of oil, according to a report released in November 2012 by the Alberta Geological Survey. Read More

Duvernay Provinces: Alberta Read More

Duvernay Net Acreage Table: A table detailing the net acreage owned by various companies in the Duvernay Shale. View Table

Eastern Canada

Eastern Canada Overview: Alberta & British Columbia dominate oil & gas production in Canada, but the Eastern half of the country is not without its prospects, particularly on the unconventional front. Read More

Eastern Canada Provinces: Quebec, New Brunswick, and Nova Scotia Read More

Horn River

Horn River Overview: There doesn’t seem to be much question about the potential for natural gas out of the Horn River Basin, Liard Basin, and the Cordova Embayment in Northeast British Columbia. Read More

Horn River Provinces: British Columbia Read More

Horn River Net Acreage Table: A table detailing the net acreage owned by various companies in the Horn River basin. View Table

Montney Shale

Montney Overview: The Montney extends from British Columbia into Alberta, and is generally 1700-4000 meters deep. Estimates of gas in place range from 80 to 700 Tcf, according to the National Energy Board of Canada, but the formation is also prospective for oil. Read More

Montney Provinces: Alberta and British Columbia Read More

Montney Net Acreage Table: A table detailing the net acreage owned by various companies in the Montney resource play. View Table