Condensate

New Completions Data for July 2019
ConocoPhillips and Encana pumped record-breaking proppant tonnages in the Montney and Duvernay. Operators are trending toward tighter perforation cluster spacing with more clusters per...
E&P Analysis
August 15, 2019
Brazeau River–Pembina, AB
The Late Devonian Duvernay Formation is prospective for a group of August 28, 2019 Alberta land sale postings in the south-central part of the province.
Digest Spark
July 30, 2019
Karr–Ante Creek North, AB
One of 2019’s largest contiguous group of postings to date is on offer at the July 3 Alberta Crown Land Sale between Karr and Ante Creek North. While the subject area is prospective for...
Digest Spark
June 6, 2019
Lily, BC–Resthaven, AB
Recent development in the Lower and Lower Middle Montney indicates that these zones yield liquids production similar to the Upper and Upper Middle Montney in some areas, but differ...
Digest Spark
June 4, 2019
Lily, BC–Resthaven, AB
Development of the lower portion of the Montney has lagged behind Upper and Upper Middle Montney drilling, but some operators are giving it more consideration.
Digest Spark
April 23, 2019
Tower, BC/Pipestone, AB
Encana is using its cube development technique to boost operational efficiency and production performance in the Montney. Two cubes at Tower and Pipestone are analyzed to showcase...
Technology Update
April 9, 2019
Greater Kaybob Completions Analysis
Duvernay operators are trending toward less expensive proppants and fluids while testing the lower limits of perforation cluster spacing.
Feature Article
March 20, 2019
Willesden Green, AB
An industry example from the Spirit River at Willesden Green is used to demonstrate how gas-liquid volume conversions in public production data mask the true make-up of a well’s...
Digest Spark
March 13, 2019
Western Canada
Condensate volumes are under-reported while gas volumes are over-reported in public well data. Well productivity in terms of BOE is under-reported when field condensate is reported as a gas...
Digest Spark
March 13, 2019
2/5-27-68-7W6 Montney Gas
The longest Canadian well drilled to-date is a high-rate Montney producer in the south-central portion of NuVista’s Gold Creek play, where development is still relatively light.
Significant Well
March 6, 2019

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