Gas

Dodsland Drilling Dominates Viking Development
The Viking Formation continued to reward cost-efficient operators employing the latest horizontal drilling and completions technology.
Feature Article
January 30, 2019
A Bear and a Deer Walked into a Sandbar Together…
2018 saw the development of a new play in the Dunvegan–Doe Creek zones with private junior Grizzly Resources aggressively drilling the Doe Creek Member at Valhalla/Progress.
Exploration Review
January 30, 2019
Pushing the Limits
Montney and Duvernay operators set new records for highest proppant tonnage, number of stages, and longest lateral in Western Canada to date.
Feature Article
January 23, 2019
A Steady Performer Carries On
Madison Group development in 2018 kept up a strong pace through Vermilion’s acquisition of Spartan, 2017’s most active operator, and a change of focus for Crescent Point.
Feature Article
January 23, 2019
A Good Year for Liquids
Pembina once again hosted the majority of Cardium wells in 2018, but drilling beyond the heartland returned some high-rate producers.
Feature Article
January 23, 2019
Wells on Production April 1 to June 30, 2018
The Montney and McMurray were the most prolific zones in Q2 2018. The Montney Distal Shelf South was the top play by three-month cumulative production. The top operators were Encana...
E&P Analysis
January 23, 2019
Spooky Entanglement, but Not of the Quantum Kind
Development of the mature Bakken and Torquay plays in southeastern SK progressed with infill drilling and waterfloods. Activity was down in the Exshaw play in southern AB.
Feature Article
January 23, 2019
A Tale of Two Zones
The Duvernay and Montney attracted the top land dollars in 2018.
Feature Article
January 16, 2019
Wells Spudded November 1 to November 30, 2018
Drilling activity in November 2018 was markedly lower than in October. The Viking was the most targeted zone, while Husky was the most active operator.
E&P Analysis
January 16, 2019
The Spirit Was Willing, but the Prices Were Weak
The Spirit River of the Deep Basin continued to perform well in 2018, producing both gas and condensate and continuing its reign as one of the most productive intervals in Western Canada on...
Feature Article
January 16, 2019

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