Profitability Variation in Viking Oil Plays

Published March 2018 in the Discovery Digest
Michele Innes
Friday, April 27, 2018
The profitability of Viking oil plays is compared using the Sproule Play Metrics module in Canadian Discovery’s Catalyst Play Evaluation Platform, which provides an integrated dataset for evaluating plays across the basin.

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