Western Canada Oil and Gas Plays: Then and Now

Presented November 2016 at Canadian Discovery
Meridee Fockler
Thursday, November 10, 2016
Crown land sale activity, completions metrics and production metrics for 2014 (pre-price collapse) and 2016 (still in the collapse) will be compared, followed by a round-up of activity in the most significant plays in the Basin.

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