Western Canada Resource Plays: The Phoenix Awaits

Presented June 2016 at the AAPG Annual Convention & Exhibition
Meridee Fockler
Ben McKenzie
Monday, June 20, 2016
This presentation provides a geoscientific and well completions overview of recent resource play activity, results and trends. Canadian Discovery continuously analyzes western Canada resource plays and despite the crash in oil and gas prices, several plays, including the Montney, Spirit River and Viking, remain active – albeit at much lower numbers. Download the handout to get a copy of the infographic included in the presentation.

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