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Duvernay Regional Oil and Gas Players map - Alberta
Duvernay Regional Oil and Gas Players map - Alberta. This Regional Players map covers both the East and West Duvernay Basins in Alberta. It extends from Township 36-81 Range 8 W4 to Range 13 W6. It includes current Duvernay Disposed Subsurface Crown Land


 
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Duvernay Regional Oil and Gas Players map - Alberta. This Regional Players map covers both the East and West Duvernay Basins in Alberta. It extends from Township 36-81 Range 8 W4 to Range 13 W6. It includes current Duvernay Disposed Subsurface Crown Land Leases within and intersecting the Duvernay Formation. This includes all subsurface rights in the Woodbend Group. Crown Land is colour coded and labelled with the lease holders for companies with more than 2 Townships of holdings. Tier 2 companies with 36 to 72 sections are all represented in the same color. All Broker Held leases are posted in one colour. Also included are the upcoming Land Sale Postings, and the extent of the Duvernay Basin.

The township grid, lakes and rivers, places, parks and native reserves, Wells (wells drilled in the Duvernay FM since 2008); major Pipeline systems – proposed and existing, AER Play Based Regulation Area, Gas Plants, Refineries, Wells, primary roads and railroads. This map is a great planning tool for a basin that is positioned to be the next big play in Canada.

There is an inset that shows where the play is positioned in Alberta. The Duvernay phases are identified as predominantly oil, gas, condensate or immature.

According to the Alberta Geological Survey, this prolific oil and liquids basin is thought to hold 443 TCF of natural gas, 11.3 billion barrels of NGLs, and 61.7 billion barrels of oil.

Places shown on the map include Airdrie, Athabasca, Camrose, Drayton Valley, Drumheller, Edmonton, Edson, Grande Cache, Grande Prairie, Hinton, Olds, Peace River, Ponoka, Red Deer, Rocky Mountain House, Slave Lake, Stettler, Sundre, Swan Hills, Valleyview and Wetaskiwin.