Oil and gas prospects of the northwest provinces of Canada

by Wyatt Malcolm

Publisher: Government Printing Bureau in Ottawa

Written in English
Published: Pages: 99 Downloads: 360
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  • Canada.

Subjects:

  • Petroleum -- Canada.,
  • Natural gas -- Canada.

Edition Notes

Statementby Wyatt Malcolm.
SeriesCanada. Geological Survey. Memoir no.29-E, Memoir (Geological Survey of Canada) ;, 29
Classifications
LC ClassificationsQE185 .A2
The Physical Object
Paginationvi, 99 p.
Number of Pages99
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL251536M
LC Control Numbergs 13000768
OCLC/WorldCa2487206

  Canadian energy companies continue to believe that the long-term solution to Canada’s oil industry’s woes is the construction of major new pipelines to increase market access, and potentially.   The oil and gas industry in Canada, as in other regions, is generally divided into three main segments: upstream, midstream, and downstream. Upstream . Lone Pine Resources is an independent oil and gas exploration, development and production company with operations in Canada. Co.'s reserves, producing properties and exploration prospects are located in the provinces of Alberta, British Columbia and Quebec and the Northwest Territories. As of Dec 31 , Co.'s proved reserves were. Assigned estimates of the find (so far unproved) are up to billion barrels of oil and trillion cubic feet of natural gas. However, because of their depth, oil deposits may be capped with a layer of gas. If so, Gustavson calculates the potential to be billion barrels of light oil and up to 15 trillion cubic feet of natural gas.

  CO 2-EOR projects now produce about × 10 6 bbls/day in USA, accounting for % of total USA oil and gas production, compared to just × 10 6 bbls/day in And approximately 50 million metric tons of CO 2 is used each year for EOR in USA [39, 40]. CSEOR or CSEGR has been assessed and applied for several oil and gas fields across. In Alberta, Canada’s top oil and gas producer, Hughes notes, oil royalty revenues fell from 80 percent of the total provincial revenues in to percent in Over the same period. Defendant Lone Pine is an independent oil and gas exploration, development, and production company with operations in Canada within the provinces of Alberta, British Columbia, Quebec, and the Northwest Territories. The Company is incorporated under the laws of the State of Delaware and was a wholly-owned subsidiary of Forest Oil Corporation at the. It has a population of o people. However, its coal, oil, and gas industries have contributed to a strong economy and an average household income of $, Moose Jaw: With a population of 35,, Moose Jaw is Saskatchewan’s fourth-largest city. The city itself is a strong industrial center and the outskirts of the city are rich in.

The B.C. budget claims the province is making money from shale gas. But last month The Tyee showed the province is pouring more cash into the industry than it is getting back. In fact the only time the B.C. government made any money from shale gas was during a land lease boom nearly a dozen years ago. Ever since then, revenues have dwindled to next to nothing due to low. With this MSc Oil and Gas programme you will gain a practice-focused approach leading to employability prospects in the oil and gas industry.

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Oil and gas prospects of the northwest provinces of Canada. Ottawa, Government Printing Bureau, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Wyatt Malcolm. Canadian oil and gas data is produced annually by the Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers in the voluminous 'Statistical Handbook for Canada’s Upstream Petroleum Industry.' Two charts are of particular note: Table e ('Total Canadian Liquid Hydrocarbon Production - By Province') and Table b ('Canadian Natural Gas Production - By Province').

Oil and Gas Provinces Go Conservative as Canada Goes Liberal Scott Tibballs - October 22nd, The Conservatives have swept the oil-rich provinces of Alberta and Saskatchewan, with the rest of. Source: International Energy Agency *Includes crude oil, natural gas liquids (NGLs), additives, and other hydrocarbons (including the receipts of additives).

The majority of Canada’s oil is produced in three provinces. Alberta, Saskatchewan, and Newfoundland and Labrador account for over 96% of oil production in Canada. Energy Production Crude Oil. Canada produced million barrels per day (MMb/d) of crude oil inan increase of 61% from (Figure 1).This ranked Canada as the 4 th largest oil producer in the world.; Canadian production is centered in western Canada, which accounted for 95% of total production in The remaining 5% was produced mostly in Newfoundland and Labrador.

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natural gas imports, most of which come from western provinces. Although the United States is a net importer of natural gas from Canada, it exported more than Bcf of natural gas to Canada ina dramatic increase from less than Bcf in Canada’s competitive advantages over the US Gulf Coast include lower-priced gas and a shorter shipping distance to Asia.

Multiple options for moving oil. Despite the cancellation of the MMB/d Energy East pipeline project inthere are still plenty of options for transporting oil from Canada.

Petroleum production in Canada is a major industry which is important to the economy of North America. Canada has the third largest oil reserves in the world and is the world's fourth largest oil producer and fourth largest oil it produced an average ofcubic metres per day ( Mbbl/d) of crude oil and equivalent.

Of that amount, 64% was upgraded and non-upgraded. In the late s, both gas and oil/petroleum were being piped to Central and Eastern Canada, where they had to compete with the oil being imported from the Middle East and elsewhere. Inthe federal government drew the “Borden Line” along the Ottawa River to create two oil markets in Canada, and oil in the market west of the Borden.

CANADA’S OIL AND GAS INDUSTRY Canada’s oil and gas industry is important to the nation’s economic well-being. Inexploration and production in this industry were ongoing in 12 of Canada’s 13 provinces and territories.1 Inthe industry contributed approximately $17 billion in taxes.

The Northwest Territories (NWT) has vast undeveloped oil and gas reserves. It is estimated that the NWT could hold as much as 37 percent of Canada’s marketable light crude oil resources and 35 percent of its marketable natural gas resources.

The Department of Industry, Tourism and Investment (ITI) is responsible for the administration of onshore oil and gas interests in the. crucial to the viability of an oil and gas project.

Too high a tax burden can make a project uneconomic, even though the project has excellent oil and gas prospects otherwise. Canada’s system of government consists of a federal government and 10 provincial governments, as well as three territories under the federal government’s jurisdiction.

Over the past decade, the oil and gas sector has been a key driver of Western Canada's economy. However, low energy prices have proved challenging for the industry over the past two years. Inemployment in the sector fell % across the western provinces, as lower drilling activity resulted in heavy job losses in the oil and gas.

Oil and gas prospects grow as latest assessment drives interest in N.L. offshore The latest independent assessment of Newfoundland and Labrador's offshore has identified huge new prospects for oil.

Key facts. Globally, Canada is the fourth largest producer and sixth largest exporter of natural gas; Canadian marketable resources of natural gas can sustain current production levels for up to years; Canadian and U.S. natural gas markets are highly integrated, with. A new study shows that the total number of companies producing oil and gas in Western Canada has fallen by per cent in the four years since global oil.

The province’s diverse resource portfolio includes natural gas, conventional oil, coal, minerals and the famous Alberta oil sands.

Alberta is Canada’s energy province. We are home to one of the world’s largest unconventional oil deposits, the oil sands, and we have the third largest oil reserves in the world. I have worked in the oil and gas industry as a Geologist since During that time my projects and employment have extended across the four Western Provinces, Ontario, the Northwest Territories, Libya and Australia.

I have a BSc Hons in Geology from Western University. Canada is fortunate to have crude oil and natural gas resources under parts of every province and territory – and off each of our eastern, western and northern coasts. Canada’s largest source of oil and gas is the Western Canada Sedimentary Basin (WCSB), which covers.

Get this from a library. Oil and natural gas resources of Canada, [Canada. Department of Energy, Mines and Resources.] -- Companion volume to 'Oil sands and heavy oils: the prospects'. Estimates oil and natural gas resources by region including the arctic islands.

Acroll Oil & Gas Ltd. - The name of Acroll Oil & Gas was changed to Acroll Petroleums December It amalgamated with Trans-Canada Resources Ltd.

under the latter name. Top. Aerolite Oil Corporation Limited - circa Aerolite was incorporated under the laws of the Dominion of Canada. The Northwest Territories Strikes Oil and Changes Energy Prospects This year, something incredible happened and the planets appear to be lining up for the Northwest Territories.

National Oil and Gas Assessment Methodology. The U.S. Geological Survey Energy Resources Program assesses the potential for undiscovered oil and gas resources in priority geologic provinces in the United States and around the world.

The regimes applicable to Canadian Federal lands are also described. Descriptions are provided for each resource commodity: oil sands, crude oil, and natural gas (including coalbed methane and shale gas) and natural gas by-products.

Compare salaries and apply for all the oil and gas jobs in canada. Skip to content. Filters. Minimum Pay. $40, $60, $80, $, 41 $, 9. Distance. Exact location only Within 25 km Within 50 km Within 75 km Within km. Location. Figure 1. Canada's Gas Production to showing the four main phases in the development of the industry: 1.

Gas a Local Commodity, 2. Gas pipelines built to export gas to Eastern Canada and USA, 3. Production constrained by regulation and lack of pipeline capacity, 4. De-regulated industry (Data adapted from CAPP and other sources). The energy mix used by Canada, and the world, will continue to evolve to include more renewable sources of electricity.

However, renewables such as hydro, wind, solar and geothermal are not alternatives for all oil and gas uses and ore, oil and gas will continue to play an important role in Canada as well as around the world as global population grows and energy demand. Justice Berger listened and, aware that the energy minister of the day claimed Canada contained enough oil to last years and gas for years, decided there was no need to hurry.

Canada. Extensive drilling was done in the Canadian Arctic during the s and s by such companies as Panarctic Oils Ltd., Petro Canada and Dome wells were drilled at billions of dollars of cost, approximately billion barrels ( × 10 ^ 6 m 3) of oil and trillion cubic feet ( × 10 ^ 9 m 3) of natural gas were found.

These discoveries were insufficient. Oil prices soared and adventurers flooded into the province in a frenzied hunt to strike it rich. Ina worldwide oil crisis ushered in an Alberta oil boom. (Canada Science and Technology.Oil and gas jobs in Canada.

Our ability to make expert connections within the major oil and gas hubs allow us to offer recruitment services globally. Having a base in Calgary has provided us with a direct understanding of the job market in Canada and allows the staff throughout Petroplan to better appreciate the country’s energy industry.Western Provinces Oil Company Limited was incorporated under the Laws of the Dominion of Canada, dated 19th May The Financial Post Survey of Oils for says that the company was headquartered in Saskatoon, was federally incorporated, C.

G. Locke was the Secretary and that they were in the midst of drilling their first well.