Western Canada Resource Plays: The Slightly Smaller Fruit!

Presented March 2016 at GeoConvention
Ben McKenzie
Meridee Fockler
Wednesday, March 9, 2016
A geoscientific and well completions overview of recent resource play activity, results and trends. High-activity plays such as the Montney, Spirit River and Viking (the lower-hanging fruit) are covered with several smaller plays discussed in more detail – still tasty, just smaller!

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