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SASKATCHEWAN

Petroleum
The start of major commercial development of Saskatchewan oil turned the province into significant oil-producing region by the end of 1950’s. Saskatchewan has approximately a quarter of the ultimately recoverable conventional oil resources. Significant petroleum volumes are produced from four major regions: Lloydminster, Kindersley-Kerrobert, Swift Current, and Weyburn-Estevan.  The number of oil producers in the region fluctuates from 85 to 120, as the result of constant mergers and acquisitions. Over 1,531 horizontal wells were drilled in the south east.

Natural Gas
Saskatchewan is less important as a producer of natural gas. Most of the production takes place in the Swift Current region. The earliest exploration in Saskatchewan can be traced back to an unsuccessful effort to drill for natural gas in the 1880s in the Belle Plaine area near Regina. Saskatchewan has less than 5% of ultimately recoverable natural gas resources.

Saskatchewan Geological Survey Report 2016

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Geoscape Southern Saskatchewan

 

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Saskatchewan Oil and Gas Well Drilling

 

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Wells Drilled in 2014 on production

 

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Light, Medium and Heavy Crude
production in Saskatchewan

 

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Viking Oil and Gas Wells

 

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