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SHALE GAS MAP — SEPTEMBER 2011

SHALE GAS MAP 2011

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MANNING CANYON

New York City

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Kansas City

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Whitehorse

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BEND

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Onshore Lower-48 Oil and Gas Supply Submodule region Shale Play

Shale gas resources (trillion ft3)

Shale oil resources (bbls)

Northeast Antrim

Prince George

20

n/a

Big Sandy

7

n/a

Cincinnati Arch

1

n/a

14

n/a

8

n/a

Devonian Low Thermal Maturity Greater Sittstone Marcellus

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Vancouver

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Calgary

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New Albany Subtotal

472

n/a

Percent of total

63%

n/a

National Capital

Fayetteville

Provincial Capital

Woodford

22

n/a

Subtotal

60

n/a

Percent of total

8%

n/a

21

3

4

n/a

75

n/a

Subtotal

100

3

Percent of total

13%

14%

Cana Woodford

St. John’s

Floyd-Neal & Conasauga

Regina

Avalon & Bone Springs

HORTON BLUFF

n/a

2

43

n/a

Barnett-Woodford

32

n/a

Subtotal

76

2

10%

7%

n/a

4

Barnett

UTICA

fekete.com

Percent of total

Bakken Hilliard-Baxter-Mancos

Ottawa

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Net Acres

Apache Corp.

217,000

ConocoPhillips Canada

Wells Drilled

Gas in Place (tcf)

Initial Production (MMcf/d)

8–10

2

Canadian Natural Resources

64,000

8

118,000

2 47

0.12

Celtic Exploration

60,000

Crew Energy

9,600

0

1–2

Chinook Energy

12,000

ConocoPhillips Canada

Devon Energy

153,000

18

8

Encana

264,000

90

45

5–10

EOG Resources

150,000

25

5–10

16–23

Encana

Exxon/Imperial Oil

250,000

5

2–3

16–18

28,000

0

126,000

22

8

Pengrowth Energy Trust

48,000

1

2.4–4

Petro-Canada (Suncor)

95,000

Petrobank Energy and Resources

43,428

1

127,000

6

Stone Mountain Resources

5

Storm Resources

30,200

TAQA North Trivello Energy

4

13 6–10

1-2

8–10

230

70

5–10

Galleon Energy

64,000

142

1.3

1.5–4

Insignia Energy

19,200

16

Murphy Oil Corp.

80,000

9

Painted Pony Petroleum

60,000

2

Paramount Resources

195,000

Petro-Canada (Suncor) Petrobank Energy and Resources Progress Energy Trust

Shell (Duvernay) Storm Resources Talisman Energy Terra Energy Corp.

ARC Resources

226,000

79

Birchcliff Energy

183,000

50

10

4–5.5

731,000

2

7,400

4–8

3–15

1,974

2–5

1–3

2.4

Sabretooth Energy

1.7

4

100,000

58,000

3

2.5–5.2 6

2–8

11

9.6–13.4

1

7.5

150,000 10,900 790,000

Nordic Oil & Gas

1 1.5

0

0.5

450,000

37

6

599,000

14

25,600

0

Gas in Place (tcf)

1,100,000

36

Penn West Exploration

750,000

75

Perpetual Energy

975,000

0

Stealth Ventures

80,000

200

PanTerra Resource Corp.

Initial Production (MMcf/d)

Utica Shale Play Major Operators Altai Resources

282,317

Gastem

198,000

Junex

n/a

12

n/a

Mancos

21

n/a

7

n/a

Subtotal

43

4

Percent of total

6%

15%

Monterey/Santos

n/a

15

Subtotal

n/a

15

Percent of total

n/a

64%

750

24

143,395

Junex

6,955

0.4

5 3.5–4 1–4

0.3

Questerre RJK Exploration Suncor

269,000

1

5

2,100,000 182,500 54,585

1

531,000

Thickness

150

up to 300

17 to 350

90 to 300

Nexen Inc.

Gas-filled porosity (%)

3.2 to 6.2

1.0 to 6.0

>10

2.2 to 3.7

Penn West Exploration

Total organic content (%)

0.5 to 6.0

1 to 7

0.5 to 12

0.3 to 2.25

Maturity (R0)*

Clay (%)

6

7–10

X-Terra Resources

61,500

20 to 60

sand and sily

5 to 25

0 to 14

up to 20

n/a

30 to 70

20 to 40

>30

high

8 to 40 50 to 63

Absorbed gas (%)

34

20 to 36

n/a

35 to 50

CO2 (%)

12

1

n/a

>1

GIP/selection (million m3)**

1,700 to 9,000

230 to 4,500

623 to 1,800

710 to 5,950

GIP/selection (Bcf)**

60 to 318

8 to 160

22 to 62

25 to 210

Play area GIP (billion m3)**

4,100 to 17,000

2,300 to 20,000

>2,800

>3,400

144 to 600+

80 to 700

>100

>120

61,500

409,000

45 to 65

n/a

X-Terra Resources

Trilogy Energy Trust

1.1 to 4

64 to 80

Horizontal well cost, including frac (million $CDN)

3–10

biogenic

66

2

61,500

0.8 to 2.5

Free gas (%)

310,000

X-Terra Resources

2.2 to 2.8

7 to 10

5 to 8

0.35 (vertical only)

Compiled from various sources. *Ro (vintrinte reflectance) is a measure of the thermal maturity of organic matter. Values above 1.2 are in the gas window. **GIP: gas in place; recoverable gas may be on the order of 20 per cent.

5 to 9

Operator

Net Acres

Delphi Energy

Cordova Embayment

500 to 3,300

Talisman Energy

5.6

Operator

300

Play area GIP (Tcf)**

24

Utica

1,700 to 4,000

0

100,000

Colorado

2,500 to 3,000

92,182

Tourmaline Oil Corp.

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0

Montney

Depth (m)

Calcite or dolomite (%)

152,262

Junex

Lone Pine Resources

61

Horn River

Silica (%)

3–5

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Wells Drilled

2

Petrolympic

11

2

Net Acres

137,000

Molopo Canada

27,000

52,000

Operator

COLORADO GROUP SHALE PLAY MAJOR OPERATORS 5

20

0

51,000

Initial Production (MMcf/d)

12,800

32,000

MONTNEY SHALE/SILT PLAY MAJOR OPERATORS

Approach Energy

Crew Energy

Perpetual Energy/Tourmaline Oil 2–3

Gas in Place (tcf)

60,100

2

Quicksilver Resources

Wells Drilled

Canadian Energy Partners

Canadian Spirit Resources

3–5

Net Acres

1,920

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Cougar Energy

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70,000

Great Plains Exploration

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West Coast

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Shale Gas Basins

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410

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Vero Energy

82,000 175,000 2,598

Liard Basin

Lone Pine Resources

61,000

20,000+

Encana

365,000

Galleon Energy

320,000

Longview Resources

78,000

Mooncor Oil & Gas

103,000 110,000

128,000

NAL

Paramount Resources

147,000

Penn West Exploration

22,000

Buckinghorse Shale

Painted Pony Petroleum

76,000

Duvernay

Angle Energy

67,000

57,000

Donnybrook Energy

Nexen Inc.

TransEuro Energy

Net Acres

99,000

Petrobakken Energy

120,000

Talisman Energy

360,000

Taqa North

80,000

Tourmaline Oil

n/a

Trilogy Energy

138,000

Athabasca Oil Sands Corp.

475,000

Yoho Resources

Birchcliff Energy

163,000

Utica/Antrim

Bonavista Petroleum

50,000

Mooncor Oil & Gas

Celtic Energy

93,000

Horton Bluff Group

11,500

100,000

Contact Exploration

1,500,000

Chevron Corp.

300,000

Corridor Resources

320,000

ConocoPhillips

88,000

Daylight Energy

130,000

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