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Geostatistical Rendering of the Architecture of Hydrostratigraphic Units within the Paskapoo Formation, Central Alberta

Geostatistical Rendering of the Architecture of Hydrostratigraphic Units within the Paskapoo Formation, Central Alberta The Paskapoo Formation is one of the largest and most intensely used bedrock aquifer systems in Alberta, yet little is known ... Show Abstract

Lyster, S.  Andriashek, L.D.  2012-08-03

OFR 2017-09

3D Provincial Geological Framework Model of Alberta, Version 1 - Methodology

The 3D PGF model contains 32 geological zones ranging in resolution from member, formation, or group level to mixed formation, group and/or period level. 1) sediment above bedrock, 2) Paskapoo Formation, 3) Scollard Formation, 4) Battle Formation, ... Show Abstract

Branscombe, P.  MacCormack, K.E.  Babakhani, M.  2018-05-04

OFR 2017-02

Hydrocarbon Resource Potential of the Duvernay Formation in Alberta - Update

The 2012 assessment of the Duvernay Formation included only the very earliest test wells in the Duvernay and therefore made many assumptions about rock properties, water saturation, fluid distributions, and pressure and temperature regimes. New ... Show Abstract

Lyster, S.  Corlett, H.  Berhane, H.  2017-07-20

3D PGF Model v2

3D Provincial Geological Framework Model of Alberta, Version 2 (methodology, model, dataset, multiple files)

Version 2 of the three-dimensional Provincial Geological Framework Model of Alberta (3D PGF model v2) is a 3D representation of the subsurface under 602 825 km2 of the province of Alberta, excluding parts of western Alberta affected by Cordilleran ... Show Abstract

Alberta Geological Survey  2019-01-31

3D PGF Model v1

3D Provincial Geological Framework Model of Alberta, Version 1 (dataset, multiple files)

The model was deconstructed and Zip format packages of digital data available for download include; a tab-delimited tabular dataset of stratigraphic picks and point data used to create the model a deconstructed model dataset composed of either: ... Show Abstract

Branscombe, P.  MacCormack, K.E.  Corlett, H.  Hathway, B.  Hauck, T.E.  Peterson, J.T.  2018-05-04

OFR 2018-11

Three-Dimensional Property Modelling of the Duvernay Formation

The skeleton of the 3D models builds on the work from the 3D Provincial Geological Framework Model of Alberta V.1 (3D PGFM v1) for the Duvernay Formation with more detailed internal architecture and modelled properties including; petrophysical ... Show Abstract

Marshall, F.H.  Corlett, H.  Lyster, S.  Berhane, H.  2019-03-28

Model 2019-02

Three-Dimensional Property Model of the Duvernay Formation in Alberta (dataset, multiple files)

The modelled properties include total porosity (PHIT), total organic carbon (TOC), and carbonate fraction from petrophysical analysis of oil and gas well data; and temperature and pressure gradients, condensate-gas ratio (CGR), and gas-oil ratio ... Show Abstract

Marshall, F.H.  Corlett, H.  Lyster, S.  Berhane, H.  2019-03-28

Model 2019-01

Three-Dimensional Property Model of the Montney Formation in Alberta (dataset, multiple files)

The model area covers approximately 88 000 km2 and is bounded by the Alberta-British Columbia border in the west, the deformation edge associated with the Rocky Mountains to the southwest, and the erosional edge of the Montney Formation to the north ... Show Abstract

Lyster, S.  Playter, T.L.  Marshall, F.H.  Berhane, H.  2019-03-28

OFR 2019-06

A Risk-Based Methodology for Commingled Well Abandonment - Southeastern Alberta Gas Field Case Study

The intent of these requirements is to prevent any unwanted impacts on the environment through gas or fluid migration, and on the ability of resource production companies to produce their fair share of hydrocarbon resources. The AER and Alberta ... Show Abstract

Lemay, T.G.  Singh, A.  Parks, K.  Wiersma, A.  Palombi, D.  Babakhani, M.  Berhane, H.  Hathway, B.  Vermeulen, P.  Marsman, A.  2019-08-16

OFR 2018-10

Three-Dimensional Property Modelling of the Montney Formation in Alberta

The model area is approximately 88,000 km2 and is bounded by the Alberta-British Columbia border in the west, the deformation edge associated with the Rocky Mountains to the southwest, and the erosional edge of the Montney Formation to the north and ... Show Abstract

Lyster, S.  Marshall, F.H.  Playter, T.L.  Berhane, H.  2019-03-28