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Paper presented at the Annual Technical Meeting, June 7–9, 1998
Paper Number: PETSOC-98-38
... Abstract The Canadian Oil and Gas industry is quite unique in many ways. Out of this uniqueness there has been significant growth among emerging technology-based companies in Canada. Consider that the Canadian oil patch is spearheading applications of horizontal drilling, coil tubing...
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Paper presented at the Annual Technical Meeting, May 8–11, 1993
Paper Number: PETSOC-93-40
... Maintaining a royalty regime consistent with the economics of discovering and developing oil and gas in Alberta is the primary mandate of the Department of Energy's Supply and Royalty Policy Branch. Based on its, and its predecessors, analyses a number of changes have been made over time to...
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Paper presented at the Annual Technical Meeting, June 9–12, 1990
Paper Number: PETSOC-90-142
... Canada. References and illustrations at end of paper. Introduction Most oil and gas producing formations contain clay minerals that were either originally deposited during sedimentation (detrital clay), or formed later by the action of heat, pressure and time on minerals already present or...
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Paper presented at the Annual Technical Meeting, June 7–10, 1986
Paper Number: PETSOC-86-37-58
... Petroleum Association (CPA). Using a methodology suggested by Arrington and Megill, it is possible to estimate the rate of growth of the initial reserves estimates. Application of this technique using the CPA data for the 1970 to 1983 period indicates that reserves of oil and gas appreciate from the initial...
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Paper presented at the Annual Technical Meeting, May 24–27, 1980
Paper Number: PETSOC-80-31-11
... Abstract Recent visits to oil and gas fields in the People's Republic of China by American technical petroleum delegations have revealed a wealth of information concerning Chinese industry operations. Only three years ago, virtually nothing on this subject was known in the West. Based on first...
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Paper presented at the Annual Technical Meeting, May 29–June 2, 1977
Paper Number: PETSOC-77-15
... Abstract Canadian, like U.S. supplies of oil and gas are partly available from indigenous oil and gas reserves and increasingly imported from OPEC countries. The indigenous supplies, either from mature producing regions or from frontier regions are available at a cost which is expected to...
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Paper presented at the Annual Technical Meeting, May 6–9, 1974
Paper Number: PETSOC-374006
... Canada into the role of a net world scale exporter of both oil and gas, primarily to satisfy U.S. needs. This could cause severe economic dislocation for Canada and possibly its disappearance as a separate political entity. The chief agents behind this push are the seven largest oil corporations in the...
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Paper presented at the Annual Technical Meeting, May 7–11, 1973
Paper Number: PETSOC-73-115
... Geology and Prospecting of Oil and Gas Fields In the Soviet Union the total land area prospected to be suitable for the oil and gas search amounts to 12 million sq km (sea areas not included) i.e. almost half of the whole country's territory. Successful geological survey exploration activities...
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Paper presented at the Annual Technical Meeting, May 15–18, 1972
Paper Number: PETSOC-7262
... Abstract Discovery of oil and gas in the Arctic may pose the greatest transportation challenge of our time. Airlifting the oil out of the Arctic might be preferable to fighting the environment every foot of the way along the surface. There are several conditions for competitive costs. The...
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Paper presented at the Annual Technical Meeting, June 1–4, 1971
Paper Number: PETSOC-7104
... petroleum in different regions varies widely, but already there aregood indications on the mainland and in the Islands that bath oil and gas are present. Geophysicalwork in the offshore, particularly the Beaufort Sea, suggests further promising potential. Possible reserves in the Islands and mainland Arctic...

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