For more than ten years, Chemostrat has been working onshore, offshore, conventional, and unconventional plays in Canada. Below is a summary of our experience.
- Extensive experience in the Western Canadian Sedimentary Basin (WCSB)
- Jurassic – Cretaceous sequences from Intermontane Basins (Bowser and Sustut Basins, British Columbia)
- Cretaceous sequences from the Liard Basin, British Columbia.
- Jurassic- Tertiary sequences, McKenzie Delta
- Carboniferous alluvial-fluvial sequences, New Brunswick
- Cretaceous sequences, Sable Island, Nova Scotia
- Jurassic, Cretaceous and basal Paleocene successions, Grand Banks, Flemish Pass, Orphan and Jean D’Arc basins.
- Upper Cretaceous, Paleocene – Mio-Pliocene successions, Saglek Basin, Baffin Bay
- Horn River Formation, British Columbia
- Exshaw Formation, Alberta & British Columbia
- Besa River Formation, British Columbia
- Duvernay Formation, Alberta
- Montney & Doig formations, Western Canada
- McMurray, Wabiskaw and Clearwater formations, Alberta
- Gething and Bluesky formations, Alberta
Tight Gas Plays
- Cadomin Formation, Western Canada
- Nikanassin Group, Alberta & British Columbia
Tight Oil Plays
- Horizontal well placement in the Devonian carbonates of Southern Alberta: the Big Valley Limestone-Dolomite successions and underlying Stettler anhydrite (Alberta “Bakken”). Using the data to better understand well productivity.