Since 2012, Shell has been actively pursuing the production of liquids-rich shale from land holdings of 225,000 net acres in the Duvernay tight/shale gas formation near Fox Creek, Alberta.
Shell is currently producing approximately 20,000 barrels of oil equivalent per day, comprised of oil and condensate from approximately 119 wells in the Duvernay. This production ties into existing Shell-owned and third-party processing facilities in and around Fox Creek.
The map below shows uses the heat map to show the drilling locations fro shell in the Fox Creek area and the pins are existing compressors. The table shows the compressor details for Shell Canada in Fox Creek and the image is the largest compressor they operate in the area.