Pipeline Construction Western Canada , July 29, 2022

Western Canada Pipeline Construction Summary

Pipeline Construction Western Canada last 7 days (report date July 29, 2022). We are tracking 30 Canadian Oil & Gas Operators who had 53 pipeline permits approved for for a total of 171KM of oil & gas pipeline projects.

  • Pipeline construction permits by top operators & permit count – Crescent Point Energy Corp. (5), CNRL (4), Strathcona Resources, Ltd. (4), Cardinal Energy Ltd (3)
  • Pipeline construction permit count by province – Alberta Pipeline Permits (32), Sask Pipeline Permits (21), BC Pipeline Permits (0)
  • Pipeline construction permits by area & project distance – Grovedale (32KM), Tilley (27KM), Calling Lake (20KM)
  • Facility Permits with Compressors – total of 5 Operators and 5 permits.

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Western Canada Pipeline Construction Detail

Pipeline permits include gathering or transport pipelines of a liquid, gas or oil through a system of pipes. In addition to these main types of pipelines, there are also four other sub-categories of pipelines: Gathering Lines, Feeder Lines, Transmission Pipelines and Distribution Pipelines. The permits represent all types of pipelines. This section shows pipeline permits that have a new construction component. (Pipeline Construction Western Canada July 29, 2022 report date )

Petroleum pipelines transport oil, oil products and natural gas. In addition to these two main types of pipelines, there are also four other sub-categories of pipelines: Gathering Lines, Feeder Lines, Transmission Pipelines and Distribution Pipelines. The permits represent all types of pipelines.

Pipeline Permits Approved Last Week

Pipeline Project Details

KARVE ENERGY INC. – Permit #62,668- 1.52KM -Battery to well

Karve Energy Inc. is VIKING OIL FOCUSED this oil bearing formation continues to be expanded with advancements in horizontal drilling and completions technologies.

OPERATIONAL EXCELLENCE
With direct Viking experience, our team is building on recent success to enhance the opportunity from Karve’s land base in the Consort and Hamilton Lake areas.

The Viking is an established oil play that has produced oil and gas from conventional reservoirs since the 1950’s. From a geological point of view, the play has been delineated by more than 8,000 vertical wells. This is a low risk light oil resource style play with a large amount of original oil in place that is second only to the Cardium and has one of the lowest recoveries estimated at ~4%. The formation covers a large part of western Canada and extends over most of Saskatchewan. It is mostly gas bearing with oil production restricted to west-central Saskatchewan in the Kindersley-Dodsland area.


NUVISTA ENERGY LTD. – #58,902 – 2.96KM – Well to pipeline- WAPITI

Activity in the Greater Wapiti area has been directed to maintaining flat production levels while generating material free cash flow to fund the ramp up in Pipestone and contribute to net debt reduction.

The Montney formation in the greater Wapiti area is a thick (200m+) section of hydrocarbon-charted fine grained reservoir found at depths ranging from 2,500 – 3,500m. The Montney has been exploited in Western Canada utilizing horizontal wells for nearly a decade with successful developments stretching from Kaybob, AB, to Cameron, BC. Originally, horizontal developments focused on mostly dry gas regions of the Montney. However, more recently, operators have concentrated their efforts on testing and developing the liquids-rich portion of the immense Montney fairway. The wet gas retrograde condensate Montney fairway from Elmworth to Karr exhibits liquid yields that range from 25 to >200 Bbls/MMcf, permeability that ranges from nanodarcy to microdarcy, and original gas in place per section as high as 150 Bcf. Encouragingly, exceptional initial production rates of greater than 2,000 boe/d are being achieved across the map sheet.


PETRUS RESOURCES CORP..- #48,575 – 2.24KM -Well to pipeline- RED DEER

Petrus Resources Ltd. is a private energy company active in property exploitation, strategic acquisitions and risk-managed exploration in western Canada. The company has an extensive inventory of low risk oil and gas development assets in the Peace River and Rocky Mountain foothills areas of Alberta and an experienced management team with a long track record of shareholder value creation. Petrus is a return-driven company focused on delivering per share growth in production, reserves and asset value.


PARAMOUNT RESOURCES LTD..- #60,925 – 7.20 KM – Compressor station to pipeline – KARR

The first seven wells at the 16-17 pad came on production ahead of schedule and under budget with preliminary drilling, completion, equipping and tie-in (“DCET”) costs averaging $6.9 million per well. Average gross peak 30-day production per well was 1,395 Boe/d (3.6 MMcf/d of shale gas and 802 Bbl/d of NGLs) with an average CGR of 225 Bbl/MMcf.(1)

The Company continues to strive for improved efficiencies in its development activities to mitigate inflationary pressures on DCET costs without compromising completion effectiveness or health, safety and environmental performance. The 16-17 pad, as well as the Wapiti 9-22 pad, are the Company’s first two pads to have been equipped with instrument air to operate all pneumatically driven controllers. Paramount plans to equip new pads with instrument air where possible to minimize methane emissions from its operations.




Western Canada Oil & Gas Facility with Compressor Detail

Gear Energy Ltd.- Oil battery – 16-12-048-06W4


Cenovus Energy Inc.- 103-36-054-06W4 – Bitumen battery


Yangarra Resources Corp. -101-16-037-07W5_Oil battery


Archer Exploration Corp.- 09-25-074-08W6 – Oil battery 

About Enerlead Pipeline Report Overview

The location of the pipeline permits are the Western Canada Sedimentary Basin (WCSB) located in Western Canada including southwestern Manitoba, southern Saskatchewan, Alberta, northeastern British Columbia.

Pipeline permits are related to petroleum pipelines transport oil, oil products and natural gas. In addition to these two main types of pipelines, there are also four other sub-categories of pipelines: Gathering Lines, Feeder Lines, Transmission Pipelines and Distribution Pipelines. The permits represent all types of pipelines.

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