Southeast Saskatchewan (CNRL) SK/MB is a producing unconventional oil field located onshore Canada and is operated by Canadian Natural Resources.
Field participation details
The field is owned by Canadian Natural Resources.
Production from Southeast Saskatchewan (CNRL) SK/MB
The Southeast Saskatchewan (CNRL) SK/MB unconventional oil field recovered 55.32% of its total recoverable reserves, with peak production in 2012. The peak production was approximately 8.02 thousand bpd of crude oil and condensate and 3 Mmcfd of natural gas. Based on economic assumptions, production will continue until the field reaches its economic limit in 2044.
Remaining recoverable reserves
The field is expected to recover 24.96 Mmboe, comprised of 22.83 Mmbbl of crude oil & condensate and 12.75 bcf of natural gas reserves. Southeast Saskatchewan (CNRL) SK/MB unconventional oil field reserves accounts 0.03% of total remaining reserves of producing unconventional oil fields globally.
About Canadian Natural Resources
Canadian Natural Resources Ltd (Canadian Natural) is an independent upstream oil and gas company. It carries out acquisition, exploration, development, production, marketing and sale of crude oil, natural gas and natural gas liquids (NGLs). The company’s product offering includes light and medium crude oil and NGLs, primary heavy crude oil, Pelican Lake heavy crude oil, bitumen (thermal oil), synthetic crude oil (SCO) and natural gas. Canadian Natural’s operations are focused in North America, mostly in Western Canada; the UK portion of the North Sea; and offshore Africa. The company maintains certain midstream activities within Western Canada that includes an electricity co-generation system, pipeline operations, and an equity interest in the North West Redwater Partnership. Canadian Natural is headquartered in Calgary, Alberta, Canada.
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