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TitrePetroleum resource potential of the northern mainland of Canada (Mackenzie Corridor)
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AuteurHannigan, P K; Morrow, D W; MacLean, B C
SourceCommission géologique du Canada, Dossier public 6757, 2011, 271 pages; 1 CD-ROM, https://doi.org/10.4095/289095
Année2011
Documentdossier public
Lang.anglais
DOIhttps://doi.org/10.4095/289095
Mediaen ligne; CD-ROM; numérique
Liensreadme
Formatspdf
ProvinceAlberta; Colombie-Britannique; Yukon; Territoires du Nord-Ouest
SNRC83; 84; 85; 86; 93; 94; 95; 96; 103; 104; 105; 106
Lat/Long OENS-136.0000 -111.0000 70.0000 54.0000
Sujetsressources pétrolières; ressources; capacité de production d'hydrocarbures; méthane; gaz; exploration pétrolière; pétrole; réserves; réserves estimées; pieces; roches mères; porosité; perméabilité; réflectance de la vitrinite; milieu sédimentaire; Plate-forme de l'Intérieur; Ceinture de Northern Foreland ; Assemblage d'Hornby Bay ; Assemblage de Dismal Lakes ; Assemblage de Tweed Lake ; Assemblage de Mackenzie/shaler ; Supergroupe de Windermere ; Formation de Mount Clark ; Formation de Mount Cap ; Formation de Saline River ; Formation d'Hess River ; Formation de Rockslide ; Formation d'Illtyd ; Formation de Slats Creek ; Groupe de Ronning ; Formation de Franklin Mountain ; Formation de Mount Kindle ; Groupe de Road River ; Formation de Whittaker ; Formation de Duo Lake ; Formation de Steel ; Formation de Rabbitkettle ; Formation de Broken Skull ; Formation d'Hume ; Formation de Loucheux ; Formation de Dempster ; Formation de Vittrekwa ; Formation de Sekwi ; Formation de Gull Lake ; Formation d'Elmer Creek ; Formation de Misfortune ; Groupe de Delorme ; Formation de Peel ; Formation de Tatsieta ; Formation de Tsetso ; Formation de Camsell ; Formation de Root River ; Formation de Vera ; Formation de Cadillac ; Formation de Prevost ; Formation de La Loche ; Formation de Mirage Point ; Formation d'Ernestina Lake ; Formation d'Arnica ; Formation de Landry ; Formation de Bear Rock ; Formation de Fort Norman ; Formation de Stone ; Formation de Chinchaga ; Formation de Funeral ; Formation d'Headless ; Formation de Nahanni ; Formation d'Hare Indian ; Membre de Bluefish ; Formation de Lonely Bay ; Formation de Keg River ; Formation d'Horn Plateau ; Formation de Muskeg ; Formation d'Horn River ; Groupe de Pine Point ; Formation de Sulphur Point ; Groupe d'Earn ; Formation de Besa River ; Formation de Watt Mountain ; Formation de Ramparts ; Formation de Kee Scarp ; Formation de Slave Point ; Formation de Dunedin ; Formation de Fort Simpson ; Formation de Redknife ; Membre de Jean Marie ; Formation de Kakisa ; Formation de Tathlina ; Formation de Twin Falls ; Formation de Fort Vermilion ; Formation de Canol ; Formation d'Imperial ; Formation d'Hay River ; Formation de Trout River ; Formation de Tetcho ; Formation de Kotcho ; Formation de Tuttle ; Formation d'Exshaw ; Groupe de Tsichu ; Formation de Banff ; Formation d'Yohin ; Groupe de Rundle ; Formation de Pekisko ; Formation de Clausen ; Formation de Prophet ; Formation de Flett ; Formation de Golata ; Formation de Mattson ; Formation de Jungle Creek ; Formation de Kindle ; Formation de Fantasque ; Formation de Mount Christie ; Formation de Jones Lake ; Formation de North Branch ; Formation d'Husky ; Formation de Martin House ; Formation de Langton Bay ; Membre de Gilmore Lake ; Formation de Chinkeh ; Groupe de Fort St. John ; Formation d'Arctic Red ; Formation d'Horton River ; Formation de Mahony Lake ; Formation de Garbutt ; Formation de Scatter ; Formation de Lepine ; Formation de Sikanni ; Formation de Sully ; Formation de Dunvegan ; Formation de Slater River ; Formation de Trevor ; Formation de Little Bear ; Formation d'East Fork ; Formation de Summit Creek ; Formation de Smoking Hills ; Formation de Mason River ; Séquence d'Iperk ; Formation de Kotaneelee ; Formation de Wapiti ; Séquence de Sauk ; Séquence de Tippecanoe ; Séquence de Kaskaskia ; combustibles fossiles; géologie structurale; stratigraphie; Tertiaire; Crétacé; Jurassique; Trias; Permien; Carbonifère; Dévonien; Silurien; Ordovicien; Cambrien; Protérozoïque
Consultation
Endroit
 
Bibliothèque de Ressources naturelles Canada - Ottawa (Sciences de la Terre)
 
Bibliothèque de Ressources naturelles Canada - Calgary (Sciences de la Terre)
 
Commission géologique du Canada (Atlantique)
 
Bibliothèque de Ressources naturelles Canada - Vancouver (Sciences de la Terre)
 
Bibliothèque de Ressources naturelles Canada - Québec (Sciences de la Terre)
 
ProgrammeCorridor et delta du Mackenzie, GEM : La géocartographie de l'énergie et des minéraux
LiensMetadata - Métadonnées
Diffusé2011 08 15
Résumé(disponible en anglais seulement)
The Proterozoic and Phanerozoic sedimentary successions of the northern mainland of Canada comprise the northern extension of the prolific Western Canada Sedimentary Basin. The study area extending northward from the provincial-territorial boundary to, but not including, the Mackenzie Delta/Beaufort region is also referred as the Mackenzie Corridor because it encompasses the Mackenzie River drainage system. Two major geological provinces occur in the Mackenzie Corridor project area. Relatively undeformed sedimentary strata constitute the Interior Platform geological province to the east. This Province is bounded to the west by folded and thrusted strata of the eastern Cordillera forming the Northern Foreland Belt. Although regional stratigraphy with potential reservoir and source rocks are common between the two provinces, depositional settings and trap-types vary considerably reflecting the need for unique exploration play definitions.
Although exploration has had a long and partially successful history in the region, there has been no comprehensive assessment of conventional petroleum potential. In this study, a total of 37 conventional petroleum exploration plays have been defined. Most conventional plays are defined on the basis of potential reservoir. There also exists substantial potential for unconventional shale gas and a smaller potential for tight gas and coalbed methane. Thirty of 37 conventional plays had sufficient exploration and/or production data or good play analogues to formulate full quantitative analyses. Most of these plays have both oil and natural gas potential. The fact that some conventional plays and all of the unconventional resource plays were not quantitatively analyzed in this report because of insufficient data suggests that the total petroleum resource estimate presented herein is conservative.
Since exploration play definition is dependent on classifying prospects with respect to their unique petroleum system, many defined plays especially located in southern Northwest Territories and Yukon also extend into northern British Columbia and Alberta. It is necessary, therefore, to describe oil and gas potential according to proper geologically-defined play definition accompanied by appropriately reduced potential within the study area of the northern mainland in Northwest Territories and eastern Yukon.
The probabilistic assessment of total oil and gas potential (produced and remaining) for all sedimentary strata in the "geologically-defined" Mackenzie Corridor or northern mainland of Canada is 1053*106 m3 (6624 MMbbls) of oil and 2189*109 m3 (77 Tcf) of gas (mean volumes). Although discovered reserves are substantial in the Mackenzie Corridor region (308*106 m3 (1936 MMbbls) of oil and 886*109 m3 (31 Tcf) of gas), resource potential is significant as exemplified by the prediction of 8 oil pools greater in volume than 15.9*106 m3 (100 MMbbls) and 11 gas pool sizes greater than 7.1*109 m3 (250 Bcf) remain to be discovered. Total mean potential in the study area north of the provincial-territorial boundary is 761.6*106 m3 (4790 MMbbls) of oil and 928.7*109 m3 (32.8 Tcf) of gas.
GEOSCAN ID289095