Heterogeneity in Unconventional Plays and Quantifying Sweet-Spots in the NEBC Montney

RISC’s Head of Geoscience Ian Cockerill presented at the 11th Unconventional Gas Technical Forum in British Columbia, Canada last month. His talk explored how a Common Risk Segment Mapping approach tied to production data has led to the development of a Play Atlas across the Montney play fairway in North East British Columbia. He also discussed how the approach can be used in other unconventional systems both in North America and emerging areas of unconventional exploration such as Australasia and Europe.

Author: Ian Cockerill – Head of Geoscience

“Heterogeneity in Unconventional Plays and Quantifying Sweet-Spots in the NEBC Montney” was very well received by all in attendance. To view Ian’s presentation please click here.

For a look at other papers presented by RISC at Industry Conferences this year, please visit the Conference Papers section of our website.

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