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study-maps-hydrocarbon-potential-in-canadas-bc-region
study-maps-hydrocarbon-potential-in-canadas-bc-region

Study maps hydrocarbon potential in Canada’s BC region

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Research results published by Vancouver-based Geoscience BC provide a new understanding of the distribution and nature of hydrogen sulfide ‘sour gas’ and the location of natural gas liquids in British Columbia’s (BC) Northeast Region.

The multi-year, multi-partner study sought to understand why sour gas only affects some wells in the region’s Montney, Doig and Duvernay formations – the source of the majority of the natural gas produced in BC.

Numerous theories had been previously proposed, and the report concludes that the cause is most likely from sulfate that had migrated through faults and fractures into the Montney formation from deeper zones.

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