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East Coast Canada - a review of 2013

East Coast Canada - a review of 2013

Report summary

Deepwater exploration highlighted 2013 activity in the Canadian Maritimes. Statoil made two oil discoveries in the Flemish Pass, Chevron drilled its third Orphan Basin well since 2007, and Shell and BP plan to initiate drilling programmes in the Shelburne Basin in 2015 and 2017, respectively. At existing fields, Deep Panuke finally achieved official first gas, and Husky settled on a development concept for the western extension of White Rose.

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  • Executive summary
    • Exploration
      • Drilling activity focused offshore Newfoundland
        • Statoil goes two for two in the Flemish Pass
        • Results from the Orphan Basin remain undisclosed
        • Jeanne d’Arc attempts come up dry
      • Shell and BP spool up Nova Scotia deepwater programmes
        • Nova Scotia offshore exploration and appraisal wells
      • Conditions are right for a resurgence in offshore oil exploration
      • Onshore activity grinds to a halt
        • Onshore exploration summary
      • Pieridae makes progress on Goldboro LNG
    • Development
      • Deep Panuke finally goes onstream
      • Existing Jeanne d’Arc projects poised to stem declines through satellite development
      • Hebron construction begins
      • No bids on shallow-water Nova Scotian parcels
      • Newfoundland awaits environmental assessments, alters leasing terms
    • Looking ahead
      • East Coast Canada 2013 activity map
    • Appendix – economic assumptions

In this report there are 8 tables or charts, including:

  • Executive summary
    • Newfoundland and Labrador offshore exploration and appraisal wells
    • East Coast Canada - a review of 2013: Image 2
    • Full-cycle breakeven prices for hypothetical development scenarios in various emerging basins
    • East Coast Canada - a review of 2013: Table 1
    • Newfoundland oil production
    • Nova Scotia and New Brunswick gas production
    • East Coast Canada offshore leasing activity
    • East Coast Canada - a review of 2013: Image 7
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