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Western Canadian breakeven benchmarking

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20 November 2017

Western Canadian breakeven benchmarking

Report summary

Where will capital be deployed in Western Canada as prices allow operators to drill further up the cost stack? The Canadian upstream landscape is awash with pure-play independents alongside well-capitalized majors. But which operators are best positioned with sizable land positions and strong balance sheets to champion the next wave of growth? We have updated our comprehensive breakeven benchmarking of more than 85 play-specific company files for oil & gas assets in Wood Mackenzie's Canadian coverage to help answer these questions.

Table of contents

    • What do breakevens look like now and how have they changedover the past year?
    • Updated liquids cost curves to showcase commercial volumes at various breakeven prices
    • Which companies have the lowest cost portfolios and which project breakevens have changed the most?
    • Examining cost reduction and the impact they have had against improving well productivity
    • What are the driversof costimprovements in the Montney?
    • An in-depth look at the Montney and howoperators in this play are balancing cost reduction with well performance

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