Land

We work to minimize surface disturbance through effective planning and responsible development.

We recognize virtually all aspects of our operations involve the use of surface land. Whether it's private, Aboriginal or government-owned land, we work with our neighbours to minimize surface disturbance through effective planning and responsible development.

We understand the expectations placed on companies to demonstrate a high degree of environmental protection for the land on which they operate, and we are continuously driven to implement better land-use practices.

Abandonment and Reclamation 1 2012 2013 2014
Abandoned wells awaiting reclamation 537 451 698
Total abandoned wells, reclamation complete
awaiting certificate
217 589 2 238
Reclamation certificates received 52 14 110 3
Abandoned wells undergoing active reclamation 937 596 796
Total reclaimed land (acres) 434.1 68.9 286.6

  • (1) Due to increased A&D activity in 2014, there is an overall increase in the number of plugged and abandoned wells.
  • (2) In 2013, the liability associated with an estimated 376 plugged and abandoned wells was acquired in the San Juan Basin.
  • (3) The increase in reclamation certificates received is due to the number of certificate applications submitted in 2013.

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