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|The Unconventional Gas Resources of Mississippian-Devonian Shales in the Liard Basin of British Columbia, the Northwest Territories, and Yukon 8.0 MB
The thick and geographically extensive Exshaw and Patry shales are expected to contain 6.20 trillion m³ (219 trillion cubic feet) of marketable natural gas.
|Yukon Oil and Gas Annual Report (2015) 4.7 MB
This publication provides an overview of oil and gas activities during the 2015 calendar year.
|Yukon Energy Prospectus 2.84 MB
The 2011 prospectus focuses on the Eagle Plain Basin.
Yukon Table of Formations (2011) 7 MB
|Energy for Yukon: The Natural Gas Option, Eagle Plain Case Study 328 KB
This study compares the relative costs of various energy supply options for three potential Yukon mine sites with very different energy requirements.
|Energy for Yukon: Backgrounder, Summary of Case Study and Next Steps 326 KB
This backgrounder to the above document examines the feasibility of developing Yukon’s significant natural gas resources to meet Yukon’s current and future energy demands and examines what is required to develop these valuable resources.
Yukon Oil and Gas Information Letters
Information letters currently provide updates on royalty pricing and other instructions for the submission of royalties. The following Information Letters are available:
|2012-002 (Dec)||Gas Reference Price and Gas Par Price |
|2012-003 (Dec)||Gas Transportation Allowance - No production for December 2012|
|2012-004 (Dec)||Gas Processing Allowance - No production for December 2012|
|2010-001||Gas Select Price 21 KB|
|2010-005||Electronic Deposits 17 KB|
|2010-006||Appeals from Reporting Related Penalties 458 KB|
North Yukon Conceptual Oil and Gas Development Scenario and Local Benefits Assessment 3 MB
The Yukon government formed a working group in 2005 with North Yukon First Nations under the Northern Yukon Economic Development Partnership Agreement. In partnership with this group, government commissioned independent industry experts to develop an oil and gas development scenario and local benefits assessment for northern Yukon.
The purpose of the North Yukon Conceptual Oil and Gas Development Scenario and Local Benefits Assessment is to project plausible levels of oil and gas activities and then assess the local benefits and challenges to the Yukon people. This information will be used to guide and inform land use planning in north Yukon, future resource management and development decisions, and provide information that will assist Yukon’s intervention in the regulatory hearings currently underway for the Mackenzie Gas Project.
In the course of this research the government looked closely at the work of the Pembina Institute's report “A Peak Into the Future” who engaged in a similar exercise in relation to a development scenario in the Peel Plateau region of North Yukon. A technical review 208 KB of the portion of the report that pertains to the Peel Plateau has been completed.
Yukon Geological Survey
Yukon Geological Survey has active research programs in several of the sedimentary basins, including Whitehorse Trough, Peel Plateau and Plain, and Bonnet Plume basin. Please visit the YGS website for the latest information and recent geoscience publications related to oil and gas geology in Yukon.
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