Cenovus’ Rush Lake Lloyd Thermal plant operation. Photo by Brian Zinchuk

BlincSoftware’s Canadian Petroleum Registry, found at https://registry.schematic.pro/, recently posted the Top 10 SAGD/Bitumen Wells for Saskatchewan in December, 2022.

The top 10 wells of that type were swept by Cenovus Energy, with their Rush and Spruce Lake SAGD properties.

And indeed, according to RiggerTalk.com on Feb. 16, Cenovus had Precision Drilling Rig 198 drilling at Rush Lake, punching another hole.

The top producer, at Rush Lake, was 104/04-27-053-21W3/00. In December it made 272.34 cubic metres (1,713 barrels) of oil per day, 603 cubic metres (3,793 barrels) of water, and 2.83 cubic metres (17 boe) of gas per day.

The Canadian Petroleum Registry uses a variety of public data sources. BlincSoftware notes, “This list does not include confidential well types. Every attempt is made to ensure accuracy of this data, but we cannot 100 per cent verify all data points. Use at your own risk.”



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