| ||June 16, 2011|
Montney Water Project Update - Publicly Available Data
| ||Geoscience BC, in partnership with seven natural gas producers, the Government of British Columbia and the Science and Community Environmental Knowledge (SCEK) Fund, is pleased to provide an update on work completed to-date as part of the collaborative Montney Water Project.|
A table listing the data sets and reports that are publicly available from the Montney Water Project is included below, including information and research generated by the Ministry of Energy and Mines, and the Ministry of Environment.
Additional Montney Water Project reports and results will be published during the summer and fall. Present plans are to have the final reports published before the end of 2011.
The Montney Water Project is supported with funding from Geoscience BC, the SCEK Fund and seven natural gas producers operating in the area - ARC Resources Ltd., ConocoPhillips Canada, Devon Canada Corporation, Encana Corporation, Progress Energy, Shell Canada, and Talisman Energy.
In addition, Geoscience BC is working collaboratively with a number of government departments and agencies, who are making significant in-kind contributions to the project, including: Ministry of Energy, Mines, Ministry of Environment, Ministry of Health, Oil and Gas Commission, Northern Health Authority, as well as the University of Northern British Columbia and the City of Dawson Creek.
For more information on the Montney Water Project, go to www.geosciencebc.com/s/Montney.asp.
Montney Water Project: Publicly Available Data
* Web browser "pop-up blockers" may restrict access to example well construction and aquifer classification mapping reports
Geoscience BC is an industry-led, industry-focused not-for-profit society. Its mandate includes the collection, interpretation and marketing of geoscience data and expertise to promote investment in resource exploration and development in British Columbia. Geoscience BC is funded through grants from the Provincial Government and works in partnership with industry, academia, government, First Nations and communities to attract mineral and oil & gas investment to BC.
You can view the Next News item: Mon Jul 11, 2011, Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences Special Issue on "New Insights in Cordilleran Intermontane Geoscience: Reducing Exploration Risk in the Mountain Pine Beetle-Affected Area of British Columbia"
You can view the Previous News item: Tue May 10, 2011, Geoscience BC Receives a $12 Million Commitment for Public Geoscience in BC
You can return to the main News page, or press the Back button on your browser.