Canada Oil Fields Map



Field Acronyms

EUR_MMBOE = Estimated ultimate recovery in million barrels of oil equivalent

Giant oil and gas fields = those with 500 million barrels (79,000,000 m3) of ultimately recoverable oil or gas equivalent.

Super giant oil field = holds equivalent of 5.5bn barrels of oil reserves.

Bonnie Glen Field, Canada, Discovered 1950, Giant Field
Char Field, Canada, Discovered 1979, Giant Field
Cisco Field, Canada, Discovered 1981, Giant Field
Claresholm Field, Canada, Discovered 1978, Giant Field
Drake Point Field, Canada, Discovered 1973, Giant Field
Elmworth Field, Canada, Discovered 1979, Giant Field
Hebron Heavy Oil Field, Canada, Discovered 1981, Giant Field
Hecla Field, Canada, Discovered 1975, Giant Field
Hibernia Field, Canada, Discovered 1979, Giant Field
Issungnak Field, Canada, Discovered 1980, Giant Field
Judy Creek Field, Canada, Discovered 1959, Giant Field
Kaybob South Field, Canada, Discovered 1958, Giant Field
Koakoak Field, Canada, Discovered 1980, Giant Field
Kopanoar Field, Canada, Discovered 1979, Giant Field
Leduc-Woodbend Field, Canada, Discovered 1947, Giant Field
Niglintgak Field, Canada, Discovered 1973, Giant Field
Parsons Lake Field, Canada, Discovered 1978, Giant Field
Pembina Field, Canada, Discovered 1953, Giant Field
Rainbow Field, Canada, Discovered 1965, Giant Field
Redwater Field, Canada, Discovered 1948, Giant Field
Swan Hills Field, Canada, Discovered 1957, Giant Field
Swan Hills South Field, Canada, Discovered 1959, Giant Field
Taglu Field, Canada, Discovered 1971, Giant Field
Venture Field, Canada, Discovered 1979, Giant Field
Whitefish Field, Canada, Discovered 1979, Giant Field


Data Source: EIA

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