Alberta Conventional Oil Statistics
|2015 Statistics (unless otherwise stated)|
|Initial volume in-place||82.9 billion barrels|
|Remaining established reserves||1.8 billion barrels|
|Remaining ultimate potential||19.7 billion barrels|
|Wells placed on production||1,060 wells|
|Production||526,716 barrels per day|
|2015/2016 Non-renewable resource revenue||$2.8 billion|
|2015/2016 Conventional crude oil royalties||$689 million|
|Investment (upstream conventional oil and gas)||$17 billion (2015)|
3,869,469 = average barrels of Canadian crude (including bitumen) produced daily in 2015 according to the National Energy Board (NEB). Of this, approximately 22 per cent is from conventional crude oil.
Canada is the highest ranked as supplier of imported crude oil and refined products to the United States.
2015 U.S. Sources of Crude Oil and Refined Product Imports - Thousand barrels per day (United States Department of Energy - Energy Information Administration).
- Canada – 3,765
- Saudi Arabia – 1,059
- Venezuela – 827
- Mexico – 758
- Russia - 371
- Iraq - 229
- Angola - 136
- Algeria – 108
- Nigeria – 81
- Norway - 61