Natural Gas Publications and Maps

This section contains publications relating to Natural Gas that Alberta Energy has produced. 

Natural gas is combustible and burns more cleanly than some other energy sources, it is one of the most highly used energy sources.

If you have further questions, see the Frequently Asked Questions portion of our site.

Fact Sheets

Hydraulic Fracturingexternal link icon
This fact sheet provides information on hydraulic fracturing in Alberta.

Natural Gas factsexternal link icon
This fact sheet provides general information about natural gas, including information on Alberta's natural gas resources.

Explaining Your Gas Bill
Natural gas utility companies provide a service that combines the purchase of natural gas on your behalf and its delivery to your home through the pipeline system. In some cases the same company provides both the purchase of natural gas and the delivery of that gas; in other cases it is two separate companies – a gas supplier and a pipeline owner. It is important to note that energy costs and delivery costs may be billed by separate entities.

Natural Gas Pricesexternal link icon
This fact sheet explains natural gas prices in Alberta.


Summary of Alberta's Shale- and Siltstone-Hosted Hydrocarbon Resource Potentialexternal link icon
This summary produced by Alberta Geological Survey under the Alberta Energy Regulator provides baseline data, information, and understanding of the geology, distribution, reservoir characteristics, and hydrocarbon resource potential of Alberta shales.

Natural Gas overview brochureexternal link icon
The brochure represents Alberta’s combined capabilities in natural gas – our producing fields, our network of export pipelines, massive storage capability, a major benchmark pricing mechanism, trading services, numerous points of consumption from electricity generation to residential heating, and a world-class petrochemicals sector that adds value to natural gas liquids.

Gas Royalty Information Bulletins
These Information Bulletins highlight proposed changes to legislation, regulations or operating procedures. They are published on a monthly basis and provide industry clients with updated information regarding reporting requirements for the determination of natural gas royalty.


The Natural Gas HUB
The Alberta Hub map shows part of the North American network linking 500,000 kilometres of  pipelines and accessing markets representing more than half of North America’s combined natural gas demand.

Natural Gas Infrastructure
This map indicates operating natural gas wells, facilities and pipelines in the province.

Alberta Interactive Minerals Mapexternal link icon
Under the Alberta Geological Survey's Open Dataexternal link icon section, this map is available along with many other maps and data sets.

A listing of external resources for natural gas is also available.