Overview

Canada

Apache holds 3.5 million gross acres across the provinces of British Columbia, Alberta and Saskatchewan. The region’s large acreage position provides significant drilling opportunities and portfolio diversification with exposure to oil, gas and liquids-rich fairways. The Canada Region provided approximately 11 percent of Apache’s 2016 worldwide production and 175 million barrels of oil equivalent of estimated proved reserves at year-end. 

In 2016, Apache drilled or participated in drilling 17 wells in the region with an 88-percent success rate. Drilling operations primarily focused on the Wapiti Montney, Ante Creek Montney, Duvernay and Glauconite plays. In 2017, the company expects to drill 10 wells: a six-well pad in the Duvernay play, three wells in the Wapiti Montney play and one exploratory well in the East Shale Basin

CANADA OPERATIONAL HIGHLIGHTS

  First-QUARTER
2017
First-QUARTER
2016
Oil production (Bpd) 11,665 14,463
Total liquids production (Bpd) 16,476 20966
Natural gas production (Mcfd) 215,617 266,438
Barrels of oil equivalent per day 52,412 65,372

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