Chevron sells Duvernay shale interest to KUFPEC

Chevron sells Duvernay shale interest to KUFPEC

Chevro’s unit in Canada has reached an agreement to sell a 30 percent interest in its Duvernay shale play to KUFPEC Canada for $1.5 billion. 


The Duvernay is located in west-central Alberta, and is believed to be among the most promising shale opportunities in North America.

The agreement creates a partnership for appraisal and development of liquids-rich shale resources in approximately 330,000 net acres in the Kaybob area of the Duvernay.

Following the closing of the transaction, Chevron Canada will hold a 70 percent interest in the joint venture Duvernay acreage and will remain the operator. The transaction is expected to close in November 2014.

Chevron Canada has drilled 16 wells since beginning its exploration program, with initial well production rates of up to 7.5 million cubic feet of natural gas and 1,300 barrels of condensate per day. A pad drilling program recently commenced which is intended to further evaluate and optimize reservoir performance as well as reduce execution costs and cycle time.

 

Press Release, October 6, 2014; Image: Chevron

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