|Northeastern Alberta - Canada|
|The lower Cretaceous McMurray formation consists of rich bitumen reservoirs and sandstone. Three members were described inside the McMurray Formation and they are:
- Lower Member: conglomeratic sandstone, present only in depressions formed in the underlying Devonian limestone.
- Middle Member: m...
|Alberta (in Cold Lake) - Canada|
|The lower Cretaceous Clearwater Formation at Cold Lake, Alberta contains high quality bitumen pay that has been shown to be economically recoverable using thermal recovery processes. The Clearwater Formation consists of black and green shale and sandstones. In the Cold Lake area it contains bitumino...|
|Grand Rapids Formation|
|Northeastern Alberta, Canada - Canada|
|Grand Rapids formation, located above the
Wabiskaw formation at depths of between 220 and 270 metres. The Grand Rapids Formation comprises the upper part of the regressive Upper Manville Group and consists of multiple thick sandstones hosting 54.5 billion barrels (8678 x 106 m3) of bitumen in place...
|Canada - Canada|
|North northeastern Alberta - Canada|
|The Wabiskaw Member occurs at the base of the Clearwater Formation, and is a thin sandstone bed characterized by the presence of glauconite. A thin fissile shale bed occurs at its base, and separates it from the underlying McMurray Formation.|
|Western Canadian Sedimentary Basin. - Canada|
|The Grosmont Formation is a stratigraphical unit of Frasnian age. The first attempts to produce oil from the Grosmont dates back to the 1970s, when the Alberta Oil Sands Technology and Research Authority and industry partners Union Oil Canada and Chevron Resources Canada conducted an unsuccessful pr...|