Top 5 Downloaded Publications
- Resource Map of Saskatchewan
Large: 1:1,500,000 (31 x 48)
This completely updated map shows the extent of: areas of potash, salt and carnallite resources; oil, gas and coal fields; and areas of carbon dioxide, peat, and base and precious metal resource potential.
- The Saskatchewan Oil and Gas InfoMap Searchable GIS Database
A searchable interactive GIS format database that provides information on wells, pool boundaries, unit boundaries and Crown dispositions. The Saskatchewan Oil and Gas InfoMap website shows oil and gas and related wells, current oil and gas pool boundaries, unit boundaries, and dispositions
of Crown petroleum and natural gas rights. The base map information is provided by Information Services Corporation of Saskatchewan. Layers include: wells
(Licensed Wells, Drilling Wells, Cased Wells, Oil Wells,
Gas Wells, Water Injector Wells, Water Source Wells, Oil/Steam Wells, Potash Wells, Miscellaneous Wells, Abandoned Other Wells, and Abandoned Dry Wells), Oil and Gas Pools, Northern Theoretical Pools, Crown Leases and Units, Southern Township Fabric, Northern Township Fabric,
and a Saskatchewan Base Map. 2005. A NON SALABLE PRODUCT that is reached by entering the following URL:
- Index Map of Saskatchewan (NTS and Topography)
Scale: 1:1,267,200; This map has the National Topographic System grid overprinted on a detailed map of Saskatchewan.; Includes an extensive list of geographical names on the back of the map which are location-referenced to the National Topographic System grid on the front of the map.
- Minister's Orders for Oil and Gas, Including Pool Regulation Orders
A series of free downloadable PDF format Minister's Orders for the Oil and Gas industry including: oil and gas well pacing, new and revised pools, spacing area A, spacing area E, spacing area F, spacing area G, spacing area H, drainage units adjacent to the 2nd meridian, drainage units adjactent to the 4th meridian, and individual well tests in units. 2005.
- Geological and Geophysical Reservoir Characterization of the Mississippian Midale Reservoir, Weyburn Field, Saskatchewan
16 pages no maps - Part of Summary of Investigations volume 2005-4.1; 2005.