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Investment in Alberta's economy.

Building diversity.

With our home in Canada.

Perisson leverages assets worldwide to build diversity, but our primary concern is at home, in the oil fields of Alberta. Our vision makes the current state of the energy market a fertile ground for development — in assets and in professional talent. Perisson has four major areas in Southern Alberta each with distinct advantages. Development of these areas means investment in Alberta’s economy: creating jobs, generating revenue and improving the oil & gas economy.

Building a strong company in Alberta means building a stronger home.


Wayne, Alberta

PROPERTY

Perisson’s assets in the Wayne, Alberta region are well developed and fit with the cycle-strategy driving our operations. A wealth of 3D seismic data gives us the best possible snapshot of the areas worth developing and when each well is best approached.

Targeting

The southern half of the Wayne area is completely controlled by Perisson and well documented. Several horizontal wells with projected superior returns have been planned out. When the best possible return on the cost of development is reached, each will be activated.

Location

Located directly south of Drumheller, the Wayne area is located within one of the largest deposits of natural gas and light crude in the world.

Production

Barrels per Day: 200 Barrels
Another Value: 125 Barrels

Reserves

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Gross Sections: 25.5Acres
Another Value: 55Acres

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Provost, Alberta

PROPERTY

The Provost location owned by Perisson currently awaiting more favorable market trends to allow for development of on-site resources. Oil in the area is lighter and easier to extract, but water production is limited. We are currently looking to an interest partner who will join in the development of water handling capacity to increase production.

Targeting

Perisson retains the bulk of working interest in the Provost area, capitalizing on six separate locations of development within the field. The lighter gravity of the oil is of interest, because it makes extraction easier.

Location

Located north of Drumheller, Provost is Perisson’s furthest eastern working interest. The area enjoys the same assets as the Twining and Wayne areas.

Production

Barrels per Day: 200 Barrels
Another Value: 125 Barrels

Reserves

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Gross Sections: 25.5Acres
Another Value: 55Acres

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Twining-Rundle, Alberta

PROPERTY

The Twining Rundle area is a large oil resource west of Drumheller. The Twining property owned by Perisson contains significant original oil resources awaiting development — an estimated 1 Billion barrels (OOIP).

The size and availability of hydrocarbons in the area afford Perisson a number of possible sites, which allows us to consider the merits of each site within the cycle-strategy. Some areas are easier than others — we strike when the moment is right to maximize value and investment return.

Targeting

Perisson is looking at the Twining property to produce upward of 200 Barrels of oil or equivalent natural gas per day (200 Boe/d). This is a major contributor to our year-end goal of X Boe. (confirm)

Location

The Twining property is adjacent to several business partners, offering synergetic cost reductions. As well, other development and stimulation opportunities are available which Perisson can choose to participate in if they work with our long-term strategy.

Production

Barrels per Day: 200 Barrels
Another Value: 125 Barrels

Reserves

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Gross Sections: 25.5Acres
Another Value: 55Acres

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Huxley, Alberta

PROPERTY

The Huxley property operates north of Calgary, operating 17 wells within the Horseshoe Canyon. Producing over 68,000 cubic feet of methane every day.

Targeting

Perisson operates a minor interest in the Huxley coal bed, preferring to maintain a small output of stable natural gas production. The current participation in the development of Coal Bed Methane (CBM) is below 10% of the area’s availability.

Location

Operating within the Alberta Badlands has made access to natural gas reservoirs easier and require little to no water production in order to operate. These factors make the process more stable and the environmental effect on local aquifers more controllable.

Production

Barrels per Day: 200 Barrels
Another Value: 125 Barrels

Reserves

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Gross Sections: 25.5Acres
Another Value: 55Acres

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These four areas provide excellent opportunites for development and long-term natural gas production. Together they represent profitable assets with years of resources capable of giving Perisson an authoritative position in Canada’s energy market.