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Following the early successes of subsurface platform and pinnacle reef exploration in central Alberta, the Upper Devonian Leduc Formation of eastern Alberta has over the last two decades seen sporadic exploration and production, as well as limited research. In the heavy oil belt south of Lloydminster, the uppermost several meters of the Leduc are oil bearing within erosional karst remnants formed by sub-Cretaceous erosion. The highs have been rendered producible by horizontal drilling and the presence of reservoir quality dolomite. The Leduc Formation in east-central Alberta is composed of an impressive 200 m platformal accumulation that typifies the rapid...

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