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The Canadian Rockies are famous for their outstanding scenery, and also for the associated oil and gas production in the foothills and eastern plains. Outcrops ranging from Devonian to Quaternary, stretching from 400 million years to less than a million years, provide analogs to many producing formations. Most of our knowledge regarding the Triassic Montney Formation has been garnered in the subsurface, but there are excellent age-equivalent outcrops, such as the Sulphur Mountain Formation, which provide valuable data and discussion points.

The Montney Formation occurs over a wide area, and may reach 360 m in thickness. It is dominated...

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