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The Grosmont Formation is an Upper Devonian carbonate succession that is present in northeastern Alberta. It contains 318 billion barrels of bitumen on the basis of Alberta government estimates (Alberta Energy Resources Conservation Board, 1996). Figure 1 is a map of the interpreted bitumen resource on the basis of Energy Resources Conservation Board mapping. This map also shows the location of Laricina Energy’s Saleski land block in the heart of the bitumen accumulation. During the winters of 2006–2007 and 2007–2008, Laricina Energy drilled 21 vertical wells for the purposes of bitumen resource delineation. In addition, one horizontal well was...

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