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The 2019 Northern Oil and Gas Annual Report presents information associated with the administration of oil and gas resources on Crown lands north of the 60th parallel in the Northwest Territories, Nunavut and the Northern offshore.
The Northern Oil and Gas Annual Report provides details on the exploration and development of Canada's northern oil and gas resources and is prepared in accordance with section 109 of the Canada Petroleum Resources Act. This report details the activities undertaken in 2020.
The Oil and Gas Rights dataset contains the digital boundaries for existing exploration licences, significant discovery licences, production licences, former permits, former leases and the Norman Wells Proven Area. These boundaries are available for download on the Northern Petroleum Resources Website at http://www.aadnc-aandc.gc.ca/eng/1100100036087.
The Oil and Gas Rights dataset is Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada (INAC) primary source for northern petroleum titles geographic location on maps.
CIRNAC fees are mainly collected by the Northern Affairs Organization, which collects over 99% of the departmental fees from issuance of exploration, discovery, and production licenses for the development of natural resources on federal lands in the North.
This dataset is produced and published annually by Natural Resources Canada. It contains a variety of statistics on Canada’s mineral production, and provides the geographic locations of significant metallic, nonmetallic and coal mines, oil sands mines, selected metallurgical works and gas fields for the provinces and territories of Canada.
The Indian Oil and Gas Canada 2021 report outlines the institutions managing and regulation of oil and gas activity on First Nations Reserves. The report explains how the institution has encouraged oil and gas projects on reservations in working with Oil companies in 2021.
Throughput and capacity data at key points on major oil and natural gas pipelines regulated by the Canada Energy Regulator. These data are daily for natural gas pipelines and monthly for oil pipelines and cover 2006 to present, updates every three months.
This volume contains overviews on Yukon Mining, Development and Exploration, Placer Mining, Mining Incentives Program, and activities of the Yukon Geological Survey. Mineral exploration in Yukon increased dramatically in 2004 with estimated total expenditures of $22 million, compared to $13 million spent in 2003. Most was spent on gold exploration, with less spent on base metals and gemstones. The number of new mineral claims staked also rose substantially in 2004, as did the claims in good standing.
This volumes contains overviews on Yukon Mining, Development and Exploration, Placer Mining, Mining Incentives Program, and activities of the Yukon Geological Survey. Exploration expenditures in Yukon have continued their dramatic rise for the third consecutive year, with an estimated $53 million spent exploring for a wide range of commodities. The majority of expenditures were on advanced stage projects.
Tenure Areas are geographic administrative areas named for local features and used to group petroleum and natural gas Land Plats situated within the same local geographic area.