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Repsol Worldwide

Canada

Repsol in Canada. Aerial view of oil derricks on a field in Canada
Canada is one of the world’s largest producers of oil and gas. Moreover, it is a net energy exporter and boasts significant oil and natural gas reserves. Canada stretches from the Atlantic Ocean to the Pacific Ocean, reaching the Arctic Ocean to the north, and bordering the US to the south and Alaska to the northwest.

Our operations in Canada

Calgary, the largest city in Alberta, is where we carry out our Upstream (Exploration and Production) and Gas & Power projects, which have turned us into a key player within the energy sector.

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    61,483 barrels

    Net production of barrels of oil equivalent/day
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    81.9 Bscf

    Net annual gas production
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    6,743 km2

    Net surface area
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Main projects

Greater Edson
Chauvin
Duvernay
Gas & Power
Aerial of Repsol's facilities in Canada

Greater Edson

This field is one of Repsol's main gas production projects, which is rich both in oil and gas, and accounts for 80% of the company's production in Canada. Currently, it covers an area of 560,000 net acres and spreads across six different areas: Edson, Sundance/MedLodge, Ansell, and Minehead in the south, and Wild River and Bigstone in the north.
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Chauvin

This area located in west-central Alberta provides a stable production of conventional heavy crude. Our land base covers approximately 103,000 acres, with 1,800 km of oil pipelines and 21 operated facilities.
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Duvernay

The Duvernay is an emerging liquids-rich play currently in its early stages of a development and appraisal in west-central Alberta that spans over 240,000 net acres. The company views Duvernay as an asset with significant growth potential.
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Gas & Power

Repsol manages the Canaport™ LNG receiving and regasification terminal in Saint John, New Brunswick, which is jointly owned by Repsol (75%) and Irving Oil (25%). The Canaport LNG has a maximum send-out capacity of 1.2 billion cubic feet (Bcf) per day and primarily serves customers in the northeast United States and Canada.
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Social commitment

Our social investment program demonstrates our commitment to improving the quality of life of the communities where we live and work. Through dialogue and collaboration, we direct our investment funding towards education, the environment, and community empowering.

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Awarding talent in Indigenous communities

Our Indigenous Award Program is designed to recognize the efforts and talent of post-secondary students from the Indigenous communities in Alberta. The award may go toward the cost of tuition, books, or school supplies.

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Sustainability

We are committed to sustainable operations, which means incorporating ethical, environmental, and social aspects in our business decision-making processes. See our 2019 Canada Sustainability Plan.
Repsol in Canada. A neighbor and an operator chat while leaning against a fence.

Good Neighbor Program

Our Good Neighbour Program (GNP) establishes our commitments for managing the impact of our activities. We conduct our business with courtesy and respect, and consider open and honest communication a core value across our operations.
  • Contact

    Repsol Oil & Gas Canada, Inc.

    Bankers Hall West 

    Suite 2000, 888 3rd Street S.W 

    Calgary, Alberta, Canada, T2P 5C5