Information related to well activity regulated by the AER as authorized by various acts of the Province of Alberta and the regulations under those acts. Some public information is available through the OneStop Public Map Viewer. For information related to well applications, please see Applications
- Product Name
- Frequency of Publication
- As requested
Well logging is a process in which specialty tools are run down a borehole to take recordings at various depths of physical or chemical properties of the rocks and fluids penetrated or encountered by drilling the well.
Well logs are made available as submitted by the Licensee in LAS (digital) and RASTER (all image formats, including color) format.
One LAS record will equal one raw log and one raw log can have one or multiple curves.
Geological reports that go with well logs are not required to be submitted and therefore are not made available. See Geological/Other Studies Reports for reports relating to the sampling of drill cuttings and core for geological and other analysis.
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|Weekly (52 issues)||LAS||$3,783.00|
|Weekly (52 Issues)||Raster||$6,500.00|
|All files available for 1993 to current||LAS||$40,124.00|
|All files for July 2013 to current||Raster||$2,178.00|
|Single UWI - All logs for the UWI (Raster is TIFF, PDF, or RMI)||Raster||$11.00|
|Single UWI - All logs for the UWI||LAS||$11.00|