Table R7.2      Remaining established reserves of sulphur from natural gas as of December 31, 2016a
Field Remaining reserves of marketable gas (106 m3) H2S content (%)b Remaining established reserves of sulphur
Gas (106 m3) Solid (103 t)
Brazeau River 8 143 2.9 270 366
Burnt Timber 1 404 20.6 439 595
Caroline 4 740 11.7 740 1 002
Coleman 747 26.6 300 407
Crossfield 2 569 16.9 660 894
Crossfield East 1 546 27.9 742 1 005
Elmworth 22 117 1.1 258 350
Hanlan 5 420 8.9 641 869
Jumping Pound West 2 109 6.6 174 235
Kaybob South 14 541 1.1 186 252
Limestone 2 881 12.6 497 673
Marsh 1 127 13.5 196 266
Moose 1 743 12.5 282 381
Okotoks 1 342 32.5 809 1 096
Pembina 29 179 0.5 198 269
Pine Creek 3 667 6.1 263 356
Rainbow 7 995 1.9 170 230
Rainbow South 2 232 7.5 235 318
Ricinus 3 216 4.3 161 218
Ricinus West 629 32.1 348 472
Simonette 2 323 7.9 219 297
Waterton 2 322 23.9 922 1 250
Wildcat Hills 4 433 4.3 226 306
Wimborne 1 440 9.6 167 226
Windfall 1 645 13.0 295 400
Subtotal 129 510 5.5 9 397 12 733
All other fields 628 928 0.3 2 373 3 216
Total 758 438 1.4 11 770 15 949
a Any discrepancies are due to rounding.
b Volume-weighted average based on remaining raw producible gas.