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Working Energy Commitment June 2013. Presentation Outline Introduction to PSAC Working Energy Commitment Hydraulic Fracturing Overview Public Engagement.

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1 Working Energy Commitment June 2013

2 Presentation Outline Introduction to PSAC Working Energy Commitment Hydraulic Fracturing Overview Public Engagement Photo: Trican Well Service

3 Petroleum Services Association of Canada (PSAC) National trade association representing the service, supply and manufacturing sectors within the upstream petroleum industry. Close to 260 member companies, employing more than 80,000 people and contracting almost exclusively to oil and gas exploration and production companies.

4 Industry Responsibility & Authority Service SectorProducer Sector Contract to producers Innovate and provide specialized services, technologies and equipment for preparing, drilling, completing, testing, maintaining and abandoning oil and gas wells, and reclaiming lease sites AKA operators Explore for oil and gas Negotiate for land access and mineral rights Contract services as needed Oversee operations on their leases

5 PSAC is Working Energy

6 Goals Communicate the commitment of our members to listen to and openly discuss public concerns about oil and gas development; and Draw attention to the efforts our members put into mitigating the risk to health, safety and environmental impacts associated with their operations. Working Energy Commitment

7 Working Energy Commitment Founding Members

8 Working Energy Commitment Statement of Principles Operate safely and responsibly Meet or exceed all environmental standards Act with integrity Continually improve our practices and services Treat all members of the community with respect, dignity and trust

9 Hydraulic Fracturing Overview Photo: Trican Well Service

10 60 Years of Hydraulic Fracturing Photo: Halliburton

11 Hydraulic Fracturing Today R&D centres Scientific protocols Environmentally friendly chemistries Simulators to map out hydraulic fracturing operations Equipment to reduce wellsite footprint Real-time micro seismic monitoring and interpretation Graphic: Halliburton

12 Exploration in Alberta Map: ERCB

13 Hydraulic Fracturing Purpose Graphic: CSUR

14 Hydraulic Fracturing Process Pump fluid into a wellbore to create enough pressure to crack, or fracture, the rock layer Causes existing fractures to open or new fractures to be created Proppant, usually sand or ceramics, helps keep the fractures open to allow oil and gas to flow to the well

15 Many Steps in Hydraulic Fracturing Graphic: Trican Well Service

16 Many Steps in Hydraulic Fracturing Graphic: ERCB

17 Horizontal Drilling and Multistage Fracturing Graphic: ERCB

18 Hydraulic Fracturing Animation Video: Imperial Oil

19 Typical Fracture Fluid Composition Graphic: BC Oil & Gas Commission

20 Fracture Fluid Disclosure – fracfocus.ca

21 Alberta Energy Regulator (AER)

22 Public Engagement Spring/Summer 2013 Drayton Valley, AB Lethbridge, AB Grande Prairie, AB Dawson Creek, BC Red Deer, AB Medicine Hat, AB

23 Service Sector Hydraulic Fracturing Code of Conduct Health, Safety & the Environment Technology & Innovation Stakeholder Communication Respect for Communities

24 Working Energy Commitment


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