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Conventional crude oil reserves in Canada 1951-2019

Since 1951, Canadian conventional crude oil reserves oscillated, peaking at some 1.62 billion cubic meters in 1970. By 2003, figures decreased to 676.3 million cubic meters and rose to around 827.9 million cubic meters in 2005. Between 2006 and 2014, conventional crude oil reserves fluctuated between 636.1 million and 797.3 million cubic meters. From 2015 onwards, Canadian reserves continuously increased and stood at 818.8 million cubic meters.

Conventional crude oil reserves in Canada from 1951 to 2019*

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Release date

September 2019



Survey time period

1951 to 2019

Supplementary notes

* Conventional crude oil reserves remaining at end of each year.
** Proved reserves.

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