Crude oil initial reserves in Canada by region and type 2016

This statistic shows the initial established crude oil reserves in Canada in 2016, sorted by region and type of oil. At that time, Alberta had the highest light crude oil reserves in Canada, with some 2.6 billion cubic meters in 2016.

Crude oil initial reserves in Canada in 2016, by region and type (in 1,000 cubic meters)*

Light Heavy
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Release date

May 2018



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Supplementary notes

* Initial established reserves.
** Alberta Light is light & medium,
*** Saskatchewan Heavy includes some medium.
Missing values indicate the absence of heavy crude oil in that region.

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