Our Resource Base

MEG Energy’s leases are located in the southern Athabasca, an active producing region with a high quality resource base. MEG’s leases cover approximately 1,100 square kilometres (421 square miles) over three key asset areas:

Beneath the surface of MEG's Christina Lake leases are an estimated 2.0 billion barrels of proved plus probable reserves1. This large resource base is the foundation of our current production and future growth plans.

The concentration of MEG’s leases in the southern Athabasca allows us to leverage our geological expertise in the region as we expand our operations. Christina Lake — the current focus of MEG's oil development — is familiar territory. The geological trend found at Christina Lake also underlies Surmont, further north.

We know the play — and how to play it.

Leases Map

1 Best-estimate contingent resources

* See Oil and Gas Information section of our Legal Notice

* Up to date as of March 31, 2021.