The Surmont Project is a proposed multi-phased development with a total design capacity of approximately 120,000 bpd.
MEG Energy’s Growth Properties comprise leases to the south and west of MEG's current operations.
Beneath the surface of MEG's Christina Lake leases are an estimated 2.0 billion barrels of proved plus probable reserves. This large resource base is the foundation of our current production and future growth plans.
MEG is also deploying eMSAGP technology to maximize production out of existing assets.
These proven technologies have demonstrated economic and environmental advantages. While the benefits of using proven technology are the foundation of our approach, we also actively investigate technologies such as our proprietary enhanced bitumen recovery processes eMSAGP and eMVAPEX that potentially provide further improvements to resource recovery while reducing our costs and environmental footprint.