• Corridor Resources reported that completion and production operations at its McCully gas field in New Brunswick are progressing and that this year's program is anticipated to be completed by the end of November. Corridor expects the seven new wells to initially supply between 18 mmcf and 24 mmcf per day of gross new gas capacity to supplement the 22 mmcf a day of gross current production from previous wells in the field.
  • ExxonMobil Canada, as operator of the Sable Offshore Energy Project (SOEP), stated that it continues to explore its options to spud a new well in the Alma field in 2009, including the possibility of sharing a rig with EnCana with respect to its Deep Panuke project in the waters southeast of Halifax. The Alma field is ready for another well, but it would be more economical if the cost of bringing in a rig could be shared.