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Media Contacts

U.S.:

Chip Minty

Manager, Media Relations
405-228-8647
chip.minty@dvn.com


Tim Hartley

Media Relations
405-552-4994
tim.hartley@dvn.com




Canada:

Nadine Barber, Devon's Canadian Division
Manager, Public Affairs and Corporate Communications
403-232-7695
nadine.barber@dvn.com


Media Library
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A pump jack in Artesia, N.M., produces oil from the Permian Basin. The basin, a source of some of the earliest gas and oil discoveries in the United States, provides Devon with both natural gas and oil production and continues to offer the company exploration and low-risk development opportunities.

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Devon’s Bridgeport natural gas processing plant is one of the largest in the country, serving thousands of gas wells in the Barnett Shale field in north Texas. The plant has a capacity of 620 million cubic feet of natural gas per day, and is capable of producing 52,000 barrels of natural gas liquids per day.

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A rig drills for natural gas in Carthage, Texas. Devon’s long-standing presence in east Texas has allowed the company to build a significant lease position in the Haynesville Shale, an emerging play that shows promise as a major new source of natural gas for the nation.

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In east Texas, Devon produces natural gas from several formations that lay thousands of feet under the towns of Carthage, Groesbeck and surrounding areas. Here, Devon is applying horizontal drilling and completion technologies that have significantly improved well economics.

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A pump jack produces oil from the Powder River Basin near Gillette, Wyo. The basin covers much of northeast Wyoming and is one of the richest areas for hydrocarbons in the Rocky Mountains. Devon operates both coalbed natural gas wells and conventional oil wells in the basin.

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A Devon drilling operation targets shale natural gas in the Horn River Basin, situated in far northeast British Columbia. The area’s shale plays have similarities to the Barnett and other shale basins throughout the United States, which Devon and others are successfully developing.

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Devon’s Jackfish oil sands project, a steam-assisted gravity drainage operation, produced about 35,000 gross barrels of oil per day in 2009. Devon was the first U.S-based independent energy company to develop and operate an oil sands project in Canada, where oil reserves are second only to Saudi Arabia in size.

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The San Juan Basin in northwest New Mexico holds particular importance for Devon. In 1989, Devon pioneered the production of coalbed natural gas through its operations in this basin. Today, Devon produces gas from hundreds of wells in the region.

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Cana Rig

Devon overcame considerable technical challenges during the exploration phase of the Cana Woodford Shale of West-Central Oklahoma. Today, the play is a cornerstone asset for Devon. The company has drilled hundreds of wells there and remains its largest producer.

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Cana

Devon’s Cana Plant will have a processing capacity of 350 million cubic feet of natural gas and 30,000 barrels of natural gas liquids per day when an expansion project is finished in 2013. The plant services wells throughout West-Central Oklahoma.

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