Thanks for the summary.

In simple terms the PHC accumulations at on the IFR lands appear to be structural traps verses stratigraphic.  Although the presence of source rock and reservoirs appear to present in both the northern and southern portions of the Canol, there seems to be a fundamental difference in the degree of HC potential (whether oil or gas rich isn't the issue); this appears to similar to the western Bakken basin.  Bakken wells to the north (near the 49th parallel) appear to be economic while as wells to the south appear to be uneconomic and largely suspended or abandoned. I expect that that the variables dictating the economic potential of a given well is also subject to other influencing factors like clay and silica content, TOC, fracture propagation, well skin effects, and possibly effective selection of the vertical interval in itself.   With regard to the presentation materials, IFR Bakken lands, from a very simplistic and lay persons view, appear to be largely situated near the southern half of the regional play and may be prone to mitigating influences that appear to result in less prolific potential for  economic wells .Any thoughts on this assertion?