The following maps show the current disposition of mineral rights in Alberta for different mineral commodities.
Maps are available in the Government of Alberta standard format of PDF (Adobe Acrobat).
Interactive maps are also available.
Metallic and Industrial Minerals Client List
A list of current metallic and industrial minerals designated representatives
and their reference identification number.
Ammonite Shell Activity Map - Lethbridge Area
A map of the Lethbridge area showing the current ammonite shell dispositions.
Ammonite Shell Client List
A list of current ammonite shell designated representatives and their reference I.D. number.
Coal Client List
A list of current coal designated representatives and their reference i.d. number.
Ethane extraction facilities map
A map of Alberta showing the current ethane extraction facilities.
Map of Natural Gas Infrastructure
This map indicates operating natural gas wells, facilities and pipelines in the province.
Map of the Natural Gas HUB
The Alberta Hub is part of a North American network linking 500,000 kilometres of pipelines and accessing markets representing more than half of North America’s combined natural gas demand. Alberta’s natural gas processing and distribution hub is the key to unlocking the full potential of Alaska and Mackenzie Valley gas.
Deeper Rights Reversion Zone Designation (DRRZD) was introduced into the Department of Energy's tenure system in 1976. Go to the DRRZD Legend and Log Look up.
Zone Designations (ZDs) were created in the early 1950s for the Department of Energy’s natural gas leases and describe specific intervals or zones proven capable of producing gas in paying quantities. Go to the ZD Legend and Log Look up.
Shallow Rights Implementation Options - Maps shown of potential options for implementing shallow rights reversion, as presented on September 4th, 2008 at the Open House.
Oil Pipelines Map
Location of Alberta oil pipelines
Answers to frequently asked questions about interactive and PDF maps.
Alberta Energy has provided this information as a resource for stakeholders and members of the public. Although extensive effort has been made to produce error free and complete data, all geographical information has limitations due to the scale, resolution, date and interpretation of the original source materials. Users are responsible for verifying the data prior to making decisions based on the mineral information provided on this website.