This project contains a head map, a pressure versus elevation graph and a drill stem test recovery map for the Triassic Montney Reservoir in the study area. The Montney Formation has been interpreted as a gas and oil-charged Deep Basin reservoir containing isolated water pockets (limited aquifers). Descriptions of the Fox Creek East, Ring-Border/Pedigree and Kaybob pools are provided to support the Deep Basin interpretation. Results from the study have shown that the Montney Reservoir contains many of the common features of the Deep Basin: updip water, lower pressured gas-charged reservoir downdip of the Deep Basin Edge, downdip higher pressured reservoirs, equilibrium gas columns, transitional gas columns and isolated water and oil pockets. As shown by the Kaybob, Fox Creek East and Pedigree/Ring-Border examples, the possibility exists for there to be extensive (many townships) areas of gas-charged reservoir containing isolated oil pools and water pockets.