This study is composed of 2 phases, as well as numerous hydrodynamic maps/ graphs of the Slave Point Formation of NE British Columbia. Phase I is designed to collect all pressure and initial AOF data from the area and to construct P vs. E graphs and DST Recovery/ Hydraulic Systems maps. Phase II provides interpretative analysis/ classification of the reservoir drive mechanism, and illustrates production and pressure plots for each gas pool in the study area. It was considered necessary to evaluate the Keg River Fm, as hydraulic breaks in the Keg River may be indicative of Keg River level embayments. Drape of the Slave Point Fm over the Keg River embayments was considered to be the mechanism for localizing porosity in the Slave Point Fm and creating traps.