This study focusses on updating an existing study with recently released well data and integrating it with seismic and geology data. The study area size was reduced to focus on the Buick Creek-Ladyfern corridor. Results from this study indicate that the Hay River hydraulic system is the main regional aquifer system within both the Slave Point and Sulphur Point formations in this area. The Ring-Paddy system to the east is likely in hydraulic communication with the Hay River system. The Buick Creek-Ladyfern, Hamburg and Chinchaga River systems appear to be isolated from the Hay River and Ring-Paddy hydraulic systems by the Hotchkiss Embayment, as indicated by the large pressure break across this embayment. All the gas gradients within the Buick Creek-Ladyfern corridor appear to contact similar water gradient, indicating regional pressure continuity. The drawdown currently observed in the Buick Creek area may be adequately explained by production within the area itself. Thus, it is presently not necessary to invoke Ladyfern as a cause of drawdown in the Buick Creek area.