The Lower Cretaceous Bluesky sand of the Bassett Area in northwestern Alberta produces gas from a series of structural-stratigraphic traps formed as the Bluesky sand follows the structural configura- tion of the Precretaceous unconformity. A hydrodynamic analysis of the Bluesky sand drill stem tests indicates a number of pressure systems each with a separate gas-water contact. Miami Amoco Bassett 10-16-105-1 W6 and Amoco Miami A-1 Bassen 6-12-105-1 W6 are situated in the same pressure system and are structurally above a gas-water contact. These wells have recovered significant volumes of gas upon evaluation. Can Hunter, et al, Haig 10-34-104-3 W6 is located in a separate pressure system, to the west, and is also structurally above a gas-water contact but failed to recover gas upon evaluation.