Posts Tagged ‘oil sand’

One Day – One Country: Canada

Canada to boost crude oil production 75% by 2035 According to its National Energy Board (NEB), Canada expects to increase its crude oil production 75% by 2035. In respect with the rising the demand in North America and in Asia, Canada sees the opportunity to target a volume of production […]

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After Fort Hills Total to revise upward Alberta Joslyn North Mine Oil Sand

Total to upsize Alberta Joslyn oil sand project by 50% After making the final investment decision (FID) on the Athabasca Fort Hills oil sand project in joint venture with Suncor Energy (Suncor), the French major company Total and its partners Suncor, Occidental Petroleum (Oxy) and Inpex, are considering to revise […]

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Canada back on track with major oil sands projects in Alberta

Shell makes final decision for Carmon Creek Project After the joint venture Suncor-Total which decided to proceed with their multibillion Fort Hills oil sands mining project in Athabasca region, Shell is making the final investment decision (FID) with its Carmon Creek oil sands project in Alberta. The two mega projects, […]

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Recoverable Reserves

Definition Recoverable reserves are defined as the proportion of resources, here oil and gas, that can be technically, economically and legally possible to extract. The recoverable reserves may also be called proven reserves. Comments The recoverable reserves may be far different from the total resources called total Petroleum Initially-In-Place (PIIP). This Petroleum Initially-In-Place (PIIP) is an […]

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PetroChina selects WorleyParsons for MacKay River and Dover projects

PetroChina to secure its oil supply chain  from Athabasca Fort McMurray to Kitimat, BC Step by step the China National Petroleum Company (CNPC or PetroChina), is putting in place all the pieces of its upstream puzzle from Athabasca, Alberta oil sands fields to Kitimat, BC. In 2011, PetroChina payed $1.9 billion […]

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SAGD

Definition SAGD is the acronym of Steam Assisted Gravity Drainage. The Steam Assisted Gravity Drainage is a process to produce oil from tar-sands. Comments The SAGD process has been developed in Ontario, then in Alberta by Imperial Oil (ExxonMobil) in the years 1970s. Canada holds the most important reserves of extra […]

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