3 edition of overview assessment of in situ development in the Athabasca deposit found in the catalog.
overview assessment of in situ development in the Athabasca deposit
R.D. Reg Humphreys Engineering and Management Consultants.
|Statement||by R.D. "Reg" Humphreys Engineering and Management Consultants Ltd. for Alberta Oil Sands Environmental Research Program.|
|Series||AOSERP program management report ;, PM-1|
|Contributions||Alberta Oil Sands Environmental Research Program.|
|LC Classifications||TN873.C22 A63|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 83 p. :|
|Number of Pages||83|
|LC Control Number||81450451|
In , weekly water withdrawal by mineable and in situ oil sands producers from the Athabasca River ranged from % to % of the measured flow rate during the winter period, and from % to % of measured flow rate during the open water period. Below, we provide an overview of eight companies active in uranium exploration and development. Appia Energy. Appia Energy (CNSX: API; US-OTC: APAAF) is involved with rare earth and uranium exploration in the Athabasca basin of Saskatchewan. It holds a % interest in the sq. km Alces Lake property, 34 km east of Uranium City. The Athabasca oil sands are named after the Athabasca River which cuts through the heart of the deposit, and traces of the heavy oil are readily observed on the river banks. Historically, the bitumen was used by the indigenous Cree and Dene Aboriginal peoples to waterproof their canoes. The oil deposits are located within the boundaries of Treaty 8, and several First Nations of the area are Coordinates: 57°01′N °39′W / °N °W.
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This overview is aimed at providing Insight and general direction to research managers and scientists regarding in situ oil sands development. Overview assessment of in situ development in the Athabasca deposit book report outlines oil sands deposits in Alberta in general and in the AOSERP study area in particular that are relevant to in situ technology and by: 1.
Athabasca Basin. The empirical term ‘associated’ is chosen because some genetic aspects are still under debate and the deposits occupy a wide range of spatial positions and shapes with respect to the unconformity.
An expanded version of this paper introduces the final volume for EXTECH IV, Athabasca Uranium Multidisciplinary Study File Size: 5MB. The Athabasca oil sands deposit, Alberta, Canada, overview assessment of in situ development in the Athabasca deposit book one of the largest known hydrocarbon accumulations.
The efficient exploitation of this deposit, as well as other oil sand accumulations throughout the world, is based onin situ recovery and surface mining methods. Quantitative modeling of deposit heterogeneity provides a valuable engineering by: 2. Assessing the Influence of in situ Industrial Development on Caribou (Rangifer tarandus) Movement in the Lower Athabasca Planning Region of Alberta Final Report Prepared for the Ecological Monitoring Committee of the Lower Athabasca by The Alberta Biodiversity Monitoring Institute and Alberta Innovates – Technology Futures Octo Seismic geomorphology and sedimentology of overview assessment of in situ development in the Athabasca deposit book tidally influenced river deposit, Lower Cretaceous Athabasca oil sands, Alberta, Canada In-situ development relies on heat transfer through the reservoir via horizontal steam injection wells placed 4 to 6 m (13–20 ft) above horizontal producers near the base of the sandstone reservoirs.
Cited by: An historical overview of the discovery and development of the Athabasca Oil Sands is given in Carrigy and Kramers (), with updates presented in Strom (), Houlihan and Evans. The Alberta deposits have been evaluated by the drilling of numerous wells, by extensive laboratory and field experimental work directed toward development of both mining and in situ methods, and by the work at Athabasca on a commercial scale.
tional oil reserves in the Middle East. Athabasca oil sands deposit is the world's largest known petroleum resource, which contains more than trillion bar-rels in the ground. The Cold Lake oil sands contain billion barrels, and the Peace River deposit is es-timated to have billion barrels (Petroleum Com-munication Foundation, ).
Given the soil deposit shown in Figure Ex. the groundwater table is located at a depth d = 1 m below the overview assessment of in situ development in the Athabasca deposit book ground surface.
A 6 m thick clay layer underlies the 4 m thick sand layer. Figure Ex. Schematic illustration of soil deposit subjected to loading generated by raising the ground level.
To view the Assessment Roll click here. To view the Assessment Roll click here. Text-Size: A A A. The Athabasca deposit being in the lowest sandstone resting unconformably on Devonian limestones and been responsible for in situ water-washing and biodegradation of the Athabasca oil sands.” (J.J.
Adams et al,) open pit mining has been central to oil sands development. Only 7% of the Athabasca Oil Sands deposit can be mined using. There are two ways to extract bitumen from the oil sands: either mine the entire deposit and gravity separate the bitumen, or extract the bitumen in-place (or in-situ) using steam without disturbing the technique used depends on the depth of the deposit.
Learn more about how oil sands deposits are developed, from the ground to your gas tank, and beyond. The Athabasca Oil Sands (AOS) deposit, the largest petroleum accumulation in the world, is extremely heterogeneous with respect to physical reservoir characteristics such as geometry, component.
Economic Development Contacts MUNICIPAL. Town of Athabasca. Chief Administrative Officer. Josh Pyrcz. - 49 Avenue. Athabasca, AB T9S 1B7. Telephone: () PROVINCIAL. Alberta Economic Development. Regional Development Branch. 4 th Floor, Commerce Place.
- Street. Edmonton, AB T5J 4L6. Contact: Audrey Alberecht-Lee. the “easiest” bitumen of the Athabasca deposit, which lie within 70 meters of the surface – roughly 20 percent of Alberta’s deposits, and percent ( square kilometres) of the total oil sands land area, in Alberta.3 The remainder must be developed using in situ methods such as.
The Athabasca oil sands, also known as the Athabasca tar sands, are large deposits of bitumen or extremely heavy crude oil, located in northeastern Alberta, Canada – roughly centred on the boomtown of Fort oil sands, hosted primarily in the McMurray Formation, consist of a mixture of crude bitumen (a semi-solid rock-like form of crude oil), silica sand, clay minerals, and nates: 57°01′N °39′W / °N.
This business plan for the four-year period beginning April 1,was prepared under the direction of Athabasca University Governing Council in accordance with the Government Accountability Act and directions provided by Alberta Advanced Education. All material economic and fiscal data, as of Maof whichFile Size: 1MB.
A PFS was completed in accordance with NI in September and is highlighted by the selection of the in-situ recovery (“ISR”) mining method for the development of the Phoenix deposit, with an estimated average operating cost of $ (US$) per pound U 3 O 8.
The TCM on Technologies for the Treatment of Effluents from Uranium Mines, Mills and Tailings was held in Vienna from 1 to 4 November and was attended by twelve participants from eleven countries.
Ten papers were presented covering effluent treatment at operating mines and at facilities that are being decommissioned. effects of alternative development scenarios by assessing performance of key indicators using models (iii)Identify management options for each scenario that will support optimal achievement of environmental, social and economic outcomes articulated in the Lower Athabasca Regional Plan and subregional outcomes that may emerge.
largest is the Athabasca deposit, located in the province’s northeast in while SAGD is the in situ technology of choice in the Athabasca deposit. The choice is based on a number of things including geology.
The technologies / ALBERTA OIL SANDS INDUSTRY QUARTERLY UPDATE. Uranium Raw Material for the Nuclear Fuel Cycle: Book of Abstracts and Extended Abstracts Exploration, Mining, Production, Supply and Demand, Economics and Environmental Issues Organized by the URAM topography, as well as the in situ properties of the rock mass above the deposit.
The impacts of subsidence are potentially severe in terms of damage to surface utility lines and struc tures, changes in surface-water and ground-water conditions, and effects on vegetation and animals.
Although subsidenceCited by: The Pembina Institute's book Death by a Thousand Cuts: The Impacts of In Situ Oil Sands Development on Alberta's Boreal Forest examines the environmental impacts of in situ (in place) development of deep oil sands that has the potential to affect a forested region 50 times larger than the areas leased for oil sands mining north of Fort McMurray.
An accompanying fact sheet and interactive. Canada’s Oil Sands Innovation Alliance (COSIA) Mailing Address 5th Avenue SW, Suite Calgary, Alberta T2P 3R7. Phone: Email: [email protected] Oil sands development in Alberta has been intensifying over the past few years as reserves of conventional crude oil diminish.
A large part of the development involves the Athabasca Oil Sands deposit in northeastern Alberta, which has made this region the focus of the Regional Sustainable Development Strategy. Chevron is currently field testing an in-situ thermal recovery process termed Heated Annulus SteamDrive (HASDrive) on the Lower Cretaceous Athabasca tar sand deposit at the Alberta Oil Sands Technology Research Authority (AOSTRA) Underground Test Facility (UTF) site.
A cross-section of the Cold Lake area deposit shows the depth of the oil sands layer that makes the bitumen in this deposit recoverable only through in situ extraction “The Athabasca Oil Sands Development—50 Years in Preparation” in Origin and Refining of Frances J.
Historical Overview of the Fort McMurray Area and Oil. This book provides an in-depth assessment of international technology for the recovery and upgrading of heavy crude oil and tar sands.
The technologies included are currently in use, under development, or planned; emphasis is placed on post activities. MEADOW CREEK WEST PROJECT VOLUME 2 ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT Introduction September Suncor Energy Inc.
REGULATORY FRAMEWORK. Suncor is seeking the following approvals from the AER for the Meadow Creek West Project: • Approval to construct and operate a 40, bpd (6, m.
3 /d) in situ bitumen recovery. The Athabasca oil sands are named after the Athabasca River which cuts through the heart of the deposit, and traces of the heavy oil are readily observed on the river banks.
Historically, the bitumen was used by the indigenous Cree and Dene Aboriginal peoples to waterproof their canoes. The oil deposits are located within the boundaries of Treaty 8, and several First Nations of the area are Coordinates: 57°01′N °39′W / °N.
80% drilling (in situ) 80% of oil sands reserves are too deep to be mined so are recovered in place, or in situ, by drilling wells. Drilling (in situ) methods create modest land disturbance and do not require tailings ponds. Advanced technology is used to inject steam, combustion or other sources of.
Assessment of Alberta’s Crude Bitumen Resources. Marsh and T. Hurst Alberta Energy and Utilities Board, Calgary, AB, Canada. Introduction. The mission of the Alberta Energy and Utilities Board (EUB), an independent quasi-judicial government body whose energy roots were created inis to ensure the discovery, development, and delivery of Alberta’s energy resource and utilities.
Visit the CIBC Banking location at - 50th Street in Athabasca, Alberta T9S1C8 for your everyday on: th Street, Athabasca, T9S1C8. The In situ Footprint Monitoring Project (the In situ project) was completed by the ALCES Group.
The intent of the project was to establish a foundation for ongoing monitoring of the in situ development footprint that would ultimately assist stakeholders and regulators in responsible land management and sustainable development. The Athabasca oil sands are named after the Athabasca River which cuts through the heart of the deposit, and traces of the heavy oil are readily observed on the river banks.
Historically, the bitumen was used by the indigenous Cree and Dene Aboriginal peoples to waterproof their canoes. The oil deposits are located within the boundaries of Treaty 8, and several First Nations of the area are. Longshan is an important Sb-Au ore deposit ( Mt @ wt. % Sb and g/t Au) in the Xiangzhong metallogenic province (XZMP), South China.
In the present work, trace element composition, Sm-Nd isotope dating, and Sr isotope of scheelite from the Longshan Sb-Au deposit are used to constrain the genesis of the deposit. Based on mineral assemblages and geological characteristics, two types of Cited by: 5.
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Denison is a uranium exploration and development company with interests focused in the Athabasca Basin region of northern Saskatchewan, Canada. In addition to the Wheeler River project, Denison's Athabasca Basin exploration portfolio consists of numerous projects. unconformity-related uranium deposit, south-central Athabasca Basin: Highlights of geology, alteration, and deposit evolution.
Saskatchewan Geological Survey Open HouseAbstract volume, p Ansdell, K., and the CMIC Footprints Porject team, An overview of the uranium component of the CMIC Footprints Project.
Pdf of the Canadian oil sands are located in Alberta, with billion barrels of recoverable bitumen underlying pdfsquare kilometres of the province, 2 an area that is roughly the size of the state of Florida.
This unconventional oil is currently extracted using surface mining or in situ (in place) drilling methods, depending on the depth of the deposit. Depending on the depth of the deposit, two different methods of extraction are commonly adopted, download pdf, surface mining (i.e., digging into shallow deposits) and in situ drilling (i.e., pumping from recovery wells after injecting high temperature steam to reduce the heavy oil's viscosity) [Chalaturnyk et al., ].Cited by: The Athabasca oil ebook (or tar sands) are large deposits of bitumen or extremely heavy crude oil, ebook in northeastern Alberta, Canada – roughly centred on the boomtown of Fort McMurray.
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