Testing big leagues with new technology
Juniors bring talent to table, advancing ‘next big thing’ in Alberta oil sands by embarking on pilot projects in carbonate rocks
For Petroleum News
Investment banker Tristone Capital (now Macquarie Capital) observed last year that the Alberta oil sands region covers an area the size of Florida.
Thus, it suggested, a chunk equivalent to Disneyworld has the potential to support a 100,000-barrel-per-day project — “hugely material for a C$100 mill....
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Increased recoveries expected
Carbonates in Grosmont
No proven technology
Sunshine planning pilot
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