(Mushroom?) cloud over oil sands
Private company’s plan for Alberta nuclear plant faces long road; industry watches from sidelines, despite need for alternative power
For Petroleum News
As the Alberta oil sands swing from mining to in-situ operations — only three of the next 14 projects will rely on mining to extract raw bitumen — so does the hunger for natural gas to generate the steam which drives in-situ technology.
And finding enough gas to drive oil sands operations, while ca....
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Decisive debate likely
Delivery of power an issue
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