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Canada s Oil Sands Sector is an ESG Leader Report

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27 03 2012  We quantified the wholesale transformation of the boreal landscape by open pit oil sands mining in Alberta Canada to evaluate its effect on carbon storage and sequestration Contrary to claims made in the media peatland destroyed by open pit mining will not be restored Current plans dictate its replacement with upland forest and tailings storage lakes amounting to the destruction of over

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Syncrude Canada Ltd a consortium of oil companies and the federal and provincial governments open an oil sands mining and upgrading project at Fort McMurray This effort combined with the Great Canadian Oil Sands Suncor Energy Ltd operation that began in 1967 increases the total mined bitumen in the province to more than 90 000 barrels per day

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A Comprehensive Guide to the Alberta Oil Sands

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17 05 2021  Canada s oil and gas sector is the largest and fastest rising source of greenhouse gas emissions in Canada accounting for 26 of the total The tar sands are a key culprit Between 1990 and 2018 tar sands production increased by 456 The industry s carbon footprint is greater than New Zealand and Kenya combined

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The Location of Oil Sands

Syncrude opens oil sands mining and bitumen upgrading mega project in northeastern Alberta Syncrude operations near Mildred Lake north of Fort McMurray late 1970s Source Courtesy of Syncrude Canada Ltd Partnership between industry and the Alberta Oil Sands Technology and Research Authority AOSTRA leads to commercialization of in situ recovery methods AOSTRA sponsored

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24 02 2020  A pond collects soil and water residue from oil sands mining near Fort McMurray Alberta The oil sands account for 60 percent of Canada s oil output

Oil sands 101

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Kearl is one of Canada s highest quality oil sands deposits and represents the next generation of oil sands mining Technology innovation is at the heart of Kearl We ve developed new approaches that enhance environmental performance and reduce cost For example our use of Paraffinic Froth Treatment technology and the integration of energy saving cogeneration means Kearl is able to

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Canadian Natural ResourcesOil Sands Mining Upgrading The Horizon Oil Sands include a surface oil sands mining and bitumen extraction plant complemented by on site bitumen upgrading with associated infrastructure to produce high quality SCO In late 2017 the Phase 3 expansion was completed at Horizon the final step in the Company s