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In Situ Process

Wednesday, September 12, 2007
It is „cleaner, more efficient and sustainable with less oil wasted in the extraction process..

A SQUARE :: 12Sep07 In Situ Process
Category Oil Sands
Author Sona Blessing
Moore and Mehta are currently partnering with 22 companies on the project, in Calgary’s oil patch .Their work has drawn attention because in situ combustion typically burns up only 10% of the targeted oil, an amount that would be unrecoverable anyway. Besides, there are no other processes yet, that can enhance the recovery under environmental or technological considerations, including on-shore and offshore locations.
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