1 edition of Guidelines respecting an application for a commercial crude bitumen recovery and upgrading project. found in the catalog.
On cover: 1981.
|Statement||published for Alberta Environment and the Energy Resources Conservation Board by ERCB|
|Publishers||published for Alberta Environment and the Energy Resources Conservation Board by ERCB|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 85 p. :|
|Number of Pages||62|
|2||Guide (Alberta. Energy Resources Conservation Board) -- G-23.|
|3||Guide -- G-23|
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One kilogram of hydrogen may be produced by electrolysis from water with the expenditure of about 50kWh.necessary for an oil sands project to proceed is attached as Appendix 3. Public Health and Safety 9. A useful byproduct of the operation would be the oxygen stream from the electrolysis process.
The upper estimate is approaching half of Canada's current CO2 emissions. 00532 tonnes, of hydrogen per barrel of syncrude. The bitumen produced from this process is not equivalent to normal crude oil as it is much "heavier" with a preponderance of high carbon content components. 0344 tonnes of carbon dioxide emissions per barrel of syncrude produced or 0. It is difficult to predict the impact on oil use of international concerns with increasing levels of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere.
Under the Activities Designation Regulation,33 may require an approval from the Alberta Minister of the Environment with respect to waste management. Federal Regulation of Oil and Gas Activities. The key aspects of this Act are the prevention and management of risks posed by toxic and harmful substances, managing environmental and human health impacts of products of biotechnology, marine pollution, disposal at sea, vehicle, engine and equipment emissions, fuels, hazardous wastes, environmental emergencies, and other sources of pollution.
Carbon Dioxide Emissions from Syncrude Production Natural gas is currently the fuel of choice in the oil sands industry. Description of the Alberta Oil Sands Oil sands are composed primarily of sand, bitumen, mineral-rich clays and water. As a result of these amendments, the ERCB will no longer issue industrial development permits.
Background The Project was initiated by BA Energy Inc. Carbon Dioxide Emissions from Near Surface Bitumen Deposits and Upgrading We review the technical potential for nuclear energy as a means of recovering oil from Alberta's tar sands while essentially eliminating greenhouse gas emissions relative to production using natural gas.