2 edition of Alberta oil sands story. found in the catalog.
Alberta oil sands story.
Alberta. Alberta Federal and Intergovernmental Affairs.
|LC Classifications||TN873.C22 A38 1974|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 44 leaves :|
|Number of Pages||44|
|LC Control Number||76352814|
FORT McMURRAY, Alberta — At a camp for oil workers here, a collection of 16 three-story buildings that once housed 2, workers sits empty. A Author: Ian Austen. Winner of the Rachel Carson Environment Book Award, from the Society of Environmental Journalists Canada has one third of the worlds oil source; it comes from the bitumen in the oil sands of Alberta. Advancements in technology and frenzied development have created the worlds largest energy project in Fort McMurray where, rather than shooting up like a fountain in the/5.
The Trudeau Syndrome: Real Climate Champions Love Oil Sands. Alberta tar sands are an important economic resource for l Resources Canada, a government body, notes: “The oil sands. The oil sands are an important part of Alberta’s and Canada’s economy. The industry is one of the largest employers in the country, responsible for more than , direct and indirect jobs. According to studies by the Canadian Energy Research Institute, the oil sands will pay an estimated $trillion in taxes and royalties.
Article content. Fifty years after the first oilsands mine sprung to life in northeast Alberta, Indigenous communities in the region struggle to reconcile economic prosperity with ongoing. As the price of crude oil edged up and beyond $ a barrel, the money grew so that by mid, the Alberta government had lea square kilometres of .
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Tar Sands critically examines the frenzied development in the Canadian tar sands and the far-reaching implications for all of North America. Bitumen, Alberta oil sands story. book sticky stuff that ancients used to glue the Tower of Babel together, is the world’s most expensive hydrocarbon.
This difficult-to-find resource has made Canada the number-one supplier of oil to the United States, and every major oil company /5(16). The Alberta oil sands story. [Alberta. Alberta Federal and Intergovernmental Affairs.] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Contacts Search for a Library.
Create Book\/a>, schema:CreativeWork\/a>. Praise for Developing Alberta’s Oil Sands: Developing Alberta’s Oil Sands is a well-researched, well-written, tightly argued book As oil sands development intensifies, the story will continue. For now, though, this is the definitive study. —Bonar A.
Gow, The Canadian Historical Review. A valuable and easily accessible narrative of the. Alberta's oil sands represent a vast and untapped oil reserve that could reasonably supply all of Canada's energy needs for the next years. With an estimated billion barrels of recoverable oil at stake, the quest to develop this natural resource has been undertaken by many powerful actors, both nationally and internationally.
Using research that integrates the economic, political. The Syncrude oil sands plant is seen north of Fort McMurray, Alberta. The oil sands give Alberta the third largest reserves in the world, but extracting the oil.
"Tar Sands exposes the disastrous environmental, social and political costs of the Alberta oil sands and argues forcefully for a change." -Prairie Books Now "Tar Sands provides an excellent guide to all of the environmental repercussions of our oil dependency.
The political analysis is also good, sounding a warning about our dangerous energy. In two new books, the authors explore Canada's divisive debate over the oil sands and global warming from dramatically different perspectives.
Turner is a. The completed Alberta Government Oil Sands Project plant, ca. Source: University of Alberta, - detail Alberta government issues report on oil sands potential.
Cover of Sidney Blair’s Report on the Alberta Bituminous Sands commissioned by the Government of Alberta, Source: Provincial Archives of Alberta, PRbox The Athabasca oil sands, also known as the Athabasca tar sands, are large deposits of bitumen or extremely heavy crude oil, located in northeastern Alberta, Canada – roughly centred on the boomtown of Fort oil sands, hosted primarily in the McMurray Formation, consist of a mixture of crude bitumen (a semi-solid rock-like form of crude oil), silica sand, clay minerals, and nates: 57°01′N °39′W / °N.
The Patch is the story of Fort McMurray and the oil sands in northern Alberta, the world’s second largest proven reserve of oil. But this is no conventional story about the oil business.
Rather, it is a portrait of the world of the Patch, showing just how deeply the oil sands continue to impact the lives of everyone around the world.5/5(8).
The Suncor oil sands facility seen from a helicopter near Fort McMurray, Alta., on J Jeff McIntosh/The Canadian Press Alberta has a. As demonstrated by the Alberta-Ottawa “energy wars” of the s, resource ownership has been one of the most contentious issues related to the oil sands.
Alberta Oil Sands Technology and Research Authority. Premier Peter Lougheed’s Progressive Conservative government took leadership in speeding up the development of new oil sands technology. Alberta Oil Sands. Edited by Kevin E. Percy. Vol Pages () Download full volume. Previous volume. Ecological Analogues for Biomonitoring Industrial Sulfur Emissions in the Athabasca Oil Sands Region, Alberta, Canada.
Book chapter Full text access. The Patch is the story of Fort McMurray and the oil sands in northern Alberta, the world’s second largest proven reserve of oil. But this is no conventional story about the oil business.
Rather, it is a portrait of the world of the Patch, showing just how deeply the oil sands continue to impact the lives of everyone around the ed on: Novem Alberta's oil sands are the third-largest proven crude oil reserve in the world, next to Saudi Arabia and Venezuela.
The Electronic Transfer System (ETS) provides secure access to account holders to do business with Alberta Energy and Environment and Parks. Alberta's oil sands are the third-largest.
Canada's "no. 1 defender of freedom of speech" and the bestselling author of Shakedown makes the timely and provocative case that when it comes to oil, ethics matter just as much as the economy and the environment. InEzra Levant's bestselling book Shakedown revealed the corruption of Canada's human rights commissions and was declared the "most important public affairs book /5(75).
The Alberta tar sands are one of the biggest oil reserves in the world. Yet extracting the fossil fuel costs more than the profits it's fetching. 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 : Clifford Krauss.
Find out the real story about the Alberta oil sands, including the challenges we are facing and how the Government of Alberta is addressing them as a responsible energy producer.
ABOUT US We want to bring only the best in class results regarding the oil industry and environmental safety at the same time. One of our main goals is to be a leader in environmental responsibility.
We also want to create healthy community relationships in order. The Alberta Oil and Gas Conservation Board hears an application from Great Canadian Oil Sands Ltd., for the right to commercially produce oil with a $million project.
Author: Steve Jenkinson, Calgary Herald.From Miracle To Menace is the first and most comprehensive examination of the details and complexities of these complex and intertwined issues. Where Alberta and the country are going, and the future of both as dealing with climate change grows as a major global geopolitical challenge.Developing Alberta's Oil Sands is a well-researched, well-written, tightly argued book As oil sands development intensifies, the story will continue.
For now, though, this is the definitive study. —Bonar A. Gow, The Canadian Historical Review "About this title" may belong to another edition of this title/5(2).