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Norwegian 1. Fort McMurray is the locale spawning the controversy. Fort McMurray has grown so fast that 34 workers live in dormitories nearby. Trucks haul loads of sand that weigh tons — more than a Boeing The sand is boiled and shaken in vats three stories tall to coax out bitumen. That would equal about one-fifth of its current production, which comes mainly from in and around the North Sea.
The veteran of North Sea oil rigs says the extraction method that Statoil and dozens of operators are using in Canada could allay environmental concerns. Instead of levelling kilometres of forest, Statoil drills wells in cleared patches as small as 1. Then, in a process called steam-assisted gravity drainage SAGD , it injects steam into the wells to melt bitumen underground.
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It requires 28m3 of natural gas and litres of fresh water for every barrel of crude. On top of that, producing petrol from oil sands crude spews 20 percent more carbon than refining the fuel from light crude, he says.
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Bacher says Statoil aims to reduce carbon emissions per barrel by 40 percent by by using less steam and natural gas. The stench from sulphur residue stacked eight stories tall can reach a helicopter at m. Environment Canada, the government agency that protects human health and the environment, says carbon dioxide emissions from the oil sands may triple by , putting the country further behind on its Copenhagen Accord commitments to slow global warming. All oil sands development prolongs fossil-fuel dependence, says Nathan Lemphers, an analyst at Canadian environmental research organisation Pembina Institute.
He says taxes on existing operations should pay for wind and solar research. That price made oil sands crude prohibitively expensive by comparison, says First Asset Investment Management portfolio manager John Stephenson.
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Canada is reaping the rewards. As more Canadian and North Dakota oil has landed in Cushing, the influx has pushed the WTI price lower than it would have been without the new supply. Canada wants the higher prices it says pipelines will bring. Keystone XL was designed to move bpd to the Gulf of Mexico. Nebraska governor David Heineman said earlier this month that most Nebraskans would support the pipeline if it was rerouted away from the Sandhills. Residents had complained during public hearings that the path would threaten the water for people in seven states and a third of irrigated groundwater for US agriculture.
Despite the rebuke, the department said in August that it saw few environmental risks.