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Technology Roadmapfor Expanding Bitumen and Heavy Oil ResourcesMarch 2006]]]]]]]]]]]AgendaIntroduction & BackgroundOil Sands TechnologyOverview of Bitumen and Heavy Oil ResourcesBitumen in Carbonate FormationsCoffee BreakGeomechanical AspectsDrillingSub-Surface MiningRecovery R&D Summary and Outline for AfternoonBreakout Sessions & Feedback3/17/2006 2Presentation - change in Header/Footer tab slide]]]]]Role for PTAC in CHO R&D NeedsFocus on WCSB Conventional Oil and Gas Technologies -Research, Development, Technology Transfer and DeploymentAccess a broad member base to bring new ideas from all oil and gas stakeholders - Producers, Researchers, Suppliers, Innovators, ManufacturersLink to Other Organizations - PTTC, ERAC, CETAC-WestProvide a longer-term technology visionManage process to find “Best” all round options. Balance Economics, Environment, Security and GHGs3/17/2006 3Presentation - change in Header/Footer tab slide]]NRCan’s CCTII SupportClimate Change Technology and Innovation R&D InitiativeNine funding Programs:█ Cleaner Fossil Fuels - 3 programs█ 1 - Bitumen and Heavy Oil█ 2 - Unconventional Gas Supply█ 3 - Clean Coal and CO2 Capture and Storage█ Advanced End-use Efficiency - 3 programs█ 4 - Buildings and communities█ 5 - Industry█ 6 - Transportation█ 7 - Decentralized Energy Production█ 8 - Biotechnology█ 9 - Hydrogen Economy3/17/2006 4Presentation - change in Header/Footer tab slide]]CCTII ...

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Technology Roadmap
for Expanding Bitumen and Heavy Oil
Resources
March 2006
3/17/2006
Agenda
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Introduction & Background Oil Sands Technology Overview of Bitumen and Heavy Oil Resources Bitumen in Carbonate Formations Coffee Break Geomechanical Aspects Drilling Sub-Surface Mining Recovery R&D Summary and Outline for Afternoon Breakout Sessions & Feedback
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] Focus on WCSB Conventional Oil and Gas Technologies -Research, Development, Technology Transfer and Deployment ] Access a broad member base to bring new ideas from all oil and gas stakeholders - Producers, Researchers, Suppliers, Innovators, Manufacturers ] Link to Other Organizations - PTTC, ERAC, CETAC-West ] Provide a longer-term technology vision ] Manage process to find “Best” all round options. Balance Economics, Environment, Security and GHGs
Role for PTAC in CHO R&D Needs
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] Climate Change Technology and Innovation R&D Initiative ] Nine funding Programs: Cleaner Fossil Fuels - 3 programs tumen and Heavy Oil 2 - Unconventional Gas Supply 3 - Clean Coal and CO2 Capture and Storage Advanced End-use Efficiency - 3 programs 4 - Buildings and communities 5 - Industry 6 - Transportation 7 - Decentralized Energy Production 8 - Biotechnology 9 - Hydrogen Economy
NRCan s CCTII Support
] Sectors: Upgrading and Refining - Lenef Report - March 2004 Mining-based and In-Situ Bitumen Recovery - Lenef Report – February 2005 nventional Heavy Oil - PTAC Report – August 2005 conventional HO and Bitumen - PTAC - March 2006 ] Timeframes: Short - 2010 - Innovations with existing technologies dium - 2020 - New technology. Eliminate Steps g - 2030 - Transformative technologies and processes ger - 2030+ - Access new resources
CCTII Bitumen and Heavy Oil (BHO)
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Perpetual Question - What resource will be developed next?
] Conventional Light and Heavy - Extend EOR ] Oil Sands - Exploit “sweet spots” first ] Future resources will be increasingly more difficult ] R&D takes time Many years of research to make progress. ] NRCan CCTII Challenge What will be developed next? What research should be undertaken now to be ready for it? Are there options that have potential to significantly reduce GHG emissions, energy intensity or enhance sustainability while allowing economic development?
Purpose of Roadmaps
] Identify Key Technology Challenges for Each Deposit Exploration - Size, characteristics and exploration tools Access - Mining (surface or underground), Wells or Hybrids Processes - Thermal, Chemical, Biological, Electrical, Hybrids Includes Upgrading as “Output Oil Quality and Impacts” Sustainability - Baseline, GHG/Energy, Environmental, Economic, Security ] Propose a wide range of potential directions to investigate for possible economic recovery ] Ultimate long-term potential impacts to mitigate or enhance through R&D
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Long Term Need 30 years from now when best resources are depleted. R&D needs to start now
Medium Term Understand the resource characteristics before production starts Near Term Assess the potential, establish basic requirements for economic, low energy solutions Timescale
R&D Gaps Further Motivate R&D Increase incentive to address early stage development R&D Identified in Earlier Roadmaps. ??????
What can be added to the R&D Roadmap Foundation?
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Thin Oilsands Small Surface Economics and efficiency Oilsands Deposits constrained. Not amenable to megamines. Oilsands Under Deeper Post-CHOPS Tailings Reservoirs When might they be Problem or Opportunity? How developable? And how will it to smooth transition from be different? CHOPS Resource Base
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In-Situ Reactors Small, Compact and/or Minimize mass and energy Portable Processes transfer costs and losses. Minimize fixed investment. Subsurface Use of Low Cost Construction Methods Materials at Hand Change the reservoir Sulphur, CO2, Coke, Water, environment. Tailings, Limestone. Technology Areas
NRCan CCTII - Conventional Heavy Oil R&D Needs Including GHG Intensity Reduction - August 2005   NRCan CCTII - Bitumen Recovery Technology - January 2005 NRCan CCTII - Bitumen and Very Heavy Crude Upgrading March 2004
ACR - Oilsands Technology Roadmap - January 2004
PERD - Current and Future Hydrocarbon Research and Development December 1999
Policy/Development Synergies Wastes from one source used for others. e.g. CO2. Infrastructure Spread out growing pains to Peace River, Slave Lake. Supply Security Avoid all the eggs in one basket. R&D Support Trigger AOSTRA II? ??????
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Reserves (CAPP 2003) Initial Reserves IOIP
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How Much is Recoverable?
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Light Oil Sands Mining In-Situ Bitumen Source - CAPP
How much of this is recoverable?
1000000
1500000
500000
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CHO
Energy Intensities 1995 Industry Average PEI GJ/m3OE 5 10 15
0
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Light Oil
SAGD Thermal
CSS Thermal
Expanded Resource
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Energy Recovery Ratio 1 Unit In = 4 Units Out
CHO (adj vent and trucking)
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1995 Industry Average PEI GJ/m3OE 5 10 15
PEI PEI (adj for Power Gen Losses)
2%
15%
50%
SAGD Thermal
CHO
Full Cycle Energy Intensities
CSS Thermal
15%
0
CHO (adj vent and trucking)
Light Oil
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