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Thermal In-Situ Facilities

Thermal In-Situ Facilities

NO.
FACILITY
START-UP
AREA
PROCESS
CAPACITY
bbl/day 1
ATHABASCA OIL CORP
1
Hangingstone
2015
Athabasca
SAGD
12,000
28
Leismer
2010
Athabasca
SAGD
20,000
BRION ENERGY
39
MacKay River
2016
Athabasca
SAGD
35,000
CANADIAN NATURAL RESOURCES LTD.
3
Kirby South
2013
Athabasca
SAGD
40,000
4
Wolf Lake
1985
Cold Lake
CSS
13,000
5
Primrose
107,000
CENOVUS ENERGY
7
Christina Lake
2002
Athabasca
SAGD
210,000
8
Foster Creek
2001
180,000
CNOOC/NEXEN
9
Long Lake
2008
Athabasca
SAGD
72,000
CONNACHER OIL & GAS
10
Great Divide
2008
Athabasca
SAGD
15,000
CONOCOPHILLIPS
11
Surmont
2007
Athabasca
SAGD
150,000
DEVON ENERGY
12
Jackfish
2007
Athabasca
SAGD
105,000
HUSKY ENERGY
13
Sunrise
2015
Athabasca
SAGD
60,000
14
Tucker Lake
2007
Cold Lake
SAGD
30,000
IMPERIAL OIL
18
Cold Lake
1985
Cold Lake
CSS
180,000
JAPAN OIL SANDS (JACOS)
19
Hangingstone
1999
Athabasca
SAGD
6,000
MEG ENERGY
20
Christina Lake
2008
Athabasca
SAGD
80,000
OSUM
22
Orion
2007
Cold Lake
SAGD
10,000
PENGROWTH ENERGY
23
Lindbergh Phase 1
2015
Cold Lake
SAGD
12,500
SHELL CANADA
26
Peace River
1986
Peace River
CSS
12,500
SUNCOR ENERGY
33
Firebag
2004
Athabasca
SAGD
203,000
34
MacKay River
2002
Athabasca
SAGD
38,000
TOTAL THERMAL CAPACITY
1,471,000

2016 BITUMEN PRODUCTION BY OPERATOR
thousand bbl/day 2 • data by AER

2016 THERMAL IN-SITU BITUMEN PRODUCTION
thousand bbl/day • data by AER

ANNUAL IN-SITU BITUMEN PRODUCTION
thousand bbl/day • data by CAPP & AER

IN-SITU BITUMEN PRODUCTION BY DEPOSIT
thousand bbl/day • data by AER

ANNUAL IN-SITU EXPENDITURES
billion dollars • data by CAPP
UPDATED: MAR 20, 2017
SITE MAP: PROJECTS / IN-SITU
NOTES: 1 BARRELS OF BITUMEN PER CALENDAR DAY
2 GROSS PRODUCTION • THERMAL IN-SITU ONLY
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