Industrial Energy Audit Incentive Program Overview
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Technology Roadmapfor Expanding Bitumen and Heavy Oil ResourcesMarch 2006"Inaccessible" Heavy Oil and Bitumen - Key Focus Areas by Resource3.4b - HotCombustion Gases4.2 - Geochemistry &CO24.3 - Water Sources 3.1b - Alternate& Groundwater Steam Generation 3.2b - SubsurfaceKey Technology Focus Areas (excludes Thermal Oxidation/4.6 - AlternateCatalysis 3.2a - Products fromEnergy Sources - 3.0b - Stagedsustainability for now)Oxidation/Solvents3.5a - SolventGeothermal/Nuclear/ RecoveryInjection 3.2a - EnhancedCoalGasification (In-situor with coal)3.1a - ThermalSteam/Water - Near-4.6 - EnergyTerm PerformanceScavenging1.1a - Mapping 1.6a - Conventional4.3 - End-game -"Texture" of the Oil In-Situ ResourceLong-Term ImpactsSands Assessment1.7a - Intermediate -1.1b - Flow BarrierContainmentAssessmentsCritical, not Depth1.9a - Conventional1.3 ConventionalPrimary (CHOPS)3.0c - BuildingMineableBarriers1.10a - Post-CHOPSOptions2.3b - SubsurfaceAccess Mining/1.8a - CarbonateDrilling/Piles4.2 GHG ImpactsPotential2.3a - Long-wallMining1.7b - Thin Oilsands2.4a - Borehole 4.5 - Security 4.3 - EnvironmentalMining Impacts Impacts2.5a - PipelineDrilling and4.4 - EconomicBoreholesImpacts3/17/2006 2Presentation - change in Header/Footer tab slideÆÆ]Æ]ÆÆFraming Needs – Short-term???Risk Management Driven – Respond to SurprizesSome technologies may be needed in near-term█ Assessing and Building Flow Barriers - If shallow ...

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Technology Roadmap
for Expanding Bitumen and Heavy Oil
Resources
March 2006
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3.2a - Products from Oxidation/Solvents 3.2a - Enhanced Gasification (In-situ or with coal) 4.6 - Energy Scavenging
3.2b - Subsurface Thermal Oxidation/ Catalysis 3.5a Solvent -Injection
4.2 - Geochemistry & CO 2 3.0b - Staged Recovery
4.3 - Water Sources & Groundwater
1.6a - Conventional In-Situ Resource Assessment 1.7a - Intermediate -Containment Critical, not Depth 1.9a - Conventional Primary (CHOPS) 1.10a - Post-CHOPS Options 1.8a - Carbonate Potential 1.7b - Thin Oilsands  
3.1a - Thermal Steam/Water - Near-Term Performance
3.4b - Hot Combustion Gases 3.1b - Alternate Steam Generation 4.6 - Alternate Energy Sources -Geothermal/Nuclear/ Coal
1.1a - Mapping "Texture" of the Oil Sands 1.3 Conventional Mineable 2.3a - Long-wall  Mining 2.4a - Borehole Mining 2.5a - Pipeline Drilling and Boreholes
1.1b - Flow Barrier Assessments
3.0c - Building Barriers 2.3b - Subsurface Access Mining/ Drilling/Piles
4.2 GHG Impacts
4.5 - Security 4.3 - Environmental Impacts Impacts
4.4 - Economic Impacts
4.3 - End-game -Long-Term Impacts
Framing Needs – Short-term???
] Risk Management Driven – Respond to Surprizes ] Some technologies may be needed in near-term Assessing and Building Flow Barriers - If shallow SAG-D operations turn out to be uncontained. May take 5-10 years to find out as steam chambers reach top of oilsands and start to spread out Replacement for CHOPS – When new drilling locations run out. To maintain production in developed primary production areas from Peace River Æ Cold Lake Æ Lloyd Æ Wainwright Æ Provost Æ Medicine Hat Respond to water limitations – Minimum flows in Athabasca; groundwater (fresh or brine) accellerated depletion Take “heat” off Ft. McMurray – Earlier development of Carbonates; extend production from primary areas
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Framing Needs – Medium-Term??
] Development Management Driven – Spread Load/Benefits ] Some Technologies may be Applied Earlier than 30 years Extend surface mining with sub-surface mining from exposed mine faces at “mineable” edges. Opportunity to use existing access and infrastructure into adjacent areas with greater overburden, and/or thinner pay Carbonate – Promising results from 1980 s, opportunity to begin development of “sweet spots” west through Slave Lake, off-load Ft. McMurray. CO 2 Outlet – Carbonates may be able to take some CO 2 when conventional oil EOR schemes are all underway. Potential Synergies in parallel development of other resources. E.g. coal ($1-2/GJ) for fuel and co-processing.
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Framing Needs – Long-Term?
] Supply/Demand/Societal Needs Management ] How long is long-term? Timing of need for Expanding Resources depends on many factors Total production rate from bitumen and heavy oil 3, 5, 10, 20 million bbls a day? Pace of ramp up? E.g. All surface mineable: 25 years at 5 million bbls a day; 30-50 years at 3-3.5 million bopd; 125 years at 1 million bpd Actual Recoveries Achieved from in-situ “Accessible” Some assume 30%, some assume 50%, others less depending on how they define “accessible”, “resource” and “recovery” e.g. SAG-D limit 10 m thickness or 20m?
CSS and SAGD (10-30% recovery??) 83.5 (8.4-25?)
31
billion m 3 Surface mining (70-80% recovery??) 9.4 (6.6-7.5?)
% Total 3.5
24 (1.2-2.4?)
117 (16-35?)
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43 (14%)
Initial In-Place Volume (Assumed Recoverable)
Current Bitumen Reservoirs
At 3 million bopd – 80-190 years At 5 million bopd – 50-115 years At 8 million bopd – 30-72 years (40-50% of North American demand)
Primary Cold (5-10%??)
Total
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Lower Return on Capital Less Consumption Present Value Driven More People Required Long-term View Sustainable Growth
Sustainability
Development
BDalaenlocep mofe nStustainability vs. Rapid ev
Higher Return on Capital More Consumption Payout Driven Fewer People Required Short-term View Who Determines the Rapid Growth Æ Bust? Desired Balance?
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Resource Recovery
Multi-level Risk Indicators – Economic/Societal
Need for More Quantitative Indicators
Economic Bottom-line Quantitative Measures
True Triple Bottom-line Quantitative
Reclamation/Restoration
Current CoMnidxi toifonEnergy/GHG Intensity Quantitative Qualitativ Water Intensity/Quality
3/17/2006
Breakout #1 Group Topics
1. Carbonates/stage two in-situ 2. Sub-Surface Mineable 3. Post-CHOPS 4. ADOE Policy
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3/17/2006
Breakout #2 Group Topics
1. Near-term technologies to Focus on 2. Potential Funding Mechanisms for R&D 3. Access to Data and Collaboration 4. ADOE Policy (continued)
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] Facilitator will lead session ] Presenter to be nominated from group ] Brainstorm issues, ideas, challenges ] Identify key opportunities & rank them ] Discuss first steps on key items: What Who When How
Breakout Group Roles
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