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Author: Loren G. (editor) ; Chu Hsi (editor) ; Alberta Oil Sands Technology and Hepler
ISBN: 0773201890
Publisher AOSTRA; First Edition edition (1989)
Language English
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eBook Aostra Technical Publication Series #6 : Technical Handbook on Oil Sands, Bitumens and Heavy Oils download

by Loren G. (editor) ; Chu Hsi (editor) ; Alberta Oil Sands Technology and Hepler


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oceedings{Hepler1989AOSTRAT, title {AOSTRA : technical handbook on oil sands, bitumens and heavy oils}, author {Loren G. Hepler and Hsi Chu}, year {1989} }. Loren G. Hepler, Hsi Chu. Save to Library. David Lyder, Jilu Feng, Benoid Rivard, A. Gallie, Edward A. Cloutis. Determination of the Viscosities of Grosmont Reservoir Bitumen, Alberta, Canada. Yi Zhao, Hans G. Machel.

by Loren G. Hepler (Author), Chu Hsi (Author).

More than 20 different heavy oils and residues have been processed by the . The chemistry of Alberta Oil Sands, bitumen and heavy oils.

More than 20 different heavy oils and residues have been processed by the VEBA-Combi-Cracking and VEBA-LQ-Cracking high pressure hydrocracking processes, in a bench scale unit. Conversions up to 99 wt % of to a syncrude, consisting of naphtha middle distillate and vacuum gas oil were obtained. Refractive index measurements of diluted bitumen solutions. AOSTRA Technical Handbook on Oil Sands, Bitumens and Heavy Oils.

Canada ’s Oil Sands and Heavy Oil. PCF, Calgary, Alberta, Canada. Hepler and C. Hsi (ed., AOSTRA Technical Handbook on Oil Sands, Bitumens, and Heavy Oils. In: J. Sjoblom (e., Encyclopedic Handbook of Emulsion Technology. Marcel Dekker In. New York.

Hiemenz, P. and Rajagopalan, R. (1997). Principles of colloid and surface chemistry, Marcel Dekker, New York. Hirasaki, G. Miller, C. Jiang, . Moran, . and Fleury, M. (2006). Emulsion Stability and Coalescence by NMR Diffusion and Profile Measurements. Oil Sands 2006, Edmonton, Alberta. Horvath-Szabo, . Masliyah, J. Elliott, J. A. Yarranton, H. and Czarnecki, J. (2005).

Recent oil price fluctuations continue to stress the need for more efficient recovery of heavy oil and tar sand bitumen resources. With conventional production steadily declining, advances in enhanced recovery will be required so that oil production can be extended and reservoirs last longer. A practical guide on heavy-oil related recovery methods is essential for all involved in heavy oil production. To feed this demand, James Speight, a well-respected scientist and author, provides a must-read for all scientists, engineers and technologists that are involved in production enhancement.

This report explores the technical, economic and environmental issues related to CHOPS, refers to other new processes and emerging production technologies, and details emerging possibilities for expanding or prolonging CHOPS production in Alberta. Chops Chops development Chops production Cold heavy oil. Resources. Cover Page and Disclaimer.

Bitumen extracted from the oil sands is a heavy crude oil which contains a large fraction of complex long-chain hydrocarbon molecules. Depending on the extraction process used, bitumen product can sometimes contains as much as 2% water and solids, which does not meet pipeline specifications for tran. Upgrading is a process by which bitumen is transformed into light oil by fractionation and chemical treatment, removing virtually all traces of sulphur and heavy metals