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May 2017, Vol. 244, No. 5

CERI: Technology Reduces Oil Sands Costs, Emissions The Canadian Energy Research Institute (CERI) released a study identifying new technologies and processes that will enable the oil sands industry to significantly reduce costs and greenhouse gas emissions. The report identifies six technology configurations, any of which will reduce the chances of reaching the 100 MtCO2eq. a year cap to zero within the study period (2016-2036). The configurations that meet minimum costs and emissions objectives can potentially lower bitumen supply costs by 34-40% and reduce fuel-derived emissions from in situ oil sands production by over 80%. The…

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