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Image: Sunset over Syncrude plant
Sunset over Syncrude plant
Caption : Sunset over Syncrude processing plant with tailings pond in foreground. Photographed in Alberta, Canada.
Facts: Syncrude Canada Ltd. is the world's largest producer of crude oil from oil sands . In 2007 the company produced 111 million barrels of Syncrude Sweet Blend. They are headquartered in Fort McMurray, a small city 435 kilometers northeast of Edmonton, Alberta. Tailings are the wastes rejected from the plant after most of the recoverable materials have been extracted. The primary function of a tailings pond is to allow heavy metals to settle out before water is discharged into the receiving watershed. Tailings ponds can be dangerous as the wastes are sometimes toxic and/or corrosive and detrimental to the environment.
Photographer: David Nunuk
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HIGH RES: TIF, 5100x3387, 49.4MB
Keywords: hydrocarbons, oil, petroleum, petroleum plant, Alberta, greenhouse gas, greenhouse gases, natural gas, emissions, environment, environmental, global warming, flaring, pollution, air pollution, oil refinery, oil refineries, tar sands, bitumen, oil sands, crude oil, tailings, tailings pond, tailings ponds, settling pond, settling ponds
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