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Syncrude processing plant at sunset 2
Caption : Syncrude processing plant at sunset reflected in tailings settling pond. Fort McMurray, Alberta, Canada.
Facts: Syncrude is located in the Athabasca Oil Sands in northeastern Alberta, Canada. 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. Syncrude is actually a joint venture between a number of very large companies. It has been said that Syncrude's Mildred Lake Plant produces more greenhouses gases than any other site in Canada. The Athabasca Oil sands are the largest reservoir of crude bitumen in the world tar sands, or oil sands, occur in over seventy countries but the largest reserves are in Canada. Crude bitumen is a semi-solid form of crude oil. Oil sands have not always been considered part of the worlds oil reserves as only higher oil prices and new technologies make them viable for recovery.
Photographer: David Nunuk
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HIGH RES: TIF, 3394x5100, 49.5MB
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, climate change
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