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Topics considered include time-lapse maps of Devonian dark shale, the world resources of heavy oil and tar sands, US tar sand oil recovery projects, the chemical and physical properties of tar sand bitumens and thermally recovered oils, the geology and geochemistry of bituminous rocks, the characterization of organic material in oil shale and shale oil, ed oils, materials of construction.

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Oil sands, tar sands, crude bitumen, or more technically bituminous sands, are a type of unconventional petroleum deposit

Oil sands, tar sands, crude bitumen, or more technically bituminous sands, are a type of unconventional petroleum deposit. Oil sands are either loose sands or partially consolidated sandstone containing a naturally occurring mixture of sand, clay, and water, saturated with a dense and extremely viscous form of petroleum technically referred to as bitumen (or colloquially as tar due to its superficially similar appearance).

Shale oil is an unconventional oil produced from oil shale rock fragments by pyrolysis, hydrogenation, or thermal dissolution

Shale oil is an unconventional oil produced from oil shale rock fragments by pyrolysis, hydrogenation, or thermal dissolution. These processes convert the organic matter within the rock (kerogen) into synthetic oil and gas. The resulting oil can be used immediately as a fuel or upgraded to meet refinery feedstock specifications by adding hydrogen and removing impurities such as sulfur and nitrogen. The refined products can be used for the same purposes as those derived from crude oil.

Oil Shale and Tar SandsThe United States holds more than half the . The in-place tar sands oil resources in Utah are estimated at 12 billion to 19 billion barrels.

Oil Shale and Tar SandsThe United States holds more than half the world’s oil shale, a fine-grained sedimentary rock containing organic matter from which petroleum products may be distilled. Although it has long been seen as a potential source of secure, reliable, and affordable energy, the technology to produce oil from oil shale in commercial quantities has been elusive. While production of oil from Canadian tar sands in Alberta is common and abundant, . tar sands have different properties and would require different – and as yet undiscovered – processing techniques.

Oil Shale and Tar Sands S. osiu. Louisville, Hay 17-19, 1983 S. osiuM Papers: Synthetic Fuels frOM Oil Shale II, Chicago, Institute ot Gas Technology Synthetic Fuels fro. Oil Shale II SYMposiu. Kiran Temple University Fox School of Business ‘17, Course Hero Intern. I cannot even describe how much Course Hero helped me this summer. It’s truly become something I can always rely on and help me.

19 History of US Shale Oil 1981- Exxon begins to build Battlement Mesa company town for oil shale workers Second .

19 History of US Shale Oil 1981- Exxon begins to build Battlement Mesa company town for oil shale workers Second Rio Blanco in-situ retort demonstration produces 24,400 bbls of shale oil 1982 Oil demand falls and crude oil prices collapse Exxon closes Colony II due to cost and poor demand Shell continues in-situ experiments at Red Pinnacle and. labs through Congress abolishes Synthetic Liquid Fuels Program 1987 Shell purchases.

This unconventional oil includes oil derived from the Canadian tar sands, from heavy oil deposits in Venezuela and . Since the early 1980s oil companies have tried to commercialize the production of oil from this kerogen-rich rock, but have so far been unsuccessful

This unconventional oil includes oil derived from the Canadian tar sands, from heavy oil deposits in Venezuela and elsewhere, and from so-called oil shale. It also includes oil products obtained from coal through coal-to-liquids technology and those obtained from natural gas using gas-to-liquids technology. Since the early 1980s oil companies have tried to commercialize the production of oil from this kerogen-rich rock, but have so far been unsuccessful. So complex and difficult is the task of extracting and processing kerogen that the EIA has estimated that even under its high oil price scenario, the United States will produce no more than 140,000 barrels per day of oil from oil shale by 2030.

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oil, oil sands, oil shales, and coal-bed Figure 1. Gas chromatograms of the saturated hydrocarbon fraction of selected early Cretaceous oils from the.

strategic for North American interests are heavy oil, oil sands, oil shales, and coal-bed.