Devon – Walleye In Situ Oil Sands – Alberta - Project Profile
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Devon Energy Corp (Devon) is planning to undertake the construction of a In Situ Oil Sands project in Alberta, Canada.
The project involves the construction of industrial infrastructure on 760ha of land to produce 9,000bpd oil.
It includes the construction of central processing facility (CPF), six well pads, source water and disposal well sites, roads, bitumen processing facility and related infrastructure, and the laying of pipelines and power lines.
The Project was designed to meet the Alberta ambient air quality objectives (AAAQO) and Canadian council of ministers of the environment (CCME) emission standards.
Devon has submitted the application to Energy Resources Conservation Board (ERCB), Alberta environment and water Act (EPEA), Alberta Environment and the Canadian Environmental Protection Agency and received approval.
Planning activities are underway.
The project involves the construction of industrial infrastructure on 760ha of land to produce 9,000bpd oil at Iron River in Alberta, Canada.
The US$450 million project includes the following:
1. Construction of storage units
2. Construction of pumping stations
3. Construction of tank farms
4. Construction of loading/unloading terminals
5. Construction of other related infrastructure
6. Installation of monitoring systems
7. Construction of related infrastructure
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