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  • #3694

    Charles Randall
    Participant

    Update – Total news release says that the Total Upgrader / Coker for crude from SAGD Joslyn (74% Total) & Surmont (50% Total) fields will be larger & later that forecast in May 2007.
     
    Construction to start in 2009 now with estimated completion 2014-15 for Phase I which will now be closer to 150 MBD (=20 MBD over original forecast). No update mentioned for Phase II which was stated at 200 MBD. The upgrader is forecast to make sweet synthetic crude oil product (SCO).
     
    Regards

  • #6922

    Anonymous

    good day mr. Randall.
     
    do you have information on NAOSC statoil project ?
     
    thanks

  • #6921

    Charles Randall
    Participant

    I really haven’t seen any updates around the Statoil upgrader project – but there are several going on like the Total project mentioned around the Edmonton / Strathcona area and it is easy to overlook one of them. However, it was still on list of Edmonton projects as in the Planning stage with Project cost of $7.5B as of Dec 2007.
     
    Statoil purchased NAOSC (North American Oil Sands Corp – formed 2001) ~July 2007 for 2.2 billion and included its 257,000 acres of oil sands leases.  The two NAOSC projects at that time were Leismer pilot scheme (late 2009 – early 2010 with 10 MBD bitumen and Kai Kos Dehseh project onstream 2011 and ramping 100MBD by 2015.  Statoil’s expectation was that NAOSC’s portifolo would have 200 MBD production by 2020.
     
    And I have not seen any updates on Statoil website or in their News Release.  Most of the Canadian Project recaps for 2008 carry the 2007 information so they have not been much of source either.
    Regards

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