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  1. Multipay oil discovery kick-starts eastern Llanos heavy oil blocks

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    Mon, 6 Sep 2010

  2. Statoil teams with universities in heavy oil research

    StatoilHydro has partnered with universities in Canada and Norway to examine ways to improve recovery of heavy oil and oil sands in an environmentally friendly way.

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    Sun, 28 Sep 2008

  3. Petroecuador seeks to develop Block 20 heavy oil

    Petroecuador's president said Ivanhoe Energy would begin work within 9 months towards the production of heavy crude oil from Pungarayacu heavy oil field on Block 20 in Ecuador's Oriente basin.

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    Fri, 22 Aug 2008

  4. Economic models verify heavy oil profitability

    These two steam injection wells and producing well are in California's Midway-Sunset field, which produces about 166,000 b/d of heavy (11-14° API) oil. Economic models show how investments in California heavy oil have improved with new technologies that have reduced costs and improved recovery. ...

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    Mon, 22 Dec 1997

  5. Production site heavy -oil upgrader shows promise

    Pilot tests of a new heavy oil -upgrading technology show promise either for production site or refinery installation, according to its developer Carbon Resources Ltd., a subsidiary of Synergy Technologies Corp., both of Calgary.

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    Mon, 20 Nov 2000

  6. Diluent availability will constrain Canada's heavy oil , bitumen development

    Despite significant proposed investments to develop Canada's heavy oil and bitumen reserves, production will continue to lag developments in Latin America.

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    Mon, 28 Oct 2002

  7. Technology advances brighten heavy -oil potential

    Horizontal wells, multilateral wells, solvents, steam-assisted gravity drainage (SAGD), on site upgrading, in situ upgrading, and alternative fuels are some existing and emerging technologies that are improving the prospects for producing economically the world's vast heavy oil and bitumen ...

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    Mon, 9 Dec 2002

  8. Total to operate Madagascar's heavy oil license

    Total SA will operate the Bemolanga heavy oil license in Madagascar with a 60% interest after signing a farm-in agreement with Madagascar Oil SA.

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    Wed, 17 Sep 2008

  9. Colombia shortlists 20 firms for heavy oil projects

    Colombia's National Hydrocarbons Agency (ANH) has invited 20 companies to submit formal proposals in May to develop eight greenfield heavy - oil blocks in the East Llanos basin, the head of the agency told OGJ.

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    Fri, 4 Apr 2008

  10. CANADIAN OILSANDS, HEAVY OIL ADJUSTING TO TOUGH ECONOMICS

    Canadian oilsands and heavy oil operators are using operational upgrades and substantial research outlays as key weapons against an economic squeeze brought about largely by volatile oil prices. Syncrude Canada Ltd. and Suncor Inc., the two major producers of synthetic oil from the Athabasca ...

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    Mon, 11 Jul 1994

  11. Water treatment complicates heavy oil production

    Operational units in the Liaohe oil fields are trying to find uses, such as steam-generator feed water, for the water being produced with heavy oil .

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    Mon, 20 Sep 1999

  12. Canadian Natural Resources to curtail some heavy oil activity in 2002

    Canadian Natural Resources Ltd., Calgary, has decided to curtail some heavy oil drilling and production in 2002. It said recent declines in world oil prices, combined with an unusually high heavy oil differential, contributed to its decision.

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    Wed, 19 Dec 2001

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