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Summary report on the petroleum and natural gas resources of Canada

Frederick Gardner Clapp

Summary report on the petroleum and natural gas resources of Canada

by Frederick Gardner Clapp

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Published by Dept. of Mines, Mines Branch in Ottawa .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Petroleum -- Canada,
  • Natural gas -- Canada.

  • Edition Notes

    No. 229.

    Statementby Frederick G. Clapp and L.G. Huntley.
    ContributionsHuntley, L. G., Canada. Mines Branch.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination14 p.
    Number of Pages14
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16343832M

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    One cubic metre of natural gas = cubic feet. One kilopascal = 1% of atmospheric pressure (near sea level). Canada's oil measure, the cubic metre, is unique in the world. It is metric in the sense that it uses metres, but it is based on volume so that Canadian units can be easily converted into barrels.   Natural gas ranks among the fastest-growing energy sources in Canada and is seen by many in the energy industry as a game-changer, a comparatively clean, low-cost and versatile fuel. It can directly generate power and heat and can be chemically altered to produce a wide range of useful commodity burns cleaner and more efficiently than other fossil fuels, releasing .

    Natural gas was the Canada's third largest source of energy production in , representing % of all energy produced from fuels in the country. By contrast, the share of fuel-based energy production from natural gas in was %, indicating a growth rate of approximately % per year. transports crude oil, natural gas, natural gas liquids and sulphur. In Canada, transmission pipeline companies are a major part of the midstream petroleum industry, along with oil sands upgrading and oil and gas storage. DOWNSTREAM The downstream industry is where petroleum meets the consumer. The downstream industry includes crude oil.


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Energy Fact Book — – 1 1 Energy industries Definition In this publication, the following industries are considered to be energy industries: • oil and gas extraction • coal mining • uranium mining • support activities for oil and gas extraction • electric power generation, transmission and distribution • pipeline transportation • natural gas distribution •.

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