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in situ recovery techniques, whereby the bitumen is separated from the sand in situ and produced to the surface through wells drilled into the oil sands reservoir In order to accomplish this, the tar sand properties are of extreme importance and are outline below
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421 Mineralogy The mineralogy of tar sand deposits is also worthy of note as it does affect the potential for recovery of the bitumen Usually, more than 99 percent by weight of the tar sand mineral is composed of quartz sand and clays In the remaining 1 percent, more than 30 minerals have been identified, mostly calciferous or iron based Particle size ranges from large grains (999 percent is finer than 1000 m) down to 44 m (325 mesh), the smallest size that can be determined by dry screening The size between 44 and 2 m is referred to as slit; sizes below 2 m (equivalent spherical diameter) are clay The Canadian deposits are largely unconsolidated sands with a porosity ranging up to 45 percent and have good intrinsic permeability However, the deposits in the United States, in Utah, range from predominantly low-porosity, low-permeability consolidated sand to, in a few instances, unconsolidated sands In addition, the bitumen properties are not conducive to fluid flow under normal reservoir conditions in either the Canadian or United States deposits Nevertheless, where the general nature of the deposits prohibits the application of a mining technique (as in many of the United States deposits), a nonmining technique may be the only feasible bitumen recovery option By definition, tar sand is a mixture of sand, water, and bitumen with the sand component occurring predominantly as quartz The arrangement of the sand, water, and bitumen has been assumed to be an arrangement whereby each particle of the sand is water-wet and a film of bitumen surrounds the water-wetted grains The balance of the void volume is filled with bitumen, connate water, or gas; fine material, such as clay, occurs within the water envelope One additional aspect of the character of Athabasca tar sands is that the sand grains are not uniform in character Grain-to-grain contact is variable and such a phenomenon influences attempts to repack mined sand, as may be the case in studies involving bitumen removal from the sand in laboratory-type in situ studies This phenomenon also plays a major role in the expansion of the sand during processing where the sand to be returned to the mine site might occupy 120 to 150 percent of the volume of the original as-mined material The tar sand mass can be considered a four-phase system composed of solid phase (siltstone and clay), liquid phase (from fresh to more saline water), gaseous phase (natural gases), and viscous phase (black and dense bitumen, about 8 API) In normal sandstone, sand grains are in grain-to-grain contact but tar sand is thought to have no grain-to-grain contact due to the surrounding of individual grains by fines with a water envelope and/or a bitumen film The remaining void space might be filled with water, bitumen, and gas in various proportions The sand material in the formation is represented by quartz and clays (99 percent by weight), where fines content is approximately 30 percent by weight; the clay content and clay size are important factors which affect the bitumen content
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422 Properties Tar sand properties that are of general interest are bulk density, porosity, and permeability Porosity is, by definition, the ratio of the aggregate volume of the interstices between the particles to the total volume and is expressed as a percentage High-grade tar sand usually has porosity in the range from 30 to 35 percent that is somewhat higher than the porosity (5 25 percent) of most reservoir sandstone The higher porosity of the tar sand has been
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