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increases with depth within the formation that leads to reduced yields of distillate from the bitumen obtained from deeper parts of the formation In keeping with the concept of higher proportions of asphaltic fraction (asphaltenes plus resins), variations (horizontal and vertical) in bitumen properties have been noted previously, as have variations in sulfur content, nitrogen content, and metals content Nondestructive distillation data (Table 42) show that tar sand bitumen is a high-boiling material There is usually little or no gasoline (naphtha) fraction in bitumen and the majority of the distillate falls in the gas oil lubrication distillate range [greater than 260 C (500 F)] Usually, in excess of 50 percent by weight of tar sand bitumen is nondistillable under the conditions of the test On the other hand, heavy oil has a considerable proportion of its constituents that are volatile below 260 C (500 F)
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44 MINING TECHNOLOGY
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Proposed methods for recovery of bitumen from tar sand deposits are based either on in situ processes or on mining combined with some further processing or operation on the tar sands in situ The typical in situ recovery methods are not applicable to bitumen recovery because bitumen, in its immobile state, is extremely difficult to move to a production well Extreme processes are required, usually in the form of a degree of thermal conversion that produces free-flowing product oil that will flow to the well and reduce the resistance of the bitumen to flow Tar sand deposits are not amenable to injection technologies such as steam soak and steam flooding In fact, the only successful commercial method of recovering bitumen from tar sand deposits occurs at the two plants in Alberta (Canada) and involves use of a mining technique The equipment employed at a tar sand mine is a combination of mining equipment and an on-site transportation system that may (currently) either be conveyor belts and/or large trucks The mining operation itself differs in detail depending upon the equipment; bucketwheel excavators sit on benches; the draglines sit on the surface The Suncor (formerly Great Canadian Oil Sands Ltd) mining and processing plant, located 20 miles north of Fort McMurray, Alberta, started production in 1967 The Syncrude Canada mining and processing plant, located 5 miles (8 km) away from the Suncor plant, started production in 1978 In both projects, about half of the terrain is covered with muskeg, an organic soil resembling peat moss, which ranges from a few inches to 23 ft (7 m) in depth The total overburden varies from 23 to 130 ft (7 40 m) in thickness Mining the Athabasca tar sands presents two major issues: in-place tar sand requires very large cutting forces and is extremely abrasive to cutting edges, and both the equipment and pit layouts must be designed to operate during the long Canadian winters at temperatures as low as 50 C ( 58 F) There are two approaches to open-pit mining of tar sand The first uses a few bucketwheel excavators and large draglines in conjunction with belt conveyors In the second approach, a multiplicity of smaller mining units of conventional design is employed Over time, different techniques have been used for oil sands mining Suncor started operations using bucketwheel excavators that discharged their loads onto conveyor belts The initial Syncrude operation used large draglines to remove oil sands ore from the mineface and place it in windrows from which bucketwheel reclaimers loaded it onto conveyor belts for transportation to the extraction plant Suncor and Syncrude have now retired their bucketwheel and dragline-based mining systems Large mining trucks and power shovels were introduced to replace these early mining systems By the early 1990s, Syncrude was mining about one-third of its ore using trucks and shovels, while Suncor totally converted to a truck and shovel operation in 1993 Truck and shovel mining is considerably more flexible and less prone to interruption of service than the
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