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RESERVOIR DESCRIPTION OF THE CLEARWATER OIL SAND COLD LAKE, ALBERTA CANADA

@inproceedings{Harrison2007RESERVOIRDO,
  title={RESERVOIR DESCRIPTION OF THE CLEARWATER OIL SAND COLD LAKE, ALBERTA CANADA},
  author={D. B. Harrison and R. R. Glaister and H. W. Nelson},
  year={2007}
}
INTRODUCTION The heavy oil accumulation at Cold Lake is part of the Lower Cretaceous heavy oil deposits that occur in a discontinuous trend in the eastern half of the western Canadian basin (Figure 30-1). This trend extends from the Peace River deposit in northwestern Alberta through Wabasca, Athabasca and southwards to Cold Lake and Lloydminster. The Cold Lake deposit is located 300 km northeast of Edmonton, covers over 6,500 km, is the second largest oil sands deposit in Canada, and contains… Expand
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