Fort Hills Ore Preparation Plant slurry

Fort Hills

Title: Fort Hills Ore Preparation Plant slurry

Description
From the ore preparation plant surge bin, three conveyers feed bitumen to the rotary breaker building (2016).
Keywords
Fort Hills, Ore Preparation Plant, OPP, slurry, wet facilities, slurry preparation plant, SPP, building, mining, Alberta
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2048 px width by 1496 px height
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300 x 202
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3,147.00 KB

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