Firebag SAGD well pad 1

Title: Firebag SAGD well pad 1

Description
Suncor's in-situ project is located on leases known as "Firebag". The Steam Assisted Gravity Drainage (SAGD) technology uses underground wells to inject steam into the oil
Keywords
Firebag, well pad, in situ, oil sands, blue sky, tower
Dimensions
2048 px width by 1496 px height
Resolution
300 x 219
Size
386.00 KB

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