Coker towers and stacks

Title: Coker towers and stacks

Description
At the Suncor oil sands plant, bitumen is heated and sent to drums where petroleum coke, the heavy bottom material, is removed. Petroleum coke, similar to coal, is used as a fuel source for the utilities plant.
Keywords
coker, stacks, upgrading, oil sands, blue sky, landscape
Dimensions
2367 px width by 1500 px height
Resolution
300 x 190
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592.00 KB

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