Keyano College Oilsands Power & Process Engineering Laboratory

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Keyano College in Fort McMurray Alberta is building the Oilsands Technology & Research Centre, the first phase is the Oilsands Power & Process Engineering Laboratory a $22 million project that will …

Keyano College in Fort McMurray Alberta is building the Oilsands Technology & Research Centre, the first phase is the Oilsands Power & Process Engineering Laboratory a $22 million project that will begin in 2012.

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  • 1. $22 million state-of-the-art Lab will provide steam time for 4thlaboratory and classroom facilities and 3rd class power engineers.Will feature a power and H-VAC Enables new programming in:plant. instrumentation, fluid mechanics, pneumatics and building
  • 2. Operators (Steam/Non-Steam) needed in Alberta 2010-2020 Total:3000 55002500 2800 Total: 27002000 Alberta (non 2550 oilsands)1500 1700 Oilsands1000 850500 Source: The Decade Ahead: Labour Market Projections & Analysis for Canada’s Oil & Gas Industry to 2020 - 0 Petroleum Human Resources Council of Canada (March 2011) Low Scenario Growth Scenario
  • 3. 500 468 400 300 200 Steam Time 165 Blocks 100 0 Current ExpectedCurrently Keyano instructs 165 students per year in power engineering andprocess operations co-op programs.The new lab will increase our instructional capacity to 468 steam time blocksper year.
  • 4. Classrooms have directvisibility into the laboratories.Steam turbinegenerators, high pressureboilers and turbine steamcondensers are aligned as inan actual oils sands facility.
  • 5. Locally trained graduates are more likely to stay, work and live in theoilsands region.The Oilsands Power & Process Engineering Laboratory will provideour industry partners with access to skilled employees with a solidunderstanding of oilsands operations - without the added costs ofoutside recruitment.
  • 6. Lead Sponsor
  • 7. Groundbreaking Ceremony: June 1st, 2012Expected completion: Late Fall 2013First intake of new students: January 2014