Will Canada Become The Next Oil Superpower

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Will Canada Become The Next Oil Superpower

  1. 1. Preview Of75 Page Research Paper Vincent J. Lentini
  2. 2.  Executive Summary Canada Overview Will Canada Become The Next Oil Superpower? Canada’s East Coast Oil Fields & The Beaufort Sea Major Refineries Existing Pipelines Which Extend Into The U.S. Major Proposed Pipelines Major Upgrading Facilities Prolific Natural Gas Regions
  3. 3.  Vast Oil Sands Major Initiatives To Reduce Environmental Impacts Of Oil Sands Various Grades Of Canadian Crude Oils Major Oil & Natural Gas Producers Major Pipeline Operators Conclusion Sources Renaissance Analytics
  4. 4.  Total Population Major Provinces & Territories Major Cities Total GDP Vast Array Of Natural Resources Major Industries
  5. 5.  Canada’s Future Potential Investment Required Major Challenges Oil Production In 1980 Current Oil Production Crude Oil Production Expected In 2025 10 Fundamentals Factors Which Will Drive Demand For Canadian Crude Oil
  6. 6.  Hibernia Terra Nova White Rose Hebron Other Discoveries
  7. 7.  Enbridge’s Keystone Pipeline Enbridge’s Alberta Clipper Pipeline Kinder Morgan Express-Platte’s Pipelines Major PADD’s In The U.S. Total Refining Capacity In Each PADD Total Number Of Refineries In Each PADD
  8. 8.  Kinder Morgan’s Trans Mountain Oil Sands Pipeline Enbridge’s Northern Gateway Pipeline TransCanada’s Keystone XL Pipeline
  9. 9.  Total Natural Gas Production In 2011 Duvernay Region Horn River Basin Montney Region Major Canadian Natural Gas Producers Canada’s LNG Potential
  10. 10.  Mining Versus In-Situ Development Costs Total Recoverable Reserves Current Oil Sands Production Future Oil Sands Production Number of Proposed Projects
  11. 11.  Bitumen Western Canadian Select (WCS) Synthetic Crude Oil (SCO) Light/Medium/Heavy Pricing Of Each Grade Discount/Premium To WTI For Each
  12. 12.  Description Of Alberta Description Of Saskatchewan API Gravity Of Each Crude Oil Grade Major Tight Oil Regions In Canada East Coast Crude Oil Recoverable Reserves Of Conventional Crude Oil
  13. 13.  The Oil Sands Leadership Initiative Major Companies Involved In Initiative Major Objectives Of Initiative Major Investments By Canadian Energy Producers To Reduce Environmental Impacts Canadian Oil Sands Innovation Alliance (COSIA)
  14. 14.  Canadian Natural Resources Cenovus Energy EnCana EOG Resources Husky Energy Imperial Oil Nexen Suncor Energy Talisman Energy
  15. 15.  Revenues 2000-2011 Net Income 2000-2011 Company Overview Growth Plans Till 2020 Major Highlights From 2011
  16. 16.  Enbridge TransCanada
  17. 17.  Company Overview 6 Major Priorities Which Guide Company Major Projects Under Development Highlights From 2011 Revenues 2006-2011 Net Income 2006-2011 Seaway Pipeline Flanagan South Pipeline
  18. 18.  Company Overview 4 Key Elements Of Growth Strategy Major Projects Under Development Highlights From 2011 Revenues From 2006-2011 Net Income From 2006-2011 Mackenzie Gas Project The Gulf Coast Project
  19. 19.  Canada Over The Next Several Decades Will Play An Increasing Role In Supplying Global Markets With Growing Crude Oil Supplies East Coast Oil Fields Will Continue To Provide Tremendous Cash Flow For Producers Canadian Energy Producers Collectively Investing Enormous Capital In Oil Sands Proposed Pipelines Critical For Canadian Exports Spread Between WCS & WTI Expected To Narrow Over Time
  20. 20.  Over 50 Annual Reports World Bank Canadian Association Of Petroleum Producers (CAPP) International Energy Agency (IEA) Company Press Releases Bloomberg Reuters

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