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Closing stock present value of reserves of natural gas, crude oil, subbituminous coal and lignite, bituminous coal, crude bitumen, potash, gold from gold mines, iron, miscellaneous minerals, and timber (dollars x 1,000,000).
Closing stock of reserves of uranium, copper, gold from gold mines, lead, molybdenum, nickel, silver, zinc, crude bitumen, crude oil, natural gas, natural gas liquids, bituminous coal, subbituminous coal and lignite, sulphur, iron, and potash (tonnes unless otherwise noted).
This entry brings together more than 30-years of Canada’s energy import and export data updated on a quarterly basis. Energy import and export data for electricity, crude oil, natural gas, natural gas liquids and refined petroleum products is included. The data provided below is what is used in the visualization tool on the National Energy Board website. The source code for the visualization tool is also available.
Contained within the 4th Edition (1974) of the Atlas of Canada is a set of two maps and two groups of graphs. The first map shows the location of oil and gas fields, pipelines and processing plants for Western Canada. The capacity and location of oil refineries and gas processing plants are also denoted. The second map shows locations of crude oil, petroleum oil and natural gas pipelines as well as areas of sedimentary rocks in which oil and gas had been recently found prior to the publication date of the 1974 National Atlas.
There are approximately 100 000 kilometres of transmission pipelines in Canada, 80 000 are natural gas pipelines and 23 000 crude oil pipelines. The map shows three types of pipelines: transmission trunk lines, gathering system field lines and distribution lines. Gathering pipelines move crude oil and natural gas from wells to processing facilities. After processing, feeder lines carry the hydrocarbons to the major, long distance transmission lines.
Refinery supply of crude oil and equivalent (Receipts of Western Canada crude; Receipts of Eastern Canada crude; Total domestic crude receipts; ...). Not all combinations are available.
Contained within the 3rd Edition (1957) of the Atlas of Canada is a map that shows the location and direction of flow of oil and gas pipelines along with the location of oil refineries. The daily crude oil capacity in barrels per day is indicated for refining centres by means of proportional circles. The source data for refineries is for the end of 1955 and pipeline source data is for the end of 1957. An additional map shows the location of coal, oil and gas fields.
This report contains weekly crude runs (WCR) and refinery capacity for major Canadian regions. Crude runs represent the volume of crude oil processed by a refinery.
Evaluation and characterization of physical properties, chemical composition and behavior of petroleum products is crucial to predict environmental behaviour in the event of spills. This information can inform the prediction and modeling of fate and behavior of the oils in different environmental conditions. Good models of oil and petroleum products fate and behaviours are essential for spill preparedness planning, environmental effects and impact assessments, and choosing response and countermeasure strategies for the cleaning of spills. This database is a collection of physical properties, chemical compositions and simulated environmental behaviors of unrefined crude oils and refined petroleum products (including diesels, biodiesels, crude oils, intermediate and fuel oils, bitumen and diluted bitumen).
Data presented at the national and provincial levels by source (utilities, etc.) and fuel type (coal, natural gas, diesel and light fuel oil, etc.). Not all combinations are available.