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Oil And Gas Project
Transcript of Oil And Gas Project
-RP Siegel (April 3, 2012) Natural Gas: Pros and Cons http://www.triplepundit.com/2012/04/natural-gas-pros-cons/ 2012/04
-Government of Canada Natural Resources. (2011-08-18) Energy. httpma://www.nrcan.gc.ca/statistics-facts/energy/895
-Green learning Canada, (2008), Renewable Energy Sources: Wind, Solar, Hydro, Biomass, Tidal, Geothermal
-Oil Spills in the Ocean and Oil Pollution, nov.5 2009, marinebiztv The Product Is It Used In AB or Canada? SUPER
COW Oil Spills . Pros About Oil And Gas . Oil And Gas in Countries
Around the World. Resources >Oil is a largely used fuel source which
supplies about 88% of the worlds energy
needs. >If all the gas pipelines is the U.S
were connected it would go to the moon
and back almost three times! Oil And Gas Interesting Facts - Natural gas is efficient.
- Natural gas development creates 1.2 million jobs.
- Oil and gas can be made into many different things.
-Oil and gas are best for transportation.
-Easy to get.
-Gas will emit 30% less CO2 than oil.
-Gas will emit 45% less CO2 than coal.
-Gas burns cleaner than gasoline and diesel.
-Gas is lighter than air, safer than propane which is heavier than air. >Russia is the number 1 leader of Oil and Gas in the world (the only country that beats Canada).
>Russia is successful because of the land that it covers and the technology that they have. Oil And Gas Cons >Oil and gas is a Non-renewable resource.
>Stored and distributed under high pressure.
>Cannot be replaced for millions of years.
>Oil creates more CO2 then other energy sources.
>Uses lots of fresh water.
>1 Canadian uses 3 tons of oil a year.
>We depend on oil and gas to go about our daily life. Oil & Gas -- 41.4 percent is crude oil
-- 36.5 is natural gases
-- Alberta is the largest producer or fossil fuels
-- Alberta is a major producer of oil and gas
-- The biggest in Canada
-- Oil sands are major energy source in Alberta
-- Alberta producer 68 percent of Canada crude oil
-- Canada uses 272,000 barrels of oil a day and use 2.2 billion cubic feet per day of natural gas