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View Resource The Dirt on Tar Sands

Also known as oil sands, tar sands are grains of sand intermixed with bitumen (heavy, black, asphalt-like oil). The oil locked up in tar sands requires drastic efforts to extract, and the result is a...

http://www.nodirtyenergy.org/index.php?option=com_content&ta...
View Resource Unconventional Oil Update 2008: the Potential of Unconventional Oil

In this last article of our four part series, we explore recent heavy oil and oil sands activities and potential.

http://www.heavyoilinfo.com/feature_items/unconventional-oil...
View Resource Unconventional Oil Update 2008: Shaping Heavy Oil's Future

This article covers the impact of royalty terms and regulation on the heavy oil marketplace.

http://www.heavyoilinfo.com/feature_items/unconventional-oil...
View Resource Environmental Control Technology (HVACR)

[Trade school pages on electronic technology certificates and associate degrees of about 60 hours. The Environmental Control Technology Department (ECT) is a technical program offering...

http://www.laney.edu/wp/environmental_control_tech/
View Resource Carbon Capture No Solution to Tar Sands

Even the most optimistic forecasts for the potential of CCS technology to reduce CO2 emissions are not enough to make the development of tar oil sands comparable with other fossil fuels, says a new...

http://www.theecologist.co.uk/News/news_round_up/344220/carb...
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