Alberta's Carbonate Triangle is the second largest unconventional deposit of crude in the world.
The total estimated crude contained (in-place) in the Carbonate Triangle is 447 billion barrels, of which potentially 89 billion barrels may be recoverable (based on an estimated 20% recovery). The triangle covers approximately 54,000 square miles, which is almost the size of Florida.
The host-material is predominantly dolomite, and the average depth is 500 meters or less. Although various production techniques are being tested, thermal in-situ (such as CSS) treatment is necessary due to the relatively high viscosity, as with oil sands.
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