Oil sands, or technically bituminous sands, are a kind of unusual deposition of petroleum.
The oil sands are either loose sand or partially sandstone, and contain a natural presence of a mixture of sand, silt and water.
Saturated with a dense and highly viscous form of petroleum, which is technically referred to as bitumine (or colloquially because of its superficial appearance).
Natural bituminous deposits are found in many countries, but are particularly abundant in Canada.
Other major reserves are in Kazakhstan and Russia. Oil deposits around the world are estimated at more than 2 trillion barrels (320 billion cubic meters);estimates include deposits not yet detected.
Proven reserves of bitumen contain approximately 100 billion barrels,  and total natural bitumen reservoirs are estimated.
There are numerous deposits of oil sands in the world, but the largest and most important are in Canada and Venezuela.
With lesser deposits in Kazakhstan and Russia. The total volume of non-conventional oil in the oil sands of these countries exceeds the reserves of conventional oil in all other countries combined.
Vast deposits of bitumen – over 350 billion cubic meters (2.2 trillion barrels) of oil in place – exist in the Canadian provinces of Alberta and Saskatchewan.
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In my introductions at training seminars and industry events, such as the SPE New Hire Orientation.
I often describe myself as an “oil industry lifer”. Some career highlights include:
- 18 years management experience with Schlumberger, Superior Oil -Mobile, Wilson Industries, and Exxon.
- 13 years energy consulting experience with PriceWaterhouseCoopers.
- Consultant to US and International oil and gas companies since 1986.
- Management experience across Upstream, Midstream, and Downstream business segments.
- Active in the Society of Petroleum Engineers and often presents at industry forums.
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And gas to learn how an industry veteran stays abreast of developments in such a dynamic, global industry.
Of course I read the news and many industry reports, but after all these years.
I really rely on the following three publications to stay on top of the oil and gas industry.
I like getting the printed magazines, but many resources and articles are available free online.
Oil remains the most important source of income for the Sultanate, but Oman has made natural gas the cornerstone of its diversification strategy and economic growth.