N-Solv Corporation

  • Developed an alternative process to steam-assisted gravity drainage (SAGD) that uses warm solvent rather than steam
  • Solvent is heated to 40 °C and comprised of condensed butane for shallow depths or condensed propane for deeper resources, compared to 250 °C for steam in SAGD
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