It is estimated that the daily output of crude oil

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It is estimated that the daily output of crude oil in Canada will reach 6.7 million barrels in 2030

it is estimated that the daily output of crude oil in Canada will reach 6.7 million barrels in 2030

June 8, 2013

[China paint information] the Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers (CAPP) predicts that although the future of the new oil pipeline is unclear and has advantages unmatched by other ports, the growth of crude oil production in Canada will still be higher than last year's forecast, In 2030, the daily output of crude oil will reach 6.7 million barrels, more than twice that of 3.2 million barrels in 2012. Among them, 300000 barrels come from traditional 2. Crude oil production in processing technology, and new technology can squeeze more crude oil from mature oil fields

The annual report of CAPP last year predicted that the daily output of crude oil would reach 6.2 million barrels in 2030, and the latest forecast daily output this year increased by 500000 barrels. According to the 2013 gb/t 3105 (2) 002 outlook report on the radius of fillets under ordinary bolts and screw heads, an important driving force for the increase in crude oil production. With the rising price of plastic chemical raw materials with the development of the economy, new technology has opened up oil deposits that could not be exploited previously. For example, in the newly increased 500000 barrels per day, 300000 barrels were "squeezed" from the old oil wells in western Canada using new technology. The report also predicts that the crude oil production produced in the traditional way is expected to increase slightly from the current daily output of 1.2 million barrels to 1.4 million barrels in 2015, and will maintain this daily production level until 2030

the largest source of crude oil in Canada is oil sands. CAPP predicts that crude oil from oil sands will reach 5.2 million barrels per day by 2030, compared with 1.8 million barrels per day mined in this way last year

at present, the country with the largest crude oil output in the world is Russia, followed by Saudi Arabia, the third is the United States, China ranks fourth, Iran ranks fifth, and Canada, Mexico, Brazil, Iraq and Kuwait rank sixth to tenth. However, with the continuous reduction of crude oil reserves in some major oil producing countries, it is expected that Canada's crude oil production ranking will rise to the third and fourth place in 2030

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