Mye mer tjæreoljeCanadiske myndigheter tror produksjonen av konvensjonell olje vil være ganske stabil frem mot 2030. Produksjon av oljesand vil derimot øke til 3,7 millioner fat per dag, opp fra 2.2 mill fat per dag i 2015. Foto: Halfdan Carstens

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According to the Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers (CAPP), crude oil production is expected to increase by 28% over the next 15 years, reaching 4.9 mb/d by 2030 (up from 3.8 mb/d in 2015), skriver enerdata.net.
Increased oil production will require the development of new transportation infrastructures, which are currently matching oil production levels (nearly 4 mb/d each).
Oil sands will remain the primary driver for growth in Canadian crude oil production: by 2030, oil sands are expected to produce 3.7 mb/d, i.e. more than 1.5 mb/d over current production levels.
Conventional oil production in Western Canada, including condensates, will decline from 1.3 mb/d in 2015 to 1.1 mb/d by 2018 and is expected to remain relatively stable to 2030.

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