2014 chart data

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SO2 emissions and intensity

In 2014, our SO2 emissions increased by 51 percent. This was primarily due to an increase in the sulphur content of associated gas being produced, along with oil, at our oil sands projects. Even though SO2 emissions have increased, we are still recovering over 70 percent of sulphur per our commitments in the facilities’ environmental approvals.

While our SO2 emissions intensity increased in 2014, it remains about 81 percent below the Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers’ Responsible Canadian Energy 2014 Progress Report industry average for western Canadian oil and natural gas production.

SO2 emissions (tonnes), SO2 emissions intensity (tonnes/thousand m3OE)

Measurement abbreviations used throughout the report

 

bbls barrels
BOE/d barrel of oil equivalent per day
CO2 carbon dioxide
CO2E carbon dioxide equivalent
GJ gigajoules
GHG greenhouse gas
m³OE cubic metres of oil equivalent
mg/L milligrams per litre
MMcf/d million cubic feet per day
SOR steam to oil ratio

Measurement abbreviations used throughout the report

 

bbls barrels
BOE/d barrel of oil equivalent per day
CO2 carbon dioxide
CO2E carbon dioxide equivalent
GJ gigajoules
GHG greenhouse gas
m³OE cubic metres of oil equivalent
mg/L milligrams per litre
MMcf/d million cubic feet per day
SOR steam to oil ratio