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Technology Area

Select the Technology Area to view a list of PTAC projects in their respective technical areas.
2016

Air Emissions Reduction Request for Technologies (RFT)

PTAC is seeking voluntary responses for new and innovative technologies related to oil and gas production to address areas of concern, as indicated in the scope section of this document. Interested parties are invited to submit proposals according to the

2016

Water Management Request for Technologies (RFT)

On behalf of the Tight Oil and Shale Gas Innovation Network (TOGIN), PTAC is seeking voluntary responses for new and innovative technologies related to water management needs tight oil and shale gas production to address areas of concern, as indicated in

2016

PARSC 011 – Potential Impact of Power Lines on Corrosion of Abandoned Pipelines

This RFP has been formulated by the PTAC facilitated Pipeline Abandonment Research Steering Committee (PARSC), with the purpose of commissioning a number of research projects and studies to address technical knowledge gaps related to pipeline abandonment.

2016

PARSC 007 – Recommended Practice for Cleaning Pipelines for Abandonment – Stage 1

This RFP has been formulated by the PTAC facilitated Pipeline Abandonment Research Steering Committee (PARSC), with the purpose of commissioning a number of research projects and studies to address technical knowledge gaps related to pipeline abandonment.

2016

PARSC 008 – Risk-Based Decision Making Framework for Pipeline Abandonment

This RFP has been formulated by the PTAC facilitated Pipeline Abandonment Research Steering Committee (PARSC), with the purpose of commissioning a number of research projects and studies to address technical knowledge gaps related to pipeline abandonment.

2016

PARSC 012 – Water Conduit Effect in Abandoned Pipelines

This RFP has been formulated by the PTAC facilitated Pipeline Abandonment Research Steering Committee (PARSC), with the purpose of commissioning a number of research projects and studies to address technical knowledge gaps related to pipeline abandonment.

2015

Request for Proposals: Technology Roadmap to Address Wellbore Leakage

The Canadian Society for Gas Migration (CSGM) and Petroleum Technology Alliance Canada (PTAC) invites you to respond to the subject Request for Proposals (RFP). The CSGM encourages potential project suppliers that can meet a portion of the need outlined i

2015

Request for Proposals Water Subject Matter Expert for the Tight Oil and Shale Gas Innovation Network and Roadmap

The objective of this project is to provide knowledge to industry, government, and academia by addressing current issues and opportunities related to the development of unconventional tight oil and shale gas resources using hydraulic fracturing. PTAC will

2015

Analysis and Reporting of a Trial of an Auxiliary Burner System in Glycol Dehydration Units

PTAC wishes to retain the services of a qualified research organization or consulting firm (the Contractor) with demonstrated experience in SlipStream technology to provide the services described in this document. Interested parties are invited to submit

Emission Reduction / Eco-efficiency
2015

Natural Resources Canada CanmetENERGY-Devon Upstream Air Issues Research Initiative (UPAIRI)

On behalf of Natural Resources Canada CanmetENERGY-Devon, PTAC is collecting proposals from academic research institutions to provide research services described in this request for proposal document with a completion date of no later than March 31, 2016.

Emission Reduction / Eco-efficiency Environment Environment: Air - Flaring, Venting and Odour Fundamental Research
2015

Flow Line Abandonment Technology

The objective of this project is to reduce the overall cost and environmental impact of abandoning flow lines (small diameter pipelines).

2015

Request For Proposals to Address Soil and Groundwater Issues

Surface Casing Vent Flow and Gas Migration
REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL (RFP) SGRC-1501

2015

Climate and Clean Air Coalition’s (CCAC) Oil and Gas Initiative’s Technology Development Component (2016-17)

http://www.unep.org/ccac/Initiatives/CCACOilGasInitiative/Technologydemonstrationfortherecoveryofhydro/tabid/794016/Default.aspx

On behalf of the Climate and Clean Air Coalition’s (CCAC) Oil and Gas Initiative’s Technology Development Component, PTAC wishes to retain the services of an engineering or consulting firm to provide the services described in the attached document from 20

2014

PARSC 005 – Standard Pipeline Products List and Detection of Residual Contamination in Abandoned Pipelines (Request for Proposals)

This RFP has been formulated by the PTAC facilitated Pipeline Abandonment Research Steering Committee (PARSC), with the purpose of commissioning a number of research projects and studies to address technical knowledge gaps related to pipeline abandonment.

Oil Production and Transportation Pipelines
2013

Pipeline Abandonment Research Program

Oil Sands Pipelines

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