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March 1, 2009

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The Turner Valley gas plant site, used for many decades for petroleum production and refining, was decommissioned after 1985 and was designated as a historic site in 1995. A reclamation program was implemented for the redevelopment of the site. As part of the reclamation program, a groundwater...


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January 16, 2009

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The Turner Valley gas plant site, used for many decades for petroleum production and refining, was decommissioned after 1985 and was designated as a historic site in 1995. A reclamation program was implemented for the redevelopment of the site. As part of the reclamation program, a groundwater...


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December 1, 2008

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Presents the results of groundwater monitoring at the historic Turner Valley gas plant. The objective of this program was to improve the understanding of groundwater flow at the site and delineate the distribution of contaminants of concern along the boundaries of the site. The Turner Valley gas...


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December 1, 2007

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The Turner Valley gas plant represents the commencement of the oil and natural gas industry and its material contributions to a prosperous Alberta. The Turner Valley Gas Plant Resolution Advisory Panel was announced in January 2006 to advise the Minister of Tourism, Parks, Recreation, and Culture...


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November 7, 2007

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The Turner Valley gas plant site, used for many decades for petroleum production and refining, was decommissioned after 1985 and was designated as a historic site in 1995. A reclamation program was implemented for the redevelopment of the site. In July 2008, iron oxide seeps were observed at the...


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November 30, 2005

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Presents the results of a study to locate accumulations of naturally occurring radioactive material in surface production equipment at the Turner Valley gas plant. Results show that there is no evidence of technically enhanced naturally occurring radioactive material. The Turner Valley gas plant,...


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October 18, 2005

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The Turner Valley gas plant site, used for many decades for petroleum production and refining, was decommissioned after 1985 and was designated as a historic site in 1995. The objectives of the groundwater monitoring program were to: verify that known contaminants on site are not reaching the...


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October 1, 2005

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Presents the results of a project to remove and/or remediate elemental sulphur found on the site of the Turner Valley gas plant. The Turner Valley gas plant, western Canada’s first natural gas processing and refining facility and the site of Alberta’s first major oil and gas discovery, is a...


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February 1, 2005

Description

The Turner Valley gas plant site, used for many decades for petroleum production and refining, was decommissioned after 1985 and was designated as a historic site in 1995. A reclamation program was implemented for the redevelopment of the site. As part of the reclamation program, a contract was...


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December 1, 2003

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Presents the results of a project to delineate and excavate soil impacted with high mercury concentrations. The Turner Valley gas plant, western Canada’s first natural gas processing and refining facility and the site of Alberta’s first major oil and gas discovery, is a provincial historic...