Northern Alberta, Canada
Situated in the Athabasca region, this oil sands project uses Steam Assisted Gravity Drainage (SAGD) as its primary production method. The facility produces approximately 35,000 – 40,000 barrels of oil per day. Tarpon was contracted to supply seven substations for this operation. Three buildings were placed in the site’s Central Processing Facility (CPF) and four buildings at the Well Pad site. The main building was designed for medium and low voltage distribution to meet the client’s environmental requirements. All units were built to accommodate the installation and operation of additional electrical equipment. Tarpon’s team of technical professionals provided solutions for engineering, design and installation of the electrical and control systems.
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