- Operator: Shell
- Country: Canada
- Location: Peace River, Alberta
- Production start:
- Type: Heavy Oil
- Estimated Reserves:
- Production Volume: 80,000 bpd (Planned)
- The project is expected to produce about 80,000 barrels per day of heavy oil using steam recovery methods
- There will be 13 well pads in the initial development
- An inter field pipeline system will transport steam to the wells and produce bitumen, water and natural gas that will be sent to central processing facilities.
- The central processing facilities will separate bitumen from water and natural gas, which can then be used to produce steam.
- Diluted bitumen is expected to be exported to existing North American refineries.
- ICA Fluor: modular fabrication and procurement services for 13 well pads
- NEM: Engineering, fabrication and supply (Delivery At Place) of three Once Through Heat Recovery Steam Generators
- 2010 - Shell submitted its regulatory application
- 2013 - Regulatory approval given
- 2013 - Final investment decision reached
- 2014 - ICA Fluor awarded contract for fabrication and procurement
- Shell moves ahead with 80,000 barrel per day Carmon Creek project
- NEM started fabrication for Shell Carmon Creek
- ICA Fluor Awarded Fabrication Contract for Shell’s Heavy Oil Extraction Project in Canada
- Shell to halt Carmon Creek in situ project