2022 Global Energy Show
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Acceleware to provide an update and initial results from the Marwayne RF XL Pilot of Acceleware’s RF heating technology. The company will also provide insight into the potential for the CTI (Clean Tech Inverter) technology that powers RF XL to be applied to decarbonize other industrial heating processes.
Tuesday, June 7, 2022
3:00pm - 3:30pm MST
Acceleware’s clean-tech commercial pilot project – a world first for electrification of heavy oil and oil sands production, reached the power-up stage in Q1 2022. Once the RF XL electrification technology behind the pilot is proven, it could deliver major progress in decarbonization milestones within Canada and could help to the oil and gas sector achieve net zero greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions by 2050.
Acceleware’s $20 million fully-funded commercial scale pilot of RF XL in Marwayne, Alberta, will demonstrate a next-gen transitional technology that will replace natural gas generated steam with radio frequency energy. This technology could quickly produce vastly cleaner heavy oil and oil sands production — essentially providing a much-needed mechanism to ‘connect the dots’ between the old and the new during the energy transition.
In this presentation we will provide an overview of the pilot project at Marwayne, test results to date, next steps in the commercialization of RF XL, and insights into the future potential applications of the Clean Tech Inverter (CTI) to support the energy transition by decarbonizing other industrial heating processes.