Perspective: never an era like it
Perspective: never an era like it John Pearson, P.Eng., was recently appointed Hatch’s Global Managing Director, Energy (prior to that he was Global Managing Director, Project Delivery Group). John is a member of the Hatch Board of Directors and a graduate of Queen’s University, Kingston, Canada. He joined Hatch in 1982. This is his inaugural article for Energy Innovations.

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Next generation oil sands extraction technology
Next generation oil sands extraction technology Since the 1970s, Hatch has played a key role in developing technologies to advance commercialization of the Alberta oil sands. We are now in the final development stages of the next-generation in situ technology for bitumen extraction, N-Solv™. The process uses no water, has one seventh the carbon footprint of steam-assisted gravity drainage, and demonstrates robust economics for a wide range of oil sands reservoirs and market pricing of oil.

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Award-winning and groundbreaking step in
dam safety
Award-winning and groundbreaking step in dam safety Canada’s first nation-wide dam-safety standard was completed in a single year with the combined expertise of Hatch and MOBEC Engineering. The new directive was initiated by Parks Canada in January 2009, and the project received an award of excellence from the Consulting Engineers of Ontario.

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Water and power management in Africa and Asia
Water and power management in Africa and Asia We recently won two contracts for the application of Hatch’s Vista DSS™ system to manage two significant hydroelectric developments – 1,180 MW in Ghana and 1,070 MW in Laos.

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Guest article: charging ahead
Guest article: charging Ahead With the unprecedented demand to integrate intermittent renewable energy sources into electric systems around the world, the interest in energy storage has increased dramatically. Dale McMaster discusses some of the technologies being considered by the industry.

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