Peace Pipe Sour

What is Peace Pipe Sour?

Peace Pipe Sour is a conventionally produced light sour stream from northwestern Alberta. A large proportion of the SPR production is blended into Medium Sour Blend (MSB), and smaller volumes travel to the west coast in blended and segregated batches.

Most Recent Sample Comments

SPR-187, Jul 3, 2017

MCR and metals were slightly reduced in the July sample of Peace Pipe Sour. Typical simulated distillation results are included.

Last 6 Samples // Monthly Reports



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Basic Analysis

Property

Most Recent Sample

6 Month Average

1 Year Average

5 Year Average

Density (kg/m3)

834.0

836.0

838.6

846.5

Gravity (oAPI)

38.0

37.6

37.1

35.5

Sulphur (wt%)

1.61

1.66

1.75

2.02

MCR (wt%)

2.60

2.93

3.29

3.78

Nickel (mg/kg)

12.4

13.4

16.1

19.7

Vanadium (mg/kg)

33.0

36.7

45.6

57.1


Light Ends Summary


Property (vol%)

Most Recent Sample

6 Month Average

1 Year Average

5 Year Average

C3-

0.38

0.46

0.46

0.43

Butanes

3.63

3.96

4.27

3.94

Pentanes

3.34

3.65

3.64

3.41

Hexanes

5.48

5.78

5.73

5.44

Heptanes

6.27

6.47

6.34

6.03

Octanes

6.57

6.72

6.59

6.27

Nonanes

5.48

5.28

5.38

5.01

Decanes

2.40

2.72

2.69

2.58


BTEX

Property (vol%)

Most Recent Sample

6 Month Average

1 Year Average

5 Year Average

Benzene

0.27

0.28

0.26

0.28

Toluene

0.77

0.78

0.73

0.75

Ethyl Benzene

0.22

0.23

0.22

0.24

Xylenes

0.97

1.00

0.93

0.93


Distillation

TBP

ASTM D2892 & D5236

No assays available for this crude.

HTSD

ASTM D7169