Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada (PRWEB) November 26, 2012
The lease site preparation program is essentially completed with the entry way and entrance roads to the extraction plant pad are now complete in the form of a three level access from the main road. This will provide proper drainage and all-year access to the site operations. For electrical system installation, a legal survey of the lease and an easement survey were successfully completed and submitted to the State of Utah authorities. An electrical contractor has been appointed and work is now proceeding. MCW’s engineering firm, Epic Engineering has completed a plan for the erection of steel and electrical system integration. The pouring of the concrete pad for the extraction unit is scheduled for the beginning of December. A storage yard has been completed and already contains the first shipment of the major extraction unit components. The erection of steel and the placement of the unit components are scheduled for mid-December. A local firm, Uinta Machinery, is providing the fabrication of the oil sands input equipment and systems. They are now fabricating the pre-mixer, sealed pug mill and feeding tank. The last containers with the rectification column, pumps, pipes, and compressors are due to arrive onsite very shortly.
On November 14th, MCW’s Chairman, Alexander Blyumkin, CEO Dr. Jerry Bailey and COO David Sutton toured the lease site and were impressed with the progress of site preparation. “All of our site contractors are doing a terrific job to keep everything on schedule and on-budget,” remarked CEO Dr. Jerry Bailey. “It looks like we will be ready to commence testing here in early January and our goal of initial production during Q1 2013 looks like a reality,” he added. The MCW management team inspected the shovel-ready feedstock already on site for testing and production, and they also visited the nearby Temple Mountain Energy mine site (12 miles away) to see the source of their oil sands materials for the next five years.
About MCW’s Technology:
MCW has developed an environmentally-friendly, continuous flow, closed-loop extraction technology on which a patent application is pending in both the United States and Canada. While this technology has not been previously proven in the United States or Canada, MCW anticipates that it will extract all types of hydrocarbons from oil sands materials (oil-wet or water-wet).
This extraction technology is anticipated not to use any water during the extraction process. It is also not anticipated to produce greenhouse gases, nor does it require high temperatures or pressures, and is anticipated to extract a significant amount of hydrocarbon content. It is also anticipated to recycle a significant amount of benign solvents within the closed-loop system.
About MCW Enterprises Ltd:
MCW, through its wholly-owned subsidiary, MCW Energy Group Limited, is focused on value creation as ( i) a distributor of gasoline and diesel fuels to service stations in Southern California for over 60 years, having revenue in the fiscal year ending August 31, 2011, of US$241.5 million and, (ii) as a developer of proprietary technology for the extraction of oil from sand at its first field in the Uinta Basin of Utah, USA. MCW’s management team is comprised of individuals who have extensive knowledge in both conventional and unconventional oil and gas projects and production, as well as refinery and fuel distribution experience. For additional information on MCW, please visit: http://www.mcwenergygroup.com .
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