Steam-Assisted Gravity Drainage, better known as SAGD, is considered to be the most viable and environmentally safe recovery technology for extracting heavy oil and bitumen. The process, which has been utilized for more than a decade, uses an advanced form of steam stimulation to extract oil from a pair of horizontal wells drilled into a reservoir.
At just a few miles an hour, the 40-ton boiler moved closer to the University of Tennessee steam plant.
Onlookers took photos and videos with their phones as the semi carrying the boiler on a trailer inched onto Lake Loudoun Boulevard and toward the plant on Monday afternoon.
In June, golfers from across the country and Canada arrived for golf, dinner and a charity auction benefiting Heartland Big Brothers Big Sisters as Cleaver-Brooks hosted its 11th annual charity golf outing and auction at Firethorn Golf Club. The evening concluded with Cleaver-Brooks representatives presenting a check to the local organization for $112,000.
The annual Cleaver-Brooks, Inc. charity golf outing and auction brought over 140 golfers from across the country and Canada to Firethorn Golf Club on June 2 and resulted in a check of $112,000 for Heartland Big Brothers Big Sisters.