The following tools related to crude blending and crude comparisons have been provided for public use. These tools should be used for informational purposes only.
Calculate the amount of diluent that would be required to reach a target density. Choose either SI units (kg/m3 and m3) or US units (°API and barrels).
Determine the blending compatibility of two crudes based on their solubility and insolubility numbers.
Custom report feature designed to allow for a comparison of properties across multiple crudes and condensates.
This chart can be used to quickly look up basic analysis and mini-assay data for many Canadian crudes.
"Comparison of the Behaviour of Spilled Conventional and Non-Conventional Oils through Laboratory and Meso-Scale Testing"
This study was commissioned with the goal of significantly enhancing the state of knowledge of oil properties and behaviour for spills of conventional and non-conventional oils in a range of environmental conditions.
This chart can be used to quickly look up data important to crude oil spill response for many Canadian crudes. (Last updated on August 18, 2015)
This page lists the test procedures used to obtain data for crudemonitor.ca (Last updated on July 7, 2016)
This page is used to find reports for samples taken prior to July 1, 2010. Batch reports and Monthly Summary Reports are available.