Metal extraction process for Metal from oil sands could cost up to $600,000

Metal extraction is a process used to extract metals from oil sand and oil sands.

There are two main types of metal extraction: extraction and processing.

The extraction process requires a combination of mechanical pressure, pressure of air, and high-temperature (above 300°C).

The processing process involves a mixture of chemicals and other solvents.

There is also a process that uses steam, which is generally considered to be the preferred process in oil sands mining.

The cost of metal mining in Alberta is not high compared to other provinces.

In fact, the average cost of extraction and the cost of processing are almost identical.

However, the cost can vary significantly depending on a number of factors.

For example, the price of metal is typically based on a variety of factors, including the size of the deposit, the type of ore, the size and location of the pit, the thickness of the rock, and the degree of pressure.

The price of mining gold in the U.S. is typically more expensive than the price in Canada.

The U.K. has a lower cost of gold than the U of A does, and there are many other factors that make it more expensive in Canada than in the United States.

In addition, the U-turn in U.k. gold prices during the 2008-2009 recession, combined with the recent spike in U-Turns in the price for gold in China, have made the U S. gold market more volatile than in Canada, with prices on the decline.