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MCW Energy Group is attempting to expand oil sand and oil shale resources to Utah. Companies have attempted and failed to develop this resource in these states but Rigzone caught up with MCW spokesman Paul Davey to learn about the technology they will be using to ensure success. Utah: Home of the Next Oil Sands Breakthrough By: Matthew V. Veazey (Rigzone) When you see the term oil sands, there is a good chance that you will associate it with the Canadian province Alberta. MCW Energy Group is trying to extend the geographical focus southward. Companies large and small have experimented and failed over 5 decades attempting to develop this valuable resource, said MCWs communications spokesman Paul Davey, referring to oil sand and oil shale resources in Utah, Colorado and Wyoming. All have ended in failure in terms of attempting to prove up a commercially viable extraction technology. Last October MCW founded by its CEO R.G. Jerry Bailey, a 50-year oil and gas industry veteran and former