Blames ongoing economic struggles in the Canadian oilpatch.
Worker who has injured has been transported to a burn unit at an Edmonton hospital.
The subsidiary of Chinese state-owned CNOOC Ltd. was ordered to cease operating 95 pipelines in August.
AER ordered company to cease operation of 95 pipelines because it was not complying with maintenance and monitoring regulations.
Says cuts are compliant with commitments made to the federal government in CNOOC takeover.
The project southeast of Hong Kong taps into three offshore fields, using shared infrastructure to produce the gas.
ADRs were worth about C$212 on Wednesday.
Says NDP is open to foreign investment, energy development and greater pipeline access.
North Sea oilfield is expected to produce eight million barrels of oil.
CNOOC offer is a neat fit for conservative rhetoric as Harper aggresively court’s Asia and attract more investment in Canada.
Observers say CNOOC’s $15.1 billion bid for Nexen is a chance to clarify ground rules in a new world where state-directed investors are flexing their muscles.
University of Alberta poll suggests Chinese resources investment is acceptable, but ownership is less welcome.
Critics say ambiguity is harming Canada’s foreign investment process.