Cleanup underway of oil and gas extraction process byproduct in Northern Alberta.
Will add three steam-driven well-pads that will send bitumen to its existing facilities.
Men were doing maintenance inside a hydrogen compressor building at the Long Lake upgrader when the explosion occurred.
Shelves plans to restart part of its Alberta oil sands operations damaged by a blast in January that killed two workers.
Blames ongoing economic struggles in the Canadian oilpatch.
Worker who has injured has been transported to a burn unit at an Edmonton hospital.
Offer would give Canadian Oil Sands shareholders a stake in Canada’s largest integrated energy company.
The subsidiary of Chinese state-owned CNOOC Ltd. was ordered to cease operating 95 pipelines in August.
Timing of rupture narrowed to a “shocking” two-week period.
Five million litres of bitumen, sand and produced water discovered July 15 near the Long Lake oil sands facility.
Energy company believes it expired before deterrents in place.
Company says the affected area is about 16,000 square metres, mostly along the pipeline’s route.
Says cuts are compliant with commitments made to the federal government in CNOOC takeover.
CITIC Securities and China Shenghai Investment Management have neither admitted nor denied the allegations.
David Johnston is upbeat about an impending visit where he hopes to continue the four decades of Canada-Sino relations.