Some wetlands appear to have been affected, but not any sources of drinking water.
Another 9,400 litres of oil entered the cooling water system, while 9,900 litres were captured in a containment trench.
Alberta Energy Regulator investigated bitumen-water mixture oozing to the surface at CNRL’s site.
Leak discovered Jan 4.
Oil sands producer had wanted to steam within a “restricted zone” at its Primrose project.
Apache Canada Ltd. says the nearby Zama River has not been affected by the leak.
22 barrels leak from plant in Port Moody, small amount seeps into Burrard Inlet.