Aspen oil sands project

15 Mar 2019 A large power shovel excavates heavy oil-loaded sand from an Alberta oil sands open pit mine near Fort McMurray. The Aspen project, located  15 Mar 2019 It sanctioned the steam-driven oil sands project late last year, just on Aspen announced last November,” Rich Kruger, Imperial Oil's chief  Our projects involve construction of oil sands processing facilities including Imperial Oil's Kearl Oil Sands project is located 70 kilometers north of Fort 

20 Nov 2019 Imperial also said it would be keeping its $2.6 billion Aspen oil sands project on the sidelines until the curtailment program in the province is  29 Nov 2018 C$2.6 billion[1] in the Aspen mines, an oil sands project in Alberta, Canada. New oil sands investments face transport bottlenecks, high  29 Nov 2018 Acden Lakeshore Contracting announced Thursday that it will start work on Imperial Oil's Aspen project. Work on the in-situ steam-assisted  29 Nov 2018 contracting services for Imperial Oil Resource's Aspen in-situ steam assisted gravity drainage (SAGD) oil sands project in northeast Alberta. 17 Sep 2018 Through the responsible development of its oil sands, Canada assisted gravity drainage (SA-SAGD) at our Aspen in-situ oil sands project will  8 Nov 2018 investment decision of CA$2.6 billion to develop its Aspen project, the greenhouse gas emission intensity of its operated oil sands facilities.

8 Nov 2018 investment decision of CA$2.6 billion to develop its Aspen project, the greenhouse gas emission intensity of its operated oil sands facilities.

Fort McMurray, Alberta. Jointly owned by Imperial Oil and ExxonMobil Canada, the Kearl Oil Sands Project is one of Canada's largest open-pit mining operations ,  The Aspen Oil Sands project is a proposed in-situ steam assisted gravity drainage (SAGD) oil sands project. Aspen would produce up to 150,000 barrels of bitumen a day, putting it among the company's largest oil sources. The output would be achieved with two phases. This is revised from their original application, in which the facility would produce 135,000 barrels with three phases of The outgoing CEO of Imperial Oil Ltd. says the $2.6-billion Aspen oilsands project in northern Alberta it announced a year ago — only to cancel it a few months later — will remain on the sidelines until the province completely ends its oil curtailment program. Imperial Oil Ltd.’s commitment to begin construction this year on its $2.6-billion Aspen oilsands project in northern Alberta comes less than a week after it received long-awaited approval from The Aspen Oil Sands project is a proposed in-situ steam assisted gravity drainage (SAGD) oil sands project. The use of solvent-assisted steam assisted gravity drainage (SA-SAGD) at the Aspen in-situ oil sands project will result in about a 25-percent reduction in GHG intensity through lower energy utilization, compared to traditional SAGD production, as well as reduced water requirements Imperial said today it has slowed the pace of development of its Aspen in situ oil sands project given market uncertainty stemming from Alberta government intervention and other industry

30 Apr 2019 Imperial Oil is decreasing its planned spending on the Aspen oilsands project this year by almost 70 percent. The company

15 Mar 2019 It sanctioned the steam-driven oil sands project late last year, just on Aspen announced last November,” Rich Kruger, Imperial Oil's chief  Our projects involve construction of oil sands processing facilities including Imperial Oil's Kearl Oil Sands project is located 70 kilometers north of Fort 

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29 Nov 2018 contracting services for Imperial Oil Resource's Aspen in-situ steam assisted gravity drainage (SAGD) oil sands project in northeast Alberta. 17 Sep 2018 Through the responsible development of its oil sands, Canada assisted gravity drainage (SA-SAGD) at our Aspen in-situ oil sands project will  8 Nov 2018 investment decision of CA$2.6 billion to develop its Aspen project, the greenhouse gas emission intensity of its operated oil sands facilities. 11 Nov 2018 The Aspen project in northern Alberta will start out with capacity of 75,000 barrels per day, with the potential to grow to 150,000 barrels per day,  24 Feb 2020 Canadian miner Teck Resources announced it will drop plans for its controversial Frontier oil sands project in Alberta, Canada. The project  Fort McMurray, Alberta. Jointly owned by Imperial Oil and ExxonMobil Canada, the Kearl Oil Sands Project is one of Canada's largest open-pit mining operations , 

29 Nov 2018 Acden Lakeshore Contracting announced Thursday that it will start work on Imperial Oil's Aspen project. Work on the in-situ steam-assisted 

8 Nov 2018 investment decision of CA$2.6 billion to develop its Aspen project, the greenhouse gas emission intensity of its operated oil sands facilities. 11 Nov 2018 The Aspen project in northern Alberta will start out with capacity of 75,000 barrels per day, with the potential to grow to 150,000 barrels per day, 

8 Nov 2018 investment decision of CA$2.6 billion to develop its Aspen project, the greenhouse gas emission intensity of its operated oil sands facilities. 11 Nov 2018 The Aspen project in northern Alberta will start out with capacity of 75,000 barrels per day, with the potential to grow to 150,000 barrels per day,  24 Feb 2020 Canadian miner Teck Resources announced it will drop plans for its controversial Frontier oil sands project in Alberta, Canada. The project  Fort McMurray, Alberta. Jointly owned by Imperial Oil and ExxonMobil Canada, the Kearl Oil Sands Project is one of Canada's largest open-pit mining operations ,  The Aspen Oil Sands project is a proposed in-situ steam assisted gravity drainage (SAGD) oil sands project. Aspen would produce up to 150,000 barrels of bitumen a day, putting it among the company's largest oil sources. The output would be achieved with two phases. This is revised from their original application, in which the facility would produce 135,000 barrels with three phases of The outgoing CEO of Imperial Oil Ltd. says the $2.6-billion Aspen oilsands project in northern Alberta it announced a year ago — only to cancel it a few months later — will remain on the sidelines until the province completely ends its oil curtailment program.