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syncrude

[′sin‚krüd]
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8, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -(TSX: COS) Canadian Oil Sands Limited ("COS") today announced Syncrude has commenced a turnaround of Coker 8-2, advancing maintenance originally scheduled for mid-2016 in order to improve coker throughput.
One of these two sources said two Indian oil and gas companies have also shown interest in Canadian Oil Sands, which owns a 37 per cent stake in Syncrude - Canada's biggest synthetic crude project.
Canadian Oil Sands had said it was baffled with the timing of the Suncor offer, observing it came amid budget and splurging considerations for the Syncrude venture.
5[degrees] API oil, with the output of syncrude until 2009 averaging 180,000 b/d of 32[degrees] API oil.
The discovery of about 30 dead blue herons near a run-off pond at a Syncrude operation in northeastern Alberta has resulted in an outcry against oversight and management of oilsands operations.
Approximately 30 great blue herons were found dead near a run-off pond at the Mildred Lake mine site, operated by Syncrude.
Now, however, Citgo which also has a fully-owned at Lake Charles with a unit able to process syncrude is taking the surplus from CVP.
The Syncrude Canada Innovation Award, sponsored by Syncrude Canada, is Santiago Faucher, Xerox Research Centre of Canada.
BMT WBM, a subsidiary of BMT Group Ltd, announced the successful deployment of its innovative machine health, production and payload management system, the Pulse TerraMetrix RS for Syncrude Canada, based in the Northern Alberta Oil Sands region which produces over 350,000 barrels of oil a day.
Taking advantage of the current boom, he preserves some of the thinking around the refining of Fischer-Tropsch syncrude in hope that the reference can bridge the inevitable bust to the next boom.
The syncrude is shipped from the Jose terminal for further processing mainly at the Chalmette refinery and partly in Germany.
pdf) is commonly practiced in Alberta, the Court of Appeal ruling on whether Syncrude was an employer could have a significant impact on Alberta human rights law.