Upgraders on the up and up for Alberta
Canada-China venture joins three other plans to process oil sands’ bitumen in Edmonton area, ignoring Imperial’s message
Petroleum News Canadian Contributing Writer
What made Imperial Oil uneasy has not deterred others as they roll out plans for upgraders to support rapid growth in Alberta’s oil sands production.
Start-up producer Synenco Energy, in partnership with China’s Sinopec, said it has chosen a location for a two-stage, 100,000 barrel per day plant ne....
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