Blueprint for oil sands survival
Teck embarks on regulatory process for C$20.6 billion mine, with plans to ship 20 percent of output to US Gulf Coast refineries
for Petroleum News
Teck Resources, the Vancouver-based mining giant, has suddenly emerged as a power in the Alberta oil sands.
In early September it shared the spotlight at the grand opening of the Fort Hills mine — a 194,000 barrels per day operation owned by a trio made up of Suncor as 54.1 percent operator, France’....
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C$20.6 billion price tag
FID in mid-2019
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