WEEKLY PUBLICATIONS
The Oil Sands Weekly
Energy Market Review
US Inventory Report


WEEKLY NEWSLETTER
Sign-up for the latest oil sands news, site updates and what's moving energy markets, delivered to your inbox every week-end:

WE RESPECT YOUR PRIVACY
Opt out anytime by clicking "UNSUBSCRIBE" at the bottom of the newsletter.
Repairs progressing at Mildred Lake but return to normal delayed to mid-July

Repairs progressing at Mildred Lake but return to normal delayed to mid-July

Suncor Energy has once again pushed back its forecast for Syncrude's return to normal operation, this time estimating mid-July.

The company says light oil shipments have been reduced to 130,000 bbl/day, down from a previous estimate of 140,000 bbl/day.

The Syncrude facility has been crippled since mid-March after a naphtha leak sparked an explosion at the upgrader. The leak originated from a 6-inch carbon steel line on a naphtha hydrotreater recycle circuit. Damage was isolated to an adjacent piperack.

Syncrude's Mildred Lake upgrader has the capacity to produce 350,000 bbl/day of light sweet crude. Suncor Energy has a 54% stake in the facility, which is currently operated by Imperial Oil.

Suncor says the outage will not affect the company's 2017 production guidance.

 
Canadian energy markets according to CAPP

Canadian energy markets according to CAPP

BP's view of world energy markets hints at where oil prices are likley headed

BP's view of world energy markets hints at where oil prices are likley headed

0