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News Tagged By: Nexen

Nexen allowed to re-open 10 pipelines
The Alberta Energy Regulator has allowed Nexen to re-open ten pipelines that were suspended along with 85 others last month.
Posted on 9-17-2015 at 9:10 AM
Alberta regulator allows Nexen to resume some Long Lake operations
Provincial regulators in Alberta are at least partially convinced Nexen can operate safely in the oil sands, but the Chinese-owned company could still face prosecution.
Posted on 9-07-2015 at 12:56 PM
Energy Watch: Is Canada getting what it bargained for from CNOOC?
After taking over Nexen in 2012, CNOOC committed to listing its shares on the TSX, maintaining the Canadian headcount and adhering to high safety standards. But the company may not be keeping its promise.
Posted on 9-02-2015 at 1:40 PM
Canadian synthetic crude spikes on Syncrude fire, Nexen pipelines
Canadian Oil Sands, the biggest shareholder in the Syncrude oil sands project, said it halted production after a fire damaged its processing facility on Saturday, causing traders to scramble to secure temporarily short supply.
Posted on 8-31-2015 at 1:48 PM
Alberta regulator forces Nexen Energy to shut down 95 pipelines
Provincial authorities in Alberta are not convinced Nexen Energy can operate safety in the oil sands. Until that changes, the company's flagship production facility could effectively remain offline.
Posted on 8-30-2015 at 7:59 PM
Syncrude pegs losses at up to $10/barrel as oil prices collapse
Canada's largest synthetic crude project is not likely to shut down operations, its biggest owner said on Wednesday, even as a company presentation showed it is losing about $10 for every barrel it produces.
Posted on 8-20-2015 at 8:33 AM
Nexen spill worsens outlook for Canadian pipeline plans
It’s becoming increasingly difficult to get oil-sands pipeline projects off the ground, and Alberta’s worst spill since 1980 will probably make it tougher.
Posted on 7-28-2015 at 9:34 AM
Nexen pipeline spills oil emulsion near Fort McMurray
A pipeline owned by Nexen Energy ULC has spilled about 31,500 barrels of oil “emulsion” in northern Alberta, the province’s energy watchdog says.
Posted on 7-16-2015 at 7:10 PM
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