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1.5M Litres and Counting: Volume of CNRL Tar Sands Seepage Growing
New figures released from the Alberta Energy Regulator show 1.5 million litres recovered so far.
Sep 20th, 2013
AER Failing to Protect Public Interest, Communicate Openly on CNRL Cold Lake Spills
New report criticizes the Alberta Energy Regulator for mishandling ongoing CNRL spills near Cold Lake.
Sep 19th, 2013
Alberta's unstoppable oil spill
Damages and difficulties...
Sep 7th, 2013
Three separate investigations launched into CNRL's uncontrollable oil spill
More than 1.2 million litres of bitumen emulsion have been recovered at CNRL's ongoing oil spill in Alberta.
Aug 30th, 2013
CNRL Cold Lake bitumen seepage hits 1.2 million litres
The ongoing subsurface oil spill at CNRL's Cold Lake site continues to push bitumen above ground, according to a new Alberta Energy Regulator update.
Aug 17th, 2013
CNRL Cold Lake bitumen spill continues
“There is still bitumen coming up from the ground," a regulator says, despite company claims that the leak is under control.
Aug 7th, 2013
"No control" on Cold Lake Spill, Energy Regulator says
CNRL, the company responsible for an ongoing oil spill in the tar sands, recently called the incident 'secure' in a public statement, although it has yet to be brought under control.
Jul 29th, 2013
Cashing in on Canada’s tar sands: refineries and other industries
Who profits from refining and working with tar sands products? Part three in our series exploring who has high stakes in the oil sands.
Dec 8th, 2011
Cashing in on Canada's tar sands: oil extraction
Which oil extraction companies are cleaning up in Fort McMurray? First in a series exploring who has the highest stakes in the tar sands.
Dec 2nd, 2011