New figures released from the Alberta Energy Regulator show 1.5 million litres recovered so far.
New report criticizes the Alberta Energy Regulator for mishandling ongoing CNRL spills near Cold Lake.
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More than 1.2 million litres of bitumen emulsion have been recovered at CNRL's ongoing oil spill in Alberta.
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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.
“There is still bitumen coming up from the ground," a regulator says, despite company claims that the leak is under control.
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.
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