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Alberta's energy regulator says Nexen Energy can resume more oilsands operations after it was forced to shutdown pipelines for not complying with maintenance and monitoring rules.
Nexen Energy is being allowed to reopen some pipelines at an Alberta oilsands operation after provincial regulators suspended the licences for them last month.
Nexen Energy is shutting down its Long Lake oilsands operations as it complies with a pipeline suspension order from the Alberta Energy Regulator.
Alberta's energy and environment ministers say they're troubled by a huge pipeline spill in the oilsands region, but they have confidence the provincial regulator will get to the bottom of what went wrong.
Nexen Energy has issued a news release saying it has found a dead duck at the site of a pipeline spill in northern Alberta.
As crews work to clean up a massive pipeline spill in Alberta, local First Nations have been left to survey the damage to the land where they've lived for generations.
The clean-up of a pipeline spill south of Fort McMurray is underway, but the cause of the contamination has yet to be confirmed.
A broken pipeline in Alberta has leaked the equivalent of two Olympic-sized swimming pools of bitumen, water and sand into the Alberta wilderness.
Oil and gas company Nexen offered an apology Friday after a pipeline broke, leaking about five million litres of bitumen, water and sand in northeastern Alberta.
A pipeline at Nexen's Long Lake oilsands project in northeastern Alberta has failed, spilling an estimated five million litres of bitumen, produced water and sand.
Nexen Energy ULC, the Canadian company acquired by China's CNOOC Ltd. more than two years ago, is cutting 400 jobs.