When was Kearl Lake built?

Production at Kearl’s initial development began in April 2013 while the start-up of the Kearl expansion in mid-2015 brought production capacity to 220,000 bpd. Located 70 kilometres (43.5 miles) north of Fort McMurray, AB, Kearl is jointly owned by Imperial (71 percent) and ExxonMobil Canada (29 percent).

What is the Kearl Lake project?

The Kearl Oil Sands Project is an oil sands mine in the Athabasca Oil Sands region at the Kearl Lake area, about 70 kilometres (43 mi) north of Fort McMurray in Alberta, Canada. The project is being developed in three phases with the first phase completed mid-2013.

What is Kearl crude oil?

Kearl is a heavy, high sulfur diluted bitumen that is ideal for refineries with heavy crude capabilities. Kearl has an API gravity of 20.2 and contains 3.85 wt percent sulfur and 9.1 wt percent Conradson carbon, making it an attractive coker feed.

Where is Kearl Alberta?

The Kearl oil sands project is located 70km away from Fort McMurray in Alberta, Canada. The onshore field is owned by Imperial Oil and ExxonMobil. Imperial Oil is the operator of the project.

When did Exxon buy Imperial Oil?

1898
Over a century of quality and innovation. Our story began in 1880 in London, Ontario, when 16 refiners created the Imperial Oil Company. In 1898 Standard Oil of New Jersey (now Exxon Mobil Corporation) acquired a majority interest in Imperial.

Who bought out Esso?

ExxonMobil
Esso

Product type Gasoline, lubricants
Owner ExxonMobil (1999–present)
Produced by ExxonMobil
Country United States
Introduced 1911

Did Esso buy Husky?

Did Esso buy Husky? No. As part of the agreement, Husky Travel Centres and a select number of Husky retail stations also changed fuel brands from Husky to Esso™ and are offering Fuel Technology Synergy™ gasoline (Synergy Fuel). Husky continues to own and operate these stations.

Is Circle K owned by Esso?

Circle K Stores Inc….Circle K.

Type Wholly owned subsidiary
Number of employees 40,000+
Parent Alimentation Couche-Tard
Website circlek.com
Footnotes / references

Is Husky going out of business?

In 2020, the company agreed to be acquired by Cenovus Energy. The deal closed in January 2021 and Husky became a subsidiary of Cenovus….Husky Energy.

Formerly Husky Oil Limited
Type Public company (1953–87, 2000–2021)
Traded as TSX: HSE
Industry Petroleum industry
Founded 1938 as Husky Refining Company

Who are the owners of the Kearl Oil Field?

Production at Kearl’s initial development began in April 2013 while the start-up of the Kearl expansion in mid-2015 brought production capacity to 220,000 bpd. Located 70 kilometres (43.5 miles) north of Fort McMurray, AB, Kearl is jointly owned by Imperial (71 percent) and ExxonMobil Canada (29 percent).

What kind of training do you get at Kearl?

All Kearl workers go through rigorous training, related to both site risks and the specific hazards associated with individual roles. Supervision is on-site to ensure workers are ready to work safely, every day.

How big is the Kearl lease in Alberta?

Imperial manages issues associated with tailings until they are safely returned underground as part of our ongoing reclamation of the Kearl lease. Kearl’s leases occupy approximately 200 square kilometres (76 square miles) in the Athabasca region of northern Alberta.

What is the Emergency Response Plan for Kearl?

Kearl has a fully-developed emergency response plan (ERP) that is tested regularly and supported by training and practice exercises, and ongoing communication with nearby communities. We will reach out to nearby residents if required during an emergency, or if any day-to-day operations could impact those in the area.