CNRL's Horizon oil sands project to shut down for 20-25 days in Sept.

Thu Nov 7, 2013 1:17pm EST
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CALGARY, Alberta Nov 7 (Reuters) - Canadian Natural Resources Ltd's 112,000 barrel per day Horizon oil sands project in northern Alberta will shut down for 20 to 25 days in September 2014 to allow a coker expansion to take place, the company said on Thursday.

Production will increase to 125,000 to 128,000 bpd after the shutdown, CNRL said.