BRIEF-Alberta Premier sees some oil production restarting in days

Tue May 10, 2016 5:51pm EDT
 
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May 10 (Reuters) -

* Alberta Premier Rachel Notley says oil industry and province agree oil sands operations will only restart as soon as it is safe to do so

* Alberta Premier says expects many companies will be able to restart operations in coming days and weeks ahead

* Alberta Premier says delivery of goods by road through Fort McMurray to oil sands sites resumed on Tuesday

* Suncor CEO Steve Williams says to the north of Fort McMurray industry will be able to resume operations in a quicker way

* Suncor CEO says industry will support efforts around Fort McMurray hospital, pipelines, electrical distribution centre

* Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers CEO Tim McMillan says timelines for restarts will range from days to weeks, potentially beyond that for some projects

* Alberta Premier says need to secure safety, logistics, electrical power, pipeline access to oil sands sites

* Alberta Premier says majority of Alberta oil sands production has stopped, if that continues for months will have measurable impact to GDP   Continued...