CALGARY, Alberta, Oct 18 (Reuters) - Canadian Oil Sands Ltd said on Friday the Syncrude project in northern Alberta still has reduced natural gas supplies and was not shipping product after a TransCanada Corp pipeline break on Thursday.
“We are still working with a reduced natural gas supply to our operation. We are not shipping. We are still continuing to produce and we store on site,” spokeswoman Siren Fisekci said.
Canadian Oil Sands is the largest shareholder in the Syncrude project, which is a joint venture with Imperial Oil Ltd , Mocal Energy, Murphy Oil Corp, Nexen Inc, Sinopec Corp, and Suncor Energy Inc.