Husky starts steam at second Sunrise plant

Husky Energy Inc. has started steam operations at the second of two processing plants at the Sunrise Energy project in northeastern Alberta (OGJ Online, July 6, 2015).

The plant is expected to begin bitumen production later this year. The first plant began production in March. Full capacity of 60,000 b/d is expected by yearend 2016.

Operator Husky has 50% interest in the steam-assisted gravity drainage project. BP PLC has 50%. Bitumen can be processed at the BP-Husky refinery in Toledo, Ohio.

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