06 October 2011 15:18 [Source: ICIS news]
TORONTO (ICIS)--Fluor has won a contract for work on a planned oil sands refinery project near ?xml:namespace>
The refinery will include carbon capture and storage to reduce its environmental impact, Fluor added. It did not disclose details about capacities, costs or the expected start-up date.
According to information on NWR's website, the project's planned processing capacity is 150,000 bbl/day, with construction expected to begin next year.
Fluor’s said its contract includes front-end engineering and design (FEED) services for the project.
Canadian chemical producers and labour leaders have repeatedly argued that oil sands upgrading and refining should take place in
NWR is a joint venture between North West Upgrading and Canadian Natural Resources.
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