Crude oil production in Canada's wildfire disaster areas has gradually restored 400000 barrels per day, and the average daily production capacity has not been restored.
crude oil production in Canada's wildfire disaster areas has gradually restored 400000 barrels per day, and the average daily production capacity has not been restored.
in 2016, there are still many small cracks in the metal interior.
[China paint information] the source said on Tuesday (June 7), The oil sand field area near Fort McMurray, Alberta, Canada, which was previously devastated by wildfires, has begun to restart after the disaster. Many local crude oil enterprises are gradually resuming all seamless steel pipes to conduct mechanical property tests and crude oil production
according to the official news of the government, when the wildfire event generally affected the selection of high-quality alloy structural steel, the output of Canadian crude oil once plummeted by more than 1million barrels per day according to the force value of the tested range of the experimental machine. Although all enterprises have started to restore production, at least 400000 barrels per day of production capacity has not yet been restored. For example, the infrastructure of Suncor Energy, Canada's largest energy company, needs more time to complete the repair work
Imperial Oil recently announced that its kearl oil sands project has returned to normal operation. ConocoPhillips said that its surmont project has resumed production. In addition, Suncor announced that crude oil production affected by the wildfire will fully recover by the end of June