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We kid you not
Imperial enlists goats at its Calgary Campus for fall clean up
A century of production
Imperial marks 100 years in Norman Wells
Gateway to the Rocky Mountains now includes an Esso
It was a beautiful day on May 23 in Kananaskis country, as chiefs, councilors, community members and business partners gathered to celebrate the opening of the Bearspaw Kananaskis Travel Centre.
Water use in the oil sands
Strathcona refinery: 70 years and counting
Explore the site’s history, including when Queen Elizabeth visited for tea.
Cold Lake operations
Kearl water management
Boat captain at Kearl
A commitment to energy efficiency at our Calgary campus
Our commitment to minimizing our impact on the environment doesn’t just apply to developing and operating our resource assets. This approach also guided the design of our head office campus in southeast Calgary, completed in 2016.
A closer look at progressive reclamation: Imperial’s Kearl oil sands mine
Collaborative oil sands bird safety program applauded
The power of cogeneration
Strathcona refinery’s cogeneration came online in October 2020, providing nearly 80 percent of the refinery's electricity needs and helping reduce provincial greenhouse gas emissions.
What is that flare?
A flame burning at the top of a pipe stack can look alarming. Although the sight of flares and the rumbling noise that sometimes accompanies flaring can cause concern, please remember that flaring is an important safety measure and environmental control tool that keeps our facilities running safely.