Shell Albian Sands is the mining operation portion of the Athabasca Oil Sands Project.
Projects and sites
Shell employs ~8000 people in Canada. Read about our projects and sites around the country.
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The Athabasca Oil Sands Project is a joint venture between Shell (60%), Chevron (20%) and Marathon (20%).
Shell's only lubricant oil blending and packaging facility in Canada and is one of the newest in North America.
As Shell’s only grease manufacturing facility in Canada, we are committed to producing quality products.
Shell is the major owner and operator of the Caroline Complex.
Greater Deep Basin is comprised of two distinct fields: Deep Basin East and Fox Creek.
Shell continues its interest in the development of conventional & unconventional energy sources in Canada.
The Shell Groundbirch asset is located in Northeast British Columbia, Canada.
The 80 per cent of Canada’s oil sands resources too deep to be mined are recovered in place or in situ, by drilling wells.
Shell Canada continues to evaluate development opportunities related to Shell’s substantial oil sands resources in the Athabasca area.
Jumping Pound Gas Complex produces natural gas (methane), ethane, propane, butane, condensate and sulphur.
Shell Canada produces bitumen through both thermal and cold production wells in the Peace River oil sands
BG International Limited, a member of the Shell Group (“Shell”), confirmed that the company will discontinue development of the proposed Prince Rupert Liquefied National Gas (LNG) project
Reducing CO2 emissions from Shell’s oil sands by capturing CO2 and storing it deep underground.
The first offshore natural gas project in Atlantic Canada to deliver gas to the Maritimes and to the northeastern United States.
We refine approximately 75,000 barrels per day of raw crude oil into gasoline, diesel, jet fuel and more.
Scotford consists of an upgrader, oil refinery, chemicals plants and a carbon capture and storage facility.
Shell is the major owner and operator of the Waterton Gas Complex.
A deep-water drilling program involving six exploration licences (ELs) located approximately 250 kilometres offshore, south of Halifax, Nova Scotia.
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