Suncor reports oil sands hydrogen unit outage

By OGJ editors
HOUSTON, Aug. 20
-- Suncor Energy Inc. reported an outage at a hydrogen reformer unit in its oil sands base plant in Fort McMurray, Alta.

The cause of the outage was being evaluated, Suncor said Aug. 20. The production mix of low and high-sulfur products will be affected pending repair of the unit.

Oil sands production continues to be more than 300,000 b/d, the company said.

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