Dover Operating renamed Brion Energy

Dover Operating Corp., Calgary, which is developing two large thermal oil sands projects near Fort McMurray, Alta., has changed its name to Brion Energy.

The company, a joint venture of PetroChina Co. and Athabasca Oil Corp., has regulatory approval to produce a total of 150,000 b/d of bitumen via steam-assisted gravity drainage from its MacKay River and Dover projects.

Brion plans eventually to produce as much as 150,000 b/d from MacKay River and 250,000 b/d from Dover.

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