Nabiye project update
May 2014
Cold Lake
Project description
• In 2010, Imperial received regulatory approval
to proceed ...
Plant status
• Completed setting and interconnecting
all plant modules.
• Erecting buildings and tanks.
• Progressing...
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  • 1. Nabiye project update May 2014 Cold Lake Project description • In 2010, Imperial received regulatory approval to proceed with a $2 billion expansion of the company’s Cold Lake Operation. • The expansion will bring on 40,000 barrels per day of bitumen production in a new area called Nabiye. • The Nabiye project will look similar to our existing operations and will incorporate technology advances from our more than three decades of operating experience at Cold Lake. • Project start-up is expected by year end 2014. Key project features • Cogeneration facilities − to enhance the Nabiye plant’s energy efficiency. New power transmission facilities will connect Nabiye to the power grid. • Sulphur removal facilities − to reduce sulphur dioxide emissions. • Longer horizontal wells − to reduce the number of wellbores, the number of pads and surface footprint. ^ ^ ^ Mahihkan North Mahih Plant kan Maskwa Leming Mahkeses LEASE 41LEASE 42 LEASE 40 LEASE 49 892 Cold Lake Marie Lake Moore Lake Tucker Lake Ethel Lake Bourque Lake May Lake Burnt Lake Leming Lake T67 T66 T65 T64 T67 T66 T65 T64 R4 R3 R2W4MR5 R4 R3 R2W4MR5 0 2.5 5 km Legend Approved Development Area Oil Sands Lease Boundaries Plants Roads Nabiye
  • 2. Plant status • Completed setting and interconnecting all plant modules. • Erecting buildings and tanks. • Progressing piping, electrical and instrumentation work. Field and offsite status • Drilling complete on the initial seven pads. • Wells completed on seven pads. • Installing field production facilities and pipeline laterals. • Interplant pipelines and 144kV transmission line constructed. • Progressing energization plans. Nabiye local benefits In addition to the many benefits Imperial’s operations bring to the region, the Nabiye project has brought many specific benefits to the Lakeland region including: • Employment opportunities for Lakeland residents – direct and through contractors. • Business opportunities for local and Aboriginal businesses. • Indirect benefits and opportunities through accommodation and related services. As Nabiye becomes part of the existing Imperial Cold Lake Operations, the Lakeland region residents and business will continue to see benefits. Keeping the community informed Communication will continue throughout the project execution. Details regarding the Nabiye project are available on Imperial’s website at imperialoil.ca/nabiye Your feedback is welcome. Questions and comments related to the project can be directed to: Cold Lake Operations Socio-Economic Advisor 780-639-5194 LinkedIn/Imperial-Oil | Twitter/ImperialOil | YouTube/ImperialOil WB00100 14 05 Imperial Oil | Nabiye Project | May 2014 Left: dry chemical silos Middle: a Nabiye pad Right: water treatment MCC building

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