CNRL

AcronymDefinition
CNRLCanadian Natural Resources Ltd. (Calgary, Alberta, Canada)
CNRLCommunications and Navigation Research Laboratory (US NASA)
CNRLComputer Networking Research Laboratory (Colorado State University; Fort Collins, CO)
CNRLComputer Networks Research Lab (Canada)
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This includes four "majors" (Enbridge, Suncor, Teck, CNRL) as well as Fortis BC, a subsidiary of Fortis, Inc.
Although only Canadian Natural Resources Limited (CNRL) participates in the 4core, 11 of the 15 majors participate in the connected component, and seven are within its 3core.
In the annual performance submission to the Alberta Energy Regulator by CNRL, they said that primary recovery on their leases has been between 5% to 8%, while incremental polymer flooding has increased tertiary recovery to a range from 14% to 30%.
The Baa1 rating reflects the fact that NWR benefits from two 30 year processing agreements with APMC, an agent of the province of Alberta and with Canadian Natural Resources Partnership (CNRP), indirectly wholly-owned by CNRL, who are obligated to supply NWR with diluted bitumen.
While no community has been chosen for next year, Cardinal says talks are occurring with Beaver Lake First Nation, which, along with Cold Lake First Nation, has been impacted by the multiple emulsion-to-surface releases of a CNRL operation on the Cold Lake Weapons Range.
CNRL has spent $40-million to date mopping up the junk crude and hasn't stopped producing bitumen.
The cnrl gene encodes the CB1 receptor (Cannabinoid receptor 1) which is an integral part of this system.
The latest implementation of its improved TQS Fusion Warehouse Management System (wms) in CF Dedicated Services Warehouse (serving CNRL - project Hydro) proves the effectiveness and adaptability of the TQS software.
(67) According to the classifications, the specific gravities of upgraded tar-sand oil (or synthetic crude oil) produced in Canada by such large-scale producers as Albian Sands Energy, Syncrude Canada, and Canadian Natural Resourced Ltd (CNRL), fall into the same category as 48 percent of oil produced in California (intermediate or medium weights with an API of 18 to 36 degrees).
So it wasn't an easy decision when, last November, the couple went to the CBC to expose what they say is a dangerous waste disposal pond built by the company CNRL (Canadian Natural Resources Limited), whose mine and upgrader are directly north and west of the town.
The cause of the fire is still unknown, but on January 25, CNRL invoked the legal clause of "force majeure," freeing it from production contracts due to circumstances beyond its control.