CNRL

AcronymDefinition
CNRLComputer Networking Research Laboratory (Colorado State University; Fort Collins, CO)
CNRLComputer Networks Research Lab (Canada)
CNRLCanadian Natural Resources Ltd. (Calgary, Alberta, Canada)
CNRLCommunications and Navigation Research Laboratory (US NASA)
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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%.
CNRL will participate as an observer and will share in the learning from the activities at the St.
McKay, were shocked: "The media made such a big deal that CNRL was operating within their permit, but that doesn't make it right," Marlene said.
Leading Oil Sands Producers (barrels per day) 2006 Planned Type of 1st Production Project Owner Project 2002 2003 Quarter Targets Suncor Mining 206,000 217,000 264,400 410,000 Syncrude Mining 230,000 212,000 205,000 560,00 Athabasca Oil Mining N/A 130,000 77,400 525,000 Chevron, and Marathon Oil) (a) Imperial Oil In-situ 112,000 130,000 150,000 180,000 CNRL In-situ N/A 35,000 122,000 500,000 Petro Canada In-situ 4,500 16,000 21,000 100,000 (2005) EnCana In-situ N/A 5,300 36,000 250,000 Source: Oil Sands Industry Update, Alberta Economic Development, 2004 and 2006.
Noteworthy Events in 2006: NSF Arctic Logistics, multiple refineries in Washington and other locations, including Sinclair, Wyoming Surmount, CNRL, Suncor and other Canadian Oil Sands projects.
The reaction conditions were adapted to optimize species-specific amplification by using thermolysates of strains obtained from CNRL as positive controls.
In 1998, CNRL was significantly lower at low mowing than high mowing for Crenshaw at both the 3- and 9-cm depths beginning in July (Fig.
Though state-owned companies own the bulk of known reserves, Canadian companies such as Suncor Energy, CNRL, Athabasca Oil Sands and EnCana/Cenovus are all now among the top 50 reserve holders, producing primarily from unconventional reserves.
The contract extensions we have won for CNRL involve the provision of a range of infrastructure and site support services.
Also making the rally signs were industrial accidents such as the Obed coal slurry spill and the CNRL breaches at the Cold Lake Air Weapons Range.
The provincial authorities and CNRL have both consistently underreported the extent and containment of the leaks.
Delivering a balanced mix of natural gas, light oil, heavy oil, in situ oil sands production, oil sands mining and associated upgrading facilities, CNRL engages in the exploration and development of geographic areas for the production of natural gas and crude oil.