CLAWR

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AcronymDefinition
CLAWRCold Lake Air Weapons Range (Canadian Forces base; Cold Lake, Alberta, Canada)
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Cenovus evacuated about 1,800 workers and shut down production at its Foster Creek oil sands site, situated on the Cold Lake Air Weapons Range (CLAWR) about 25 km north of the wildfire.
As of noon on May 27, there were 63 fires burning in Alberta, 15 of them out of control, including on the Cold Lake air weapons range, where over 17,500 hectares have burned and oil and gas facilities operated by Cenovus and Canadian Natural Resources Ltd.
Canadian oil company Cenovus Energy (NYSE:CVE) said on Monday that it has safely evacuated all staff from its Foster Creek oil sands and Athabasca natural gas operations and shut down production as a precaution due to a forest fire on the Cold Lake Air Weapons Range (CLAWR) in northeastern Alberta.
In the spring of 2013, the company sprouted massive leaks in four locations at their Primrose field in the Cold Lake Air Weapons Range.
While Cold Lake First Nation continues to pursue answers on oil spilling at Cold Lake Air Weapons Range, the First Nation says two new bitumen leaks bring the number to six on the site.
The CF-18 ACMI will interface with another system currently being delivered to Canada's Cold Lake Air Weapons Range (Alberta, Ontario, Canada) by Cubic's teammate, Sierra Research (Buffalo, NY): the Surface Threat Electronic Warfare (STEW) system, a radiating threat-simulator designed to upgrade the existing emitters at the Cold Lake site.
Cold Lake First Nation is not pleased with the way the province is handling the clean-up of groundwater contamination following bitumen emulsion seepage to the surface at the Cold Lake Air Weapons Range.
A pivotal point in Herman's young life came with development of the Cold Lake Air Weapons Range when his parents were no longer able to trap.
for a radiating threat-simulator system to upgrade the training capabilities of its Cold Lake Air Weapons Range in Alberta.
On June 27, the Alberta Energy Regulator announced that it was "responding to a release of bitumen emulsion to surface at a high pressure cyclic steam project on the Cold Lake Air Weapons Range.