The Fort Hills Project is located in Alberta's Athabasca oil sands area, approximately 90 kilometers north of Fort McMurray. The newly acquired leases are adjacent to the partnership's existing three leases, leases 5, 8 and 52.
Potential development of the land would first be subject to successful determination of reserve potential. "We are very pleased as this extends our already significant land position in the region," said Brant Sangster, Petro-Canada's senior vice
president of Oil Sands. If reserves are established any development would still be subject to environmental and social study, public consultation and regulatory review.
Fort Hills Energy Limited Partnership comprises Petro-Canada with approximately 55 per cent working interest, UTS Energy Corporation with approximately 30 per cent working interest and Teck Cominco Limited with approximately 15 per cent working interest.
Petro-Canada is one of Canada's largest oil and gas companies, operating in both the upstream and the downstream sectors of the industry in Canada and internationally. Its common shares trade on the TSX under the symbol PCA and on the New York Stock Exchange under the symbol PCZ.
UTS Energy Corporation is focused on growing and developing oil sands assets, with a market cap of approximately $2.8 billion. The company was instrumental in re-establishing the Fort Hills Oil Sands Project and is the principal founder of the Fort Hills Energy Limited Partnership. Based in Calgary, Alberta, the Company's common shares (UTS) are traded on the Toronto Stock Exchange.
Teck Cominco Limited is a diversified mining company, headquartered in Vancouver, Canada with assets totaling approximately $8.8 billion. Shares are listed on the Toronto Stock Exchange under the symbols TEK.MV.A and TEK.SV.B. The company is a world leader in the production of zinc and metallurgical coal and is also a significant producer of copper, gold and specialty metals.
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