Long time in the making

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  1. billybob

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    The Schooner, the better.

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    7 years in the making. :bigup:


    Project was sanctioned for construction 4 year ago from last week.
     
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    Congrats on your fat bonuses boys!
     
  4. slouse

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    Thanks!

    The last 6 months involved a shit ton of running my ass off getting things working properly, tons of problems along the way, so this feels good.

    Also our last quarter results are unbelievable :eek3:
     
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    awesome results.


    These next 6 months are going to be fucking money. :cool:
     
  6. slouse

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    i wonder if cnq will swallow up a junior or two at these low prices
     
  7. dpwu32

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    Here's hoping... :x:
     
  8. Canuck

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    Probably an ignorant question, but why is it synthetic oil?
     
  9. slouse

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    we take rocks that have bitumen in it, wash them, and upgrade the seperated bitumen into synthetic crude oil rather than real crude oil flowed from a conventional well...
     
  10. slouse

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    and yes, before you ask, cnrl spent $10 bil on a plant that after the process is said and done, all you end up with is crude oil :lol:

    but you start off with dirt, so its pretty cool...
     
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    Ah, cool, I always thought it was still considered petroleum based.
     

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