“Turnaround” Underway at FCL’s Refinery in Regina

“Turnaround” Underway at FCL’s Refinery in Regina

Apr 2, 2024 | 11:26am
As its facility in Regina is heading into maintenance time, Federated Cooperatives Limited says its investing 140 million dollars into the refinery and attached operations. For 47 days, the site will be teeming with workers doing various maintenance and upgrades.  Federated Cooperatives says 2200 additional temporary jobs will be filled. With more workers on site, […]

Enbridge signs tolling deal with shippers for Mainline pipeline system

May 4, 2023 | 8:13am

Enbridge Inc. says it has reached a deal with shippers for tolling on its Mainline pipeline system, which moves over three million barrels a day of crude oil and liquids from Western Canada. The announcement Thursday is a major milestone for the Calgary-based pipeline company, which has been negotiating with oil shippers on a new […]

City of Regina reaches $ 4.5 million settlement with Co-op Refinery

Jan 18, 2023 | 11:49am

The City of Regina has reached an out-of-court settlement with Consumers’ Co-operative Refinery Limited (CCRL), ending a lawsuit with the refinery. CCRL will pay the City $4.65 million for ‘expenses incurred by the City concerning the events of May 2020.’ On May 22, 2020, that City staff saw “a thick tar-like substance in wastewater.” It […]

City of Regina suing refinery for over $4.5 million

Aug 27, 2022 | 8:58am

The City of Regina is suing a refinery after oil allegedly spilled into the city’s wastewater treatment plant in 2019 and 2020. In a statement of claim, the City is seeking over 4.5-million dollars in damages from Consumers’ Co-operatives Refineries Limited after a thick tar-like substance contaminated the city’s wastewater. The City is now looking […]

Unifor members push on as Co-op strike reaches five days

Dec 9, 2019 | 4:21pm

It’s a cold, windy Monday afternoon in Regina. Despite the wind chill making it feel like it’s close to -30°C, the weather doesn’t seem to bother regular Co-op employees as they walk outside the refinery. These conditions are what they are used to during the harsh Saskatchewan winters. But instead of working, they remain locked […]