ConocoPhillips Canada
  • Who We Are

    Who We Are

    ConocoPhillips is the world's largest independent oil and natural gas exploration and production company.

    Canadian Leadership

    Learn more about our Canadian leadership. GO

    ConocoPhillips Global

    The world’s largest independent exploration and production company. GO

    Policies and Positions

    Setting the standards for our business. GO


    Working with others to meet today's energy challenges. GO

    SPIRIT Values

    The values we work and live by. GO

    Our History

    Our legacy in Canada goes back over 100 years. GO

  • Our Operations

    Our Operations

    Our world-class portfolio includes the Surmont oil sands project and exciting opportunities in the liquids-rich Blueberry-Montney play.

    Exploration and Business Development

    Developing interests across Canada. GO

    Emergency Response Plan


    Oil Sands

    We produce heavy oil from the Athabasca region. GO

  • Technology & Innovation

    Technology & Innovation

    We never stop pushing ourselves to find new and better ways to develop our oil and gas assets.


    We’re improving upon traditional oil and gas recovery methods. GO


    We're innovating to develop today's most challenging assets. GO

  • Sustainable Development

    Sustainable Development

    Sustainable Development is about conducting our business to promote economic growth, a healthy environment and vibrant communities, now and into the future.

    Sustainable Development Portal

    Read our online sustainability report. GO

  • In Our Community

    In Our Community

    We believe in fostering long-term, mutually-beneficial relationships with our stakeholders.

    Community Investment

    We provide support for individuals and organizations. GO

    Stakeholder Engagement

    We work collaboratively with local communities. GO

Condensate Release Near Resthaven

At approximately 4 p.m. on June 9, 2016, a condensate release was observed at a pipeline right of way near the ConocoPhillips Resthaven gas plant, 65 km northeast of Grande Cache, Alberta. Further investigation revealed the presence of condensate on nearby Webb Creek.

There are no residents in the impacted area and no threat to public safety. We activated our emergency response plan and contacted the appropriate regulatory authorities. Since then, the pipeline has been shut down and isolated, and we are taking steps to mitigate any environmental impact.


Update for May 15, 2017

Steps taken from April 13, 2017 to May 14, 2017 include:

  • Continued containment and clean-up operations:
    • Continued fluid recovery from the seeps via trenches and recovery culverts
  • Continued surface water quality monitoring at select sites, including deployment of river booms
  • Continued collection of incidental wildlife information along fence and creek
  • Commissioned the water gathering and treatment system
  • Continued waste management
  • Continued general site maintenance and snow removal
  • Continued underflow dam operation

Subject to changing weather conditions, actions planned for May 15, 2017 to June 14, 2017 include:

  • Continue containment and recovery activities
  • Conduct break-up surface water monitoring
  • Conduct freshet surface water monitoring
  • Conduct freshet groundwater monitoring
  • Inspect distrubed areas for erosion, mitigate as necessary
  • Determine requirements for 2017 SCAT program

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