Geese in ‘good condition’ after landing on contaminated lagoon: Imperial CEO

 By Amanda Stephenson THE CANADIAN PRESS CALGARY- The latest in what has been a string of environmental incidents at Canadian oilsands sites was addressed Friday by the CEO of Imperial Oil Ltd. On a conference call with analysts to discuss Imperial’s second-quarter financial results, Brad Corson spoke briefly about the 12 Canada geese that were recently found stained with oil after landing on a lagoon at the company’s Mahihkan plant northwest of Cold Lake, Alta. The incident was made public Monday by the Alberta Energy Regulator, which said the lagoon had been contaminated by an inadvertent release of an estimated 900 litres, approximately six barrels, of crude oil. “I’m disappointed that this has occurred. And we will be making every effort to learn and apply any preventative measures that are…

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