Supermtal to supply energy producers in Ontario and Alberta
September 25, 2012 by On-Site staff
Supermétal has signed contracts for work on two of the four hydroelectric generating stations of the Lower Mattagami River Project, located on the Mattagami River in Ontario; and for work on a synthetic oil producing facility in Alberta.
The Lévis, Que.-based structural steel specialty contractor will fabricate and install structural steel for the third production unit of the Kipling and Harmon River dams, expected to increase each hydroelectric generating station’s capacity to 235 MW from 156 MW and 140 MW respectively.
The company also signed a contract with Canadian Natural Resources to supply structural steel for Phase 2 of the Horizon oil sands complex in Fort McMurray, Alta.
Supermétal will supply 4,500 tons of structural steel for the project, designed to increase synthetic oil capacity at the complex from 125,000 to 250,000 barrels a day.
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