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EDMONTON – Nexen Power is struggling with place of work charges next the deaths of two oilsands staff in northern Alberta.

The adult males had been performing routine maintenance get the job done in a hydrogen compressor developing at the company’s Extensive Lake upgrader near Anzac on Jan. 15, 2016, when there was an explosion.

Drew Foster, 52, of Niagara Falls, Ont., was pronounced useless at the scene and David Williams, 30, of Scotchtown, N.S., later died in hospital.

Nexen Electrical power (TSX:NXY), a Calgary-dependent subsidiary of Chinese oil big CNOOC Ltd., has been charged with 8 offences.

Some of the rates relate to ensuring a compressor was adequately serviced and that staff in charge of the device had go through its operating manual and protection policies.

Nicole Appleton with Alberta Labour suggests the company is to seem in Fort McMurray provincial court docket Feb. 14.



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