Brion Energy Corporation and the community of Fort McKay reach agreement on Dover Commercial Project

Brion Energy Corporation and the community of Fort McKay reach agreement on 
Dover Commercial Project 
CALGARY, Feb. 21, 2014 /CNW/ - Brion Energy Corporation (Brion) and the 
community of Fort McKay have reached an agreement on the development of the 
Dover Commercial Project, northwest of Fort McMurray, Alberta. As part of the 
agreement, the Fort McKay First Nation has agreed to remove all of its 
objections as they pertain to the Alberta Energy Regulator's (AER) approval of 
the Dover Commercial Project. 
"I'm pleased Brion and the community of Fort McKay have continuously worked to 
reach a mutually-beneficial agreement," said Zhiming Li, Brion president and 
chief executive officer. "Our lease and Fort McKay's Reserves at Moose Lake 
sit next to each other. We're neighbours. As good neighbours, Brion is 
committed to developing the lease in an environmentally sound manner, while 
delivering social and economic benefits for the local community." 
"Moose Lake is integral to the health and cultural survival of the people of 
Fort McKay," says Jim Boucher, chief of Fort McKay. "Our community has had 
positive working relationships with energy developers in the area for many 
years. Reaching this agreement with Brion shows it's possible to protect our 
traditional territory while partnering with those who work in the area." 
AER approval of Brion's Dover Commercial Project was issued August 6, 2013. 
The project is awaiting Order in Council. 
About Brion Energy
Based in Calgary and operating in the bitumen-rich oil sands near Fort 
McMurray, Alberta, Brion is a joint venture between Athabasca Oil Corp. and 
Phoenix Energy Holdings Limited. Brion is committed to environmentally-sound 
production of the MacKay River and Dover in situ oil sands assets. Brion was 
formerly known as Dover Operating Corp. 
About Fort McKay
The community of Fort McKay is located alongside the banks of the Athabasca 
River in the Regional Municipality of Wood Buffalo, north of Fort McMurray. 
There are approximately 650 Dene, Cree and Métis community members living in 
Fort McKay. The Fort McKay First Nation shares a border with the Fort McKay 
Métis Community, and together call Fort McKay home.
 

SOURCE  Brion Energy Corporation 
Kristi Baron Senior Communications Advisor Brion Energy Corporation 
Kristi.Baron@brionenergy.com 403-817-8822 
Rose Mueller Public Relations Manager Fort McKay First Nation 
rmueller@fortmckay.com 780-799-6370 
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CO: Brion Energy Corporation
ST: Alberta
NI: OIL  
-0- Feb/21/2014 19:41 GMT
 
 
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