Report: Suncor Refinery Released Hundreds Of Pounds Of Toxic GasesHundreds of pounds of toxic gases were released into the air at the Suncor Energy oil refinery for the second time in five months, according to a preliminary report released Friday by the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment.
Power Failure At Suncor: Massive Flames Shoot In The AirA power failure at the Suncor refinery in Commerce City Saturday night is believed to be the cause of massive flames shooting into the air Saturday night.
Suncor Letter: Sulfur Dioxide Released 150 Times Beyond 24-Hour LimitAccording to a company letter obtained by the Denver Post, the orange cloud released from Suncor two weeks ago contained 75,600 pounds of sulfur dioxide.
Air Monitoring To Continue After Suncor's Orange CloudAir monitoring will continue following a yellow-orange cloud release from the Suncor plant in Commerce City. That cloud could be seen for miles Friday afternoon.
Firefighters Respond To HazMat Incident At SuncorFirefighters responded to a hazardous materials incident in Commerce City that Suncor claimed was caused by "catalyst dust."
Suncor To Pay $1.9M To Settle Sand Creek Oil Spill LawsuitSuncor oil refinery operators have agreed to pay $1.9 million to settle a lawsuit by federal and state authorities over an oil spill that contaminated Sand Creek and the South Platte River.
Suncor Reaches Settlement After Sand Creek ContaminationSuncor reached a settlement with the government to replace natural resources lost in a 2011 benzene spill.
Mystery Of Human Remains Found At Suncor SolvedThe mystery of those human remains found at Suncor in Commerce City has been solved. Turns out those bones have been there a long, long time.
Spill Near Suncor Oil Refinery May Have Started A Year AgoCBS4 has learned the spill near the Suncor oil refinery may have started a year ago, not in late November as first reported.
More Progess Made In Effort To Clean Up Sand Creek SpillThere has been more progress in the cleanup from the oily mess in Commerce City.