A family owned Aboriginal business
Bassett Petroleum is a family owned and operated Aboriginal business headquartered in Hay River, Northwest Territories with regional branches in Sherwood Park, Fort McMurray and Yellowknife. It recently celebrated its 25 anniversary and seeks to continually diversify its product and service offering, now including Total lubricants.
Welcoming Total Canada into the family
“We look forward to this new chapter in Bassett Petroleum’s long legacy. As an Aboriginal, family-owned and operated business, we are proud of our personal connections with customers and business partners. We would like to welcome Total Canada into our family,” said Norm Bassett, Vice-President and General Manager of Bassett Petroleum.
A diverse range of partners
Working with Suncor
Total works with Suncor on two oil sands mine projects: Fort Hills and Joslyn. Total has a 29.2% interest in the Suncor-operated Fort Hills asset, located approximately 90 kilometers north of Fort McMurray, Alberta. Total also holds a 38.25% operating interest in the Joslyn asset, located 65 kilometers northwest of Fort McMurray.
Working with ConocoPhillips
Total E&P Canada owns a 50% interest in the Surmont asset. Operated by ConocoPhillips, Surmont is located approximately 60 kilometers southeast of the city of Fort McMurray. The asset covers an area of 567 square kilometers, and Steam Assisted Gravity Drainage (SAGD) technology is used to extract the bitumen from the oil sands.