Oil Sands heavy hauler

Title: Oil Sands heavy hauler

Description
At the Suncor oil sands mine, huge 240 to 380 tonne trucks deliver about 500,000 tonnes of oil sand per day to the ore preparation plants.
Keywords
Oil Sand, truck, heavy hauler, shovel, open pit mining, Fort McMurray, Alberta
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2009 px width by 1337 px height
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300 x 199
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