Murphy Oil Company now believes 17,000 barrels of condensate was released in a leak discovered on March 1st.
The areas of condensate were found along the right-of-way of a transfer line on March first, roughly 80 kilometres southeast of Peace River.
The assessment so far has determined that the release may have been up to 2,700 cubic metres, but the company says nearby rivers and wildlife were not affected.
The team is still working on implementing a remediation plan, but Murphy says it’s committed to restored the land to its natural state as quickly as possible.
The company adds that due to the remote location, there is no danger to local residents, and no injuries have been reported.
The Alberta Energy Regulator remains on scene.