It's a bit more of an investment than they had in mind.
The Syncrude emission reduction project is now expected to cost 1.6-Billion dollars,
The original cost had been 772-Million.
Canadian Oil Sands Trust is citing delays and infationary pressures as the reason for the price jump.
But despite all that, they still say they will continue forward with the project.
The project is expected to reduce stack emissions of sulphur compounds by about 60 per cent from current approved levels.