01/02/2015 11:35 EST | Updated 03/04/2015 05:59 EST

Gas Spill At Suncor Energy Facility In Quebec, Cleanup Underway

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The Suncor Energy Inc. offices stand in Fort McMurray, Alberta, Canada, on Wednesday, June 19, 2014. Heavy crude from the oil sands has traded at an average of $18.70 per barrel below the U.S. benchmark over the last five years due to a transportation bottleneck in North America. The discount costs Canadas economy as much as C$50 million per day, according to the Canadian Chamber of Commerce. Photographer: Ben Nelms/Bloomberg via Getty Images
RIMOUSKI, Que. - Cleanup crews continued their work Friday after a gasoline spill at a Suncor Energy Inc. facility in eastern Quebec.

It was not immediately clear how much gas spilled from the reservoir, which has a capacity of two million litres.

Suncor (TSX:SU) and environment officials transferred at least 1.4 million litres of gasoline to tanker-trucks.

Authorities said they were advised of the leak in Rimouski at about 6 p.m. on Thursday.

There were no injuries.