Wind turbine near SunBridge

Title: Wind turbine near SunBridge

Description
SunBridge is Suncor's first renewable energy project. Located near Gull Lake, Saskatchewan, the facility generates enough zero-emissions electricity to offset about 33,000 tonnes of carbon dioxide per year.
Keywords
SunBridge, wind power, Ontario, renewable energy, wind turbine, cloudy sky, fields, sunrise, landscape
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Fort Hills secondary extraction

A solvent recovery unit and froth settling unit are two parts of the secondary extraction process (2016).

Fort Hills mining trucks

A hydraulic shovel places overburden in a haul truck at the Fort Hills site. When operational, shovels will collect bitumen for haul trucks to take the product to the ore preparation plant (2016).

Commerce City Refinery

A tanker truck leaves the fuel rack at Suncor's Commerce City refinery.

Commerce City Refinery

Pipeline at Suncor's Commerce City refinery.

Commerce City Refinery

Suncor's refinery, located in Commerce City, near Denver, is the largest refining operation in the Rocky Mountain region with a capacity of 90,000 barrels per day.

Commerce City Tank Farm

Suncor's refinery, located in Commerce City, near Denver, is the largest refining operation in the Rocky Mountain region with a capacity of 90,000 barrels per day.

Sarnia Refinery in Ontario

In Ontario, Suncor's wholly-owned subsidiary, Suncor Energy Products Inc., operates a 70,000 barrel per day capacity refinery.