Suncor's southern Alberta Magrath Wind Power Project has 20 wind turbines which offset about 82,000 tonnes of carbon dioxide per year.
The Jet Tower came onstream in 1993, and increased our jet fuel production by 100%. Most is distributed at Pearson International Airport in Toronto.
The Burrard Products Terminal straddles the Burnaby-Port Coquitlam border in British Columbia.
The Ripley Wind Power Project, our fourth wind power initiative and first in Ontario, is expected to generate enough zero-emission electricity to power 24,000 homes.
Petro-Canada is a retail and wholesale marketing brand of Suncor with a network of more than 1,450 Petro-Canada outlets across Canada.
Suncor product tanks store refinery-ready feedstock and diesel fuel that is shipped by pipeline to customers and commercial and industrial markets throughout North America.
At the Suncor oil sands plant, bitumen is heated and sent to drums where petroleum coke, the heavy bottom material, is removed. Petroleum coke, similar to coal, is used as a fuel source for the utilities plant.