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On January 18, 2016, Suncor Energy and Canadian Oil Sands reach agreement to support acquisition. For more information, please visit

Making an investment decision is not an easy one. But with Suncor, you're tied to a company with a long history in the oil sands industry. That gives us an advantage over our competition; we understand the social, environmental and economic challenges associated with being an oil sands developer and are in a strong position to balance risk with reward.

Along with that legacy, we're a growth company with extensive upside potential. In fact, we have more growth opportunities than we can immediately execute. Our plans include expanding our oil sands production and continuing to develop renewable energy sources that will make a greener tomorrow.

News releases

Upcoming events

  • First quarter 2016 report – April 27, 2016*
  • Annual general meeting – April 28, 2016*
  • Second quarter 2016 report – July 27, 2016*
  • Third quarter 2016 report – Oct. 26, 2016*

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*dates and information subject to change

Investor relations presentations

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2015 Quarterly Reports

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Frequently asked questions

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2014 Annual Report

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