Sarnia Refinery in Ontario

Title: Sarnia Refinery in Ontario

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In Ontario, Suncor's wholly-owned subsidiary, Suncor Energy Products Inc., operates a 70,000 barrel per day capacity refinery.
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Sarnia, Ontario, refining, refinery, towers, blue sky, landscape
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Sarnia Refinery in Ontario, gas tanks

Sunoco invested over $1 million to install fixed geodesic domed roofs on two floating gas tanks at the refinery. This modification reduces VOC emissions.

Montreal Refinery

Located in Montreal, Quebec, Suncor’s Montreal Refinery has a capacity of 137,000 barrels per day; the refinery produces gasoline, distillates, asphalts, heavy fuel oil, petrochemicals, solvents and feedstock for lubricants.

Sarnia Refinery

Plant 1 (l to r): Absorber Stripper Tower, Depropanizer Tower, Low Sulphur Diesel Tower heater, Jet Tower heater, and Low Sulphur Diesel Tower. Background: Alky Tower.

Towers at the Montreal refinery

Located in Montreal, Quebec, Suncor’s Montreal Refinery has a capacity of 137,000 barrels per day; the refinery produces gasoline, distillates, asphalts, heavy fuel oil, petrochemicals, solvents and feedstock for lubricants.

Montreal Refinery

Located in Montreal, Quebec, Suncor’s Montreal Refinery has a capacity of 137,000 barrels per day; the refinery produces gasoline, distillates, asphalts, heavy fuel oil, petrochemicals, solvents and feedstock for lubricants.

Sarnia Refinery Desulphurization unit

The two up-right cylinders with the yellow railing are the new vessels. The vessels store the product and separate the heavy and light particles.

SunBridge Windpower project

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.

SunBridge Windpower project

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.