Sarnia Refinery in Ontario, gas tanks

Title: Sarnia Refinery in Ontario, gas tanks

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Suncor invested over $1 million to install fixed geodesic domed roofs on two floating gas tanks at the refinery. This modification reduces VOC emissions.
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Sarnia, Ontario, refining, refinery, towers, tanks, blue sky, landscape
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Suncor Energy's Pond 1 in August 2010

In time, we expect this land will become a productive mixed wood forest and wetland environment.

Gloved Hands Holding Oil Sands Bitumen Ore

Oil sand is a mixture of bitumen (a thick, sticky form of crude oil), sand, water and clay.

Oats serve as a cover crop

Oats make a good cover crop for Pond 1 because the tall plants protect the vulnerable young tree and shrub seedlings during their critical first year.

Suncor Energy's Pond 1 in 2002

Pond 1 operated from 1967 to 1997. Dykes were built to create a wider and deeper basin until eventually pond was lifted about 100 metres above the Athabasca River.

Edmonton Refinery landscape

Suncor’s refinery is located in Edmonton, Alberta. With a capacity of 142,000 barrels per day, the refinery runs entirely on oil sands-based feedstocks and produces a high yield of light oils.

Edmonton Refinery

Suncor’s refinery is located in Edmonton, Alberta. With a capacity of 142,000 barrels per day, the refinery runs entirely on oil sands-based feedstocks and produces a high yield of light oils.

Mackay River In Situ Project

The MacKay River project is located 60 km northwest of Fort McMurray, Alberta. Increased in situ production is a key part of Suncor’s plans to increase bitumen supply while reducing costs and impact on the environment.

Edmonton Refinery

Located in Edmonton, Alberta, Suncor’s refinery has a capacity of 142,000 barrels per day; it runs entirely on oil sands-based feedstocks and produces a high yield of light oils.