Community engagement

We strive to be a trusted member of the communities in which we have a presence.
Commerce City refinery VP fields questions from local stakeholders at an in-person meeting.

Collaboration and building relationships with communities in which we have a presence begins with earning the trust of our stakeholders. This is the foundation from which we work together.

We believe that anyone affected by our business and operations has a right to be informed about our activities, participate in a transparent engagement process, and be involved in the issues and opportunities affecting them. Our policies and processes guide our stakeholder identification and engagement planning and help us to proactively manage social impacts and risks to communities that are affected by our operations.

We strive to develop energy in a way that enhances economic prosperity, promotes social well-being and preserves a healthy environment. We are committed to:

  • understanding the interests, issues, needs and concerns of our stakeholders and community members
  • developing relationships that are based on transparency, mutual respect and trust

Indigenous Peoples are distinct from other stakeholders because of their constitutional and legal rights and their unique history, culture and influences. To learn more about our relationships with Indigenous Peoples, please visit our Indigenous Relations page.

Where we operate

Access information about our operations and activities in the communities we have a presence:

Facility nameLocation
Commerce City RefineryCommerce City, Col.
Burrard TerminalBurnaby or Port Moody, B.C.
Edmonton RefinerySherwood Park, Alta.
East Coast CanadaSt. John’s, N.L.
Montreal RefineryMontreal, Que.
Montreal Sulphur PlantMontreal, Que.
Sarnia RefinerySarnia, Ont.
St. Clair Ethanol PlantSarnia-Lambton, Ont.
Regional Municipality of Wood BuffaloAlta.
Rimouski TerminalRimouski, Que.