Two male workers walking outside by some storage tanks at the Burrard terminal. They are wearing blue hard hats, safety glasses, coveralls and gloves.

Terminals at a glance

Suncor owns and operates 13 major refined product terminals across Canada, including terminals adjacent to refineries. We also have three product terminals in Colorado, USA.

Refined products are delivered to and shipped from these terminals via pipelines, trucks, rail and marine vessels.

These terminals are essential for the distribution of petroleum products used by many citizens and industries in the regions they serve.

Our terminals are located in:

  • Edmonton, Alberta
  • Kamloops, British Columbia
  • Nanaimo, British Columbia
  • Port Moody / Burrard, British Columbia
  • Terrace, British Columbia
  • London, Ontario
  • Oakville, Ontario
  • Ottawa, Ontario
  • Thunder Bay, Ontario
  • Toronto, Ontario
  • Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
  • Montreal, Quebec
  • Rimouski, Quebec

Burrard terminal

Located on the west coast of British Columbia, our Burrard Products Terminal is situated on 430 acres of land of which 175 acres are used for terminal operations.

An oil tanker at the Burrard terminal on the Burrard Inlet. There are storage tanks on a hill in the background.

Oil tanker at the Burrard terminal.

The Upper Terminal, located in Port Moody, contains the fuel processing units, main tank farm and the fuel blending facilities. The Middle Terminal is located on the south side of the Barnet Highway in Burnaby. It contains the secondary tank farm and truck facilities. The Lower Terminal is located in Burnaby, Port Moody and along the Burrard Inlet. It contains marine and rail facilities. Gasoline, diesel, jet fuel, ethanol, and biodiesel arrive at the terminal via pipeline, marine tankers, trucks and rail.

The Burrard Terminal has a total export capacity of 40 mbbls/d.

Contact information for Burrard terminal

Emergency preparedness

We are committed to protecting the health and safety of our workers and the community. That’s why we want to make sure that you are prepared in the unlikely event of an emergency at our facility. We are focused on incident prevention and learning.

Learn more about emergency preparedness at our Burrard terminal.

Emergency preparedness - Burrard terminal

(PDF, 2 pages, 434 KB)

Community notifications

Community notifications are an important part of the ongoing dialogue we want to continue to foster with our neighbours. The notifications below include information about our activities which may have affect the surrounding community:

March 5, 2024

Burrard products terminal community notice

(PDF, 1 page, 178 KB)
June 19, 2023

Burrard products terminal community notice

(PDF, 1 page, 170 KB)
October 20, 2022

Burrard products terminal community notice

(PDF, 1 page, 176 KB)
November 5, 2021

Burrard products terminal community notice

(PDF, 1 page, 177 KB)
February 3, 2020

Burrard products terminal community notice

(PDF, 2 pages, 251 KB)

Rimouski terminal

The Rimouski products terminal which includes six above-ground storage tanks, an underground slop tank is situated on three acres (1.2 hectares) of land located on the east end of Rimouski, Quebec.

Gasoline and diesel arrive at the terminal tank farm via a one-kilometre pipeline from the Rimouski Harbour dock. Product can also be received via truck into the facility storage tanks.

Storage and light oil truck loading is available for Suncor and exchange agreement partners in the Gaspé Peninsula / Lower St. Lawrence area.

Contact information for Rimouski terminal

Emergency Preparedness

Our terminal is built to operate safely and reliably around the clock, 365 days of the year, using the highest industry standards of engineering design. To help ensure you have the information you need to feel prepared in the event of an emergency, please review our emergency preparedness documents.

Learn more about emergency preparedness at our Rimouski Terminal.

Emergency preparedness - Rimouski terminal

(PDF, 2 pages, 206 KB)

Community notifications

Community notifications is an important part of the on-going dialogue that we want to continue with our neighbours. It allows Suncor to share information about our activities that could have an impact on our neighbours.

September 27, 2021

Maintenance work at Suncor Rimouski terminal

(PDF, 1 page, 254 KB)
September 2, 2021

Work at the Suncor Rimouski terminal

(PDF, 1 page, 497 KB)

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