At Suncor, we extract, produce and provide energy from a mix of sources, ranging from oil sands to renewable fuels.
We’re a globally competitive integrated energy company.
As an energy company with a strategy that keeps us resilient for the long term, we are charting a path to a net-zero world to realize our shared climate objectives.
To live our purpose of providing trusted energy, we focus on sustainable energy development that minimizes environmental impact, while building relationships with local communities, Indigenous Peoples and stakeholders.
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A story in numbers. These facts will show you who we are and what we do.
The percentage of women in management positions at Suncor, and 36% of women representation on our Board of Directors.
The length of Canada’s Electric Highway™ spanning from Halifax, NS to Victoria, BC.
Since Suncor’s St. Clair Ethanol plant began production.
The amount of ethanol produced since opening the St. Clair Ethanol Plant.
Lanzajet’s sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) will lead to more than a 70% reduction in GHG emissions. That’s like taking 27,000 gas or diesel cars off the road each year.
The amount of money donated to post-secondary institutions facilitating paid internships at non-profit organizations in 2020.
The number of Petro-Canada retail stations across Canada.
We spend $9.5 billion on goods and services.
The number of volunteer hours Colorado employees contributed to the community.
The number of vendors in our supply chain across Canada.
12 Suncor employees are seconded to Enerkem’s Edmonton facility turning household waste into renewable.
The estimated number of jobs during construction of the Varennes Carbon Recycling facility in Montreal, Que.
The number of direct and indirect jobs in Colorado.
Our annual emissions reduction target we aim to reduce across our value chain by 2030.
The amount of years Suncor’s Sarnia refinery has been a significant contributor to Ontario’s fuel supply.
The approximate age of fossilized dinosaur bones found at Suncor’s Millennium Mine.
The amount of money Suncor invested in low-carbon power generation in 2019.
The year Suncor’s Montreal Refinery began refining crude oil. The refinery has expanded over the years to include gasoline, and the manufacturing of petrochemicals.
The amount of tree and shrub seedlings planted in reclamation areas at Base Plant in 2019.
Our spend with Indigenous businesses in 2020, representing over 10% of our overall supply chain spend.
Our investment in technology development and deployment with almost half going directly to emissions-reduction technology.
The amount we plan to invest over the next five years to bring awareness and support to the essential work of caregivers.