Canadian Refineries

Canadian Refineries

NAME
OPERATOR
LOCATION
START-UP
CAPACITY
(bbl/day)
NEWFOUNDLAND & LABRADOR
North Atlantic Refinery
North Atlantic Refining
Come By Chance, NL
1973
130,000
NEW BRUNSWICK
Irving Oil Refinery
Irving Oil
Saint John, NB
1960
300,000
QUEBEC
Montreal Refinery
Suncor Energy
Montreal, QC
1955
137,000
Jean-Gaulin Refinery
Valero (Ultramar)
Lévis, QC
1971
235,000
ONTARIO
Nanticoke Refinery
Imperial Oil
Nanticoke, ON
1978
112,000
Sarnia Refinery
Imperial Oil
Sarnia, ON
1897
121,000
Corunna Refinery
Shell Canada
St. Clair, ON
1952
75,000
Clarkson Refinery 2
Hollyfrontier
Mississauga, ON
1943
15,600
Sarnia Refinery
Suncor Energy
Sarnia, ON
1953
85,000
SASKATCHEWAN
Co-op Refinery
FCL
Regina, SK
1935
135,000
Moose Jaw Refinery
Gibson Energy
Moose Jaw, SK
1934
22,000
ALBERTA
Strathcona Refinery
Imperial Oil
Edmonton, AB
1974
191,000
Scotford Refinery
Shell Canada
Strathcona County, AB
1984
114,000
Edmonton Refinery
Suncor Energy
Edmonton, AB
1951
142,000
Lloydminster Refinery 1
Husky Energy
Lloydminster, AB
1947
30,000
BRITISH COLUMBIA
Burnaby Refinery
Parkland Fuel 3
Burnaby, BC
1936
55,000
Prince George Refinery
Husky Energy
Prince George, BC
1967
12,000
TOTAL CANADIAN REFINING CAPACITY
1,911,600

CANADIAN REFINING CAPACITY 4
thousand bbl/day • data from various sources
UPDATED: AUG 9, 2019
SITE MAP: PROJECTS / REFINERIES
NOTES:
1 ASPHALT REFINERY
2 LUBRICANTS PLANT
3 PURCHASED FROM CHEVRON IN Q3/2017
4 EXCLUDES CLARKSON LUBES REFINERY
SOURCES:
CAPP • 2019 CAPP CRUDE OIL FORECAST, MARKETS & TRANSPORTATION
CAPP • 2017 STATISTICAL HANDBOOK
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