Where Are Canada’s Oil Refineries & How Big Are They?

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We wanted to know more about Canada’s oil refineries so we spent a few hours collecting information and mapping it.  We show where the refineries are, the year they were constructed and how much they produce.  The bubbles are scaled correctly to give you a sense of proportion at a glance.

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Location Year Constructed  Operator Details Type Capacity (in 1000s) Lat Long
Burnaby, BC 1936 Parkland Fuel (formerly Chevron) Refinery 55 49.1 123
Prince George, BC 1967 Husky Refinery 12 53.5 122.7
Redwater, AB 2018 Sturgeon (Redwater) Refinery 40 53.9 113.6
Fort McMurray Syncrude Upgrader 465 56.4 111.2
Fort McMurray Suncor Upgrader 438 56.4 111.3
Fort McMurray CNRL (Horizon) Upgrader 135 56.4 111.2
Fort McMurray CNOC Nexen (Long Lake) Upgrader 72 56.3 111.8
Scotford, AB Shell Upgrader 240 53.5 111
Edmonton, AB 1974 Imperial Refinery 191 53.3 113.2
Edmonton, AB 1951 Suncor Refinery 142 53.3 113.2
Strathcona, AB 1984 Shell Scotford Refinery 110 53.5 113
Lloydminster, SK 1947 Husky (Asphalt) Refinery 29 53.16 109.6
Loydminster, SK 1947 Husky (Diesel) Refinery 82 53.16 109.6
Regina, SK 1935 FCL Co-Op Refinery 135 50.3 104.3
Moose Jaw, SK 1934 Gibson Energy Refinery 19 50.2 105.3
Sarnia, ON 1897 Imperial Refinery 119 42.6 82.24
St Clair, On 1952 Shell (Counna) Refinery 73 42.5 82.26
Sarnia, On 1953 Suncor Refinery 85 42.6 82.26
Mississauga, ON 1943 Hollyfrontier (Clarkson) Refinery 15 43.3 79.36
Nanticoke, ON 1978 Imperial Refinery 113 42.5 80
Montreal, QC 1955 Suncor Refinery 137 45.4 73.3
Quebec City, QC 1971 Valero Levis (Jean-Gaulin Refinery) Refinery 265 46.5 71.1
Saint John, NF 1960 Irving Refinery 300 45.1 66

 

This data was compiled from the following sources:

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