Suncor releases 2021 Sustainability and Climate Report
Suncor Energy released its 2021 Sustainability and Climate Report. The reports…
Suncor to record impairment charge on White Rose assets
Suncor advised that it will record in the fourth…
Two workers killed in collision at Suncor
Occurred at oilsands mine near Fort McMurray
Bombardier names veteran exec Bart Demosky as CFO
Has had executive roles at Universal Rail Systems, Canadian Pacific Railway and Suncor Energy.
Imperial Oil to end Syncrude services contract as Suncor takes over
Switching operatorship a sign the oil sands mining industry has evolved from a high-cost and risky, to more proven and predictable.
Suncor agrees to begin operating Syncrude by end of next year
Agreement required from Imperial Oil Resources, CNOOC Oil Sands Canada and Sinopec Oil Sands Partnership.
Suncor relocating its PetroCanada HQ to Calgary from Ontario
Shift to remain competitive by integrating the downstream business with the rest of the company.
Suncor shares slip after fire interrupts Fort McMurray oil sands output
Two upgraders at the project are working at minimum rates to process strip-mined bitumen inventory.
Suncor’s Fort McMurray base plant stalled until September due to fire
Blaze in the extraction area was contained quickly, and no one was hurt.
Suncor CEO predicts slow recovery for energy sector
Pandemic has contributed to reduced demand of 50% for gasoline, 70% for jet fuel and 20% for diesel.
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Mitacs announces initiative to speed up application process and access to research talent for SMEs.
COVID-19 scare at oil sands work camp tests businesses’ plans
Possible virus case shows Civeo’s safety protocols at Suncor Energy base camp work.
Suncor files application for base oil sands mine extension
Energy company is preparing for when the current base mine is depleted in about 2035.
Shelved Suncor thermal oil sands project wins Alberta approval
Would use steam to produce bitumen from wells, can now apply for environmental and local development permits.
Suncor posts $2.3B loss, writes down oil sands and offshore assets
Accounts for $393 million accounts for higher capital cost estimates for the West White Rose Project.
Suncor asks NEB to end Enbridge open season on Mainline pipeline
Largest oil and gas produce demands call for contracts be halted before it wraps up in October.
Oil sands CEOs take federal election message to voters
Newspaper ads ask readers to call on “leaders of all political stripes” to lend their support to the energy industry.
Suncor blames western Canadian oil price discounts for $280M net loss
Operating earnings were $580 million versus $1.31 billion, well below analyst expectations of $724 million.
Suncor Energy reports production hits quarterly record in Q4
Production averaged 831,000 barrels of oil equivalent per day, up 12% from Q3.
Suncor assessing impact of Alberta’s move to cut oil production next year
Cuts to reduce a glut that increases the discount the oil fetches compared with the North American benchmark.
Suncor CEO to retire in May; Mark Little named as his replacement
Steve Williams led the way in support for environmental initiatives, supported Notley’s sweeping climate plan.
Suncor won’t approve more oil production expansions until pipeline progress: CEO
Judicial rulings affecting Keystone XL and Trans Mountain pipeline creating uncertainty.
Suncor restarting Edmonton refinery after power outage stalls production
There were no injuries as a result of the power disruption.
Suncor CEO says partners holding up Syncrude reliability improvements
“Not getting the sense of urgency or support we would like from our partners at the moment”: Williams.
Suncor cuts oil sands production guidance to reflect Syncrude outage
Revised output expected to be 422,500 barrels per day, down from 440,000 bpd.
Supreme Court will not hear drug testing appeal involving oil sands workers
Unifor is confident it will prevail when the new arbitration panel hears the case.
Trans Mountain deal fails to change Suncor position on Canadian competitiveness
Energy company is ramping up production of its Fort Hills oil sands mine, but has approved no other major growth projects in northern Alberta.
Employers content to avoid costs, headaches of providing childcare
Many Canadian companies find balancing the costs and matching needs with resources is difficult.
Suncor says Syncrude maintenance turnaround planned for April to start early
Will help deal with an issue that is constraining capacity on a line that feeds bitumen from the mine to the upgrader.
Suncor Energy increases stake in Syncrude, acquires stake in Fenja Development
Buying Mocal Energy’s 5% interest in the oil sands developer for approximately $920 million.
Maintenance and reliability: tips for setting up in a new facility
Putting the right team in place and keeping it simple will derive significant benefits.
Drugs and alcohol: Alberta court opens the door to random testing
Pending a Unifor appeal, it may become easier for an employer to introduce a valid testing policy.