SARNIA, ON, Oct. 20 /CNW/ - Suncor Energy Products Inc. announced today
that planned maintenance activities at the company's Sarnia refinery are now
"All of the equipment involved has been returned to service," said Marc
Mageau, vice president of the Sarnia Refinery. "We're proud to report the work
was completed safely, on schedule and on budget."
The maintenance activities, which involved a partial shutdown of the
refinery's operating units, created approximately 650 construction jobs.
Suncor met all customer supply agreements during this six week project.
Suncor Energy Products Inc. is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Suncor Energy
Inc., an integrated energy company. In addition to a refinery in Sarnia,
Suncor Energy Products has a network of more than 300 Sunoco-branded retail
and Fleet Fuel cardlock sites and has a 50 per cent joint venture interest in
more than 200 Pioneer and UPI retail sites. Suncor Energy Products Inc.
manufactures, distributes and markets transportation fuels, heating oils and
petrochemicals primarily in Ontario. Sunoco in Canada is separate and
unrelated to Sunoco in the United States, which is owned by Sunoco, Inc. of
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