Getting our products to Canadians and the world

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Getting our products to Canadians and the world

Market access

The world needs it, Canada should provide it. Demand for responsibly-produced energy is growing and this is where we’re strong - abundant resources, evolving technology and innovation, and solid leadership in safety and environmental performance.

We support policies that support our access to markets – the people and places that need energy to succeed in Canada and around the world. Infrastructure projects to transport Canadian crude help us compete and grow.

And when we grow, investment in environmental innovation grows too.

Rail

We’re going places, thanks to rail. While pipeline capacity is constrained, we need railways to get to the markets that will pay more for our products and keep us competitive with energy companies around the world.

One of our unique competitive advantages is our Edmonton rail terminal, located next to our Strathcona refinery. The terminal is a joint venture operated by Kinder Morgan that started up in April 2015. The facility has capacity to load unit trains of 100 to 120 rail cars per train, and 210,000 barrels per day.

Products pipelines

Over 700 different petroleum products keep North Americans moving. Pipelines help them flow in and out of our refineries in a safe, environmentally friendly way – from the well to the customer.

For example, our Sarnia Products Pipeline transports gasoline, diesel and a significant portion of jet fuel to Toronto Pearson Airport - keeping people, goods and services moving across the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area.

We are committed to keeping our neighbours, workforce, and environment safe by operating within rigorous protocols and regulations, as well as making critical investments in new technology and integrity management tools.

Terminal network

Our coast-to-coast-to-coast terminal network helps us get product to our customers and end-users. Each day, we load more than 1,200 trucks at our terminals with products (gasoline, diesel, jet fuel, etc.) that you use every day, ensuring these products are always available to keep cars moving and planes flying.

We have 21 terminals across Canada, which help ensure reliability of fuel products to numerous regions.

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