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  • Company Profile www.uftech.com
  • Introduction    Suncor Energy is a Canadian integrated energy company based in Calgary, Alberta. Strategically focused on developing one of the world’s largest petroleum resource basins—Canada’s Athabasca oil sands. It explores, acquires, develops, produces and markets crude oil in Canada and internationally, and the Company transports and refines crude oil, and market petroleum and petrochemical products primarily in Canada  Revenue : $39.3 billion CAN (2011)  Employees : 13,026 (2011) www.uftech.com
  • Subsidiaries  Suncor Energy Products Inc  Suncor Energy Products Partnership  Suncor Energy Marketing Inc  Suncor Energy (U.S.A.) Inc.  Fort Hills Energy L.P  Petro-Canada (International) Holdings  Suncor Energy Oil Sands Limited Partnership  Suncor Energy St. Clair Inc.  Voyageur Upgrader Corporation www.uftech.com
  • Brands Suncor’s primary brands are     Sunoco : Refining and marketing business in Ontario with retail distribution Petro-Canada : Refining and marketing business across Canada. Phillips 66 : Retail sales in the Denver area Shell : Pipeline and refining operations in Colorado and Wyoming. www.uftech.com
  • Operations  Oil Sands  Recovers bitumen from oil sands through mining and in situ operations. The bitumen from both operations is then upgraded to refineryready feedstock and diesel fuel. Exploration & Production Regions of oil and gas production: -East Coast Canada -Norway -United Kingdom -Libya -Syria -North America Onshore www.uftech.com
  • Operations  Supply & Trading  Refining It is organized around four main commodity groups : Suncor operates refineries in: -Crude Oil -Montreal, Quebec -Natural Gas -Edmonton, Alberta -Sulphur -Commerce City, Colorado -Petroleum Coke -Sarnia, Ontario www.uftech.com
  • Operations  Products & Services  Wind Power: -Bitumen blends, asphalt The wind projects : -Sweet and sour crude oil, chemicals -Ripley, Ontario -Diesel, Gasoline -Jet fuel, heavy fuel -Home heating oils, petroleum coke -Sulphur -Taber, Alberta -Magrath, Alberta -Gull Lake, Saskatchewan -Thamesville, Ontario -Drumheller, Alberta www.uftech.com
  • Business Locations Regional Offices : Operations :  Fort McMurray  MacKay River  Damascus  Steepbank/Millennium  Tripoli  Firebag  Aberdeen  Denver/ Commerce City  Stavanger  Edmonton  Mississauga  Sarnia  Montreal  Terra Nova www.uftech.com
  • Key Management  Steven W. Williams : President, CEO, Non-independent Director  Bart W. Demosky : Chief Financial Officer  Eric Axford : Executive Vice President - Business Services       Mark S. Little : Executive Vice President - Oil Sands and In Situ Business Mike MacSween : Executive Vice President - Major Projects Stephen D. L. Reynish : Executive Vice President - Oil Sands Ventures Kris Smith : Executive Vice President - Refining and Marketing Janice B. Odegaard : Senior Vice President, General Counsel, Corporate Secretary Paul Gardner : Seniorwww.uftech.com - Human Resources Vice President
  • News     Sold its conventional natural gas business in Western Canada to CQ Energy Canada Partnership (Sept'13) Suncor Energy Sanctions Hebron project (Jan'13) Total’s subsidiary Total E&P Canada Ltd. and Suncor Energy Inc. have signed several agreements to form a strategic oil sands alliance. (Dec'10) Suncor, Petro-Canada announce merger worth $43 billion (Mar'09) www.uftech.com
  • Tools Used  Smart Plant 3D : CAD Modeling  Smart Plant P&ID : Database / Drawing Tool   Smart Plant Review : Model Review, Visualization & Collaboration Tool Smart Plant Instrumentation : Instrument Database and Design Tool  Primavera Project Planner  SQL Server  Microsoft Windows Server System  Primavera SureTrak www.uftech.com
  • Competitors  Imperial Oil  BP PLC  Nexen  Total SA      Canadian Natural Resources Exxon Mobil Corporation  China Petroleum & Chemical Corporation   Royal Dutch Shell PLC Statoil ASA  Chevron Corp Ecopetrol S.A. Imperial Oil Ltd  Repsol S.A PetroChina Co Ltd www.uftech.com
  • Vendors  Flint Energy Services  Haverly Systems  Smartin Solutions  Cenovus Energy www.uftech.com
  • SWOT Analysis Strengths   Weakness Crude oil rich reserves and production Cost discipline and experienced leadership Opportunities     Unreliability of upgraders and other operational issues High finding and development (F&D) costs Threats Contingent reserves and cost discipline. Increasing US domestic production and demand for Diesel   Oversupply of upgraded SCO from oil sands could decrease the SCO premium Labor shortage and CAD/USD swings www.uftech.com