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Petroleum products
Energy Markets Fact Book — 2014–2015
Trade (2013)
Canadian exports and imports of refined petroleum products
Key facts (2013)
y
y
26% of Canadian production of refined petroleum products is 
exported:
·
·
92% of Canadian refined petroleum product exports are to 
the U.S.
27% of U.S. imports come from Canada.
12% of Canadian consumption of refined petroleum products 
is imported: 
·
·
74% of Canadian imports come from the U.S.
Other Canadian imports come from a wide range of 
countries, including the Netherlands (9%), Mexico (3%) 
and the U.K. (3%).
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Petroleum products
Energy Markets Fact Book — 2014–2015
Retail prices (in cents per litre)
Gasoline
Diesel
2013
average Canadian pump price
127.9
128.6
estimated crude cost
63.1
63.1
refining and marketing
25.4
33.6
federal taxes*
15.8
10.1
provincial taxes**
23.6
21.8
2014
average Canadian pump price 
(first six months)
133.1
140.0
* includes the GST and federal excise tax 
** includes the provincial portion of the HST
Changes in retail prices for fuel tend to mimic those for crude oil.
Weekly retail gasoline and diesel prices
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Petroleum products
Energy Markets Fact Book — 2014–2015
Canadian petroleum refineries
Location
Refinery
Capacity
British Columbia
Prince George
Husky Energy
12,000 b/d
Burnaby
Chevron Canada
55,000 b/d
Alberta
Edmonton
Imperial Oil
187,000 b/d
Edmonton
Suncor Energy 
142,000 b/d
Edmonton
Shell
100,000 b/d
Saskatchewan
Regina
Consumer’s Co-op
145,000 b/d
Ontario
Sarnia
Imperial Oil
121,000 b/d
Nanticoke
Imperial Oil
112,000 b/d
Sarnia
Suncor Energy
85,000 b/d
Sarnia
Shell
75,000 b/d
Quebec
Québec (City)
Valero  
(formerly Ultramar)
265,000 b/d
Montréal
Suncor Energy
137,000 b/d
New Brunswick
Saint John
Irving Oil
320,000 b/d
Newfoundland and Labrador
Come by Chance
North Atlantic 
115,000 b/d
Total refining capacity
1,871,000 b/d
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Petroleum products
Energy Markets Fact Book — 2014–2015
Other plants with crude oil processing
Location
Plant
Capacity
Asphalt plants
SK
Lloydminster
Husky Energy
29,000 b/d 
Moose Jaw
Moose Jaw Refinery
15,000 b/d
Total processing capacity
44,000 b/d
Petrochemical plants  
(currently using crude oil as feedstock)
ON
Sarnia
Nova Chemicals
80,000 b/d
Mississauga
Suncor Lubricants
16,000 b/d
Total processing capacity
96,000 b/d
Upgraders*
AB
Fort McMurray
Syncrude
474,000 b/d
Fort McMurray
Suncor Base U1/U2
267,000 b/d
Fort Sask
Shell Scotford
255,000 b/d
Fort McKay
CNRL Horizon
114,000 b/d
Fort McMurray
Suncor Millenium
90,000 b/d
Wood Buffalo
Nexen-CNOOC
72,000 b/d
SK
Lloydminster
Husky Energy
82,000 b/d
Total upgrading capacity
1,354,000 b/d
* Although upgraders primarily transform heavy crudes into lighter crudes, they 
also produce some refined products, such as diesel.
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Energy Markets Fact Book — 2014–2015
Canadian industry structure
y
y
y
The upstream oil and gas industry comprises several hundred 
companies that engage in activities such as exploration, 
drilling, production and field processing.
The midstream natural gas industry processes raw natural gas 
and transports it through pipelines from producing areas to 
transmission pipelines or consuming areas.
The downstream natural gas industry comprises natural gas 
utilities that distribute natural gas to end-use consumers by 
operating extensive networks of local distribution pipelines.
Main associations
y
y
y
y
y
y
y
Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers (CAPP)
Explorers and Producers Association of Canada (EPAC)
Canadian Association of Oilwell Drilling Contractors (CAODC) 
Canadian Society for Unconventional Resources (CSUR)
Canadian Energy Pipeline Association (CEPA)
Canadian Gas Association (CGA)
Industrial Gas Users Association (IGUA)
Regulatory authority
y
y
y
Primarily with provincial governments
Federal jurisdiction over interprovincial and international 
natural gas pipelines through the NEB
The Canada-Nova Scotia Offshore Petroleum Board and 
Canada-Newfoundland and Labrador Offshore Petroleum 
Board are responsible for regulations of oil and gas activities in 
their corresponding offshore areas.
Natural gas
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Natural gas
Energy Markets Fact Book — 2014–2015
International context
World production – 336 Bcf/d (9.5 Bcm/d) 
(2013, preliminary)
1)United States ................................................................20%
2)Russia 
19%
3)Qatar 
5%
4)Iran 
5%
5)Canada 
4%
World exports – 102 Bcf/d (2.9 Bcm/d) 
(2013, preliminary)
1)Russia 20%
2)Qatar 
11%
3)Norway
10%
4)Canada 
8%
5)Netherlands ....................................................................6%
World proved reserves – 7,024 Tcf (199 Bcm) 
(at end of 2013)
1)Russia 
24%
2)Iran 
17%
3)Qatar 
13%
4)United States ..................................................................5%
5)Saudi Arabia ...................................................................4%
...
19)Canada ........................................................................1%
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Natural gas
Energy Markets Fact Book — 2014–2015
Canada-U.S. resources
y
y
The natural gas markets in Canada and the U.S. are highly 
integrated from a supply and demand perspective.
Together, Canada and the U.S. are estimated to have 
more than 100 years of supply at current production and 
consumption rates.
Proved reserves (at the end of 2012)
reserves known to exist and that are recoverable under current technological 
and economic conditions
Canada .....................................................................  71 Tcf
U.S.  
308 Tcf
Total  ....................................................................... 379 Tcf
Technically recoverable resources
gas estimated to be recoverable as drilling and infrastructure expands
Canada total ......................................................885–1,566 Tcf
Canadian conventional ......................................357–436 Tcf
Canadian unconventional................................528–1,130 Tcf
(coal-bed methane, shale and tight gas)
U.S. total .................................................................. 2,431 Tcf
portion that is shale and tight gas ............................. 664 Tcf
portion that is other .............................................. 1,766 Tcf
World total ............................................................. 28,605 Tcf
portion that is conventional .............................…. 16,527 Tcf
portion that is unconventional……… ..........…….... 12,113 Tcf
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Natural gas
Energy Markets Fact Book — 2014–2015
Shale gas
Features of shale
y
y
Ultra-low permeability sedimentary rock containing natural gas
Gas is extracted by using horizontal drilling and hydraulic 
fracturing.
Hydraulic fracturing (fracking)
y Creates fractures in rock layers by using pressurized water, 
mixed with small amounts of sand and additives, to release the 
natural gas
Potential in Canada
y
y
y
Shale gas resources are found in British Columbia, Alberta, 
Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Ontario, Quebec, New Brunswick 
and Nova Scotia.
Technological advancements in drilling (long-reach horizontal 
well bores) and completion techniques (multistage fracking) 
have allowed commercial production of natural gas from shale.
These advancements have increased the long-term outlook for 
the supply of natural gas in North America.
Global potential
y An updated U.S. Energy Information Administration 
assessment of 137 shale formation in 41 countries, in addition 
to the U.S. basins, found a total of 7,299 Tcf of technically 
recoverable shale gas resources. 
World technically recoverable shale resources –  
7,299 Tcf (2012)
1) China 
15%
2) Argentina 
11%
3) Algeria 
10%
4) United States .................................................................... 9%
5) Canada 
8%
6) Mexico
7%
7) Australia 
6%
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Natural gas
Energy Markets Fact Book — 2014–2015
Canada-U.S. market (2013)
Canada-U.S. market .................................................. 80.6 Bcf/d
(2.3 Bcm/d)
Canadian average marketable production .................. 13.7 Bcf/d
(0.4 Bcm/d)
conventional* ................................................................. 38%
unconventional* ............................................................. 62%
U.S. average marketable production........................... 66.5 Bcf/d
(1.9 Bcm/d)
conventional* ................................................................. 41%
unconventional* ............................................................. 59%
North American LNG imports ...................................... 0.4 Bcf/d
(0.01 Bcm/d)
.S. 
percentages by type are based on 2010 data.
Natural gas wells completed and average metres drilled in 
western Canada
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Natural gas
Energy Markets Fact Book — 2014–2015
Canadian production (2013)
Canadian and U.S. marketable production of natural gas
Marketable production by province, 2013
* Terr.: Northwest Territories and Yukon
10 
20 
30 
40 
50 
60 
70 
Billion cubic feet per day 
Canada 
United States 
2003 
2004 
2005 
2006 
2007 
2008 
2009 
2010 
2011 
2012 
2013 
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