Suncor refinery restart to ease Petro-Canada gas station outages


Suncor Power Inc. says a gasoline provide scarcity that left a few of its Petro-Canada stations within the 4 western provinces with no gasoline to pump ought to clear up within the subsequent few days.

Stations started working out of gasoline about two weeks in the past in Edmonton and Calgary, adopted by some Petro-Canada shops in Saskatchewan, Manitoba and B.C.

Spokeswoman Nicole Fisher says Suncor’s 142,000 barrel-a-day Edmonton refinery was restarted final week after being shut down for normal spring upkeep and the corporate is working to resupply the stations.

She says the scarcity of gasoline and different fuels in Western Canada was made worse as a result of different suppliers have been additionally off line, stopping Petro-Canada stations from utilizing various sources.

She says she would not know what number of stations have been with out gasoline provides.

Fisher says Suncor is apologizing to prospects who have been inconvenienced by the outages, including the final time it had such extreme shortfall was two years in the past within the wake of the Fort McMurray wildfire.



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