Despite lowering guidance, Suncor expects normal operations by end of June

June 7, 2016

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Following the unprecedented production interruptions caused by the Alberta wildfires that had taken up to 1.5-million barrels of Canadian crude off the market during May, oil sands major Suncor Energy has advised that it expected to be back to normal operations by the end of June.
The company, which held significant oil sands interests in the worst affected Fort McMurray area, in Canada’s oil patch, on Monday confirmed that it was ramping up production in a staged manner and expected that all of its operations in the Regional Municipality of Wood Buffalo (RMWB) would be producing at normal, pre-turnaround rates by the end of June.

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