Take a look at Suncor's major projects performance data

Take a look at Suncor's major projects performance data

Take a look at Suncor's major projects performance data

Take a look at Suncor's major projects performance data

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Major Projects

The Major Projects business area is responsible for providing project management, procurement and construction expertise for large growth projects across the company. Performance data for Major Projects is limited to selected indicators.

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Environment

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Indicator Unit Footnote GRI
Disclosures
2011 2012 2013 2014 2015
Compliance                
Regulatory contraventions G4-EN29  3 2 13 0 2

Footnote A:
In 2015, there were two contraventions that occurred at a wind farm construction site related to tree clearing outside the approved boundary and equipment installed outside the approved boundary.

Regulatory fines $ G4-EN29   0 0 0 0 0

Footnote B:
Data includes regulatory fines related to environmental, health and safety contraventions paid during the stated year.

In 2015, the four largest spills were related to a generator coolant spill (0.7 m3), two unplanned sewage releases (0.7 m3), and a propane release (0.3 m3).

Volume of spills cubic metres (m3)   G4-EN24  0 0.63 1.06 0 3.41
Environment, Health & Safety (EH&S) management                
EH&S professionals on staff G4-EN31  27 36 51 51 -

Footnote C:
Professionals dedicated to environment, health or safety matters. Professional Service Agreements (PSAs) and non-positioned contractors are not included in this total. Beginning in 2015, the number of EH&S professionals is reported at a Suncor-wide level only.

Major Projects environmental footnotes
A In 2015, there were two contraventions that occurred at a wind farm construction site related to tree clearing outside the approved boundary and equipment installed outside the approved boundary.
B

Data includes regulatory fines related to environmental, health and safety contraventions paid during the stated year.

In 2015, the four largest spills were related to a generator coolant spill (0.7 m3), two unplanned sewage releases (0.7 m3), and a propane release (0.3 m3).

C

Professionals dedicated to environment, health or safety matters. Professional Service Agreements (PSAs) and non-positioned contractors are not included in this total. Beginning in 2015, the number of EH&S professionals is reported at a Suncor-wide level only.

Economic

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Indicator Unit Footnote GRI
Disclosures
2011 2012 2013 2014 2015
Purchases                
Goods and services $ millions   2,422 2,755 2,098 2,236  1,984

Footnote D:
Goods and services purchased from local and Aboriginal businesses are reported in Suncor-wide performance data. Purchases in Canada represent a sub-set of the total goods and services purchased.

Goods and services purchased in or from:                
  • Canada
$ millions G4-EC9 2,247 2,632 1,972 2,010  1,720

Footnote D:
Goods and services purchased from local and Aboriginal businesses are reported in Suncor-wide performance data. Purchases in Canada represent a sub-set of the total goods and services purchased.

Major Projects economic footnotes
D Goods and services purchased from local and Aboriginal businesses are reported in Suncor-wide performance data. Purchases in Canada represent a sub-set of the total goods and services purchased.

Social

Major Projects social footnotes
E A lost time injury requires medical attention and results in an employee being absent from work on the next regularly-scheduled workday or any subsequent workday. Lost time injury frequency is the number of such injuries per 200,000 hours worked, divided by the number of exposure hours.
F Recordable injuries include lost time injuries as well as medical aid injuries. Medical aid injuries require medical attention but do not result in an employee being absent from work. Recordable injury frequency is the sum of lost time and medical aid injuries per 200,000 hours worked, divided by the number of exposure hours.