On this page: Our operating areas We are Canada’s largest integrated energy company with operations in all stages of the oil and gas industry — upstream, midstream and downstream. Our operations include: Oil Sands Exploration and Production Supply and Trading Refining and Marketing Our operating areas Expand all | Collapse all Oil Sands Our Oil Sands business is focused on the responsible development of one of the world’s largest petroleum resource basins — the Athabasca oil sands — through both mining and in situ technologies. Read about Oil Sands on suncor.com Exploration & Production Our Exploration & Production business is focused on delivering value and growth through the development and operation of lower cost crude oil assets, which includes: offshore operations off the east coast of Canada and in the North Sea onshore assets in North America, Libya and Syria (Note: Operations in Syria have been suspended indefinitely due to political unrest and resulting sanctions. Production in Libya has been substantially shut-in due to political unrest, with the timing of a return to normal operations remaining uncertain.) Read about Exploration & Production on suncor.com Supply & Trading Our Supply & Trading business provides midstream services including crude oil marketing and logistics activities to optimize our value chain. It is part of the Corporate, Energy Trading and Eliminations grouping, which also includes the company’s investments in renewable energy projects. Our renewables business includes investments in six operating wind farms and Canada’s largest ethanol production facility which feeds into our retail gasoline network. Read more about Supply & Trading on suncor.com Read more about our wind power business on suncor.com Refining & Marketing Our Refining & Marketing operations further unlock the value of the upstream barrel through our strong refining and marketing network, which includes more than 1,475 Petro-Canada retail stations. Operations Map Operations Map Below is a map of our operations around the globe. Click the image to view larger.