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Co-op Refinery Complex


The Co-op Refinery Complex aims to be a recognized leader in safety, reliability and sustainability within the petroleum-refining industry. From eight enterprising farmers who believed they could produce and distribute their own gas in 1935, the CRC has grown to become one of Canada’s largest integrated refining and upgrading complexes. 

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Jade Stolen, Edmonton Warehouse Supervisor, with new compost bins at the Edmonton distribution centre.

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Join the Co-op Refinery Complex and help us, as We Fuel Western Canada.

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Safety


The CRC is committed to protecting the health, safety and well-being of all employees and the community. By consistently implementing industry best practices, CRC is strengthening its safety culture. Achieving excellence and integrating safety into all aspects of business drives positive outcomes across the entire business.        

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Sustainability


The CRC strives to be a leader in environmental compliance and works with industry partners to maintain and set new standards. There are numerous air quality monitoring stations throughout Regina to measure air quality and ensure the CRC is meeting provincial legislation.

The CRC has built the Wastewater Improvement Project (WIP), an award-winning $200 million environmental megaproject which will allow the CRC to become the first refinery in North America to recycle 65% of its wastewater.

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Refinery News

Sustainability efforts reach new heights at CRC

December 5, 2018

The Co-op Refinery Complex (CRC) installed a significant new piece of equipment on Nov. 29, which will be the tallest vessel and one of the tallest structures on site.

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Fifteen-storey vessel travels more than 800 km to Regina

September 26, 2018

A 167-foot behemoth recently arrived at the Co-op Refinery Complex and will help produce fuel with higher octane levels than current products.

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Working together to fuel tomorrow

September 25, 2018

In British Columbia, FCL and the CRC identified an opportunity to bring a new E-85 fuel to market and provide drivers with an alternative to regular gasoline.

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