Fill up on some fun facts about fuel and refining

Mar 16, 2017   | Categories: Fossil Fuels, Fuels, Refineries
How many refineries are there in Canada? How much fuel do we Canadians use, as drivers and travellers?

We’ve gathered a few fun facts to fill up on in this week’s easy-to-digest blog post. Read on!

Fuel fact Canadian refineries

Fuel fact Canadian gas brands

Fuel fact Canadian fuel consumption

Fuel fact Canadian fuel consumers per capita

Fuel fact refineries bitumen

Want to know more about refineries? We have more graphic information in this visual guide. And if you missed our holiday fuel quiz, it’s fun and informative, too.
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