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Alberta Shales

We produce light tight oil (LTO) from the Montney shale formation in northwestern Alberta in Gold Creek. On February 17, 2021, Shell announced the sale of our Duvernay assets to Crescent Point Energy Corp.

Athabasca Oil Sands Project (AOSP)

The AOSP includes the Albian Sands mining and extraction operations (Muskeg River and Jackpine mines) north of Fort McMurray, Alberta, and the Scotford upgrader and Quest CCS project northeast of Edmonton, Alberta.

Brockville Lubricants Plant

Shell Canada’s Brockville Lubricants Plant, located in Brockville, Ontario, is the largest blender and packager of retail passenger car motor oils in Canada. Brockville produces more than 200 different formulations of automotive, aviation and industrial lubricating oils.


Shell Canada Energy (Shell) completed the sale of the Foothills Assets – Waterton, Jumping Pound and Caroline gas plants, associated wells and pipelines and the gas fields which feed them – to a subsidiary of Pieridae Energy Limited in October 2019.


Produces methane, natural gas liquids and condensate and could provide Shell’s equity share of natural gas to LNG Canada.

LNG Canada

We are working with partners to design, build and operate an LNG export terminal in Kitimat, British Columbia.

Quest Carbon Capture and Storage

Located at the Scotford upgrader near Edmonton, Alberta, the world-class Quest Carbon Capture and Storage facility is proving that large-scale COcapture is a safe and effective measure to reduce CO2 emissions from industrial sources. 

Sarnia Manufacturing Centre

Crude oil refined at the Centre helps meet southern Ontario’s transportation fuel needs, such as gasoline, diesel and jet fuel.


One of North America’s most efficient, modern and integrated hydrocarbon processing sites, converting oil sands bitumen into finished, marketable products.


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What We Do: At a Glance

Shell is a global group of energy and petrochemical companies. We employ around 3,100 employees in Canada.