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Summary Information

  • Ownership: Consumers' Co-operative Refineries Limited
  • Website:
  • Wiki Page: Consumers Cooperative Refineries Ltd
  • Location: Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada
  • Capacity:
    • Before: 5 million tons/annum & 100,000 bbl/day
    • After: 7.5 million tons/annum & 145,000 bbl/day
  • Nelson Complexity:
  • Project Stage:
  • Expected Completion: 2012
  • Budget: C$1.9 billion

The Project

  • Project Type: An expansion and upgrade
  • Project Summary: The expansion includes the addition of a grassroots fluid catalytic cracker complex, new storage facilities, and the revamp of several of the existing refinery process units and utility systems.
  • Main Contractors
    • Mustang: Front-end engineering design and the detailed design
    • Colt WorleyParsons: Engineering, procurement, and construction management services
    • Aecon: mechanical work, fabrication, and installation of pipe and other equipment
  • Licences:
    • UOP: FCC

Refining Units

  • UOP – FCC Unit
  • Syn-Crude Prefractionation
  • Main Fractionator
  • Gas Concentration Unit
  • Cat-Poly Unit
  • Associated Offsites

Terminal Capacity

  • Crude Oil:
  • Refined Products:

Crude Supply

  • The refinery will utilise Syncrude

Products Produced

  • Gasoline


  • 2007 - Mustang completed the front-end engineering design
  • 2008 - WorleyParsons awarded a Contract for engineering, procurement, and construction management services
  • 2009 - Aecon awarded construction contract
  • 2012 - Project completed

Other Information

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Relevant Links

  1. CCRL refinery expansion project
  2. Mustang Providing Detailed Design and Automation Services on Canadian Refinery Expansion
  3. Aecon awarded two contracts totaling $125 million to modify Regina refinery
  4. IAG Project Page
  5. CRC’s Section V in production
  6. Refinery celebrates official opening of expansion

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