"The maintenance shutdown was an enormous task," said Mike Ashar, Suncor's executive vice president, Oil Sands. "About 3,000 maintenance contractors worked alongside Suncor employees to get the job done safely." During the maintenance shutdown, Suncor also commissioned a new $80-million fractionator, which is expected to improve reliability.
Suncor has delayed returning a unit in Upgrader 1 by an estimated three weeks to conduct additional repairs to the hydrogen plant.
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