Ontario has six oil refineries.  Three are located in Sarnia; the others are at Corunna (south of Sarnia), Jarvis (west of Niagara Falls) and Mississauga.
In 2010, the Ontario refining sector
consumed 126,421,600 GJ and
emitted 7,780,533 GHG tonnes.
Ontario's refineries use industrial byproducts for about three-quarters of their fuel needs. Natural gas (6.18%), oil (5.03%) and electricity (4.56%) make up the balance.
To learn how oil flows from the ground to a refinery, as well as to your own gas tank, click on the blue icons above....