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George Mallay
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Mike Ireland
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Matthew Slotwinski
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Chantelle Lynne Core
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Kathleen Pretty
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Ted Zatylny
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David Moody
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Geoff Greening
Market Development Consultant
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George Mallay
General Manager
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George Mallay
Mike Ireland
Jeanny Leung
Fraser Parry
Matthew Slotwinski
Chantelle Lynne Core
Kathleen Pretty
Ted Zatylny
David Moody
Geoff Greening
George Mallay

Petrochemical and Refined Petroleum Products



To learn more about Sarnia-Lambton's Petrochemical & Refining Complex view the Sarnia-Lambton Petrochemical Complex brochure .

  • The industries of Sarnia-Lambton's refining and petrochemical complex
  • Hydrocarbon feedstocks and key intermediates
  • Petroleum and petrochemical products produced
  • Plastics, rubbers and latices produced
  • Inorganic chemicals
  • Raw materials used but not produced
  • Products blended, repackaged and / or terminaled
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Sarnia-Lambton is an internationally centre for industrial chemical industries, and home to many well-known multinational firms, including: Air Products,  Plains Midstream, LANXESS, Dupont, Exxon-Mobil (through its Canadian affiliate Imperial Oil Limited), NOVA, Shell, Suncor, Praxair, and CF Industries.

As our area's number one sector, the local petrochemical and refined petroleum industries provide a strong base of advantages for new chemical companies. Manufacturers, including photovoltaic and thermal solar products and bioproducts, can also benefit from this solid infrastructure foundation:

  • Major pipelines bring crude oil, natural gas, natural gas liquids, and ethane to the region, and a further network of pipelines facilitates transfer of intermediate feed stocks and raw materials from one company to another within Sarnia-Lambton. Access is provided to raw materials from the Marcellus Shale Basin in the northeastern U.S., Western Canada, the U.S. Gulf Coast and offshore from the Atlantic Seaboard.
  • Underground salt caverns allow for the storage of significant volumes of products.
     
  • The St. Clair River provides cooling and process water and is a vital link on the St. Lawrence Seaway.
     
  • Companies in the chemical industry have immediate access to the raw materials needed for manufacturing automotive parts, rubber-based products, extruded plastics, secondary and specialty chemicals, insulation, synthetics and many other products.
  • Sarnia-Lambton's extensive infrastructure for supporting the construction and maintenance of major capital projects has a proven history of successfully building plants in excess of $1 billion.
     
  • Lambton College provides graduates from degree and diploma courses designed specifically for the chemical industry.

Sarnia-Lambton is an active participant in the  Sustainable Chemistry Alliance.  Made up of companies, associations, and individuals representing the chemistry value chain, this group is working to established Ontario as a global leader in innovative, environmentally sustainable, chemical products, technologies and processes.