Canadian energy company Suncor said its Syncrude oil sands facility, crippled by a June power outage, will be back at full capacity by September. U.S. crude oil prices were supported last month when Suncor announced it stopped processing light, sweet crude from its Syncrude facility in Alberta after a June 20 power disruption hobbled the plant. The company said a preliminary investigation indicated a transformer tripped. On Monday, the company said it has developed a return-to-service plan and that repairs to the transformer are underway. One production facility with a capacity of 150,000 barrels per day will be online by the second half of this month. A second 100,000 barrel-per-day facility will be in service by the middle of August. “Pipeline […]