Suncor had a record high production in Q3 of 744,000 b/d. The company had a realized price of $49/b for its bitumen. Suncor considers it viable to install coker at Montreal refinery Mexico City — Suncor, Canada’s largest oil sands producer, said its integrated strategy has shielded it from Western Canadian Select’s steep discount to West Texas Intermediate crude futures, a senior company official said Thursday. Receive daily email alerts, subscriber notes & personalize your experience. Register Now The WCS price discount to WTI futures averaged $27.78/b during Q3, widening from a $10.38/b discount in Q3 2017 as production has exceeded takeaway capacity, S&P Global Platts data showed. The WCS discount has since widened to average $45.94/b so far in the fourth quarter. Some are questioning the strength of the Western Canadian oil sector because of the crude differentials, Suncor CEO Steve Williams said during the company’s third-quarter earnings […]