加拿大石油公司

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加拿大石油公司(Petro-Canada)
加拿大石油公司(Petro-Canada) TSX: PCA, NYSE: PCZ

加拿大石油公司官方网站网址:http://www.petro-canada.com/ 英文

加拿大石油公司官方网站网址:http://www.petrocanada.cn/ 中文

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加拿大石油公司简介

  加拿大政府在1975年成立的Petro-Canada公司是加拿大最大的燃油和燃气公司,其拥有超过60亿加元(300多亿人民币)的固定资产。当时成立的目的是为降低美国公司在加拿大石油工业的统治地位。Petro-Canada在成立之初从加拿大政府手中接受了大量的油气资源,不过后来评论家们指责Petro- Canada在配置这些资源时的低效以及干涉私人公司的业务。1991年,加拿大政府开始对Petro-Canada进行私有化改革,2004年底,加拿大政府出售了其在该公司中剩余20%的股权。

  加拿大国营石油公司主要分两个产业

  1、上游产业:主要负责原油探测、开采及销售原油、天然气液化天然气

  2、下游产业:主要负责原油炼制和销售其石油产品。

  加拿大国营石油公司润滑油部生产350多种各种包装的润滑油品,包括:汽车用、工业用、特殊用等油品及润滑脂,其销售遍布欧美等地六十多个国家。其获得ISO09001QS9000等认证,保证其质量得可靠性

  加拿大国营石油公司自1970年开始用二段加氢技术生产基础油并用于各类润滑油得调合,使其润滑油品性能迫近全合成油品得品质。经多年得技术发展,我们得基础油纯度已达到99.9%(全合成为100%)——这是普通炼油厂无法达到的水平。

  正因为如此,我们以无可伦比的质量使广大用户受惠和成为了其他油品的发展榜样。

  加拿大国营石油公司润滑油只在加拿大安大略省密西沙哥调合及包装,只使用统一之PETRO-CANADA注册商标,并无其他厂家包装及其他商标使用。该润滑油进入中国市场以来,以其很高的质价比而深受客户欢迎 ,因为总营运成本的降低使他们得到真正的实惠!

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加拿大国营石油公司历史

  Petro-Canada was founded as a Crown Corporation in 1975 by an act of Parliament. Most of the original Petro-Canada stations were British Petroleum Canada (BP Canada) dealers, and BP disappeared from the retail scene in Canada soon after. Later, Petro-Canada acquired the Canadian retail stations of Gulf and Fina.

  Canada's large oil reserves had long been under the control of American corporations who geared most of their production towards the American market, and sent their profits south. After the oil shock of 1973 oil prices quadrupled, but little of the benefit was going to Canadians. The motion to create a publicly-run oil company was introduced by the New Democratic Party in 1973, Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau's Liberals were then in a minority government and dependent upon the support of the NDP to stay in power. The idea also fit with Trudeau's economic nationalism.

  The company was given $1.5 billion in start-up money and easy access to new sources of capital. It was set up in Calgary, despite the hostility of that city's population and existing oil firms. Its first president was Liberal operative Maurice Strong. The government maintained closer controls over Petro-Canada than was usual for a Crown Corporation so they could use it as a policy tool. The Progressive Conservative Party, led by Albertan Joe Clark, was an opponent of the company, and advocated breaking it up and selling it. The Tories were unable to proceed with these plans during their brief time in power in 1979-1980, however.

  The company became popular outside Alberta as a symbol of Canadian nationalism. The federal government and Petro-Canada tried to re-inforce this popularity nationwide (but especially in Calgary) through its prominent sponsorship of the city's successful 1988 Winter Olympics bid. It quickly grew to be one of the largest players in the traditional oil fields of the west as well as in the tar sands and the East coast offshore oil fields.

  When the Liberals returned to power in 1980, energy policy was an important focus, and the sweeping National Energy Program was created. This expanded Petro-Canada, but it was detrimental to Alberta's economy. The government of Prime Minister Brian Mulroney (1984-1993) stopped using Petro-Canada as a policy tool, and it began to compete fully and successfully with the private sector companies.

  In 1990, the government announced its intention to privatize Petro-Canada and the first shares were sold on the open market in July 1991, at $13 each. The government began to slowly privatize the company, selling its majority control, but keeping a 20% stake in the company. No other shareholder is allowed to own more than 10%, however. Also foreigners cannot control more than 25% of the company.

  During the first year, the value of the shares gradually dropped to $8 as Petro-Canada suffered a huge loss of $603 million, primarily because of the devaluation of some assets. The newly-private company significantly reduced the number of properties in which it had a direct interest. It reduced its annual operating costs by $300 million and it went from a staff of close to 11,000 to only about 5,000 employees. Many of these laid off employees went on to work and start up other oil companies in Alberta creating a new group of Canadian producers.

  In his 2004 federal budget, Finance Minister Ralph Goodale pledged to sell the government's remaining stake in the company.

  Petro-Canada is Canada’s second-largest downstream company with refining and supply operations, retail and marketing networks, and a specialty lubricants business. It has a loyalty program called Petro Points where the customers get points for fuel, car repair and store purchases. It teamed up with Citibank for a Petro Points MasterCard. One of the benefits is 2 cents off a litre for fuel purchases and Petro Points for all purchases on the card. Petro-Canada also runs a chain of car repair with their stations called Certigard Car Repair.

  Today Petro-Canada is Canada's 11th largest company with important interests in such projects as Hibernia, Terra Nova, and White Rose; its gas stations remain a presence in most Canadian cities. It owns refineries in Edmonton, Alberta (135,000 bpd) and Montreal, Quebec (155,000 bpd), accounting for 16% of the Canadian industry’s total refining capacity. Its lubricants plant in Mississauga, Ontario refines crude oil feedstock to produce lubricating oil-based stocks and other specialized products.

  The company has expanded internationally and is involved in several foreign projects, especially in Algeria, the Netherlands, Tunisia, the United Kingdom, Syria, Italy, Libya, Trinidad and Tobago, and Venezuela. These and all the other sites outside of North America are run by the International Business Unit of Petro-Canada with its headquarters in London Bridge, London.

  Its main gasoline additive is Tactrol.

  In 2006 the company entered the mobile phone market with a pre-paid service called Petro-Canada Mobility.

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116.228.4.* 在 2009年12月10日 11:40 发表

信息有错,加拿大石油为有中文官网网站。而且也未授权经销商做网站。那个所谓的中文网,是其第一代经销商自己未经授权情况下做的。加拿大石油中国区总经销,需要到加拿大石油润滑油官网查询。http://lubricants.petro-canada.ca/default.aspx

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苦行者 (Talk | 贡献) 在 2009年12月10日 11:49 发表

116.228.4.* 在 2009年12月10日 11:40 发表

信息有错,加拿大石油为有中文官网网站。而且也未授权经销商做网站。那个所谓的中文网,是其第一代经销商自己未经授权情况下做的。加拿大石油中国区总经销,需要到加拿大石油润滑油官网查询。http://lubricants.petro-canada.ca/default.aspx

谢谢提醒,已经更正!

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