We are a Canadian-based liquids infrastructure company with a focused asset base and stable, long-term cash flows.
With nearly 14 million barrels of storage, and over 500 km of crude pipelines, we touch 1 in every 4 barrels produced in Western Canada.
Safety, environmental protection and community play important roles in our growth as a company.
We are a Canadian-based liquids infrastructure company that connects customers to markets, employees to rewarding careers, and investors to long-term value.
As Gibson grows, it diversifies its operations and infrastructure base.
Gibson continues to diversify in all areas of service: marketing, storage, pipelines and transportation. The company name changes to Gibson Petroleum Company Ltd.
Gibson enters the ‘road oil’ market, mixing crude oil and gravel. The product is used throughout Alberta for road maintenance and dust control. Gibson later enters the asphalt hauling market.
By the end of the 70s, Gibson grows its infrastructure base. Storage capacity at the Hardisty terminal exceeds 900,000 barrels and its Edmonton operations include rail car loading and a trailer repair shop.
Gibson's truck transportation operations continue to thrive with further expansion into Alberta and Saskatchewan.
Gibson builds its first fractionation plant at Hardisty, to process NGLs. Volumes increase, and the plant expands its capacity to 5,000 barrels per day.
Gibson enters into the retail propane business with the purchase of James Propane, followed by the acquisition of Canwest Propane in 1990. Gibson later enters the wholesale propane distribution and marketing business with facilities in British Columbia, Ontario, Montana, North Dakota, and Washington.