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.
Good business practices, transparency in financial reporting, and strong governance are essential components of our success.
At Gibson Energy, we recognize that corporate governance is fundamental to the success of our business, and instrumental in generating long-term value for all our stakeholders. Good business practices, transparency in corporate financial reporting, and strong corporate governance are essential components of our success.
Certificate and Articles of Amalgamation
By-laws 1 and 2
By-law 3 (Advance Notice)
Majority Voting Policy
Indigenous Relations Guiding Principles
We are committed to adopting effective and meaningful governance practices for all of our stakeholders, including the creation and development of various committees of the Board. Board Members participate in three standing committees: Audit; Governance, Compensation and Nomination; and Environment, Social, Governance/Health and Safety.
Board of Directors Charter
Board of Directors - Audit Committee Charter
Board of Directors - Corporate Governance, Compensation and Nomination Committee Charter
Board of Directors - Health and Safety Committee Charter
Board of Directors - Sustainability and ESG Committee Charter
Our success is built on a foundation of integrity. As a company, we guide our conduct by the highest standards of honesty, integrity and ethical behavior.
Our Code of Conduct and Ethics sets the standard for our workplace behaviour. We expect everyone who works on our behalf, our employees, contractors and our Board, to follow this Code.
Code of Conduct and Ethics
Supplier Code of Conduct and Ethics Policy
When concerns about integrity arise, we want to hear about them. We work hard to build an open-door culture where employees can express their concerns without fear of retaliation. Employees are encouraged to bring any concerns to their managers or any other senior leader within the company.
Our Ethics line provides an anonymous and confidential toll-free number for employees, contractors and others to call, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
1-888-475-0595 or report online
Our corporate policies outline the expectations we have of our employees and contractors.
Diversity & Inclusion Policy
Insider Trading Policy
Canadian Drug and Alcohol Policy
US Drug and Alcohol Policy
Respectful Workplace Policy
Workplace Violence Policy
IT Assets Acceptable Use Policy
Shareholder Engagement Policy
Related Party Transactions Policy
Labour and Human Rights Policy
Incentive Compensation Clawback Policy
Companies in the Oil and Gas industry own and manage major pieces of critical infrastructure that are vital not only to company operations but also to the nation’s economic and well-being. Upstream, midstream, and downstream operations are valuable targets for cyber threats from adversaries with a variety of motives—from personal profit to industrial espionage to economic disruption.
Cybersecurity Fact Sheet