1990s to 2010 - Expansion

As expansion and diversification continued, this period was characterized by milestones in infrastructure development, and a historic name change.

1990

1990

Under Gibson's leadership, Canwest Propane grows its business throughout Alberta, British Columbia and Saskatchewan.

1995

1995

Storage capacity exceeds 1 million barrels at Hardisty.

2002

2002

Gibson purchases a refinery in Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan, expands it to year-round operations and later adds paving and roofing flux asphalt and wellsite fluids to its product list.

2002

2002

Gibson Petroleum Company changes its name to Gibson Energy Ltd. and marks the occasion with a new logo.

2005

2005

Expansion begins at Gibson Energy’s Edmonton terminal. With a strategic foothold at this emerging energy hub, Gibson’s is well positioned to accept growing volumes from producers.

2008

2008

Riverstone Holdings acquires Gibson Energy from Hunting PLC. Gibsons enters into the environmental services business to complement its existing portfolio of businesses in western Canada.

2010

2010

Gibson Energy grows its North American footprint with the acquisition of a crude oil transportation, logistics, and NGL marketing business in the United States.