The Dartmouth refinery, located in Nova Scotia, began production in 1918 to meet the demands of the Allied navies and Atlantic convoys in the First World War.
The refinery produces a wide range of petroleum products, including gasoline, aviation fuel, diesel, home heating fuel, marine fuel, heavy fuel oil and asphalt. Most of these products are sold to customers in the Atlantic provinces and Eastern Quebec through a network of agents and distributors.
Number of employees: Approximately 200
Daily capacity: 88,000 barrels of crude oil