As the situation with COVID-19 continues to evolve, Imperial is taking proactive and preventative measures to protect the health and safety of our workforce and do our part to limit the spread of the novel coronavirus in the community. The company has well-established business continuity plans in place to manage impacts related to infectious disease outbreaks. Read more

Fuel Supply Truck

Keeping the supply moving

Spring wildfires in Alberta destroyed a vital link in the Northwest Territory’s supply infrastructure – a Canadian National rail bridge over the Steen River that enabled delivery of fuel to remote Northern communities. CN’s repair of this important bridge has now been completed, with financial help from Imperial Oil Limited and Suncor. In the interim, Imperial also assumed the extra cost of transporting 30 million litres of fuel to points north by truck rather than rail, and supply worked hard to meet barge-delivery schedules farther north in this delivery chain.

634 truck loads of product were moved from Edmonton to Hay River (over 1000 km)

For its involvement in keeping the fuel moving at no additional cost to customers, Imperial Oil Limited was commended by the Legislative Assembly of the Northwest Territories.

We are pleased to support this cross-industry effort for the public benefit, and to honour our commitment to remote Northern communities.

Read more about the Steen River bridge fire and the Imperial response

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