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

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Sarnia Product Pipeline replacement update  

In our last issue we shared information about the planned replacement of our Sarnia Products Pipeline. The pipeline is important infrastructure that allows Imperial to provide products used by households and businesses across the Greater Toronto and Hamilton area, including a large percentage of the jet fuel used at Pearson International Airport.

Since the last issue, Imperial has submitted a Leave to Construct application to the Ontario Energy Board. This includes a thorough assessment of the project’s environmental effects and engagement with landowners, communities and indigenous groups. This application and supporting materials can be accessed on the OEB’s application page.

The key milestones and opportunities for participation in the Leave to Construct process include:

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    Supply reliability

    We strive to bring you the product you need, when you need it and where you need it. Learn about how we maintain product integrity and find your closest terminal in our extensive network.

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    Fuelling fleet operational efficiency: Proper diesel storage

    Diesel fuel storage isn’t always top of mind for fleets, but improper storage can cause big problems. Preventing these common issues can save your fleet money and keep your trucks on the road.