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Supply & Trading

The Wholesale team supplies fuel to other marketers and retailers who purchase large quantities of fuel and who value security and diversity of supply above all else. The Supply team maintains relationships with fuel suppliers and carriers across North America, ensuring the most efficient and secure supply for our customers, always at a fair price.

Our Trading team at Elbow River Marketing, with their fleet of over 2,090 rail cars, acts as an important mid-continent supplier to Parkland's customers, as well as to an array of asphalt, fuel oil, crude, LPGs and biofuels and refined light product customers.

Elbow River

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Elbow River provides sales for all products on monthly or annual term supply contracts at a wide range of pricing alternatives from fixed prices to market differentials. Our market niche is shipping product via tank car by utilizing our large fleet of tank cars and our relationships with the railroads.

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Farstad Oil

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In January 2013 Parkland Fuel Corporation entered the United States market with the purchase of SPF Energy Inc., the parent company of Farstad Oil Inc. Farstad's fleet of over 50 transports currently serves all of North Dakota and Montana, along with large portions of Minnesota, South Dakota and Wyoming. Farstad Oil supplies and distributes approximately one billion litres of gasoline and distillates, 80 million litres of propane and 10 million litres of lubricants annually.

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Les Pétroles Parkland

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Les Pétroles Parkland, Parkland Fuel Corporation's wholesale operations in Québec, customers can pick up or take delivery of petroleum products directly from the terminals.

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Parkland Refining BC (PRBC)

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Parkland Refining BC (PRBC) produces petroleum products from Canadian oil and gas. Using the most modern refinery technology, crude and synthetic oils, condensate and butanes are transformed into up to 55,000 barrels of motor gasolines, diesel and jet fuels, asphalts, heating fuels, heavy fuel oils, butanes and propane every day and delivered to customers across British Columbia and western Canada.