The company’s operations can be divided into three broad segments - infrastructure (5% of 2018 revenue), logistics (1%), and wholesale (94%). Though the wholesale business is Gibson’s largest segment by revenue, its infrastructure business accounts for nearly 60% of total profits. Gibson Energy operates nearly 14 million barrels of storage and over 500 km of crude pipelines.
Gibson Energy’s operations are focused around its core assets which include Hardisty and Edmonton terminals, the Moose Jaw Facility and a large network of pipelines in the U.S. Strategically located assets and a large marketing network are Gibson’s key competitive advantages.