Canwest Propane Industry Links


There is no news to display at this time.

Gibsons Receives $412 Million and Grants Option to Superior Plus LP to Acquire Industrial Propane Business

Calgary, Alberta (March 1, 2017) – Gibson Energy announced today that it has granted an option to Superior Plus LP, and received a non-refundable payment of $412 million in cash proceeds, all in accordance with the terms of the previously announced option purchase agreement.


Gibsons Enters Agreement to Divest its Industrial Propane Business for $412 Million

Calgary, Alberta (February 13, 2017) – Gibson Energy announced today that it has entered into an agreement to sell its Industrial Propane Business, which includes Canwest Propane, for cash consideration of $412 million to Superior Plus LP.


Doing business with us? It’s still business as usual.

See below for a list of frequently asked questions. Can’t find the answer you’re looking for? Contact your local branch manager.

Will my service be affected?

No. There will be no impact or disruption to your current service or delivery. You will continue to receive the same great service you depend on.

Do I still work with my local branch rep, sales rep, or driver?

Yes. Please continue to call your usual contact. Your local branch rep, sales rep or driver is available to assist you.

Will my pricing or agreement change?

No. Your pricing and agreement will not be affected. We are very aware that the success of the business depends on maintaining competitive pricing.

Who do I call if I have any questions?

Canwest and Stittco will continue to operate separately from Superior and there is no change to your current points of contact. Contact your local branch rep, sales rep or driver should you have any questions. We’re here to help.

Gibsons to Explore a Potential Sale of its Industrial Propane Business

Calgary, Alberta (July 20, 2016) – Gibson Energy announced a potential sale of  its Industrial Propane business, which includes Canwest.


Canwest Issues Action Notice on Non-Odourized Propane

Calgary, Alberta (October 28, 2015) – Canwest Propane Partnership ("Canwest”)

Canwest has been notified by a supplier that it has received propane that might not have the required level of propane odourant as prescribed by the Canadian Standards Association. Non-odourized propane will not affect the proper functioning of any propane appliance, but odourant is added to propane as a safety precaution so that the presence of propane can be detected by smell.  Canwest believes this product was delivered to customers in Manitoba and Saskatchewan.  The product was delivered prior to Canwest learning of this potential concern.

Canwest takes this situation very seriously. Our first priority is the safety of our customers and the general public. Canwest is now taking immediate actions to respond. 

Canwest has contacted all applicable regulatory bodies and has taken the necessary measures to enable the safety of future deliveries. As part of our response, Canwest is working diligently to contact all customers who may have received the un-odourized product and is arranging to have the product tested and odourized if necessary.

Please review this list of frequently asked questions regarding this issue.

For media inquiries please call our media line at 403-476-6334.