Targray Refined Products
The Refined Products Division delivers bulk gasoline, diesel fuel, heating oil and other related products to commercial, industrial and retail customers in the United States and Canada through its extensive fuel delivery network.
Operating out of Calgary, Alberta, our Refined Products team is focused on addressing regional imbalances in fuel production and consumption to create value for its customers. Using a partnership-driven approach, we develop innovative commercial bulk fuel arrangements to close supply gaps, solve market inefficiencies and ensure a secure, reliable supply at an excellent price point.
Fuel Marketing and Supply
Supported by our extensive network of managed rail cars and fuel terminals, we create structured bulk fuel procurement programs to address regional imbalances in supply and demand.
Refined Products Trading
We make strategic infrastructure investments to enable efficient trading scenarios for North American buyers and suppliers of gasoline, diesel fuel, and a number of other refined products.
Supply Chain Management
Our dedicated team of supply chain professionals is committed to delivering a best-in-class customer service experience focused on reliability, convenience and fast response times.
Our Fuel Product Portfolio
The Refined Products Division supplies a broad range of high-quality fuel products from the most trusted oil companies and refineries in North America. Our innovative wholesale fuel procurement programs leverage off Targray’s global franchise and in-house expertise to create value for customers across the United States and Canada.
Commonly used as fuel for internal combustion engines, gasoline is one of the higher-valued and most ubiquitous light petroleum products on the market today. Demand for gasoline varies seasonally with the highest demand during the Northern Hemisphere summer. Summer is also when gasoline quality specifications like vapor pressure are typically the most stringent, resulting in generally higher prices in these months.
Our Refined Products team has considerable expertise surrounding gasoline supply and demand within a wide variety of industry sectors. We leverage this knowledge to create favorable bulk pricing scenarios for fuel retailers and wholesale distributors from coast to coast. Learn more.
Diesel is the second-most common fuel sold into the transportation sector, after gasoline. Primarily used in heavy-duty trucks and locomotives, Diesel fuel also has a number of off-road uses, as a fuel for construction and farm equipment and as a heating fuel (home heating oil).
Drawing on the combined experience of its Refined Products and Biodiesel teams, Targray is well-positioned to support the diesel supply needs of its wholesale customers in the North American commercial and retail sectors. Learn more.
In addition to supplying wholesale gasoline and diesel, the Refined Products Division supports customers seeking fuel supply solutions for a broad range of related petroleum products:
- Heating Oil
- Jet Fuel
- Aviation Gasoline
Bulk Fuel Solutions for Retailers and Distributors
Targray’s Refined Products Division delivers a supply advantage by harnessing the latest available supply chain technologies, leveraging market inefficiencies and being a preferred trading partner to some of North America’s most important refiners. We sell our products through a variety of marketing channels, including partner-operated retail gas stations, commercial diesel cardlocks, and commercial fuel delivery networks. Our transnational reach enables us to bring suppliers and customers together for their refined product requirements – ensuring a consistent and reliable fuel supply, always delivered on time.
We understand the complexities of today’s fuel market and use that knowledge to serve you better. Our innovative turnkey gasoline and diesel programs are designed to help retailers and distributors of all sizes gain a price advantage while becoming more operationally efficient.
Society of Independent Gasoline Marketers of America
Founded in 1958 as the Society of Independent Gasoline Marketers of America, SIGMA is the national trade association representing the most successful, progressive, and innovative fuel marketers and retailers in the U.S. and Canada. It serves to further the interests of the branded and unbranded segments of the industry while providing a range of services to its members.
National Association of Convenience Stores
The National Association of Convenience Stores (NACS) is an international trade association representing more than 3,500 members. The association serves the convenience and fuel retailing industry by providing industry knowledge, connections and advocacy to ensure the competitive viability of its members’ businesses.
American Petroleum Institute
The American Petroleum Institute (API) is a U.S.-based national trade association that represents all facets of the natural gas and oil industry, which supports 10.3 million American jobs and nearly 8 percent of the United States economy. API’s more than 600 members include large integrated companies, as well as Oil & Gas exploration and production, refining, petroleum marketing, pipeline, and marine businesses, and service and supply firms from across the country.
Canadian Independent Petroleum Marketers Association
The Canadian Independent Petroleum Marketers Association (CIPMA) is a national not-for-profit trade association for Canada’s fuel supply, distribution and marketing industry. CIPMA members are responsible for the distribution of gasoline, diesel, heating oil, propane, aviation fuel and renewable fuels across a vast geography, to diverse industries, and to millions of Canadian consumers.
Advanced Biofuels Canada
Advanced Biofuels Canada (ABFC) is a western Canada based association established to promote the blending of advanced bio-based fuels across Canada. Targray works collaboratively with ABFC members to expand market access for low-carbon fuel in Ontario, Quebec, BC, the Prairies and Atlantic Canada.
Canadian Fuels Association
The Canadian Fuels Association is the leading voice representing Canada’s transportation fuels industry. Its members are the companies who process crude oil into essential products like gasoline, diesel fuel, and heating oil and get those products to market. The Canadian transportation fuel sector contributes over $10 billion CAD to Canada’s GDP each year and employs more than 118,000 Canadians.