Greenergy, the UK’s leading supplier of gasoline and diesel, is to begin supplying diesel, gasoline and biofuel in Southwestern Ontario, in the second quarter of 2013.

Greenergy has been a successful supplier of fuel in the UK for nearly 20 years, and today supplies more than a quarter of the UK road fuel market. It is now looking to continue that success internationally, building on its existing UK, US and Brazilian operations.

Paul Bateson, chief operating officer of Greenergy’s international operations and director of Greenergy Fuels Canada, said:

“In the UK, Greenergy has achieved long-term growth by delivering what every customer ultimately wants – lowest-priced fuel combined with the highest levels of customer service, supply resilience, operational efficiency and sustainability. We intend to replicate that strategy in Canada.”

Kirby Tremblay and Mike Healey join Greenergy as joint managing directors in Canada and bring more than 30 years of combined experience in Canadian petroleum supply and marketing.

Greenergy’s first supply location in Canada will be the Vopak terminal at Hamilton, from where it will supply E10 gasoline, ULSD and Ethanol. Significant terminal improvements are being made to enhance the customer experience in this location and to allow Greenergy to supply E10 from Q2 2013.

The company intends to expand to other supply locations in Canada in due course.