Jean Gaulin Refinery
165, chemin des Îles
Lévis, QC G6V 7M5
The Valero Jean Gaulin Refinery is located in Levis, Canada (near Quebec City). The refinery receives crude oil by ship at its deepwater dock on the St. Lawrence River and by pipeline and ship from western Canada. It transports its products through Valero's pipeline from Quebec City to the company's terminal in Montreal and to various other terminals through eastern Canada by rail, ships, trucks and third-party pipelines.
The Jean Gaulin Refinery produces sweet crude oils into gasoline, diesel, jet fuel, home heating oil, butane and low-sulfur fuel oil.
Lévis is the 8th largest city in Quebec, located on the south shore of the St. Lawrence River, opposite the city of Quebec. It covers 444 square kilometers.
Quebec City is the capital of Quebec province and its second largest city, with a population of over 800,000. It is known for notable architecture and tourism.
Summers are comfortable and wet, the winters are freezing and snowy, and it is partly cloudy year round.
Temperatures vary from 5°F to 78°F throughout the year. It is rarely below -12°F or above 85°F.
Valero Energy operates in Quebec, the Atlantic Provinces, Ontario and New England, and is the leading distributor of petroleum products in Quebec, meeting 70% of Quebecers' needs and approximately 40% of demand in Eastern Canada. It is the second largest refiner in the East of the country and its main assets in Quebec are the Jean Gaulin refinery in Lévis, the Pipeline Saint-Laurent and its Montreal East storage and distribution terminal. It also has several major logistics infrastructures in Eastern Canada.