Our Partners

At Borealis Fuels & Logistics Ltd., we take pride in our role as a leading North American company dedicated to the distribution and retail of propane (LPG). Our commitment extends beyond mere transactions; we strive to establish meaningful partnerships with key players in the propane industry to ensure the delivery of cost-efficient and dependable propane solutions to our diverse clientele. As we embark on this journey, we recognize the invaluable contributions of our esteemed partners who share our vision for excellence and reliability. Learn more about our partners and reach out to our propane supplier today!

Whitehorse, Yukon

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Whitehorse Branch - Jeff Murdoch, Area Manager

Jeff brings more than 20 years of experience in the transportation industry, including 4 years in propane, servicing clients in the Oil and Gas, Utilities, Mining, Agriculture, and Government sectors throughout northern and western Canada. His background includes complex project management, including an 18-month undertaking for the Vancouver 2010 Olympics, and significant work with ASRD on wildfire and flood response throughout BC, AB and NT. Having lived and worked in the north for most of his life, Jeff has an understanding and appreciation for the challenges as well as the opportunities it presents and prides himself on finding local solutions to local problems.


Whitehorse Branch - Ryan Knight, Service Manager

Ryan Knight is a born and raised Yukoner who started in the pipe trades industry at the Yukon College in 2006, successfully completing the “Pre Employment Pipe Trades Program”.

He completed his apprenticeship, on-site training, in the Yukon and was first licensed as a B Class Gas Fitter. Shortly there-after he completed his A Class Gas Fitter License. Ryan participated in the A Class Gas Fitter Red Seal Exam Item Bank in 2016, creating questions and answers for the first A Class Gas Fitter Exam being offered in Canada.

Ryan has been an active Remedial Measures advisor for Emergency Response Assistance Canada (ERAC) and a Canadian Propane Association (CPA) Propane Training Institute (PTI) certified Trainer since 2014. Ryan’s work experience in the Yukon covers everything from remote light and heavy duty industrial sites, fly in camps, commercial buildings, time in the communities, and work in residential settings, creating solutions, completing installations, troubleshooting problems, responding to emergency callouts, also completing annual service and maintenance to vapor and liquid propane systems. He has also designed and assembled large propane bulk storage facilities and assists with propane specific maintenance on local bulk delivery trucks.

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Whitehorse Branch - Luc Gauvin, Logistics Manager

Luc Gauvin has more than 30 years experience in the propane industry in the Yukon!! "The Propane Guy" as some call him, has committed his career to this industry and servicing his customers in the North. Luc brings the experience and the peace of mind to our customers that they will always have fuel and service.

Luc raised his family of 3 daughters in the Yukon and continues to be an active participant in the community.

Invermere, British Columbia


Invermere Branch - Chad Charette, Area Manager

Chad has more than eight years of experience in propane sales and delivery. He is well known for his focus on customer service and his honest, approachable style.

He started his career in the forest industry building logging roads in his family business. He spent 15 years working in the retail hardware industry where he built many strong customer relationships.

Born in Invermere, Chad grew up in the Columbia Valley where he still lives with his family.

Central Alberta

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Central Alberta - Scott Grieco, Area Manager

After graduating with my Management degree from the University of Lethbridge in 2003, my wife Renee and I moved up to Dawson Creek, British Columbia, where I spent three years as an Account Manager for a large propane supplier. My territory included Fort St. John, Fort Nelson all the way up to Liard Hot Springs.

In order to continue expanding my experience in the propane industry, in 2006, I started a new role in Calgary for another large propane supplier as a Sales and Development Representative selling propane solutions to Oil and Gas Companies. In 2007, I was promoted to Branch Manager for SE Sask, Southern Alberta, and East Kootenay. This was a great opportunity for me to learn the operations side of the business. After having our two boys, Dominic (now 16) and Matteo (now 13), I decided to take on a smaller territory (Lethbridge, Brooks, and Medicine Hat). For the next nine years, I continued my career working in the public sector, namely Transit. I started as the Maintenance Manager and soon moved into the Operations Manager role, where I had the opportunity to upgrade my education with ‘Meeting the Leadership Challenge’ at UBC and then moved into a senior leadership role as the Director of Operations for the Town of Olds. Some of the strengths that I bring to my work include a high degree of motivation, integrity, the ability to contribute to a team environment, strategic business analysis, and, most importantly, relationship management.

Grande Prairie, Alberta

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Northern Valor Petroleum

Northern Valor Petroleum is proudly owned and operated by Grande Prairie grown families. They are a new and innovative propane service and distribution company striving to set new standards of excellence in the petroleum industry. Their priority is to provide quality service, while fostering solid, long-lasting relationships with clients.

Brent Richards and Raymond Moskalyk are the company founders. They have a vast background in the Alberta Oil and Gas Industry. Together, they bring a wealth of knowledge and an adaptable skillset to Northern Valor Petroleum. Dalas Smith has joined the team, heading business development. Dalas has strong communication skills and an innovative approach that will be pertinent to everyday operations. Hard work and dedication are the foundation of Northern Valor Petroleum.

They are from the North, working for the North.



“We’re offering competitive rates and a guaranteed fuel supply, thanks to a brand new storage tank in the Fuel Yukon yard,” says Ben Tobber, President of Borealis Fuels & Logistics. “Customers can check their tank volumes, request service and manage their account, all from their smartphone or computer. We’ll also monitor your tank volumes, so you’ll never have to worry about running out of propane. Just set your account to autofill and we’ll take care of the rest.”

Borealis Fuels & Logistics is a Canadian Certified Aboriginal Business, and is serious about investing in the communities they serve.

Petroleum Companies: Diversifying and Strengthening Our Network

Expanding our reach and capabilities, we have forged partnerships with reputable petroleum companies. These collaborations not only contribute to the diversification of our offerings but also strengthen our network within the energy sector. By aligning with established petroleum companies, we gain access to additional resources, expertise, and technological advancements, allowing us to continually innovate and enhance our propane solutions.

At Borealis Fuels & Logistics Ltd., we attribute our success to the strength of our partnerships. Local propane producers, area managers, service managers, logistics managers, and petroleum companies form a cohesive network that ensures the seamless delivery of propane solutions to our valued customers. Our commitment to reliability, efficiency, and customer satisfaction is echoed in every facet of these collaborations. As we continue to grow and evolve, we look forward to deepening these alliances, forging new connections, and collectively shaping the future of the propane industry. Together, with our partners, we are not just suppliers; we are collaborators, dedicated to providing the best propane solutions for the diverse energy needs of our clientele. Get in touch with our propane supplier today!

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