About Goulet Trucking
Goulet Trucking has a proud history that extends over 50 years. Originally founded in Dollard Saskatchewan in 1960, Goulet has grown to provide oilfield hauling services throughout Saskatchewan and Alberta. With an operating fleet of over 100 units, Goulet provides 24-hour tank truck services, hauling clean crude oil, crude oil emulsion, fresh and produced water and blowback fluids. Goulet is well positioned to both directly, and through actively working with other Torq subsidiaries, transition equipment and resources between areas in response to customer requirements.
We value our longstanding relationships with our customers and pride ourselves on delivering superior, safe service, and maintain a culture of continuous improvement in all areas. We are committed to courteous, prompt, efficient 24-hour service, 365 days per year. Goulet has dedicated management and field personnel to provide customer focused operational execution.
Hauling Operations Begin
January 12, 1954. Tide Water Associated Oil Co. successfully drills wildcat well Leon Lake Crown 5-28-8-19 at 4,572 feet in the Leon Lake-Dollard area. Charlie G. Meadley begins operating 2 trucks in the Shaunavon District, hauling clean oil from local wells.
Saskatchewan Pipeline Completion
South Saskatchewan Pipeline Co. completes pipeline into the Southwest Saskatchewan, connecting the Cantaur field line to Regina.
Victor Goulet Acquires Trucks
Victor Goulet purchases one 1949 Chevrolet and one 1952 International truck equipped with 90-barrel tanks together with all oil contracts with Tide Water Associated Oil Co. in the Shaunavon District from Charlie G. Meadley for $4,500.
Goulet purchases first tandem trailer.
Roger and Raymond Goulet buyout their father, Victor Goulet. At the time, the assets of Goulet include one 1962 and four 1963 Chevrolet three ton trucks.
Goulet commences exclusive lease use of the Dollard clean oil terminal on the South Saskatchewan Pipeline.
South Saskatchewan Pipeline Co. announces suspension of crude shipment along the pipeline due to lack fo demand. During slowdown in oil and gas markets, Goulet diversifies into hauling machinery, gravel, farm equipment and clay.
Grand opening of Goulet shop and building in Dollard, SK, still operational to this day.
Terry Trevors and Mike Bukatka purchase Goulet. At the time the assets include 17 trucks and trailers. Terry Trevors buys out Mike Bukatka in full. Mike would go on to co-found JaCar Energy Services Inc. in Medicine Hat.
Goulet Management Loss
Terry Trevors passes away. Ray Goulet bought back to run Goulet.
Goulet Management Change
Jeanne (Trevors) Petterson takes over operations with the passing of her late husband, Terry Trevors.
Jeanne marries Mel Petterson, the owner of Petterson Trucking of Manyberries and Medicine Hat, Alberta.
February 28, 2011 - New ownership purchasesGoulet from Jeanne and Mel Petterson.