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|Industry||Oil refining and marketing|
|Headquarters||Montreal, Quebec, Canada|
|Key people||Ross Bayus President|
|Parent||Valero Energy Corporation|
Ultramar was a Canadian oil refining and marketing company formerly known as Golden Eagle or Aigle d'or. Its head office was in Montreal. It was a subsidiary of Valero Energy Corporation, an American company that acquired Ultramar's former parent company, Ultramar Diamond Shamrock. Since May 2013, Ultramar has been a trademark of CST Brands Inc. after it has spun off from Valero.
In 1981, Ultramar acquired Hanford, California-based Beacon Oil Company. It retained the name.
In 1996, Ultramar Corporation merged with Diamond Shamrock to form Ultramar Diamond Shamrock.
Ultramar was also active in industrial sales and wholesale supply.
It directly employed 3,600 people and indirectly employed 10,000. The refinery in Lévis produced 265,000 barrels (or 41.5 million litres) per day.