Devon Canada Corporation is the Canadian operating subsidiary of Devon Energy Corporation of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. The company’s portfolio of natural gas and oil properties provides stable, environmentally responsible production and a strong platform for future growth. Devon Canada’s production mix is about 52 percent natural gas and 48 percent oil and natural gas liquids. The company produces approximately 190,000 barrels of oil per day equivalent (boed) before royalties and represents one quarter of Devon Energy’s total production.
ENTREC is a leading provider of heavy lift and heavy haul services with offerings encompassing crane services, heavy haul transportation, engineering, logistics and support. ENTREC provides these services to the oil and natural gas, construction, petrochemical, mining and power generation industries. The common shares of ENTREC trade on the TSX Venture Exchange under the trading symbol “ENT”.
Mammoet helps clients improve construction efficiency and optimize uptime of plants and installations. For that purpose we provide solutions for lifting, transporting, installing and decommissioning large and heavy structures. Our services are focused on the petrochemical and mining industries, civil engineering, power generation and offshore projects. The logistic challenges in these industries are growing daily. Factors such as remote locations, harsh climates and a strong emphasis on the environment are constantly driving us towards smarter and safer solutions. Services available in western Canada; engineered lifting and transportation services, lifting, transportation and installation of modular constructions, factory-to-foundation projects, plant turnaround logistics.
CEDA International Corporation is one of the largest providers of industrial maintenance, turnaround and construction services in North America. With more than 2,200 talented and passionate employees, CEDA is committed to delivering world class service through innovative technologies, equipment and processes, safely, every time. CEDA is comprised of several subsidiary companies and has 30 offices throughout North America.
Access Pipeline Inc. (“Access”) is owned by Devon NEC Corporation and MEG Energy Corp., each with an undivided 50% working interest. Access Pipeline recognizes long term business interests are well served by establishing positive relationships with stakeholders, respecting our neighbours in the communities along our pipeline system. Access is committed to responsible management practices that provide a healthy and safe workplace for our employees and contractors, and that safeguard the public while protecting the environment in which we work.
In 1966, Shaw Communications Inc. was incorporated under the name Capital Cable Television. Five years later, under the leadership of JR Shaw, we made our first cable connection in Sherwood Park, Alberta. Today, we proudly serve 3.4 million customers, including 1.8 million Shaw Internet subscribers and over one million home phone customers. Since our beginnings as a cable company in Edmonton, we have expanded our network and our product and service offerings to continue to create exceptional experiences for our customers.
The Alberta Motor Association is a membership organization with 925,000 members. Since 1926, AMA has provided an extensive and superior range of products and services promoting quality service, safety and protection for the members’ peace of mind. AMA is the province’s leading advocate for motoring and related consumer issues and the premier supplier of automotive and other travel services.
Willbros Canada is a global leader in construction, maintenance and fabrication serving the oil, gas, power, petrochemical and heavy oil industries. Willbros provides creative and responsive solutions to the technical challenges set by many clients in the domestic and international marketplace. Our state of heart facilities in Alberta provide energy industry clients with cost effective solutions for their project needs.
Suncor Energy is Canada’s premier integrated energy company. Suncor’s operations include oil sands development and upgrading, conventional and offshore oil and gas production, petroleum refining, and product marketing under the Petro-Canada brand. While working to responsibly develop petroleum resources, Suncor is also developing a growing renewable energy portfolio.
Regional Municipality of Wood Buffalo
Alberta’s Regional Municipality of Wood Buffalo is one of the fastest growing municipalities in Canada. It’s also the biggest at 68,454 square km. Over 100,000 residents take pride in Wood Buffalo’s vast boreal forest, beautiful rivers and natural resource potential – most notably, the Athabasca oil sand reserves, second-largest in the world.
The Alberta Construction and Safety Association
The Alberta Construction Safety Association is a non-profit organization funded and directed by industry. It provides occupational health and safety training throughout Alberta by addressing regional health and safety issues and initiatives through its 8 Regional Safety Committees. These committees are committed to helping employers and workers reduce workplace injury through the Certificate of Recognition (COR) program for ACSA members and associate members in Alberta.
Construction Labour Relations Association
Since 1970, CLR-A has served as an employers’ association representing construction companies in collective bargaining with the Building Trades Unions, collective agreement administration, labour law matters, and joint initiatives with other industry stakeholders. We deliver comprehensive programs to foster safe, healthy and productive workplaces in the construction industry, including the Construction Employee and Family Assistance Program, Rapid Site Access Program, Audiometric Testing program, and leading edge training for supervisors and managers. We support and invest in Construction Best Practices. We have offices in Edmonton and Calgary. For more information, see www.clra.org.
ConocoPhillips Canada (CPC) is one of the country’s largest oil and natural gas production and exploration companies. Headquartered in Calgary, Alberta, we are one Canada’s top three producers of natural gas with a world-class portfolio including assets in western Canada, the Arctic, Atlantic Canada and oil sands interests near Fort McMurray, Alberta.
Enbridge is a North American leader in delivering energy to people. With more than 60 years of operations, the safety of the communities in which we operate, the lands our pipelines traverse, and the people who live and work along our our system remains our highest priority. Each year, we invest in these communities, including those in the Athabasca region, delivering on our promise to help make them better places to live. Enbridge is a proud sponsor of the Coalition for a Safer 63 & 881.
Nexen is an upstream oil and gas company responsibly developing energy resources in the UK North Sea, offshore West Africa, the United States and Western Canada. A wholly owned subsidiary of CNOOC Limited, Nexen has three principal businesses: conventional oil and gas, oil sands, and shale gas.
Cenovus Energy is a Canadian Oil company that uses fresh, progressive thinking to help unlock the world’s energy resources in a safe, responsible manner. Our operations include oil sands projects that use specialized drilling methods in northern Alberta, and established natural gas production in Alberta and Saskatchewan. We also have 50 per cent ownership in two U.S refineries. Cenovus shares trade under the symbol CVE, which is listed on the Toronto and New York stock exchanges.
Join the Coalition
As employers and members of this community, we all have stakes in the safety of Highway 63 and Highway 881. Join the Coalition and you can help ensure our families, colleagues and contractors always make it home safe.
We offer three membership tiers, and your level of contribution is up to you. For additional information on becoming a member, contact:
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