Oil, Gas & Energy Industry Associations

  • Canadian Association of Oilwell Drilling Contractors
    The Canadian Association of Oilwell Drilling Contractors is an active trade association representing drilling and service rig contractors throughout Canada. As of October 2006, the Association membership includes 47 drilling contractors, 5 offshore, 73 service rig contractors and 134 associate members.
  • Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers
    The Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers (CAPP) is the voice of the upstream oil and natural gas industry in Canada. CAPP represents 150 member companies who explore for, develop and produce more than 95 per cent of Canada’s natural gas, crude oil, oil sands and elemental sulphur.
  • Canadian Energy Pipeline Association
    The Canadian Energy Pipeline Association (CEPA) represents Canada’s transmission pipeline companies. Our members are world leaders in providing safe, reliable long-distance energy transportation. Transmission pipelines transport nearly all of Canada’s daily crude oil and natural gas production from producing regions to markets throughout Canada and the United States.
  • Canadian Gas Association
    The Canadian Gas Association is the voice of Canada ‘s natural gas delivery industry. CGA members are gas distribution companies, transmission companies, related equipment manufacturers, and other service providers involved in the delivery of natural gas in Canada and the United States.
  • Gas Processing Association Canada
    GPAC is a non-profit organization formed to promote the interaction and exchange of ideas and technology to those involved with or affected by the hydrocarbon processing industry.
  • Canadian Heavy Oil Association
    technical, educational and social forum for those employed in, or associated with, the heavy oil and oil sands industries.
  • Canadian Society of Exploration Geophysicists
    The Mandate of the Canadian Society of Exploration Geophysicists is to promote the science of geophysics, especially as it applies to exploration, and to promote fellowship and co-operation among those persons interested in geophysical prospecting.
  • Canadian Society of Petroleum Engineers
    Society of Petroleum Engineers, Canadian Section.
  • Canadian Society of Petroleum Geologists
    The Mission of the Society is to advance the science of petroleum geology, foster professional development and esprit de corps of members, and promote community awareness of the profession.
  • Canadian Well Logging Society
    The CWLS (Canadian Well Logging Society) is the oldest organizations devoted to log analysis, incorporated in Calgary, Canada in 1957. In that time the society has endeavored to produce a technical journal with a Canadian slant. The CWLS is thus an appropriate place for those interested in exploring mineral resources in the Western Canadian Sedimentary Basin, the Canadian Arctic, offshore eastern Canada and southern Ontario.
  • International Association of Drilling Contractors (US)
    Since 1940, the International Association of Drilling Contractors (IADC) has exclusively
    represented the worldwide oil and gas drilling industry. IADC has a global reach operating wherever its members operate…in Europe, the Americas, Africa, Asia, Australia and the Middle East.
  • Newfoundland Ocean Industries Association
    NOIA (Newfoundland Ocean Industries Association) is Canada’s largest offshore petroleum association. With some 450 members in Atlantic Canada and around the world, NOIA is the information hub of East Coast Canadaís oil and gas industry.
  • EPAC Canada’s Oil & Gas Entrepreneurs
    The Small Explorers and Producers Association of Canada (SEPAC) represents the unique interests of emerging and junior oil and gas companies, to the public, governments and other sectors of the energy industry. Supporting more than 450 member companies, SEPAC is a powerful voice for this segment of the energy industry.

Oil, Gas & Energy Industry Information

  • Canadian Centre for Energy Information
    Information, statistics and educational materials about Canada’s energy sector and energy-related issues.
  • Canadian Energy Research Institute
    Independent, non-profit research institute committed to excellence in the analysis of energy economics and related environmental policy issues in the producing, transportation, and consuming sectors.
  • Canadian Petroleum Interpretive Centre
    Operated by the Leduc/Devon Oilfield Historical Society, the Canadian Petroleum Interpretive Centre at the Leduc #1 Historical Site salutes the grit, determination and success of the Alberta oil patch. Indoor and outdoor exhibits reflect on its history, technology and progress. The Centre contains artifacts, photos, archives, interpretive displays and oilfield equipment all designed to give the viewing public a taste of what it is like to be part of our oil industry.
  • Energy Dialogues
    The Energy Dialogue Group is an alliance created by energy industry associations to participate in the new dialogue on energy in Canada. The Group provides an opportunity for industry to interact more effectively with the Federal/Provincial/Territorial Council of Energy Ministers (CEM). More specifically, to bring together a wide range of energy industry interests to develop and promote a broadly based, strategic perspective on energy issues of common interest and concern.
  • EnergyINet
    EnergyINet Inc. is a Canadian not-for-profit network that brings industry, researchers and governments together to help develop environmentally responsible hydrocarbon and renewable energy technologies that can provide Canadians with an abundant supply of clean energy.
  • Enform
    Enform is a merger between the Canadian Petroleum Safety Council and the Petroleum Industry Training Service. Enform is an industry-driven initiative designed to enhance the safety and training of Canadian petroleum industry workers.
  • JuneWarren-Nickle’s Energy Group
    Publishers of Oilweek, Oilweek Online, Oil & Gas Inquirer and more.
  • Nickle’s Energy Group
    Publishers of the Daily Oil Bulletin, the Canadian Oil Register, Rig Locator, Oil and Gas Statistics Quarterly, Petroleum Explorer, New Technology Magazine and more.
  • Oil Directory
    Petroleum industry employment, sales, information and links.
  • Oil & Gas Network
    Petroleum industry equipment, careers and information.
  • Petroleum Human Resources Council of Canada
    The Petroleum HR Council is a national, collaborative forum that addresses human resources issues within the upstream petroleum industry.
  • Petroleum Technology Alliance Canada
    Not-for-profit association that facilitates collaborative research and technology development to improve the financial, environmental and safety performance of the Canadian upstream conventional oil and gas industry.
  • Petroleum Technology Research Centre
    Non-profit petroleum research and development corporation focused on finding, developing and applying innovative technologies and engineering solutions for the petroleum sector.
  • Petroleum Technology Transfer Council
    Industry-directed organization created to transfer exploration and production technology to US producers.

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