Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers (CAPP)

The Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers (CAPP) represents 140 member companies that explore for, develop and produce more than 97 per cent of Canada’s natural gas and crude oil.  CAPP also has 125 associate member companies that provide a wide range of services that support the upstream oil and natural gas industry.  Together, these members and associate members are an important part of a $65-billion-a-year national industry that affects the livelihoods of more than half a million Canadians.

Working closely with its members, governments, communities and stakeholders, CAPP analyzes key oil and gas issues and represents member interests nationally in 12 of Canada’s 13 provinces and territories. The association also strives to achieve consensus on industry codes of practice and operating guidelines that meet or exceed government standards. With active participation from its members, CAPP continues its commitment to be a strong voice of the oil and natural gas industry in Canada.

In addition to its head office in Calgary, CAPP also has offices located in Halifax, Nova Scotia and St. John’s Newfoundland and Labrador

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TerraPro Group of Companies

TerraPro Group is one of the leading companies providing quality access mats in Alberta. Their above industry standard access mats are used in numerous industries including mining, exploration, drilling and extraction. They are recognized as one of the largest suppliers of trusted access mats in Alberta, providing mats for energy exploration and researchers all across Canada. Their access mats are currently used in dozens of projects across Northern and Western Canada.

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Canadian Association for Renewable Energies

The Canadian Association of Renewable Energies (c.a.r.e.) was incorporated in 1998 to promote feasible applications of renewable energy in Canada.


There are three objectives of c.a.r.e.:


  • Promote greater awareness of the benefits of renewable energies to Canada’s economy, environment and society;
  • Advance the adoption of renewable energies in all sectors and in all feasible applications
  • Undertake research that will optimize renewable energy technologies.

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