Rob Dockery, pipeline-welding instructor for Local 46 in Toronto, is taking accomplished welders and bringing them up to the next level where they are among the elite.
Canada’s oil sands industry will provide a secure source of energy, reduce its impact on the environment and
provide economic benefits to society while developing this globally significant resource.
Canadian Natural Gas is a foundational element in the future energy supply mix. CAPP advocates for a diverse
energy supply mix and the use of the right fuel in the right place at the right time.
A vital engine of Newfoundland and Labrador’s growing economic prosperity, the offshore oil and gas industry
is primarily driven by the expertise of the local workforce.
It’s our goal at CAPP to be a positive force in elevating the level of discussion on energy with the firm
belief that educated energy customers, and policy makers, make good choices.
Energy Citizens advocate for Canada's Oil and Natural Gas industry by spreading the word about the positive
role energy plays in our lives every day, and what it means to our communities.
The Responsible Canadian Energy™ Program represents a collective commitment by CAPP’s member companies to continuously improve, measure and report performance in the areas of people, air, water and land, and engage collaboratively with the communities in which industry works.
September 18, 2014Tim McMillan to become president of CAPP
September 3, 2014Nova Scotia govt.’s decision may result in missed opportunity
September 19, 2014Nova Scotia should revisit fracking ban (The Chronicle Herald op-ed)
August 28, 2014Opinion: DiCaprio casts himself as carbon crusader (Calgary Herald op-ed)
Canada's oil sands producers have formed a new alliance, Canada's Oil Sands Innovation Alliance (COSIA), focused on accelerating the pace of improving environmental performance in Canada's oil sands. Learn more at www.cosia.ca.
CAPP Media Contacts
The Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers (CAPP) is the voice of Canada's upstream oil, oil sands and natural gas industry. Read more