Caodc Master Service Agreement

The Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers (CAPP) represents 150 companies that research, develop and produce natural gas, natural gas, crude oil, oil sands and elemental sulphur across Canada. CAPP member companies produce more than 95 per cent of Canada`s natural gas and crude oil. CAPP also has 130 associate members who provide a wide range of services that support the upstream crude oil and natural gas industry. Together, these members and associate members are an important part of a $100 billion-a-year industry that affects the livelihoods of more than half a million Canadians. Note: Use the following paragraph for ERAC-related publications. The Environmental Research Advisory Council (ERAC) was established by CAPP in the mid-1970s to launch research and technological development on environmental issues related to crude oil and natural gas production in Western Canada. Over the past 20 years, ERAC has launched dozens of objective, expertly conducted research studies led by CAPP and the Petroleum Technology Alliance Canada (PTAC). CAPP, the Association of Small Explorers and Producers of Canada (SEPAC), individual industrial companies, governments and other interest groups generate funding for these research projects. For more information on ERAC projects, visit public capp or PTAC at www.capp.ca or www.ptac.org. The Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers (CAPP) represents 130 companies that research, develop and produce natural gas, natural gas, crude oil, oil sands and elemental sulphur across Canada. CAPP member companies produce more than 95 per cent of Canada`s natural gas and crude oil. CAPP also has 150 associate members who provide a wide range of services that support the upstream crude oil and natural gas industry. Together, these members and associate members are an important part of a $120 billion-a-year industry that affects the livelihoods of more than half a million Canadians.

THE CAODC has entered into a Memorandum of Understanding (MOA) with Alberta Transportation and Saskatchewan Government Insurance (SGI). This MOA allows rig service members to apply for an authorization called the Oil and Gas Well Service Rig Permit. In strict circumstances, this authorization contains legal and regulatory provisions that allow conditional exemptions in accordance with driver`s licence requirements and annual requirements for the inspection of commercial vehicles. The Service Rig Competency Program (SRCP) helps Rig Service members provide consistent and transferable training standards across the industry and increases the number of qualified employees throughout the Rig service industry.