Our Fort Nelson operations focus on the Horn River shales.
More than 100 participants took part in “Running Wild”, the 4th annual Fort Nelson Fun Run on September 20, hosted by the Northern Rockies Regional Recreation Department and supported by Encana. Activities for the participants aged 3 to 67 included a 5 km walk/run, a 10 km run and a half-marathon (21.1 km) as well as youth races. All races took place on the beautiful-tree lined community trail, also supported by Encana. At Encana, we are pleased to contribute to the wellbeing of communities where we live and work.
Courtesy Matters® is a company-wide program focused on being a good neighbour in the areas where we operate. We conduct our business in a way that provides social and economic benefits to the community while striving to minimize the local impacts of natural gas development. Learn More
As with other oil and gas activities pipeline projects require public consultation, landowner negotiation, environmental assessment, land use considerations and regulatory approval. Learn about how we work with landowners and find company, provincial and federal contact information. View Now
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Water protection during hydraulic fracturing
Take a closer look at how we responsibly use water in our natural gas hydraulic fracturing operations.