Grande Prairie is located near what we call the Peace River Arch, an emerging resource play in northwest Alberta that focuses on the continued development of the Montney formation.
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
Every year our Race Against Hunger program raises food and funds for food banks in Alberta. Read more about 2013 Race Against Hunger results and watch here for updates on our plans for 2014.
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 energy development. Learn More
Students at Wembley Elementary and Helen E. Taylor School will receive a healthy start to their day thanks to input and start-up financing provided by Encana and the Breakfast Clubs of Canada for a new breakfast program. Students will be able to “grab and go” nutritious food and beverage choices as recommended by Canada’s Food Guide, including yogurt, milk, juices, muffins, granola bars, fruits and vegetables. Read all about it.
Learn about natural gas
Natural gas 101
Natural gas is widely recognized as one of the most versatile energy resources. Find out why.
Water protection during hydraulic fracturing
Take a closer look at how we responsibly use water in our natural gas hydraulic fracturing operations.
Don Rowan (Grande Prairie)
Community Relations Advisor