Member Associations

As part of its effort to proactively collaborate with industry and technical groups, Resource Energy Solutions is proud to be involved with the following associations:

  • Petroleum Technology Alliance Canada (PTAC)

    PTAC is a not-for-profit association that facilitates collaborative research and technology development to improve the financial, environmental and safety performance of the Canadian hydrocarbon energy industry. PTAC promotes industry participation in R&D and assists with securing funding from a variety of sources. PTAC also facilitates the transfer of commercial technologies from other industrial sectors for application in the hydrocarbon energy industry.

  • The Prospectors and Developers Association of Canada (PDAC)

    PDAC represents the interests of the Canadian mineral exploration and development industry. The association was established in 1932 in response to a proposed government regulation that threatened the livelihood of Ontario prospectors.

  • Association for Mineral Exploration British Columbia (AME BC)

    AME BC promotes a healthy, sustainable, and environmentally sound mineral exploration and mining sector in B.C. From humble but determined beginnings, (AME BC has grown to be one of the most respected mining organizations in North America.

  • Association de l’exploration minière du Québec (AEMQ)

    The Quebec Mineral Exploration Association is a non-profit organization that represents the different stakeholders involved in the field of mineral exploration in Quebec. The AEMQ brings together more than 1,500 individual members (prospectors, geologists, geophysicists, brokers, tax experts) from more than 180 companies (junior and major exploration companies, engineering firms specializing in geology, geophysics, diamond drilling contractors).

  • Petroleum Services Association of Canada (PSAC)

    PSAC is the national trade association representing the service, supply and manufacturing sectors within the upstream petroleum industry. PSAC represents a diverse range of over 250 member companies, employing more than 58,000 people and contracting almost exclusively to oil and gas exploration and production companies.

  • Small Explorers and Producers Association of Canada (SEPAC)

    SEPAC represents the unique interests of emerging and junior oil and gas companies to the public, governments, and other sectors of the energy industry. Supporting more than 450 member companies, SEPAC is a powerful voice for this segment of the energy industry.

  • Canadian Association of Drilling Engineers (CADE)

    CADE's mandate is to provide high-quality technical meetings to promote awareness of the drilling and well-servicing industry. Through CADE, members and the public can learn about the technical challenges and experience gained from our speakers, who are most often CADE members themselves. We invite you to join CADE and further your professional development.

  • Calgary Technologies Inc. (CTI)

    CTI works with entrepreneurs to help them accelerate the success of their technology companies, and looks for opportunities to help businesses make connections within the sector. Established in 1981 as a joint partnership with the City of Calgary, the Calgary Chamber of Commerce, and the University of Calgary, CTI is a not-for-profit organization and offers a suite of programs, services, and resources for business commercialization and incubation.

  • Association for Corporate Growth® (ACG)

    Founded in 1954, ACG is a global association for professionals involved in corporate growth, corporate development, and mergers and acquisitions. Today, ACG stands at more than 14,000 members from corporations, private equity, finance, and professional service firms representing Fortune 500, Fortune 1000, FTSE 100, and mid-market companies in more than 50 chapters in North America and Europe. For more information, please visit http://www.acg.org/.

  • Calgary Council for Advanced Technology (CCAT)

    Founded in 1983, CCAT provides a forum to enhance technology awareness, business development, and networking for the advanced technology community. CCAT is committed to maintaining an environment that enables the advanced technology community to thrive and prosper.

  • Calgary Chamber of Commerce

    The Calgary Chamber of Commerce has adapted well to the fast-paced environment that dominates our daily lives, and it strives to meet the needs and wants of its members. It offers numerous value-added programs that serve both small and large businesses. It offers superior speakers from the major sectors within the economy. Major events, such as International Business Series, Aboriginal Awareness Series, and Small Business Week, enable the Chamber to work with business and the community as a whole.

  • Professional Petroleum Data Management (PPDM) Association

    Bringing world-wide industry experts together in a round-table approach to engineer a business-driven data model, PPDM ensures that the model will meet today's and tomorrow's needs. With existing computing infrastructure and data, this model becomes the foundation positioning companies to move aggressively towards the future, embracing new technologies and business strategies.

  • Canadian Association of Mining Equipment and Services for Export (CAMESE)

    CAMESE is a national, sectoral export trade association. It exists to support Canadian mining suppliers in global marketing and to assist foreign buyers in finding Canadian sources for mining equipment and services.