“CSUR is the only society to focus exclusively on the full breadth of unconventional resource development, and maintain a multi-disciplinary approach. In addition, its strong emphasis on improving public awareness of unconventional resource development is essential.”
Jim Reimer, Vice President, Geosciences & Technology, Painted Pony Petroleum Ltd.
“I think that CSUR is one of the few Professional Societies that caters to all technical disciplines from Geoscience to Engineering and everything in between. CSUR membership includes Operators, Service Companies, Government Agencies and Academia. My Company sees value in attending the monthly technical lunch talks and also periodic day-long topical conferences on matters important to the industry and public alike such as Montney Day and the Induced Seismicity Workshop. We have even had the opportunity to meet with Government officials at sessions set up by CSUR in their offices – just a part of their role as an objective advocate for their members.”
John Nieto, Chief Technology Officer, Canbriam Energy Inc.
“CSUR provides factual technical support, and advocates for the ‘Unconventional’ Oil and Gas Industry to; government, academia, public and Industry itself, through luncheons, workshops, seminars, publications, speaking engagements and social media.”
Roy Stadlweiser, GM of Exploration, Shell Canada Ltd
“Corporate membership provides access for all your staff to events that are only available through CSUR—two series of ongoing breakfast and lunch technical sessions, as well as a series of one-day topic-focused workshops—and unique informal opportunities for executives to meet with government leaders and officials.
CSUR is the go-to organization for factual information and networking opportunities associated with unconventional resources…we are a strong voice of accurate scientific and technical information on the development of Canada’s unconventional hydrocarbon resources.
As a CSUR Member, your staff has access to experts from other CSUR members representing all aspects of the business (not just operating companies and the service sector), including governments, academia, consulting firms, financial institutions, et al.”
George Eynon PGeo FGC FEC [hon]