*NOVEMBER TUBING SALE*
During the month of November, we have a Tubing Sale going on based out of the Tuboscope yard in Brooks, Alberta.
Those interested can contact email@example.com for more information.
The OWA is currently conducting an RFI to review contractors whose core business model focus is on Environmental Assessment, Reclamation and Remediation services.
In addition, this RFI will be used to help the OWA understand the capabilities, expertise, value, and services of various suppliers.
Closing date: Friday, December 3rd, 2021, by 4:00pm MST.
For more information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thank you to all those that participated in our Subcontractor pilot project. Our pilot project to pre-qualify Subcontractors in the two key supply categories, Service Rigs and Downhole Tools, was a success.
We will be expanding our pre-qualification process for Subcontractors for a number of other categories in the future. Please keep an eye on our website and LinkedIn page for further details.
As part of its investment in the energy industry, the Government of Canada’s plans include a $200 million repayable loan to the OWA. The Government of Alberta has also announced a $100 million repayable loan to the OWA, in addition to a loan announced by the province in 2017 and provided over three years. Service companies interested in working for the OWA can find information in the Work With Us tab.
In addition to loans provided to the OWA, the Government of Alberta also announced the Site Rehabilitation Program, primarily funded by the federal government’s COVID-19 Economic Response Plan, which will provide up to $1 billion in funding to Alberta’s oilfield service contractors to perform well, pipeline, and oil and gas site reclamation work. The Site Rehabilitation Program is a separate program not administered by the OWA. The OWA is ineligible to apply for grant funding. Please go to alberta.ca/siterehab for further information.
The Orphan Well Association is an industry-funded collaboration among the Alberta Government, provincial regulators and oil and gas producers to work toward a common goal: protecting public safety and managing the environmental risks of oil and gas properties that do not have a legally or financially responsible party that can be held accountable. These properties are known as “orphans.” The mandate of the OWA is to safely and efficiently decommission orphan oil and gas wells, pipelines, production facilities and restore the land as close to its original state as possible.