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17th Biennial

June 7-8, 2017

Saskatchewan OIL & GAS

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Saskatchewan strong The right geology, regulatory environment and technology advances help the province’s oil and gas industry weather the downturn and come out ready to grow By Pat Roche and Carter Haydu


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Dustin Duncan, Minister of Energy and Resources Del Mondor, Chair

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Making it work Waterflood technology advances in Saskatchewan tight oil plays By Elsie Ross

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Heating up Thermal recovery keeps Saskatchewan heavy oil alive through downturn By Deborah Jaremko

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WELCOME

A WARM WELCOME FROM...

DUSTIN DUNCAN

Minister of Energy and Resources

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ince 1984, the biennial Saskatchewan Oil and Gas Show has been showcasing the talent, technology and people that are so integral to our provincial oil and gas industry and, in turn, our economy. I’m pleased to welcome these participants and attendees to Weyburn and to the 2017 edition of an event that is now an industry tradition here in Saskatchewan. When 65–70 per cent of Saskatchewan’s oil production is exported to the U.S., it’s no secret that the security of the North American energy market includes continued progress in the development and marketing of Saskatchewan’s energy resources. As the second largest producer in Canada, we have significant and solid opportunities for investment. And the world knows it: we’re the fourth most attractive jurisdiction on earth for petroleum investment, according to the Fraser Institute’s 2016 global survey of international industry executives and managers, up from seventh place the year before. The survey, in referring to Saskatchewan’s investment climate, calls keeping our royalty rates and taxation unchanged even in a lowprice environment “exemplary policy.” This approach creates low-risk opportunities here for the industry, and we are working to help enable that continued growth and investment. However, we can thank the tough, entrepreneurial people and businesses you will see at the show here in Weyburn for much of this success. Congratulations, and thank you, to the Oil and Gas Show board and the many volunteers who bring this event to life, and best wishes for a successful 2017 show.

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WELCOME

The Team Welcome to the 2017 Saskatchewan Oil and Gas Show DEL MONDOR

Chair

RON BARTLETT

Vice-chair

TANYA HULBERT

Show manager

I want to take this opportunity to welcome all visitors, exhibitors, delegates, volunteers and award winners to this year’s show. During this first part of June, the City of Weyburn and southeastern Saskatchewan opens its arms to all that have come from near and far. It is our pleasure to provide this networking opportunity to show what is new, conduct business and meet up with old and new friends. Our 32-member board is here to assist in any way we can to ensure this is a great experience for you and your business. We have been working towards these two days in June since the last show, and it is our pleasure to serve you, our customer. To say the last two or more years have been a challenge in our industry is an understatement. However, with courage, positivity, innovation and hard work, we are making competitive moves and will persevere through it all. The 2017 Saskatchewan Oil and Gas Show is all about looking ahead. We hope you enjoy this opportunity to showcase what you have and what you can do. So let us venture out, discuss, mingle and work together to ensure success at this year’s show. Be safe, have fun, look up and look onward.

Del Mondor Chair

Back row (left to right): Trevor Sealy, Bill Pittman, Kim Brady, Todd Bedore, Nikki Dickie, Shane Pollock, Dylan Gilliss, Darren Woodard, Mark Schneider, Trevor Pandachuk. Front row (left to right): Dan Cugnet, Laurence Woodard, Don Sealy, Del Mondor (chair), Tanya Hulbert (show manager), Ron Bartlett (vice-chair), Tyler Tollefson, Darcy Cretin, Larry Heggs.

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The right geology, regulatory environment and technology advances help the province’s oil and gas industry weather the downturn and come out ready to grow By Pat Roche and Carter Haydu

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he western Canadian oil and gas industry has taken it on the chin since global oil prices collapsed in late 2014. Capital spending on conventional oil and gas development fell from a peak of $43 billion in 2014 to $21 billion in 2016. The well count has followed a similar decline, from 11,226 wells rig released in 2014 to 3,562 wells in 2016.

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STRONG While Saskatchewan was hit hard by the decline in investment and activity, it fared a little better than its neighbour to the west. The well count declined by around 70 per cent in Alberta from 2014 to 2017, while Saskatchewan saw a decline of 55 per cent. There are a number of reasons for Saskatchewan faring better than Alberta as prices dropped from highs of around

US$100/bbl in 2014 to lows of $26/bbl in early to 2015 before recovering to jump around $50/bbl as 2017 began to unfold. The first is geology, according to industry analysts at Scotia Waterous. A study by the investment house released in late 2016 shows six Saskatchewan oil plays are in the top 10 in Canada and the U.S. when ranked by profit/investment ratio.

When Scotia Waterous compared 55 U.S. and Canadian oil plays, Frobisher-Alida oil ranked second by profit/investment ratio and the Ratcliffe Play ranked third. Viewfield Bakken oil, Upper Shaunavon oil and Viking oil ranked sixth, seventh and eighth, respectively. Midale oil had the 10th best profit/ investment ratio of the 55 plays. All six plays break-even at a WTI oil price of US$40/bbl and some break-even at US$35, says Patricia Mroch, associate director with Scotia Waterous in Calgary. The low break-evens are also among the best in North America, as are the payback periods, Mroch told a Canadian Society for Unconventional Resources (CSUR) Saskatchewan conference. All of these plays are relatively shallow and cheap to drill compared to some of the deep shale plays, Mroch told the Calgary conference. She noted that it obviously helps that all six are oil plays. The two top-ranking Saskatchewan oil plays on the list—the Frobisher and the Ratcliffe—are conventional Mississippian plays that don’t require fracture stimulation, Mroch said. “So they’re high quality. You have enough permeability and porosity that fracturing them actually doesn’t benefit you.” In her presentation, Mroch noted Mississippian activity last year was strong across the entire trend in southeastern Saskatchewan—indicative of favourable economics even at oil prices below US$50/bbl. She noted production from the Mississippian wells is stable with “very low” declines. All six plays are being drilled horizontally, but fracturing is occurring as operators move into tighter parts of plays such as the Midale, Mroch said. Scotia Waterous reported activity has been “very strong” in the Bakken-Torquay Field with Crescent Point responsible for about 85 per cent of 2015 wells and about 95 per cent of 2016 wells. Bakken production has declined with reduced spending in the past 18 months while the smaller Torquay tight oil play has been growing as the economics are slightly stronger, according to Scotia Waterous.

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SA S K ATC H E WA N BY T H E N U M B E R S LAND SALES 2014

2015 $988.15

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200,243

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$425.09

$478.73

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$53,493,113.50

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“The reason people are still drilling in Saskatchewan is because those plays are still economic, and because it’s a stable environment politically,” Mroch said. “People aren’t worried about the royalty regime changing like it has in Alberta. And in Alberta there are new carbon levies coming in. So there is some concern about how that’s going to affect the Alberta economics.” Merger and acquisition activity has been strong in Saskatchewan compared to the rest of Canada, indicating the province is attractive to investors, she said. Along with being cheap to drill, these plays can also be profitably produced at low oil prices.

Government optimistic on 2017 Cold heavy oil activity has dropped off the map as oil prices declined, according to Saskatchewan Minister of Energy and Resources Dustin Duncan. Duncan notes Saskatchewan’s thermal heavy oil production is rising, but he says the big activity driver is light oil, where companies have achieved strong results. “And that’s where we’ve really seen the bulk of our investment over the last number of years.” As an example, the minister cites Crescent Point, which had capital spending of $1.6 billion (excluding acquisitions) last year, mostly in Saskatchewan. “And what I think is even more positive for the province is once we start to see prices rising beyond $50/bbl, companies are maybe going to be looking to invest some more,” Duncan says, adding, “I think Saskatchewan is well positioned for when that increased capital investment starts to come.” Raging River, which is focused exclusively on Viking light oil, mainly in Saskatchewan, has grown production to 20,000 boe/d (93 per cent oil) from about 2,000 boe/d in 2012. Raging River chief executive officer Neil Roszell, a Saskatchewan native whose two predecessor companies were also active in unconventional resource development, says the province has encouraged investment by maintaining a stable royalty regime. Fiscal and regulatory stability “have been critical to our success. It comes back to our ability to access capital,” Roszell told the CSUR conference. But the benefits of doing business in Saskatchewan are about more than royalties, says Ed Dancsok, the assistant deputy minister and senior strategic lead for petroleum and natural gas development in the ministry of the economy. It is about the province’s operating conditions, which includes such things as a well-educated workforce and collaborative culture that understands the value of the resource sector. “It is about the low-cost drilling opportunities we have. Most of the province is farmland to the east. It is easily accessible, good infrastructure, good support regulatory-wise from the government and it is also about the fiscal regime we offer industry—­drilling incentives for horizontal wells, incentives for EOR [enhanced oil

recovery], as well as the regulatory framework that just allows for an ease of operations in Saskatchewan. All of those factors put together means that as we are coming out of this downturn, companies are going to be profitable in Saskatchewan before other jurisdictions in Canada and in North America.”

R&D efforts position Saskatchewan for the future Dancsok adds that the province continues investing in the future of the industry through its research and development partnerships with industry. Encouraging research, development and demonstration of new technologies for increased resource recovery, as well as for reduced environmental impacts, the Saskatchewan Petroleum Research Incentive (SPRI) is a royalty incentive that demonstrates where the province is going in the future, says Dancsok. “We have 43 approved projects, $173 million-plus in eligible expenses and we have rolled out $46 million in credits,” he explains. “SPRI was developed in 1998 to encourage companies to field test recovery technologies on a pilot scale. This is for technology new to Saskatchewan. What we are trying to do is bring that technology to Saskatchewan, have it set up and revised for [EOR] projects, but not the full-scale projects. What it does do is help prove the technology, and it helps offset the costs of proving that technology.” According to Dancsok, SPRI is not a grant program. Rather, it allows up to a 30 per cent credit against royalties payable. To participate, a company must already be paying royalties. If a project qualifies, then the company can use up to 30 per cent of the project costs as a credit against royalties it pays elsewhere in the province. He says, “So you could be doing a project at Cactus Lake, but you could apply it against royalties you paid for oil produced in Alameda.” On the topic of EOR green technology, the deputy minister notes SaskPower’s Boundary Dam carbon capture and storage (CCS) project at an Estevan commercial-scale coal-fired power generation plant. Launched in October 2014, the project not only captures and stores CO2, but also uses it as a resource in the oilfield. Currently operating at 80 per cent efficiency, it was expected to capture 800,000 tonnes of CO2 in 2016. “We use that CO2 to enhance the recovery of oil from our nearby oilfields—namely Weyburn and Midale,” says Dancsok. There are two commercial CO2 EOR projects in southeastern Saskatchewan using the CCS asset, including the Cenovus Energy project in the Weyburn field for 200 million barrels of incremental production and the ultimate storage of 55 million tonnes of CO2 (21 million tonnes of CO2 to date). Apache Canada’s incremental production from the Midale field is 67 million barrels and the storage of 8.5 million tonnes of CO2. Dancsok adds, “In Saskatchewan, it is about technology answering our emissions issues, and this is just the start of much more that we see coming out of Saskatchewan.”

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making it Waterflood technology advances in Saskatchewan tight oil plays By Elsie Ross

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he horizontal drilling and multi­ stage fracture stimulation revolution has opened up billions of barrels of resources in Saskatchewan to development. But the technology comes with one big downside—decline rates. Decline rates on individual wells in the Bakken and Shaunavon plays can reach as high as 85 per cent in the first year, according to the Saskatchewan Research Council (SRC). Viking declines are in the 60–70 per cent range during the same time period. This means operators ran a treadmill drilling new wells to manage corporate declines and add production. Efforts are under way in all these plays to stem these decline rates, allowing for more stable growth and reserve recovery through improved waterflood technologies. A new technology that Crescent Point Energy is developing in Saskatchewan could potentially enable the company to maintain a steady annual decline rate even as it continues to grow, says a company official. “If this technology works the way we think it is going to work, it’s not out of reach to have a 26–28 per cent decline rate that is holding in relatively steady even as we are growing at five to 10 per cent production, even with higher activity levels,” Trent Stangl, former senior vice-president of investor relations and communications, told a recent CIBC investment conference. The company “is not going back up to those 31 per cent to 32 per cent declines.” Crescent Point has calculated that a reduction in the decline rate to 28 per cent from 35 per cent saved the company about $250 million, all other things being equal. “So it’s pretty significant.”

Three or four years ago, the decline rate would have been 35 per cent and this year with the incremental capital, it will be 28 per cent, he said. The drop, though, isn’t due entirely to the waterflood. There also has been reduced activity, Stangl said, noting that at its peak, Crescent Point was running 29 rigs compared to 20–22 rigs for much of last year. “But it’s not like there is a massive drop in activity levels,” said Stangl. “There certainly is a good component of that reduction in the waterflood.” With the new technology, the company is able to put tools downhole to control the amount of water that is going into each of the ports. “It’s almost like a soaker hose for your lawn where you have the even distribution across the laterals.” In the first couple of wells that it has done, Crescent Point has been able to get three times as much water into the wells, which is improving the reservoir pressure more quickly and is accelerating the response with production from the offset producer well actually going up after six months, he said. “If we can prove this up with incremental wells, those same kind of results, that

will have a dramatic effect on our waterflood,” said Stangl. “It will increase the response time, which will improve the economics.” The company, he said, has about 300 wells currently injecting water into the Bakken and Shaunavon plays. By the end of the first quarter of 2017, it expected to put the new system in 45 of those wells so that by the second and third quarters of this year, Crescent Point will have a good idea of the response. “If that all works the way we think it is, we are going to have another 250 existing injection wells that we can convert.” Stangl noted that in addition to the cost of the injection for the waterflood, there also is the cost of shutting in a producer well producing 10 bbls/d or 20 bbls/d in order to convert it to an injection well. “In the past, we have shut in 2,000–3,000 bbls/d every year to accelerate the waterflood.” In the future, Crescent Point has another 250 wells it could do before it needs to shut in any more producers. “By that time, you’ll have that much more decline suppression, improving the economics.” With the existing waterfloods, the decline rate on primary production has declined to 20 per cent from 30 per cent 11


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and in the Shaunavon Play, the decline rate is 14 per cent from 28 per cent. In the Bakken, the recovery factor is expected to improve to more than 30 per cent from 17–19 per cent.

New Viking waterflood shows promise Although it’s early days, water injection into the Viking Formation in Saskatchewan seems to be working well for Raging River Exploration, which expects better recovery factors than achieved by earlier waterfloods in the same formation. That was the message Jesse Barlow, Raging River’s vice-president of engineering, delivered recently at a joint Petroleum Technology Alliance of Canada (PTAC)-SRC workshop on light tight oil innovation.

“It will increase the response time, which will improve the economics.” — Jesse Barlow, vice-president of engineering, Raging River

To get better results than the old Viking waterfloods, Raging River uses saline-source water, better injector/producer ratios, tighter injector/producer spacing and higher-­ productivity multi-frac horizontal wells.

First waterflood reserves Raging River is focused entirely on the Dodsland Viking light tight oil play in westcentral Saskatchewan. According to the January 2017 presentation on its website, the company is spending $35 million in waterflood capital this year. The Saskatchewan-focused producer hopes to gradually reduce its production decline rate to 17 per cent in 2026 from a projected 38 per cent this year. In its reserves and operations update, Raging River said waterflood execution

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continues to be a priority in the first quarter with an estimated $20 million being spent on facilities. The company’s first waterflood reserves were recorded in 2016 by its independent reserves evaluator, Sproule Associates, with about 700,000 barrels of oil being booked attributable to the ongoing waterfloods. During the question period after his presentation at the PTAC-SRC workshop, Barlow said jokingly, “We want everyone in this room to implement as many waterfloods as possible so there’s lots of examples of successful waterfloods for the evaluators.” He said evaluators like to see a bit more production history than Raging River currently has before booking a lot of reserves attributable to waterflooding. Barlow discussed the primary causes of old waterflood failures in the Viking and what Raging River is doing to avoid those pitfalls. One cause of past failure was the use of fresh-source water. He said the Viking has swelling clays, which makes fresh water extremely damaging to the formation. Another cause of past failures was the use of too few water-injection wells. “We look at some of these old historic waterfloods and they’re on three-to-one producer-to-injector ratios,” Barlow said. “That just doesn’t work—you don’t have enough injectivity into a single well to make that work.” So what happened historically was operators would try to compensate for too few injection wells by injecting at too high a pressure. Excessive spacing in well patterns was another issue. “The patterns were too widely spaced on those old waterfloods—the distance between injectors and producers was just way too big,” Barlow said. “You could never have achieved a fully implemented waterflood in an economic timeframe.” Low-rate wells were another challenge. Since the original Viking producers were vertical wells with low oil rates, they hit their economic limit at relatively low water cuts, which greatly reduced the recovery factors achieved.

In such situations, “you’re just going to leave a ton of reserves behind,” Barlow said. Variable permeability also impeded the success of traditional Viking waterfloods with some floods failing because permeability streaks caused premature water breakthrough. “If you look at some of the old waterfloods that were failures, they ended up having the water just cycle right through to some of the producers,” the Raging River vice-president noted. Raging River is avoiding the past Viking waterflood problems in several ways. Along with obviously recycling produced water, the company is sourcing saline make-up water from the Mannville Formation. This water is more compatible with the Viking Formation than make-up water from freshwater sources. “What we have is a few Mannville source wells that are working really well for us. We don’t seem to have any injectivity problems,” Barlow said. Raging River is also maintaining a one-toone producer to injector ratio. In other words, its preferred Viking waterflood patterns consist of horizontal injector-producer well pairs. This provides “great injectivity and you’re not ending up in an over-pressure situation,” Barlow told the PTAC-SRC workshop. The company is also using tighter well spacing. In the past, the spacing between injectors and producers was typically 400 metres. The inter-well spacing in the injector-­ producer pairs in Raging River’s patterns is between 100 and 200 metres. Since horizontal wells have much higher productivity, they also have a much higher water cut, which will improve the potential recovery factor in areas under waterflood. Horizontal wells also allow greater conformance, or distribution of injected water across the wellbore. Instead of single-point injection into a vertical well, water is injected into a horizontal section with about 15–20 fracs, so conformance should improve. “Any conformance issues should be mitigated with diversion treatments isolating problem zones,” Barlow said.


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Thermal recovery keeps Saskatchewan heavy oil alive through downturn By Deborah Jaremko

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hile conventional heavy oil production came to a grinding halt when oil prices crashed in late 2014, thermal operations have made up for some of the slack in activity in the fields surrounding Lloydminster. SAGD projects in Saskatchewan conventional heavy oil have been on a rip since 2014, numbering 15, up from six two years ago. Ten of these projects are operated by Husky Energy, which exited 2016 with net thermal production of 120,000 bbls/d. This represents more than a third of the company’s total production. That production includes Lloyd thermal heavy oil projects as well as oilsands SAGD projects at Tucker in Cold Lake and Sunrise north of Fort McMurray.

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Husky Energy is undergoing a structural transformation towards longer life projects that have lower operating costs and reduced sustaining capital requirements, Husky chief executive officer Rob Peabody said in announcing the company’s 2016 year-end results. And Saskatchewan thermal oil plays a key role in that strategy. “Last year, we sold 32,000 boe/d of legacy production in western Canada for $1.3 billion or $40,000 per flowing barrel. Those projects had an average operating cost of about $20/bbl in 2015,” Peabody said. “Over the same time, we brought on new thermal production that ramped up to 43,000 bbls/d at Lloyd and Tucker at a capital cost of $1 billion or $23,000 per flowing barrel.” Saskatchewan SAGD offers low-cost production with higher netbacks compared to bitumen, Husky says.

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Output from three Lloyd thermal projects at Edam East, Vawn and Edam West averaged 28,500 bbls/d in 2016. The projects, which began production in 2016, are currently producing more than 15 per cent above their combined design capacity of 24,500 bbls/d with an average steam to oil ratio of 2.2:1, Husky says. And there’s more on the way. Construction continues on the company’s 10,000-bbl/d Rush Lake 2 Lloyd thermal project, with production on track for the first half of 2019. Three new Husky Lloyd thermal developments with a combined design capacity of 30,000 bbls/d were also sanctioned in 2016. Subject to regulatory approval, first oil from Dee Valley, Spruce Lake North and Spruce Lake Central is expected in 2020. “In the heavy oil segment alone, we’ve identified 18 new Lloyd thermal projects that together represent more than 150,000 bbls/d

of potential development,” Peabody said. “We now have more than $20 billion worth of projects that can generate a minimum 10 per cent return in the low US$40s WTI.” Husky’s investment decisions are based on a minimum hurdle rate of 10 per cent internal rate of return, with oil prices in the low US$40s WTI. These projects have to break-even in the low US$30s WTI. Mel Duvall, Husky’s media and issue manager, adds that Husky has an exceptionally strong land position in the Lloyd area, knows how to build cookie-cutter type thermals in less than three years and that “there aren’t a lot of challenges” in continuing its heavy oil production growth. “It’s more a matter of having the capital to roll these things out while maintaining our strong balance sheet,” he says. Husky isn’t alone in its belief there is some running room in thermal heavy oil recovery. BlackPearl Resources is also mov-


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ing forward with an addition to its Onion Lake thermal development. “The past two years have been very difficult due to low oil prices; however, we did more than just shut in production, cut costs and survive,” BlackPearl chief executive officer John Festival says. “In 2017, we will allocate capital to drilling primary wells and bringing on shut in production, but most importantly, our focus will be on our 6,000-bbl/d Phase 2 expansion at Onion Lake. We have signed a contract to build the facilities for Phase 2 and expect to announce the remaining debt instruments shortly that are necessary to fully fund our capital program.” Construction of the initial 6,000-bbl/d Onion Lake Phase 1 was completed in May 2015 and deemed commercial five months later. The project, which uses a modified SAGD process with 35 vertical injectors, one horizontal injector and 13 horizontal producers, reached and exceeded its design capacity in 2016 with operating costs under $10/bbl, Festival says. The total estimated capital costs for the expansion project are between $180 million and $185 million or up to about $30,800 per flowing barrel. Festival says the company has entered into a fixed price contract for the central processing facility and well pads. The project is expected to be completed in mid-2018.

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JUNE 6

TUESDAY

6:30

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7:30

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12:00

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WEDNESDAY

Morning Golf Registration and Breakfast (for exhibitors and platinum sponsors)

10:00 7:00

Morning Flight Shot Gun Start

12:00

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P.M.

Afternoon Golf Registration and Luncheon (for exhibitors and platinum sponsors)

1:00

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Afternoon Flight Shot Gun Start

7:00

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8:00

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11:00

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Meet and Greet Kick Off Dinner: Steak or Lobster

11:00

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JUNE 8

THURSDAY

Show Open Awards Luncheon and Guest Speaker Saskatchewan Oil and Gas Show Recognition Awards

8:00 3:30 7:30 9:30

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PSAC Barnstorming Breakfast

12:00

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Industry Luncheon

12:30

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Industry Guest Speaker

3:30

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Grounds Closed

Prime Rib Dinner SE Saskatchewan Oilman of the Year Awards and SE Saskatchewan Legends Awards Grounds Closed

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CRESCENT POINT PLACE EXHIBITOR PARKING AREA

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SASK ATCHEWAN OIL & GAS SHOW 2017

214

EverGreen Enviro Corp

215

Heat Innovations Inc.

216

Conquest Equipment

217

KTI Limited

218

Pacbrake Company Inc

219

Micotan Software Company Ltd.

220

NOSHOK Inc

281

276

251

256

250

257

Vanko Analytical Motion & Instrumentation Canada Specialists

277

210

275

284

226

286

273

Tundra Energy Marketing Ltd.

249

209

248

208

247

260

259 Intec Controls Inc

258

207

Saskatchewan Research Council (SRC)

Good Lands Frontier Environmental Power Inc. Products Ltd

274

285

227

Mountainview Systems Ltd

Procon Systems (2013) Inc.

Air Unlimited Inc.

Amsoil The First in Synthetics

211

212

283

Gibson Carreau Industries Ltd. Oilfield Specialties

282

225

Prairie Mobile Saskatchewan Millennium Communica- Safety Council Land Ltd. tions

224

213

252

255

278

Dyna-Flo Control Valve Services Ltd.

Waterflood Production Systems Ltd

223

AMGAS Services Inc

K-Line Muddy Boots Maintenance and Inc Construction Ltd

253

254

279

280

Southeast Saskatchewan Airshed Association (SESAA)

222

Colored Shale Zee Medical Products Inc Service Co

Xplornet Commercial Services

221

Alberta Governor Service Inc.

TOM ZANDEE SPORTS ARENA

228

204

231

245

262

271

288

244

263

202

Trilogy Oilfield

Saskatchewan Ministry of the Economy

270

CFR Chemicals

203

290

Virtus Group LLP

265

268

291

Custom Truck Sales Inc

266

267

292

TS&M Supply

232

243

201

Comtech Communication Technologies Ltd

242

241

240

238

Select Energy Systems Inc.

237

Weatherford Canada Ltd.

236

Karam Alternators Starters

235

234

Stream Flo Industries Ltd.

233

239

MANTL Canada Inc.

Cenovus Energy Inc

Arnett & Burgess Oilfield Construction Limited

Black Suede Tundra Process Solutions Ltd. Hydrocarbon Processing Ltd

264

269

Guardian TS&M Supply Chemicals Inc

289

AGI-Envirotank ESG Filtration Ltd

230

Acre Rig Mats & Oilfield Products Inc.

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205

Summit ESP

246

Kingsway Instruments

261

Weir Seaboard

272

287

Maxxam

229

Hotsy Water Telematic Blast Controls Inc. Manufacturing LP

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SaskTel

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Western Oilfield Specialties Corp

60

AGAT Laboratories

14

Midwest Surveys Inc

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55

13

SHOWA

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King's Energy Services Ltd.

53

54

59

Spectrum Industrial Automatics Ltd.

56

58

57

Henkel Canada Corporation

81

26

Sask Battery Distributors Inc

27

79

WSP Canada Inc

90

62

11

Stewart Steel Inc.

52

51

50

10

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D. B. Safety Rasco FR Solutions Inc.

Cleantek Industries Inc.

63

Oplii

78

91

Coast Lubricants Ltd.

Plainsman Allied Metal Manufacturing Ltd. Inc.

61

Zimco Gauge & Valves Ltd.

80

89

28

Industrial Acuren Communication Group Systems Ltd.

Fibreglass Cross Country Hawkeye Solutions Inc. Pipeline Industries Inc Supply Canada

24

Contain Enviro Services Ltd.

Baker Hughes

88

Apex Valve Services

United Rentals

Compass Bending Ltd.

82

Auto Electric Service / PPG Coatings

87

Cleanfix North North Fringe America Ltd Industrial Technologies Inc

23

SaskPower Corporation

Borets Canada Ltd.

83

Cancade CBI Limited

86

HUWE Inc

84

Ritchie Bros. Auctioneers

85

ALS Global

22

20

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Northern Mat & Bridge LP

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Pyramid Corporation

48

Westech Industrial Ltd.

65

47

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67

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Primex Training Centre Inc.

45

Hanover Doors

68

73

Enform

96

Danatec Educational Services Ltd

33

Factors Western

35

Evergreen Solutions Corp.

98

Association of Professional Engineers & Geoscientists of Saskatche 3 wan (APEGS)

44

Brock White Company LLC

69

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Profire Energy Safe-Tee Inc. Management

43

Commercial Sand Blasting & Painting

70

Penta Badger Completions Daylighting Supply & Services 72 Ltd. 71

97

36

I-Dent Oil & Gas Signage

Wildwood Secure Enviro Transport Inc. Systems Ltd

34

Courage Oilfield Services Ltd

Polycore Tubular Summit Titan Electrogas Environmental Monitors Ltd Linings Corp./ Liability Conestoga Pipe Solutions Inc Containment & Supply Ltd.

74

Simark Controls Ltd

95

MicroWatt LifeSafety Solutions

Estevan Meter Services Ltd

66

75

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Absolute Locating Ltd.

49

ClearBakk Water Solutions

64

32

GFI Systems Inc

Thru Tubing Solutions

Goodon A1 Rent-Alls Industries Ltd Ltd.

93

Litebuilt Cellular Concrete Inc.

30

Blackline Safety

BHD Canadian Pump Instrumentation & Packing Co. Ltd. Ltd.

77

Spartan Controls Ltd.

92

Auroa Wind Energy Canada Inc.

29

Levitt Safety

42

Armour Ready

41

EV Canada Inc.

40

Bluewave Energy

39

Prism Integrated Solutions

38

Cheyenne Oilfield (Envirotrap Systems)

37

Quantum Supply Ltd. (QSL)

104

Golden West Broadcasting

103

ReFined Weyburn

102

Weyburn Regional Economic Development

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000 521

000 516

000 522

000 517

000 527

000 528

Sanjel Energy Services Inc.

534

000 529

Swayze Concrete Ltd

535

533

Gibson Welding Ltd.

Matrix Solutions Inc

000 513

507

501

R&R Tank and Equipment Rentals Ltd.

532

000 526

Oil Spill Contingency Groups #4 & #5

000 520

531

Goodwater Machine Shop (1986) Ltd.

000 525

Foremost

000 519

Winacott Equipment Group

000 514

508

Total Oilfield Rentals LP

509

Shermco Industries Canada Inc

Trojan Safety Services

000 523

000 515

510

511

502

Hutt's Trucking Ltd.

Saskatchewan DFI Research Council (SRC)

Eco-Green Energy Transfer Ltd

Haztech

503

504

505

Sterling Truck & Trailer Sales Ltd

530

Swagelok Central Canada

000 524

South Sask Rathole Ltd

000 518

000 512

Thirsty Bird Pumpjack Sales & Service

506

Alchem Drilling Fluid Services

500

Border Insulators Inc.

OU T SIDE DISP L AY

411

Newalta Corporation

424

000 463

000 450

Firemaster Oilfield Services Inc.

000 437

Dart Services Ltd

472

471

Dynamic Disposal Ltd.

000 464

000 451

SHAWCOR

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Southeast College

425

Cervus Equipment Peterbilt

412

Weyburn Fire Brigade

470

421

Lifting Solutions Inc.

408

000 461

000 448

000 435

469

000 459

000 446

000 433

420

National Oilwell Varco

407

468

467

Maxim Truck & Trailer

000 460

000 447

000 434

Spearing Services LP

422

409

OSY Rentals Ltd.

000 462

000 449

000 436

Falcon Equipment

423

410

AECOM

OUTSIDE SHOW RING #1

466

Pat's Off-Road Transport Ltd.

000 458

Revolution Industrial Equipment Co

000 445

Corix Control Solutions

000 432

Stewart Steel Inc.

419

Discovery Safety Services Ltd.

406

HSE Integrated Ltd.

404

Tremcar Inc.

465

Gibson Energy Partnership

000 457

Baker Hughes

000 444

Finning Canada

000 431

418

000 456

415

K R J Custom Fabricating Ltd

402

McLean Holdings Ltd.

000 442

000 429

000 455

400

000 453

Easy Rider Trucking

000 440

F&L Concrete Services Ltd.

000 427

414

452 000

Smart Power Systems Corp.

439 000

Cobra Industries Ltd.

426 000

413

Custom Truck Sales Inc

401

Redhead Equipment Ltd

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000 454

000 441

Almont Emissions Inc.

000 428

Warner Industries

416

Panther Drilling

403

IMEX RV & Trailer Sales

000 443

000 430

Element Technical Services

417

Wil-Tech Industries Ltd

405

Rebel Vac Systems

OUTSIDE SHOW RING #2

Purechem Services

MCFADDEN BUILDING

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602

600

601

Topco Oilsite Products Ltd.

Jerry Mainil Ltd

614

615

603

Horizon Enterprises Inc

Advance Engineered Products

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Commercial Truck Equipment Co.

618

Goudy Transport

620

607

608

Fast Trucking Service Ltd

619

C & N Oilfield

609

CFO Rentals Inc.

621

Elecon Systems Ltd

610

Weyburn Credit Union

622

Transcourt Tank Leasing

611

JK Containments

623

Progressive Waste Solutions Canada Inc.

612

624

North West Crane Ltd.

613

Tarpon Energy Services

625

Cropac Equipment Inc.

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ABSOLUTE LOCATING LTD

PHONE: (306) 779-2200

PO Box 58 Oxbow SK S0C 2B0 PHONE: (306) 483-2194

FAX: (306) 779-2217 CONTACT: Marc Routhier EMAIL: marc.routhier@aecom.com CONTACT: Ron Carson EMAIL: ron.carson@aecom.com CONTACT: Valerie Hookenson EMAIL: valerie.hookenson@ aecom.com WEBSITE: www.urs.com BOOTH: 407, 408, 409, 410

FAX: (306) 483-2292 CONTACT: Richard Lamontagne EMAIL: richard@absolutelocating.com WEBSITE: www.absolutelocating.com BOOTH: 7

ACRE RIG MATS & OILFIELD PRODUCTS INC 6222 41 St Leduc AB T9E 0V7 PHONE: (780) 986-0267 FAX: (780) 986-0180 CONTACT: Scott Schiffner EMAIL: scott@acrerigmats.com WEBSITE: www.acrerigmats.com BOOTH: 230 PRODUCT/SERVICE: Family owned business that prides itself in quality products & service. We manufacture rig mats, access mats, shale bins, floc tanks, flare tubs, mixing bins, skids & line crossings. We also custom build.

ACUREN GROUP 1135 Weaver St Regina SK S4N 5Y2 PHONE: (306) 260-7366 EMAIL: dstephens@acuren.com WEBSITE: www.acuren.com BOOTH: 28

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ADVANCE ENGINEERED PRODUCTS 144 Henderson Dr Regina SK S4N 5P7 PHONE: (306) 721-4820 CONTACT: Marguerite Simair EMAIL: msimair@aepl.ca WEBSITE: www.aepl.ca BOOTH: 614, 615 PRODUCT/SERVICE: With over 30 years of operations and with manufacturing plants across Canada, Advance Tank Production Ltd. has earned a reputation of being the leader and exceeding customer expectations in building tanks & trailers for bulk hauling liquids and other products.

AECOM PO Box 280 White City SK S4L 5B1

AGAT LABORATORIES 2905 12 St NE Calgary AB T2E 7J2 PHONE: (403) 291-8600 FAX: (403) 299-2010 CONTACT: Shane Power WEBSITE: www.agatlabs.com BOOTH: 14

AGI-ENVIROTANK PO Box 879 Biggar SK S0K 0M0 PHONE: (306) 948-5262 FAX: (306) 948-5263 CONTACT: Justin Wappel EMAIL: jwappel@envirotank.com CONTACT: Shanon Heather EMAIL: sheather@envirotank.com WEBSITE: www.envirotank.com BOOTH: 288 PRODUCT/SERVICE: 30-barrel and up double-walled, heated gas well G55 storage; 200-barrel and up wellsite storage; double-wall in-ground storage; and double-wall diesel/gas/methanol storage.

AIR UNLIMITED INC 1-3247 Millar Ave Saskatoon SK S7K 5Y3 PHONE: (306) 249-9620 FAX: (306) 249-9625 WEBSITE: www.airunlimited.ca BOOTH: 249

ALBERTA GOVERNOR SERVICE INC 5977 103A St NW Edmonton AB T6H 2J7 PHONE: (780) 437-4673 FAX: (780) 434-2339 CONTACT: Tom Nelson EMAIL: tom@albertagovernor.com WEBSITE: www.albertagovernor.com

BOOTH: 221 PRODUCT/SERVICE: Alberta Governor Service Inc. is western Canada’s manufacturer’s representative for WOODWARD and TESTO products. Hydraulic & electronic governors for engines & turbines. Actuators, air-fuel ratio controls. Power generation controls. TESTO–emissions & combustion measuring instrument. Manufacturer representative for Stalwart instruments (tachometers & magnetic pickups).

ALCHEM DRILLING FLUID SERVICE PO Box 490 Weyburn SK S4H 2K3 PHONE: (306) 848-0002 CONTACT: Trevor Van Alstyne EMAIL: trevor@alchem.ca WEBSITE: www.alchem.ca BOOTH: 506 PRODUCT/SERVICE: Drilling fluids service and supply. Specialty chemicals for cleanouts, work-overs, stimulation and completions.

ALMONT EMISSIONS INC 500-602 12 Ave SW Calgary AB T2R 1J3 PHONE: (403) 262-2950 FAX: (403) 262-2960 CONTACT: Darren Bezubiak EMAIL: dbezubiak@almontinc.com WEBSITE: www.almontinc.com BOOTH: 441 PRODUCT/SERVICE: Sulphur mitigation chemistry. Emission compliant equipment. Low toxicity industrial cleaning and maintenance chemistry. LED and solar industrial lighting.

ALS GLOBAL 819 58 St E Saskatoon SK S7K 6X5 PHONE: (306) 668-8370 FAX: (306) 668-8383 CONTACT: Brian Morgan EMAIL: brian.morgan@alsglobal.com WEBSITE: www.alsglobal.com BOOTH: 85

ALLIED METAL LTD

AMGAS SERVICES INC

11-666 Goddard Ave NE Calgary AB T2K 5X3 PHONE: (403) 291-3511

261064 Wagon Wheel Cres Rocky View AB T4A 0E2 PHONE: (403) 984-9830

FAX: (403) 291-3952 CONTACT: Roy Beauvais EMAIL: royb@alliedmetal.ca WEBSITE: www.alliedmetal.ca BOOTH: 51

FAX: (403) 984-9838 WEBSITE: www.am-gas.com BOOTH: 224 PRODUCT/SERVICE: AMGAS is a Canadian corporation with offices across western Canada, the US and in

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the Middle East and has been a leader in H2S treatment since the late 1980s. AMGAS operates at the intersection of chemicals, equipments and service, taking pride in working closely with their clients to ensure safety on site and provide expert assistance for all H2S and BTEX treatments. For more information, please go to www.am-gas.com.

AMSOIL THE FIRST IN SYNTHETICS 3152 Athol St Regina SK S4S 1Y7 PHONE: (877) 487-1645 FAX: (306) 205-4206 CONTACT: Derek Beahm EMAIL: derekbeahm25@gmail.com WEBSITE: www.itstheoil.com BOOTH: 258 PRODUCT/SERVICE: Premium full synthetic extended drain oils, greases, fuel treatment and filtration products for all personal and industrial applications. Including synthetic biodegradable hydraulic oil, bypass filtration systems, synthetic polymeric 5% moly off road grease. All Amsoil products extensively field tested over the last 42 years to ensure they perform even in extreme applications.

A1 RENT-ALLS 1270 Halifax St Regina SK S4R 1T8 PHONE: (306) 352-1440 BOOTH: 75

APEX VALVE SERVICES 1040 MacKay St Regina SK S4N 5N7 PHONE: (306) 761-5000 FAX: (306) 761-2739 CONTACT: Rod Melnychuk EMAIL: rod.melnychuk@ apexdistribution.com WEBSITE: www.apexdistribution.com BOOTH: 53, 54 PRODUCT/SERVICE: Valve Service and Maintenance. Pressure Relief Valves, Gate Globe, Ball Check Valves, Pipeline and Wellhead. Valves in Shop and Field. Repacking Services, Preventative Maintenance Programs, Inline Valve Testing and Servicing.

ARMOUR READY 345 Taiganova Cres Fort McMurray AB T9K 0T4 PHONE: (780) 598-4122 FAX: (780) 743-4314 WEBSITE: www.armourready.com BOOTH: 42

ARNETT & BURGESS OILFIELD CONSTRUCTION LIMITED 338 Industrial Dr Regina SK S4R 8R7 PHONE: (306) 209-5427 FAX: (306) 545-1631 CONTACT: Joe Lobendahn

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EMAIL: joelobendahn@ abpipeliners.com WEBSITE: www.abpipeliners.com BOOTH: 240 PRODUCT/SERVICE: Over 60 years strong, Arnett & Burgess (A&B) provides pipeline and facility construction, pipeline integrity, pipeline coating, and custom fabrication to the energy industry based on the principles of quality, safety and integrity. We look foward to serving your pipelining needs today, tomorrow, and over the next 60 years.

ASSOCIATION OF PROFESSIONAL ENGINEERS & GEOSCIENTISTS OF SASKATCHEWAN (APEGS) 300-4581 Parliament Ave Regina SK S4W 0G3 PHONE: (306) 525-9547 FAX: (306) 525-0851 WEBSITE: www.apegs.sk.ca BOOTH: 3

set ups, facility construction, welding fabrication and pipeline construction with a focus on completing jobs safely, on time and within budget. We also have crews that have a depth of experience in reclamation services and pipeline integrity.

BHD INSTRUMENTATION LTD 8505 Argyll Rd Edmonton AB T6C 4B2 PHONE: (780) 434-8780 EMAIL: garvin.stafford@bhd.ca WEBSITE: www.bhd.ca BOOTH: 64

BLACK SUEDE HYDROCARBON PROCESSING LTD PO Box 401 Kipling SK S0G 2S0 PHONE: (306) 577-7228 EMAIL: warner.operating@sasktel.net BOOTH: 243

AUROA WIND ENERGY CANADA INC

BLACKLINE SAFETY

PO Box 1512 Carstairs AB T0M 0N0 PHONE: (587) 832-5007 EMAIL: jody.d.parker@litebuild concrete.com BOOTH: 92

101-1215 13 St SE Calgary AB T2G 3J4 PHONE: (403) 451-0327 EMAIL: hdevcic@blacklinesafety.com WEBSITE: www.blacklinesafety.com BOOTH: 30

AUTO ELECTRIC SERVICE / PPG COATINGS

BLUEWAVE ENERGY

75 17 St NE Weyburn SK S4H 0Y4 PHONE: (306) 842-4676 EMAIL: scott@autoelectricservice.com WEBSITE: www.autoelectric service.com BOOTH: 82

BADGER DAYLIGHTING 2727 North Service Rd W Swift Current SK PHONE: (306) 750-8120 FAX: (306) 773-3431 WEBSITE: www.badgerinc.com BOOTH: 71

BAKER HUGHES PO Box 685 Estevan SK S4A 2A6 PHONE: (306) 636-1647 EMAIL: dominic.cote@baker hughes.com CONTACT: Susanne Lill WEBSITE: www.bakerhughes.com BOOTH: 80, 81, 457

BANDIT ENERGY SERVICES PO Box 835 Weyburn SK S4H 2L1 PHONE: (306) 842-0576 WEBSITE: www.banditenergy.ca BOOTH: 605 PRODUCT/SERVICE: We are a full Energy Service provider that supplies quality maintenance services, new well

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120-6815 8 St NE Calgary AB T2E 7H7 PHONE: (800) 662-7177 CONTACT: Alix Kendall EMAIL: alix.kendall@parkland.ca WEBSITE: www.bluewaveenergy.ca BOOTH: 40

BORDER INSULATORS INC PO Box 942 Estevan SK S4A 2A7 PHONE: (306) 634-4836 FAX: (306) 634-9727 CONTACT: Ryan Saxon EMAIL: ryansaxon@sasktel.net WEBSITE: www.borderinsulators.ca BOOTH: 500

BORETS CANADA LTD PO Box 921 Estevan SK S4A 2A7 PHONE: (306) 634-4646 FAX: (306) 634-4675 CONTACT: Doug Eben EMAIL: doug.eben@borets.com CONTACT: Clayton Bara EMAIL: clayton.bara@borets.com WEBSITE: www.borets.com BOOTH: 56 PRODUCT/SERVICE: Leading Global Provider of Electric Submersible Pump Systems (ESP) and Surface Horizontal Pumping Systems (HPS).

BRANDT TRACTOR LTD PO Box 3856 Hwy #1 East Regina SK S4P 3R8 PHONE: (306) 791-7777 FAX: (306) 791-0220 CONTACT: Kevin Lakeman EMAIL: kevin.lakeman@brandt.ca CONTACT: Mike Bresselaar EMAIL: mike.bresselaar@brandt.ca CONTACT: Rob Schwartz EMAIL: rob.schwartz@brandt.ca WEBSITE: www.brandttractor.com BOOTH: 616, 617 PRODUCT/SERVICE: Selling John Deere, Ditch Witch, Bomag construction equipment including backhoes, excavators, dozers, graders, wheel loaders, skid steers, mini excavators, directional drills, trenchers, forestry equipment and rentals.

BROCK WHITE COMPANY LLC 2575 Kasota Ave St Paul MN 55108 PHONE: (651) 289-1260 FAX: (306) 721-2405 CONTACT: Greg Engel EMAIL: gengel@brockwhite.com WEBSITE: www.brockwhite.com BOOTH: 44

C & N OILFIELD 1411 Hwy 18 Carnduff SK S0C 0S0 PHONE: (306) 482-5105 FAX: (306) 482-5213 WEBSITE: www.candnoilfield.com BOOTH: 619

CANCADE CBI LIMITED 1651 12 St Brandon MB R7A 7L1 PHONE: (204) 728-4450 FAX: (204) 726-8795 CONTACT: Darren Blazeiko EMAIL: darren.blazeiko@ cancade.com WEBSITE: www.cancade.com BOOTH: 83 PRODUCT/SERVICE: Manufacturers of gravel end dumps, gravel quad wagons, and gravel dump bodies (in steel and aluminium), tankmaster oil barrel moving trailers (750–1000 bbl), construction trailer, scissorneck trailers, and tandem axle jeeps.

CARREAU OILFIELD SPECIALTIES 2907 Parsons Rd NW Edmonton AB T6N 1A3 PHONE: (780) 436-7730 FAX: (780) 436-7736 CONTACT: Ken Carreau EMAIL: ken@carreauoilfield.com WEBSITE: www.carreauoilfield.com BOOTH: 276 PRODUCT/SERVICE: Oteco Inc; (2). Baird; BPR, Gas Valves, Ball & Seat Assemblies. Gearench; Chain & Friction Tongs, Elevators, Valve Wheel Wrenches, Pump Shop Equipment. Lewis Manufacturing; Oilfield, Industrial,


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Utility Grips. Lubri-Kup; Fluidseal Rod Packing, Seating Cups, Cone Packing. Double E Inc; BOPs, Oilsavers, Stuffing Boxes. Larkin; Wellhead DPSB, Flow Tees. Cactus; Chokes.

CENOVUS ENERGY INC PO Box 460 Weyburn SK S4H 2K3 PHONE: (306) 848-6114 FAX: (306) 848-6141 CONTACT: Ron Bartlett EMAIL: ron.bartlett@cenovus.com WEBSITE: www.cenovus.com BOOTH: 232, 233 PRODUCT/SERVICE: Cenovus Energy is a Canadian oil company. We’re committed to applying fresh, progressive thinking to safely and responsibly unlock energy resources the world needs. Our operations include oilsands projects in northern Alberta, which use specialized methods to drill and pump the oil to the surface, as well as natural gas and oil production across Alberta and southern Saskatchewan.

CERVUS EQUIPMENT PETERBILT 1 Frontier St Estevan SK S4A 2K9 PHONE: (306) 636-6320 TOLL FREE: (888) 345-8070 CELLULAR: (306) 461-4470 FAX: (306) 636-6321 CONTACT: Tim Swain EMAIL: tswain@cervusequipment.com WEBSITE: www.peterbilt.cervus equipment.com BOOTH: 422, 423, 424, 425 PRODUCT/SERVICE: Cervus Equipment Peterbilt offers a full line of Peterbilt class 6-8 new and used heavy trucks. We offer premium parts and services for all makes and models. With 4 Saskatchewan locations, plus our Saskatoon Cervus Equipment Collision Center, we're ready to serve you!

CFO RENTALS INC PO Box 1232 Weyburn SK S4H 2L5 PHONE: (306) 842-3454 FAX: (306) 842-0523 EMAIL: cforentals@sasktel.net WEBSITE: www.cforentals.com BOOTH: 609

CFR CHEMICALS 525 8 Ave SW Calgary AB T2P 1G1 PHONE: (587) 320-1097 FAX: (403) 233-7787 EMAIL: chunt@cfrchemicals.com BOOTH: 203

CHEYENNE OILFIELD (ENVIROTRAP SYSTEMS) PO Box 106 Carievale SK S0C 0P0 PHONE: (306) 483-8493 FAX: (306) 928-2105

CONTACT: Darren Ireland EMAIL: cheyenne_oilfield100@ yahoo.com BOOTH: 38 PRODUCT/SERVICE: Secondary wellhead. Containment & 1001 self contained barrel stands.

CLEANFIX NORTH AMERICA LTD 250 Wright Blvd Stratford ON N4Z 1H3 PHONE: (519) 275-2808 FAX: (519) 275-3995 EMAIL: a.leppington@cleanfix.org BOOTH: 87

CLEANTEK INDUSTRIES INC 1-261106 Wagon Wheel Dr Rocky View County AB T4A 0E2 PHONE: (403) 567-8700 FAX: (403) 567-8703 WEBSITE: www.horizonoilfield.ca BOOTH: 50

CLEARBAKK WATER SOLUTIONS 54-5335 6 St NE Calgary AB T2K 5Y4 PHONE: (403) 295-8054 CONTACT: Greg Ward EMAIL: gregw@clearbakk.com WEBSITE: www.clearbakk.com BOOTH: 49 PRODUCT/SERVICE: We solve water and wastewater issues of all types, providing safe drinking water and treating all forms of waste water for safe discharge and/or reuse. We do this in systems that are compact, easy to transport, and easy to scale. We work with our customers from the initial needs to design to fabrication to installation and operation. The top 3 things that make ClearBakk your clear choice: (1) Our ability to design treatment systems in house, (2) We will design an integrated system that best fits your needs, and (3) Our ability to execute in a short time frame with a quality system.

COAST LUBRICANTS LTD 612 Chestnut St Nanaimo BC V9S 2L2 PHONE: (250) 739-0960 CONTACT: Ron Van Wachem EMAIL: sales@coastlubricants.com WEBSITE: www.coastlubricants.com BOOTH: 10

COBRA INDUSTRIES LTD PO Box 508 Delisle SK S0L 0P0 PHONE: (306) 493-3238 FAX: (306) 493-2481 CONTACT: Mike Brown EMAIL: mbrown@cobraindustries.ca CONTACT: Dean Esau EMAIL: dean@cobraindustries.ca WEBSITE: www.cobraindustries.ca BOOTH: 439 PRODUCT/SERVICE: Manufacturer of 400–1000 BBL oilfield storage tanks.

COLORED SHALE PRODUCTS INC 1164 Normandy Dr Moose Jaw SK S6H 7C6 PHONE: (306) 693-8800 FAX: (306) 631-1955 CONTACT: Denise Therrien EMAIL: denise.therrien@sasktel.net WEBSITE: www.coloredshale.com BOOTH: 222 PRODUCT/SERVICE: Colored Shale Products Inc. strives to supply an excellent product on time, on schedule, and on budget. Colored Shale is able to provide a red aggregate for roads leading to and around oil sites.

COMMERCIAL SAND BLASTING & PAINTING PO Box 26053 Saskatoon SK S7K 8C1 PHONE: (306) 931-2820 FAX: (306) 931-3344 WEBSITE: www.csbp.ca BOOTH: 43

COMMERCIAL TRUCK EQUIPMENT CO 105 McDonald St N Regina SK S4N 5W2 PHONE: (306) 721-9575 FAX: (306) 721-2214 CONTACT: Ron Saxby EMAIL: rsaxby@comtruck.ca WEBSITE: www.comtruck.ca BOOTH: 606 PRODUCT/SERVICE: Truck-mounted cranes and equipment, winches, gravel boxes, hydraulic systems, driveline parts and service, power take-offs, splitter boxes, hook lifts, towing equipment, lube and service bodies, digger derricks, aerial devices, sales, service and installations. Rentals and leasing.

WEBSITE: www.conquest equipment.net BOOTH: 216 PRODUCT/SERVICE: Conquest Equipment has established ourselves as a leading supplier of construction equipment in Canada and the U.S., specializing in project support for energy and infrastructure contractors. Our clients are delighted to have a trusted dealership alternative they partner with. Our focus is compaction equipment, smooth and pad foot—rentals & sales.

CONTAIN ENVIRO SERVICES LTD 4-10215 178 St Edmonton AB T5S 1M3 PHONE: (780) 701-4454 FAX: (780) 484-7103 CONTACT: Glenn Eckert EMAIL: glenn@contain.ca WEBSITE: www.contain.ca BOOTH: 24 PRODUCT/SERVICE: Contain Enviro Services Ltd. has been serving western Canada for over 20 years offering the supply and installation of corrugated steel containment berms and geomembrane liners for both primary or secondary containment applications. With offices in Grande Prairie, Cold Lake, and Edmonton, we have the materials and expertise to meet your containment requirements.

CORIX CONTROL SOLUTIONS 487 Hoffer Dr Regina SK S4N 6E2 PHONE: (306) 525-3868 FAX: (306) 525-4668 CONTACT: Stu Affleck EMAIL: stu.affleck@corix.com WEBSITE: www.corix.com BOOTH: 445

COMPASS BENDING LTD

COURAGE OILFIELD SERVICES LTD

7320 30 St SE Calgary AB T2C 1W2 PHONE: (403) 279-6615 EMAIL: lgillis@compassbending.com WEBSITE: www.compass bending.com BOOTH: 57

PO Box 1170 Oxbow SK S0C 2B0 PHONE: (306) 483-2130

COMTECH COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGIES LTD 1120 East Ave Weyburn SK S4H 3E4 PHONE: (306) 842-3066 FAX: (306) 842-0048 CONTACT: Richard Henning EMAIL: richard.henning@comtech.ca WEBSITE: www.comtech.ca BOOTH: 201

CONQUEST EQUIPMENT PO Box 960 Oxbow SK S0C 2B0 PHONE: (306) 483-2500 FAX: (306) 483-2506 EMAIL: sales@conquestequipment.ca

FAX: (306) 483-2132 CONTACT: Amanda Fitzpatrick EMAIL: amanda@courageoilfield.com WEBSITE: www.courageoilfield.com BOOTH: 34

CROPAC EQUIPMENT INC 202 19 Ave Nisku AB T9E 0W8 PHONE: (780) 955-8862 FAX: (780) 955-8855 CONTACT: Ernie Beauchamp WEBSITE: www.cropac.com BOOTH: 625

CROSS COUNTRY PIPELINE SUPPLY CANADA 384 Saskatchewan Ave Spruce Grove AB T7X 0G6 PHONE: (780) 962-6559 WEBSITE: www.crosscountryis.com BOOTH: 90 27


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CUSTOM TRUCK SALES INC

DFI

520 Park St Regina SK S4N 0T6 PHONE: (306) 569-9021

PO Box 578 Weyburn SK S4H 2J9 PHONE: (306) 848-0034

FAX: (306) 569-2144 CONTACT: Lenny Janz EMAIL: lenny.janz@customtruck.ca WEBSITE: www.customtruck.ca BOOTH: 291, 413, 414 PRODUCT/SERVICE: Supplier of parts, service, sales and leasing for Kenworth trucks. New truck sales from light-duty Class 7 to heavy-duty Class 8. Trucks custom designed for tank, vacuum, pickers or oilfield beds, as well as oilfield specialty trucks. Parts and service support for heavy-duty trucks, transmissions, rear carriers, Cat, Cummins and Detroit Diesel engines.

FAX: (306) 848-0070 CONTACT: Bruce Armstrong CONTACT: Darryl Meyer WEBSITE: www.dfi.ca BOOTH: 508

D B SAFETY SOLUTIONS INC 659 Butters Bay Weyburn SK S4H 3L3 PHONE: (306) 861-7093 CONTACT: Don Beahm EMAIL: db.safetysolutions@sasktel.net WEBSITE: www.dbsafety solutions.com BOOTH: 9 PRODUCT/SERVICE: We offer world class Learning Management Systems (LMS), Canada’s largest selection of quality online safety training solutions, and effective safety leadership training.

DANATEC EDUCATIONAL SERVICES LTD 201-11450 29 St SE Calgary AB T2Z 3V5 PHONE: (403) 723-3281 FAX: (403) 232-6952 CONTACT: Francesca McGrath EMAIL: fmcgrath@danatec.com WEBSITE: www.danatec.com BOOTH: 96 PRODUCT/SERVICE: Danatec is Canada’s leading provider of nationally recognized and innovative compliance solutions. We provide essential tools and training for TDG, WHMIS, OWIS and general workplace safety. Our products and services include regulations, handbooks, self-teach training programs, instructor packages, videos, posters, and CDs & DVDs, online training and custom-designed training programs.

DART SERVICES LTD PO Box 1595 Estevan SK S4A 2L7 PHONE: (306) 634-7007 FAX: (306) 634-7006 CONTACT: Davin Emmel EMAIL: dartservices@sasktel.net WEBSITE: www.dartservices.ca BOOTH: 437

DISCOVERY SAFETY SERVICES LTD PO Box 669 Virden MB R0M 2C0 PHONE: (204) 748-3553 FAX: (204) 748-3610 CONTACT: Kyla Martens EMAIL: kyla.martens@ safety-source.ca CONTACT: Dale Lewis EMAIL: dale.lewis@safety-source.ca WEBSITE: www.discoverysafety.com BOOTH: 419

DYNA-FLO CONTROL VALVE SERVICES LTD 1911 66 Ave NW Edmonton AB T6P 1M5 PHONE: (780) 469-4000 FAX: (780) 469-4035 CONTACT: Grant Pegden-Wright EMAIL: grant@dynaflo.com WEBSITE: www.dynaflo.com BOOTH: 278

DYNAMIC DISPOSAL PO Box 664 Gull Lake SK S0N 1A0 PHONE: (306) 672-3062 FAX: (306) 672-4427 CONTACT: John Magee EMAIL: office@dynamicdisposal.ca WEBSITE: www.dynamicdisposal.ca BOOTH: 471, 472 PRODUCT/SERVICE: Waste bin rentals—customizable disposal services for oilfield, municipalities, construction and more.

EASY RIDER TRUCKING PO Box 282 Carnduff SK S0C 0S0 PHONE: (306) 671-7885 FAX: (306) 482-5286 CONTACT: Ken Bayliss EMAIL: easyridertrucking@gmail.com BOOTH: 453 PRODUCT/SERVICE: Easy Rider Trucking Ltd. provides all that you would need to meet any area. We have highway trucks, winch trucks, various trailers, loaders, trackhoes & bobcats. Can discuss any job, just have to call.

ECO-GREEN ENERGY TRANSFER LTD PO Box 115 Weyburn SK S4H 2J8 PHONE: (306) 842-1344 FAX: (306) 842-1434

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CONTACT: Aaron Toth EMAIL: aarontoth@ecogreenenergy.ca WEBSITE: www.ecogreenenergy.ca BOOTH: 510 PRODUCT/SERVICE: Supplying propane and propane equipment, including specialized vessels, generators 55kw to 125kw, construction heaters, and much more.

ELECON SYSTEMS LTD 6212 Davies Rd NW Edmonton AB T6E 4M9 PHONE: (780) 472-8858 EMAIL: admin@eleconpower.ca BOOTH: 621

ELECTROGAS MONITORS LTD 1-7961 49 Ave Red Deer AB T4P 2V5 PHONE: (403) 341-6167 CONTACT: Chris Kennedy EMAIL: ashley@electrogasmonitors. com BOOTH: 68

ELEMENT TECHNICAL SERVICES PO Box 1619 Carlyle SK S0C 0R0 PHONE: (306) 453-1414 FAX: (306) 453-1415 CONTACT: Tracy Barsi EMAIL: tbarsi@element-technical.com WEBSITE: www.element-tech nical.com BOOTH: 430

ENFORM 5055 11 St NE Calgary AB T2E 8N4 PHONE: (403) 516-8000 FAX: (403) 291-9408 CONTACT: Bob Ross EMAIL: bob.ross@enform.ca CONTACT: Arnold Betzema EMAIL: arnold.betzema@enform.ca CONTACT: Christian Browne EMAIL: christian.browne@enform.ca WEBSITE: www.enform.ca BOOTH: 73 PRODUCT/SERVICE: Enform is the upstream oil and gas industry’s advocate and leading resource for the continuous improvement of safety performance. Our mission is to help companies achieve their safety goals by providing practices, assessment, training, support, metrics and communication. Enform has recently relocated its Saskatchewan office to Weyburn.

ESG FILTRATION LTD 11-6025 12 St SE Calgary AB T2H 2K1 PHONE: (403) 571-0202 FAX: (403) 571-0214 CONTACT: Sean White EMAIL: sean.white@esgfiltration.com EMAIL: customer.service@ esgfiltration.com

WEBSITE: www.esgfiltration.com BOOTH: 289 PRODUCT/SERVICE: Filtration, coalescing, liquid/liquid separators, fast loop filters, pressure regulators. Air/gas dryers. Liquid/gas filter cartridges, filter bags (nominal, absolute). Filter housings: natural gas/liquid (lube oil, glycol, amine, water); carbon absorbers, reverse osmosis systems, specialty filtration. Distributors of 3M, GE Water & Process, Headline Filters, Sunsep Dryers, CONCOA.

ESTEVAN METER SERVICES LTD 321 Imperial Ave Estevan SK PHONE: (306) 634-5304 FAX: (306) 634-5887 CONTACT: Doug Martens EMAIL: dmartens@estevanmeter.com WEBSITE: www.estevanmeter.com BOOTH: 46, 47

EV CANADA INC 890-736 8 Ave SW Calgary AB T2P 1H4 PHONE: (403) 263-6144 FAX: (403) 263-6134 WEBSITE: www.evcam.com BOOTH: 41

EVERGREEN ENVIRO CORP PO Box 40 Carlyle SK S0C 0R0 PHONE: (306) 453-4475 FAX: (306) 453-4476 CONTACT: Veronica Matthewson EMAIL: v.matthewson@ evergreenenviro.ca CONTACT: Dean Hoffman EMAIL: d.hoffman@ evergreenenviro.ca WEBSITE: www.evergreenenviro.ca BOOTH: 214 PRODUCT/SERVICE: EverGreen Enviro Corp. provides a wide variety of expertise in the upstream oil and gas industry. Projects include environmental protection plans, impact assessments, pre-disturbance assessments, vegetation and wildlife risk assessments, environmental audits, gas migration testing and electromagnetic surveying, and reclamation plans for oil, emulsion, produced water spills, flare pits and abandoned wellsites.

EVERGREEN SOLUTIONS CORP 64210 393 Loop E Okotoks AB T1S 0L1 PHONE: (403) 273-8000 FAX: (403) 273-8944 CONTACT: Gheela Miguel EMAIL: reception@evergreen solutions.com WEBSITE: www.evergreen solutions.com BOOTH: 35


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F & L CONCRETE SERVICES LTD

FIBREGLASS SOLUTIONS INC

FRONTIER POWER PRODUCTS LTD

PO Box 742 Estevan SK S4A 2A6 PHONE: (306) 634-1025

294 Kensington Ave Estevan SK S4A 2H8 PHONE: (306) 636-2002

69 Durand Rd Winnipeg MB R2J 3T1 PHONE: (204) 949-1526

FAX: (306) 634-1074 EMAIL: flconcrete@sasktel.net WEBSITE: www.fandlconcrete.com BOOTH: 440 PRODUCT/SERVICE: F & L Concrete provides many services from equipment rentals including tools, all sizes of lifts, packers, hoes, etc. We also supply concrete & concrete finishing, sewer & water installation, gravel hauling & snow removal. See our website at www.fandlconcrete.com.

FAX: (306) 636-2220 CONTACT: Bill Gowland EMAIL: frp@frpsolutions.com WEBSITE: www.frpsolutions.com BOOTH: 89

FAX: (204) 949-1527 CONTACT: Keith Verhaeghe EMAIL: kverhaeghe@ frontierpower.com CONTACT: Wally Stein EMAIL: wstein@frontierpower.com WEBSITE: www.frontierpower.com BOOTH: 260 PRODUCT/SERVICE: Generation, hydraulic power units, JOHN DEERE/ FUNK and KUBOTA distributor.

FACTORS WESTERN PO Box 1767 Swift Current SK S9H 4J8 PHONE: (306) 741-1121 EMAIL: riclee@sasktel.net WEBSITE: www.factorswestern.com BOOTH: 33 PRODUCT/SERVICE: We quick pay invoices. No personal guarantees. No fixed-term contracts. No waiting to get paid. Improve your cash flow.

FALCON EQUIPMENT 580 E Dewdney Ave Regina SK S4N 4E8 CELLULAR: (306) 580-6600 FAX: (306) 352-4660 CONTACT: Gaston LaCoste EMAIL: glacoste@falconequip.com WEBSITE: www.falconequip.com BOOTH: 436 PRODUCT/SERVICE: Falcon Equipment is a thriving network of heavy equipment professionals, providing innovative lifting, municipal, and rail equipment solutions to elite fleets across western Canada. We are the proud dealer and outfitter of HIAB cranes, Multilift hook lifts, Moffett forklifts, Dieci telehandlers and truck equipment solutions to the oil, gas and construction industry in Saskatchewan.

FAST TRUCKING SERVICE LTD PO Box 700 Carnduff SK S0C 0S0 PHONE: (306) 482-3244 FAX: (306) 482-3631 CONTACT: Laurie Connelly EMAIL: laurie@fasttrucking service.com WEBSITE: www.fasttrucking service.com BOOTH: 607, 608 PRODUCT/SERVICE: FAST Trucking Service specializes in moving drilling rigs, rig shacks and oilfield related equipment. Our fleet is ready to service any reques, from CAT 6x6 articulating bed trucks, 8x8 bed trucks to pickers with capacity to 50 tonne. We have proudly been servicing SE Sask and SW Manitoba since 1957.

FINNING CANADA PO Box 325 Estevan SK S4A 2A4 PHONE: (306) 634-4014 CONTACT: Becki Schultz EMAIL: esalmers@catrents.ca WEBSITE: www.catrents.ca BOOTH: 443, 444

FIREMASTER OILFIELD SERVICES INC 1975 1 Ave NE Weyburn SK S4H 0A1 PHONE: (306) 842-4488 FAX: (306) 842-4487 CONTACT: Renata Gaca-Proszak EMAIL: rgacaproszak@firemaster.ca WEBSITE: www.firemaster.ca BOOTH: 450 PRODUCT/SERVICE: We are a fully integrated international safety service company specializing in all aspects of safety in the oil and gas industry. Standby fire/shower protection, well control, H2S services, safety specialists, air/office trailers, satellite communications, mobile air monitoring vans, stationary monitoring systems, medical services, training, fixed fire systems and pre-incident planning.

FOREMOST PO Box 652 Stettler AB T0C 2L0 PHONE: (403) 742-6686 FAX: (403) 295-5810 CONTACT: Tom O’Brien EMAIL: tom.obrien@foremost.ca WEBSITE: www.foremost.ca/ vactrucks/ BOOTH: 525 PRODUCT/SERVICE: Foremost designs and manufactures highquality and competitively priced vehicle-mounted vacuum equipment for use in oil & gas, municipal, industrial and utility market segments across North America.

4 STAR VENTURES PO Box 193 Gull Lake SK S0N 1A0 PHONE: (306) 672-3317 FAX: (306) 674-2473 CONTACT: Tiffany Lloyd EMAIL: tiffany.4star@sasktel.net BOOTH: 604 PRODUCT/SERVICE: Power tongs and pressure testing.

GFI SYSTEMS INC 500-10709 Jasper Ave NW Edmonton AB T5J 3N3 PHONE: (403) 342-4835 FAX: (780) 705-7574 WEBSITE: www.gfisystems.ca BOOTH: 32

GIBSON ENERGY PARTNERSHIP 617 Railway Ave Weyburn SK S4H 0A9 PHONE: (306) 842-2955 FAX: (306) 842-4447 CONTACT: Kelly Webber EMAIL: kelly.webber@gibsons.com CONTACT: Jordan Szczecinski EMAIL: jordan.szczecinski@ gibsons.com CONTACT: Brian Hagel EMAIL: brian.hagel@gibsons.com WEBSITE: www.gibsons.com BOOTH: 465 PRODUCT/SERVICE: For over 60 years, Gibsons has delivered integrated midstream solutions to customers in the oil and gas industry. Our operations include the transportation, storage, blending, processing, marketing and distribution of crude oil, liquids and refined products. We also provide oilfield waste and water management services.

GIBSON INDUSTRIES LTD PO Box 12 Eyebrow SK S0H 1L0 PHONE: (306) 759-2572 FAX: (306) 759-2166 WEBSITE: www.gibsonindustries ltd.com BOOTH: 277

GIBSON WELDING LTD PO Box 926 Weyburn SK S4H 2L2 PHONE: (306) 842-1242 FAX: (306) 842-1707 CONTACT: John Gibson EMAIL: gibsonwelding10@ hotmail.com WEBSITE: www.gibsonwelding.org BOOTH: 533

PRODUCT/SERVICE: Gibson Welding Ltd. currently offers picker trucks, bed trucks, steam trucks, dozers, backhoes, excavators, graders & a scraper. We offer a variety of oilfield rental equipment.

GOLDEN WEST BROADCASTING 305 Souris Ave Weyburn SK S4H 0C2 PHONE: (306) 848-1190 FAX: (306) 842-2720 EMAIL: cbirnie@goldenwestradio.com WEBSITE: www.goldenwestradio.com BOOTH: 104

GOOD LANDS ENVIRONMENTAL INC PO Box 85 Pierson MB R0M 1S0 PHONE: (204) 634-2245 FAX: (204) 634-2263 CONTACT: Marianne Ludlam EMAIL: admin@goodlandsenviro.com WEBSITE: www.goodlandsenviro.com BOOTH: 259 PRODUCT/SERVICE: Good Lands Enviromental Inc. is a thriving environmental consulting firm offering timely, professional, and practical environmental solutions for the oil and gas industry in southeast Saskatchewan and southwest Manitoba.

GOODON INDUSTRIES LTD PO Box 777 Boissevain MB R0K 0E0 PHONE: (204) 534-2468 FAX: (204) 534-2267 CONTACT: Ed Dyck EMAIL: goodon@goodon.com WEBSITE: www.goodon.com BOOTH: 76 PRODUCT/SERVICE: Quality postframe buildings for your farm, commercial and industrial needs.

GOODWATER MACHINE SHOP (1986) LTD PO Box 28 Weyburn SK S0C 1E0 PHONE: (306) 456-2560 FAX: (306) 456-2896 EMAIL: goodwatermachine@ sasktel.net BOOTH: 531

GOUDY TRANSPORT PO Box 180 Stoughton SK S0G 4T0 PHONE: (306) 457-2785 FAX: (306) 457-3514 WEBSITE: www.goudytransport.com BOOTH: 618

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GUARDIAN CHEMICALS INC

HANOVER DOORS

HAZTECH

HENKEL CANADA CORP

155-55202 SH 825 Sturgeon Industrial Park Sturgeon County AB T8L 5C1 PHONE: (780) 998-3771

105 Commerce Dr Steinbach MB R5G 1W6 PHONE: (204) 326-3667

1139 Weaver St E Regina SK S4N 5Y2 PHONE: (306) 352-9114

2515 Meadowpine Blvd Mississauga ON L5N 6C3 PHONE: (905) 814-6511

FAX: (204) 326-5302 CONTACT: Walter Toews EMAIL: wtoews@hanoverdoors.com WEBSITE: www.hanoverdoors.com BOOTH: 45 PRODUCT/SERVICE: High-quality, Canadian-made overhead doors & related products, manufactured, delivered, installed & serviced across western Canada.

FAX: (306) 721-2453 CONTACT: Cody Grado EMAIL: cgrado@haztech.com CONTACT: Shawn Hazen EMAIL: shazen@haztechsafety.com WEBSITE: www.haztech.com BOOTH: 511 PRODUCT/SERVICE: Medical: EMR, EMT, Paramedic, Nurse, Physician, MTC, Clinic Trailers. Safety: Firefighting, Rescue, H2S Supervision, CSO. Security: Drug & Alcohol, Audiometric, Vision and Spirometry Testing, Safety Training.

FAX: (905) 814-5391 CONTACT: Linda Freemantle EMAIL: linda.freemantle@henkel.com WEBSITE: www.henkelna.com BOOTH: 59 PRODUCT/SERVICE: Oil & gas industrial assembly solutions. From the rugged and severe environments encountered in the upstream drilling and production phase through the midstream transportation and downstream refining processes, Henkel offers a wide range of reliable adhesive products and innovative solutions.

HEAT INNOVATIONS INC

170-22555 Twp Rd 530 Sherwood Park AB T8A 4T7 PHONE: (780) 467-5149

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HAWKEYE INDUSTRIES INC 2110 70 Ave NW Edmonton AB T6P 1N6 PHONE: (780) 490-4295 FAX: (780) 490-4290 WEBSITE: www.hawk-eye.com BOOTH: 78, 91 PRODUCT/SERVICE: Hawkeye Industries is an industry leader in the manufacture of tank level indication systems, tank venting and Pipe-A-Way systems, Underground products—transition fittings, fabricated polyethylene fittings, casing spacers, tracer wire and end seals, Production products—tubing drains, rod and tubing shears, pump-out plugs, tubing centralizers and polished rod bullets.

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725 Monticello Way Winkler MB R6W 0N3 PHONE: (204) 325-4253 CONTACT: Ryan Wall EMAIL: ryanw@heatinn.com WEBSITE: www.heatinnovations.com BOOTH: 215 PRODUCT/SERVICE: Floor heating systems, parts and design.

HORIZON ENTERPRISES INC

FAX: (780) 467-6641 CONTACT: Lindsay Bass EMAIL: lindsay.horizon@hotmail.com CONTACT: Karen Bass WEBSITE: www.horizoncanada.net BOOTH: 603 PRODUCT/SERVICE: Horizon Enterprises Inc. has been delivering first-class mobile treatment centres and commercial slide-ins to the oil and gas industry for 14 years, and we can custom fit a unit for your needs.

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FAX: (780) 992-1185 CONTACT: Brad Penman EMAIL: bpenman@guardianchem.ca CONTACT: Desiree Cowan EMAIL: dcowan@guardianchem.ca WEBSITE: www.guardianchem.ca BOOTH: 270 PRODUCT/SERVICE: Guardian Chemicals is a privately owned Canadian company that researches, develops, and manufactures specialty chemicals in Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta, Canada. We provide direct chemical and related equipment sales, custom formulations, and specialized service technologists to a large variety of primary and secondary industries throughout Canada, the USA, and worldwide in select markets. Guardian currently has 4 main divisions—industrial, water treatment, forestry and wood products—as well as oil and gas production. We also serve the printing industry, both in Canada and the USA, along with providing technologies and product sales and service worldwide through both Guardian and Traxol chemicals. Our specialties include iron sulphides, sand dispersants, asphaltenes and paraffins.


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HOTSY WATER BLAST MANUFACTURING LP 16712 118 Ave NW Edmonton AB T5V 1P7 PHONE: (780) 451-4521 FAX: (780) 455-3920 CONTACT: Ben Kronewitt EMAIL: ben@hotsyab.com EMAIL: sales@hotsyab.com WEBSITE: www.HotsyAB.com BOOTH: 228 PRODUCT/SERVICE: Pressure washers, parts washers, dip tankers, wash water recycling equipment, custom cleaning systems.

HSE INTEGRATED LTD 29 Queen St W Weyburn SK PHONE: (306) 842-5490 FAX: (306) 848-0275 CONTACT: Ryan Bobier EMAIL: rbobier@hseintegrated.com CONTACT: Tyler Tollefson EMAIL: ttollefson@hseintegrated.com WEBSITE: www.hseintegrated.com BOOTH: 406

HUTT’S TRUCKING LTD PO Box 234 Lampman SK S0C 1N0 PHONE: (306) 487-2608 FAX: (306) 487-2296 CONTACT: Travis Hutt EMAIL: huttholdings@sasktel.net WEBSITE: www.huttstrucking.ca BOOTH: 502 PRODUCT/SERVICE: We provide 45 & 50 ton picker trucks, and Texas bed and winch trucks to haul all sizes of pump jacks, tanks, vessels and buildings. We have specialty trailers to load and haul 400–2000-bbl tanks. We also provide pilot truck and hot shot services for Saskatchewan, Manitoba and Alberta.

HUWE INC Glenmore Trl SE Calgary AB T2C 2R9 PHONE: (306) 840-7679 EMAIL: lb@huwewrench.com BOOTH: 86

I-DENT OIL & GAS SIGNAGE 7212 Flint Pl SE Calgary AB T2H 1Y8 TOLL FREE: (800) 661-1919 CONTACT: Jenn MacDonald EMAIL: jenniferm@identsigns.com EMAIL: speaktous@identsigns.com WEBSITE: www.ident.com BOOTH: 36 PRODUCT/SERVICE: Battery/plant signs, pipeline signs, posts and hardware, safety signs, wellsite signs, decals/ labels, custom safety signs, WHMIS signage/tags, TDG placards, directional signs, traffic signs, vehicle decals, magnetic vehicle signs, site signs, safety award decals and much more!

IMEX RV & TRAILER SALES

JK CONTAINMENTS

KINGSWAY INSTRUMENTS

PO Box 4831 Taber AB T1G 2E1 PHONE: (403) 223-5007

Box 450 Stoughton SK S0G 4T0 PHONE: (306) 736-9169 EMAIL: jkcontainments@live.ca BOOTH: 611

4319 Roper Road NW Edmonton AB T6B 3S5 PHONE: (780) 463-5264

FAX: (403) 223-3609 CONTACT: Kathy Gibson WEBSITE: www.imexrv.ca BOOTH: 455, 456 PRODUCT/SERVICE: Sell: Planet Earth trailers, stock trailers, car trailers, Haulmark trailers, and enclosed trailers. Oilfield manufacturing of pressure trucks, hot oil trucks, and tanker trucks.

INDUSTRIAL COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS LTD PO Box 700 Estevan SK S4A 2A6 PHONE: (306) 634-3783 FAX: (306) 634-1233 CONTACT: Alan Dougherty EMAIL: industcomm@sasktel.net BOOTH: 27 PRODUCT/SERVICE: Wide area of two-way radio system repeater coverage. Complete line of VHF and UHF radio products, call-out alarms, wireless cellular amps and handsfree kits. Serving the oilfield area for over 50 years.

INTEC CONTROLS INC 214 Cardinal Cres Saskatoon SK S7L 6H8 PHONE: (306) 244-2200 FAX: (306) 244-2286 CONTACT: Wes Orischuk EMAIL: wes@inteccontrols.ca CONTACT: Michael Swejda EMAIL: mswejda@inteccontrols.ca WEBSITE: www.inteccontrols.ca BOOTH: 247, 248 PRODUCT/SERVICE: Intec Controls is an instrumentation, automation and enclosure supplier, helping SK and MB with their process needs for 20 years. We sell and support the full line of Siemens Instrumentation and others, carrying a local inventory of pressure transmitters, coriolis flow meters, temperature devices, enclosures and more.

JERRY MAINIL LTD PO Box 848 Weyburn SK S4H 2L1 PHONE: (306) 842-5412 FAX: (306) 842-6560 CONTACT: Dennis Mainil EMAIL: djm@jmlc.ca WEBSITE: www.jerrymainilltd.com BOOTH: 600, 601 PRODUCT/SERVICE: Jerry Mainil Ltd. and its experienced staff have been servicing southeast Saskatchewan for over 50 years. We specialize in lease and road building, pipe line, pipe fitting, welding, pump jack maintenance, hoes, reclamation, dozers, bed trucks, winch trucks, picker trucks, steamers, and snow removal.

JWN 200-816 55 Ave NE Calgary AB T2E 6Y4 PHONE: (403) 209-3500 FAX: (403) 245-8666 CONTACT: Heather Doyle EMAIL: hdoyle@jwnenergy.com WEBSITE: www.jwnenergy.com BOOTH: 20, 21 PRODUCT/SERVICE: JWN is Canada’s oldest and most recognized energy publishing house. Providing authoritative print and online publications, data sets, maps, charts, directories and events, we are the Canadian leaders in oil and gas, construction and alternative energy publishing. Our commitment to our readers and advertisers remains steadfast: To be the most trusted source of energy information in Canada.

K R J CUSTOM FABRICATING LTD PO Box 657 Estevan SK S4A 2A5 PHONE: (306) 634-9955 FAX: (306) 634-8876 CONTACT: Ken Mehler EMAIL: krj.f@sasktel.net BOOTH: 415

KARAM ALTERNATORS STARTERS 826 45 St E Saskatoon SK S7K 0W5 PHONE: (306) 244-9818 FAX: (306) 244-2223 CONTACT: Roy Karam EMAIL: royk@alternatorstarter.com WEBSITE: www.alternatorstarter.com BOOTH: 236 PRODUCT/SERVICE: New OEM, aftermarket & reman alternators, starters, DC motors & 12V 1600W electric generators.

KING’S ENERGY SERVICES LTD 277 Burnt Park Dr Red Deer County AB T4S 0K7 PHONE: (403) 343-2822 FAX: (403) 347-1470 CONTACT: Mark Lizee EMAIL: mark.lizee@kingsenergy.com WEBSITE: www.kingsenergy.com BOOTH: 12 PRODUCT/SERVICE: For 40 years, King’s Energy Services Ltd. has been committed to providing solutions throughout the oil and gas industry in western Canada. With our instrumentation, measurement and valve services complemented by our extensive distribution and manufacturing product lines, we can handle large and small projects safely, efficiently and economically.

FAX: (780) 463-7903 CONTACT: Dustin Brown EMAIL: djbrown@kingswayinstru ments.com WEBSITE: www.kingswayinstru ments.com BOOTH: 246 PRODUCT/SERVICE: Kingsway Instruments is an industry leader in the sales, service, and calibration of test and measurement equipment and industrial tools. With over 45 years of experience, we can help decide on the best tools for the job and work together to keep that equipment calibrated and in top operating condition. We look forward to showing the latest tools from Fluke, Megger, Crystal, Defelsko, and how we can help you with your business.

K-LINE MAINTENANCE AND CONSTRUCTION LTD 5 Industrial Dr Emerald Park SK S0G 5B0 PHONE: (306) 781-2711 EMAIL: ckormos@k-line.ca BOOTH: 211

KTI LIMITED 234177 Rg Rd 285 Rocky View AB T1X 0X8 PHONE: (403) 509-0151 FAX: (403) 509-0154 CONTACT: Nicole Armstrong EMAIL: nicole.armstrong@ktiltd.on.ca WEBSITE: www.ktiltd.on.ca BOOTH: 217 PRODUCT/SERVICE: KTI Limited is an industry leader in the distribution of high-quality products and services to the Canadian natural gas, oil and electric industries. Our commitment is to bring unparalleled long-term sustainable value to our customers by providing innovative solutions through leading-edge technologies, competitive pricing, and valueadded services. KTI Limited represents leading manufacturers including: R.W. Lyall (distribution system products), KWH Pipe (polyethylene pipe), Rahn Plastics (polyethylene fittings), Donkin RMG (regulators, OPCOs, relief valves, prefabricated stations), Flowserve - Nordstrom (iron and steel plug valves, PE valves), Cameron (ball valves), and Sensus (gas and electric meters and automated metering infrastructure, project management—installation and consulting). Our experience and understanding of the industries provides the basis for our comprehensive, flexible and value-added solutions that improve your bottom-line profitability.

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LEVITT SAFETY 644 Henderson Dr Regina SK S4N 5X3 PHONE: (306) 721-7457 CONTACT: Clint Pinder EMAIL: paul.beaulieu@ levitt-safety.com WEBSITE: www.levitt-safety.com BOOTH: 29

LIFTING SOLUTIONS INC 3710 78 Ave NW Edmonton AB T6B 3E5 PHONE: (780) 784-7725 FAX: (780) 466-8887 CONTACT: Rick Joyes EMAIL: rick.joyes@lifting solutionsinc.com CONTACT: Jana Dvernichuk EMAIL: jana.dvernichuk@lifting solutionsinc.com WEBSITE: www.liftingsolutions inc.com BOOTH: 421 PRODUCT/SERVICE: Lifting Solutions team members are specialists in progressing cavity and reciprocating pump systems including pumps, sucker rods, sucker rod guides, Endless Rod® continuous sucker rod, and other surface and sub-surface production equipment. Whether you need a solution to optimize your pump jack, jet pump, lift pump, progressive cavity pump, or other form of lift, we are your source.

LITEBUILT CELLULAR CONCRETE INC 140-7474 79 St Red Deer AB T4P 0R6 PHONE: (587) 832-5007 EMAIL: jody.d.parker@litebuilt concrete.com WEBSITE: www.litebuiltconcrete.com BOOTH: 93

MANTL CANADA INC 1600-144 4 Ave SW Calgary AB T2P 3N4 PHONE: (403) 455-7885 WEBSITE: www.mantl.ca BOOTH: 239

MATRIX SOLUTIONS INC PO Box 279 Weyburn SK S4H 2K1 PHONE: (306) 842-3088 FAX: (306) 842-3356 CONTACT: Crystal Hutt EMAIL: chutt@matrix-solutions.com WEBSITE: www.matrix-solutions.com BOOTH: 527 PRODUCT/SERVICE: Matrix Solutions provides services in 24-hour initial spill response, phase I & II site assessments, flare pit remediation, spill remediation, lease reclamation, pre-development assessments, real-time aerial photography using unmanned aerial vehicles, electromagnetic surveys, groundwater investigations, design and operation of

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groundwater collection systems, and environmental impact statements.

MAXIM TRUCK & TRAILER 1860 Brookside Blvd Winnipeg MB R3C 2E6 PHONE: (204) 790-6599 CONTACT: Elizabeth Fahlman EMAIL: efahlman@maximinc.com WEBSITE: www.maximinc.com BOOTH: 467, 468 PRODUCT/SERVICE: Truck and trailer sales, leasing and rental, heavy duty parts and service across Canada.

MAXXAM 114-116 Research Dr Saskatoon SK S7N 3R3 PHONE: (306) 249-1014 FAX: (306) 249-1015 CONTACT: Scott Anderson EMAIL: sanderson@maxxam.ca WEBSITE: www.maxxam.ca BOOTH: 287 PRODUCT/SERVICE: Maxxam is the Canadian market leader in analytical service and solutions to the energy, environmental, food & DNA industries and a member of the Bureau Veritas Group. We support critical decisions made by our customers through rigorous science and the knowledge and expertise of our over 2,500 employees.

MCLEAN HOLDINGS LTD PO Box 950 Estevan SK S4A 2A7 PHONE: (306) 634-6400 FAX: (306) 634-7828 CONTACT: Vernon McLean EMAIL: eppl@sasktel.net BOOTH: 402

MICOTAN SOFTWARE COMPANY LTD 210-1011 1 St SW Calgary AB T2R 1J2 PHONE: (403) 910-1028 CELLULAR: (403) 830-3220 FAX: (403) 910-1011 CONTACT: David Walsh EMAIL: david.walsh@micotan.com WEBSITE: www.micotan.com BOOTH: 219 PRODUCT/SERVICE: Whelby Data Services by Micotan—Canada & U.S. Whelby decision cube. Well license collection, facility collection, pipeline collection, land sale collection, rig reports, rig status changes, application alerts.

MICROWATT LIFESAFETY SOLUTIONS 11141 15 St NE Calgary AB T3K 0Z5 TOLL FREE: (888) 388-1592 TOLL FREE FAX: (888) 812-8370 CONTACT: Phil Bertoni EMAIL: mwsales@microwatt.com WEBSITE: www.microwatt.com

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BOOTH: 5 PRODUCT/SERVICE: MicroWatt is widely recognized as one of the most experienced and trusted suppliers of SafeGuarding Products in western Canada. This reputation extends into our Engineering and Analytical & Process Solutions business groups. Unparalleled service and support available 24/7/365 with strategic warehouse locations to support critical operations.

MIDWEST SURVEYS INC 2827 Sunridge Blvd NE Calgary AB T1Y 6G1 PHONE: (403) 244-7471 FAX: (403) 291-9471 CONTACT: Trini Piche EMAIL: trinip@midwestsurveys.com WEBSITE: www.midwestsurveys.com BOOTH: 15 PRODUCT/SERVICE: Midwest Surveys is a professional land surveying firm providing geomatics and locating services to the Saskatchewan oil and gas industry since 1949. Midwest has over 15 crews ready to mobilize out of our offices in Estevan, Regina, Maple Creek & Lloydminster as well as our resident crews in Kindersley. All are strategically located to deliver unrivalled service. Visit us to learn how Midwest can bring true value to your projects!

MILLENNIUM LAND LTD 200-1542 Albert St Regina SK S4P 2S4 PHONE: (306) 565-3333 FAX: (306) 565-3303 CONTACT: Adam Stewart EMAIL: adam@mland.ca WEBSITE: www.mland.ca BOOTH: 285

MOTION CANADA 2714 5 St Nisku AB T9E 0H1 PHONE: (780) 955-7494 FAX: (780) 955-3411 CONTACT: Scott Stucky EMAIL: scott.stucky@motion canada.com WEBSITE: www.motionindustries.com BOOTH: 257 PRODUCT/SERVICE: Motion Canada offers a broad range of products dedicated to the oilfield industry including core oilfield products, bearing, power transmission, industrial and safety supplies.

MOUNTAINVIEW SYSTEMS LTD 10-713 66 St E Saskatoon SK S7P 0E4 PHONE: (306) 978-8500 FAX: (306) 978-8501 CONTACT: Wade Imeson EMAIL: wade.imeson@mvs.ca WEBSITE: www.mvs.ca BOOTH: 227 PRODUCT/SERVICE: Steel & alumi-

num trench boxes, slide rail systems, lightweight aluminum, line locators, transmitters, lath, paint, flagging, lasers, general construction and layout tools.

MUDDY BOOTS INC 950-555 4 Ave SW Calgary AB T2P 3E7 PHONE: (403) 519-7554 CONTACT: Bruce Holman EMAIL: bruce@muddyboots online.com WEBSITE: muddyboots.online BOOTH: 210 PRODUCT/SERVICE: Web-based scheduling & reporting for operations activities from E&I PMs through to tank inspections and pigging. Offline functionality. Service provider interface. PNG017-compliant schematics tool.

NATIONAL OILWELL VARCO 1700-715 5 Ave SW Calgary AB T2P 2X6 PHONE: (403) 264-9646 FAX: (403) 263-8488 CONTACT: Clyde Bonnell EMAIL: clyde.bonnell@nov.com WEBSITE: www.nov.com BOOTH: 420 PRODUCT/SERVICE: National Oilwell Varco (NOV) is a global leader in the design, manufacture and supply of systems and components used in oil and gas drilling and production. From rig equipment, integrated systems, downhole tools, lifting and handling equipment, and tubular inspection and coatings, we constantly develop and acquire new technologies and services to better service our customers.

NEWALTA CORPORATION PO Box 218 Weyburn SK S4H 2J9 PHONE: (306) 398-1376 FAX: (306) 458-2774 CONTACT: Justin Katschke EMAIL: shoff@newalta.com BOOTH: 411

NORTH FRINGE INDUSTRIAL TECHNOLOGIES INC PO Box 1540 Nipawin SK S0E 1E0 PHONE: (306) 862-5900 FAX: (306) 862-5752 CONTACT: Dave Cain EMAIL: dcain@northfringe.com WEBSITE: www.northfringe.com BOOTH: 88

NORTH WEST CRANE LTD 7015 Sparrow Dr Leduc AB T9E 7L1 PHONE: (780) 980-2227 FAX: (780) 980-5334 WEBSITE: www.northwestcrane.com BOOTH: 624


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NORTHERN MAT & BRIDGE LP 306 Park St E Kamsack SK S0A 1S0 PHONE: (306) 590-8828 BOOTH: 22

NOSHOK INC 939 Suncastle Dr SE Calgary AB T2X 2M4 PHONE: (403) 931-7455 CONTACT: Gerry Hafichuk EMAIL: ghafichuk@noshok.com WEBSITE: www.noshok.com BOOTH: 220 PRODUCT/SERVICE: NOSHOK provides measurement solutions to the oil and gas industry including well servicing, upstream, midstream, downstream and offshore. Products include downhole level transmitters, pressure gauges, hazardous environment approved pressure transmitters, pressure and temperature switches, temperature transmitters, industrial RTDs, needle and manifold valves, bimetal thermometers, force measurement instrumentation and diaphragm seals.

OIL SPILL CONTINGENCY GROUPS #4 & #5 35 Riverwood Place Weyburn SK S4H 3C4 PHONE: (306) 842-8151 FAX: (306) 842-8151 CONTACT: Laurel Mohl EMAIL: lmohl@accesscomm.ca WEBSITE: www.saskoilspill.com BOOTH: 526 PRODUCT/SERVICE: The Oil Spill Contingency is an oil spill co-op. There are 99 members from the Weyburn and Estevan areas. The oil spill co-op supplies training and field equipment for the first response to an oil spill in areas #4 and #5.

OPLII 232-1011 9 Ave SE Calgary AB T2G 0H7 PHONE: (403) 272-2744 WEBSITE: www.oplii.com BOOTH: 63

OSY RENTALS LTD PO Box 5 Major SK S0L 2H0 PHONE: (306) 834-4017 CONTACT: Dallas Cairns EMAIL: dallas@osyrentals.com WEBSITE: www.osyrentals.com BOOTH: 469, 470

PACBRAKE COMPANY 19594 96 Ave Surrey BC V4N 4C3 PHONE: (604) 882-2382 PHONE: (604) 882-2323 FAX: (604) 882-2330 CONTACT: Carl Selzer EMAIL: carl.selzer@pacbrake.com WEBSITE: www.pacbrake.com

BOOTH: 218 PRODUCT/SERVICE: PowerHalt Air Intake Emergency Shut-off valves by Pacbrake provide a complete system shutdown to prevent catastrophic damage to equipment and personnel during a diesel engine runaway. These valves are offered in various sizes ranging from 1.75"– 5" with different control and actuation options. Designed and tested to the highest industry standard. PowerHalt valves come with industryleading warranty.

PANTHER DRILLING PO Box 1479 Weyburn SK S4H 3N8 PHONE: (306) 842-7370 FAX: (306) 842-7372 CONTACT: Nikki Dickie EMAIL: nikki@pantherdrilling.ca WEBSITE: www.pantherdrilling.ca BOOTH: 416 PRODUCT/SERVICE: 100% Saskatchewan-owned and operated drilling company based in southeast Saskatchewan. Panther Drilling presently operates four state-of-the-art drilling rigs.

PAT’S OFF-ROAD TRANSPORT LTD PO Box 1441 Weyburn SK S4H 3J9 PHONE: (306) 861-6065 EMAIL: patsoffroad.weyburn@ hotmail.com BOOTH: 466

PENTA COMPLETIONS SUPPLY & SERVICES LTD 610-910 7 Ave SW Calgary AB T2P 3N8 PHONE: (403) 262-1688 FAX: (403) 234-0108 CONTACT: Jeff Wanner EMAIL: jwanner@pentarods.com WEBSITE: www.pentarods.com BOOTH: 72 PRODUCT/SERVICE: Complete Rod Pumping Design, Supply, Automation & Optimization Services. Upco API Steel Sucker Rods and Accessories; Superod Fiberglass Sucker Rods; Penta Drive VFD, GE Well Manager & Penta Hosted Xspoc Monitoring; Downhole Gas Separators. Pumping System Design, Analysis & Optimization. Full Dynamometer and Fluid Level Services including P.I.P. Calculations.

PLAINSMAN MANUFACTURING INC 8305 McIntyre Rd NW Edmonton AB T6E 5J7 PHONE: (780) 496-9800

tion, pipeline maintenance, construction and gas and water distribution. We have an in-house engineering department and a full-service manufacturing facility that enables us to respond efficiently to customer and industry needs.

POLYCORE TUBULAR LININGS CORP/CONESTOGA PIPE & SUPPLY

BOOTH: 286 PRODUCT/SERVICE: The PROCON Group is a sales, service and distribution company specializing in industrial process control, measurement, analytical and detection instruments—our specialty is gas/flare gas measurement!

PROFIRE ENERGY INC

16 Flr-144 4 Ave SW Calgary AB T2P 3N4 PHONE: (403) 444-5554

Bay 12-55 Alberta Ave Spruce Grove AB T7X 4B9 PHONE: (780) 960-5278

FAX: (403) 444-5444 CONTACT: Matthew Bosworth EMAIL: mbosworth@polycore.ca WEBSITE: www.polycore.ca BOOTH: 69 PRODUCT/SERVICE: Polycore’s thermoplastic liner technology eliminates rod on tubing wear in rod pump oil wells and mitigates corrosion in water injection and disposal wells. Through continued product development, technology advancements and flawless customer service, we aim to be the industry’s preferred solution for all downhole corrosion and tubing wear problems.

FAX: (780) 960-5078 CONTACT: Allan Reay EMAIL: areay@profireenergy.com WEBSITE: www.profireenergy.com BOOTH: 2 PRODUCT/SERVICE: Burner Management Systems, B149.315 Ready Gas Trains, Combustion Equipment, Project Specific Electronic Control Design and Build Services.

PRAIRIE MOBILE COMMUNICATIONS 595 Henderson Dr Regina SK S4N 6A8 PHONE: (306) 721-7533 FAX: (306) 721-3133 EMAIL: tradeshow@prairiemobile.com WEBSITE: www.prairiemobile.com BOOTH: 283

PRIMEX TRAINING CENTRE INC 155 Woodward Ave Regina SK S4R 3H5 PHONE: (306) 596-6629 CONTACT: John Horstman EMAIL: john@primextraining.ca WEBSITE: www.primextraining.ca BOOTH: 4 PRODUCT/SERVICE: Your partner in workplace safety, Primex offers one-stop safety services with over 70 instructor-led courses and over 700 online courses, safety audits, site supervision, safety program development and consultation. Primex will custom design training courses to address site-specific hazards and modify training to best meet the client’s needs.

PRISM INTEGRATED SOLUTIONS 4001 53 St Forestburg AB T0B 1N0 PHONE: (780) 582-3900 EMAIL: j_meston@primecorp.net BOOTH: 39

PHONE: (306) 861-8116

PROCON SYSTEMS (2013) INC

FAX: (780) 463-9800 CONTACT: Tonya Mokelki EMAIL: tmokelki@plainsmanmfg.com WEBSITE: www.plainsmanmfg.com BOOTH: 52 PRODUCT/SERVICE: We manufacture & distribute products for oilfield produc-

700-2010 11 Ave Regina SK S4P 0J3 PHONE: (306) 206-2727 CONTACT: Matt Dawidowski EMAIL: mdawidowski@ proconsystems.com WEBSITE: www.proconsystems.com

PROGRESSIVE WASTE SOLUTIONS CANADA INC PO Box 10 Gladmar SK S0C 1C0 PHONE: (306) 969-4427 FAX: (306) 969-4329 CONTACT: Gord Machon EMAIL: gord.machon@ progressivewaste.com WEBSITE: www.progressive waste.com BOOTH: 623

PURECHEM SERVICES 1400-700 4 Ave SW Calgary AB T2P 3J4 PHONE: (587) 233-4298 FAX: (587) 233-4233 CONTACT: Kim Fitzmaurice EMAIL: kim.fitzmaurice@ purechemservices.com WEBSITE: www.purechem services.com BOOTH: McFadden Building PRODUCT/SERVICE: PureChem Services is a key player in the production chemical business. Our proven track record of developing customized chemical solutions and delivering outstanding results makes us the best candidate to lower your total cost of operations while optimizing production. Contact us today to get our technical experts working for you.

PYRAMID CORPORATION 6304 56 St Lloydminster AB T9V 3B2 PHONE: (780) 875-6644 CONTACT: Ryan Saxon EMAIL: debbie.magistad@pyramidcorporation.com WEBSITE: www.pyramid corporation.com BOOTH: 6

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QUANTUM SUPPLY LTD (QSL) 300-840 6 Ave SW Calgary AB T2P 3E5 PHONE: (403) 930-1930 FAX: (403) 265-3783 CONTACT: Chris Skelding EMAIL: chriss@quantumltd.com CONTACT: Russ Martin EMAIL: russellm@quantumltd.com CONTACT: Brad Alexander EMAIL: brad.alexander@ quantumltd.com WEBSITE: www.quantumltd.com BOOTH: 37 PRODUCT/SERVICE: Quantum Supply Ltd. (QSL) is a stocking distributor and manufacturer of valve, valve automation and well service products for the energy industry.

RASCO FR 1372 Mountain Ave Winnipeg MB R2X 3A3 PHONE: (844) 997-2726 CONTACT: David Thomas EMAIL: davet@rascofr.com WEBSITE: www.rascofr.ca BOOTH: 8 PRODUCT/SERVICE: Rasco FR is an industry leading manufacturer of FR and NON-FR ppe. With Canadian distribution based in Winnipeg along with U.S. distribution based in Baton Rouge, we can service customers North American wide.

REBEL VAC SYSTEMS 7911 Edgar Industrial Dr Red Deer AB T4P 3R2 PHONE: (403) 314-2265 CELLULAR: (403) 373-2006 FAX: (403) 314-2249 CONTACT: Duane Hirsekorn EMAIL: duane@rebelvac.ca WEBSITE: www.rebelvac.ca BOOTH: 405 PRODUCT/SERVICE: We manufacture several types of vacuum trucks for transporting dangerous goods, fluids, wastes and solids; cleaning up spills; cleaning out tanks; and disposing of septic materials. All units, such as vacuum equipment, hydrovac units, combinations, trailermounted units and specialty equipment, are easy to use and powerful enough for the toughest jobs.

REDHEAD EQUIPMENT LTD PO Box 32098 Regina SK S4N 7L2 PHONE: (306) 721-2666 FAX: (306) 721-2899 CONTACT: Todd Wiome EMAIL: todd.wiome@redhead equipment.ca WEBSITE: www.redhead equipment.ca BOOTH: 400, 401 PRODUCT/SERVICE: As one of Saskatchewan’s largest heavy equipment dealers, we do whatever it takes to provide and service the brands of

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construction, truck and trailer, and agricultural equipment our customers trust. With seven provincial locations, we are the exclusive Saskatchewan dealer of Mack trucks, CASE and Volvo Construction equipment.

REFINED WEYBURN 20 Zabel Bay Weyburn SK S4H 2R4 PHONE: (306) 861-1255 CELLULAR: (306) 551-4789 CONTACT: Britany Watson EMAIL: refined.britany@gmail.com CONTACT: Brooke Watson BOOTH: 103

REVOLUTION INDUSTRIAL EQUIPMENT CO 121 Logan Cres Regina SK S4S 5P7 PHONE: (306) 539-8775 CONTACT: Dan Woynarski EMAIL: revolutionequipment@ sasktel.net WEBSITE: www.revolution equipmentco.com BOOTH: 458 PRODUCT/SERVICE: Hydrovac, vacuum, steam and pressure wash equipment and parts. Hose and fittings, bulk oil, batteries, blower and vacuum pump sales and service, boilers, high-pressure pumps, turbo nozzles, Power Up Lubricants, GT Gravel Trailers, Glendale water and Vacuum service bodies, RingO-Matic and Supervac2000 products.

RITCHIE BROS AUCTIONEERS Site 412 Box 260 RR 4 Saskatoon SK S7K 3J7 CELLULAR: (306) 657-4009 FAX: (306) 933-2255 CONTACT: Avril Arthur EMAIL: aarthur@rbauction.com WEBSITE: www.rbauction.com BOOTH: 84 PRODUCT/SERVICE: Ritchie Bros. is the world’s largest industrial auctioneer. From humble beginnings we’ve grown to serve equipment buyers and sellers all over the world. How? By staying focused on great customer service and our commitment to unreserved public auctions.

R&R TANK AND EQUIPMENT RENTALS LTD PO Box 942 Estevan SK S4A 2A7 PHONE: (306) 634-4836 CONTACT: Ryan Saxon EMAIL: ryansaxon@sasktel.net WEBSITE: www.rrtank.ca BOOTH: 501

SAFE-TEE MANAGEMENT PO Box 209 Oxbow SK S0C 2B0 PHONE: (306) 483-2480 FAX: (306) 483-2164

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CONTACT: Shirley Galloway EMAIL: s.galloway@sasktel.net WEBSITE: www.safe-tee.com BOOTH: 1 PRODUCT/SERVICE: Safe-Tee Management is Saskatchewan’s most comprehensive occupational health and safety service. Our staff of regisered nurses, safety professionals, paramedics and support staff are all experts in their fields. We offer health and safety program development, COR/SECOR development & implementation, safety training, hearing testing, fit testing, preemployment medicals, SGI driver medicals, drug and alcohol testing (DOT & non-DOT), industrial hygiene services, on-site safety coordinators for projects and turnarounds, and mobile treatment units with paramedics. Visit our website at www.safe-tee.com for our full list of services.

SANJEL ENERGY SERVICES INC 1400-700 9 Ave SW Calgary AB T2P 3V4 PHONE: (403) 269-1420 FAX: (403) 290-6547 CONTACT: Gerald Murphy CONTACT: Murray Bickley EMAIL: mbickley@sanjel.com WEBSITE: www.sanjel.com BOOTH: 534 PRODUCT/SERVICE: Sanjel Energy Services is a new, privately owned cementing and acidizing company. Sanjel Energy maintains the largest cementing and acidizing fleet in combination with the most complete service footprint in western Canada. This, coupled with decades of technical expertise, the most complete cementing database, and fit-for-purpose in-house fleet, makes Sanjel Energy Services Canada’s industry leader.

SASK BATTERY DISTRIBUTORS INC 1444 A Lorne St Regina SK S4R 2K4 PHONE: (306) 791-9844 TOLL FREE: (855) 791-9844 EMAIL: saskbattery@live.ca WEBSITE: www.saskbattery.com BOOTH: 26

SASKATCHEWAN MINISTRY OF THE ECONOMY 2103 11 Ave Regina SK S4P 3Z8 PHONE: (306) 787-5578 CONTACT: Regan Halbert EMAIL: regan.halbert@gov.sk.ca WEBSITE: www.saskatchewan.ca/ invest BOOTH: 263 PRODUCT/SERVICE: Saskatchewan offers a stable investment climate, efficient regulatory framework, competitive tax and royalty system. Visit booth #263 to learn more about the province’s diverse energy sector.

SASKATCHEWAN RESEARCH COUNCIL (SRC) 125-15 Innovation Blvd Saskatoon SK S7N 2X8 PHONE: (306) 933-5400 FAX: (306) 933-7446 CONTACT: Lindsay Jackiw EMAIL: lindsay.jackiw@src.sk.ca WEBSITE: www.src.sk.ca BOOTH: 207, 509 PRODUCT/SERVICE: The Saskatchewan Research Council (SRC) is one of Canada’s leading providers of applied research, development and demonstration (RD&D) and technology commercialization. SRC’s Energy and Environmental teams work to find ways to meet increasing demands for energy production, conservation and efficiency, while creating sustainable solutions to environmental challenges faced by the oil and gas industry.

SASKATCHEWAN SAFETY COUNCIL 445 Hoffer Dr Regina SK S4N 6E2 PHONE: (306) 757-3197 FAX: (306) 569-1907 CONTACT: Ryan Jacobson EMAIL: rjacobson@sasksafety.org WEBSITE: www.sasksafety.org BOOTH: 284 PRODUCT/SERVICE: When experience matters, the Saskatchewan Safety Council is there to provide the most current safety training in Saskatchewan. Contact us today to see how we can help you with all of your safety training needs.

SASKPOWER CORPORATION PO Box 1310 Estevan SK S4A 2K9 PHONE: (306) 637-4253 FAX: (306) 637-4251 CONTACT: Dale Whitfield EMAIL: dwhitfield@saskpower.com WEBSITE: www.saskpower.com BOOTH: 23 PRODUCT/SERVICE: Fly Ash. CO2. Sulphuric Acid.

SASKTEL 2121 Saskatchewan Dr Regina SK S4P 3Y2 PHONE: (306) 777-8330 FAX: (306) 535-0099 CONTACT: Sarah Boychuk EMAIL: sarah.boychuk@sasktel.com WEBSITE: www.sasktel.com/business BOOTH: 16 PRODUCT/SERVICE: SaskTel is committed to supporting Saskatchewan businesses with our full suite of communication, collaboration, and IT services. We invest in Saskatchewan, helping foster long term-term growth, and building a landscape where Saskatchewan businesses can succeed now and into the future. Look for SaskTel on LinkedIn or at @SaskTelBusiness on Twitter.


E XHIBITOR LISTINGS SECURE ENVIRO SYSTEMS LTD 3807 47 Ave Stettler AB T0C 2L0 PHONE: (403) 742-6607 EMAIL: secureenviro@gmail.com BOOTH: 98

SELECT ENERGY SYSTEMS INC 4215 54 Ave SE Calgary AB T2C 2A2 PHONE: (403) 243-7542 FAX: (403) 640-0234 CONTACT: Neil Beckett EMAIL: nbeckett@selectesi.com WEBSITE: www.selectesi.com BOOTH: 238

SHAWCOR 2200-333 7 Ave SW Calgary AB T2P 2Z1 PHONE: (403) 218-8224 CONTACT: Kevin Daae CONTACT: Stephanie O’Born EMAIL: stephanie.oborn@ shawcor.com WEBSITE: www.shawcor.com BOOTH: 451

SHERMCO INDUSTRIES CANADA 1033 Kearns Cres Regina SK S4P 3B2 PHONE: (306) 949-8131 FAX: (306) 522-9181 WEBSITE: www.shermco.com BOOTH: 515

SHOWA 253 Michaud St Coaticook QC J1A 1A9 PHONE: (819) 849-6381

SMART POWER SYSTEMS CORP PO Box 713 Estevan SK S4A 2A6 PHONE: (306) 421-2333 CONTACT: Trevor Goetz EMAIL: trevor@smartpower systems.ca WEBSITE: www.smartpower systems.ca BOOTH: 452 PRODUCT/SERVICE: Generator rentals.

SOUTH SASK RATHOLE LTD PO Box 1052 Weyburn SK S4H 2L3 PHONE: (306) 842-1868 FAX: (306) 842-2039 CONTACT: Bruce Hodgkin EMAIL: brucehodgkin@hotmail.com CONTACT: Tracy Hodgkin EMAIL: thodgkin@sasktel.net WEBSITE: www.southsaskrathole.ca BOOTH: 524 PRODUCT/SERVICE: Setting of conductor barrels, dig rathole and mouseholes. Piles and caisson drilling.

SOUTHEAST COLLEGE

FAX: (819) 849-6120 CONTACT: Terry Smith EMAIL: tsmith@showagroup.com WEBSITE: www.showagroup.com BOOTH: 13 PRODUCT/SERVICE: SHOWA is synonymous with the highest degree of hand protection and innovation. Pioneering revolutionary technology, we’ve forever changed and improved our industry with over 1,800 gloves meticulously engineered for excellence. Down to every fiber, our gloves are created better to perform better, unleashing new potential for hands at work.

PO Box 1565 Weyburn SK S4H 0T1 PHONE: (306) 637-6101

SIMARK CONTROLS LTD

309-4246 Albert St Regina SK S4S 3R9 PHONE: (306) 371-2478

10509 46 St SE Calgary AB T2C 5C2 PHONE: (403) 236-0580

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oriented, “value-added distributing company” specializing in the sales and service of high-quality instrumentation, automation and power products. General Monitors—gas/flame detection, Invensys Foxboro—measurement/instrumentation, ABB—low/medium voltage drives, Southwest Electric—specialty transformers, CSE Semaphore—RTU/ SCADA, OleumTech—wireless instrumentation, Simark Controls—turbine meters/totalizers.

FAX: (403) 279-6553 CONTACT: Samantha Wheeler EMAIL: samantha.wheeler@ simark.com CONTACT: Celeste Howe EMAIL: celeste.howe@simark.com WEBSITE: www.simark.com BOOTH: 74 PRODUCT/SERVICE: Simark Controls is a 100% Canadian-owned, service-

FAX: (306) 848-2524 CONTACT: Sheena Onrait EMAIL: sonrait@southeastcollege.org WEBSITE: www.southeastcollege.org BOOTH: 438 PRODUCT/SERVICE: Over 40 years of trusted & proven safety training services with locations in Estevan, Weyburn, Moosomin & Assiniboia.

SOUTHEAST SASKATCHEWAN AIRSHED ASSOCIATION (SESAA)

FAX: (306) 652-0782 CONTACT: Terry Gibson EMAIL: tg4air@sasktel.net WEBSITE: www.sesaa.ca BOOTH: 281 PRODUCT/SERVICE: SESAA is a collaborative group of industry, nongovernment organizations, government and private citizens. SESAA was established in 2005 with a mandate to collect credible, scientifically defensible air qual-

ity data and to make this data available to the public. We also provide a forum for open communication of air quality concerns among all sectors of society. Membership in the airshed association is currently voluntary, with emitting members sharing funding responsibilities for monitoring programs and studies.

SPARTAN CONTROLS LTD 305 27 St SE Calgary AB T2A 7V2 PHONE: (403) 207-0700 FAX: (403) 207-0842 CONTACT: Samantha Preston EMAIL: preston.samantha@ spartancontrols.com WEBSITE: www.spartancontrols.com BOOTH: 77

SPEARING SERVICE LP PO Box 83 Oxbow SK S0C 2B0 PHONE: (306) 483-2848 FAX: (306) 483-2910 CONTACT: Ken McClement EMAIL: kmcclement@ spearingservice.com CONTACT: Jason Schmecht EMAIL: jschmecht@ spearingservice.com

WEBSITE: www.spearingservice.com BOOTH: 434, 435 PRODUCT/SERVICE: Spearing Service LP provides highly trained personnel and specifically designed equipment to our customers in the oilfield. Spearing’s fleet includes sour sealed tankers, hot oilers, combo vacs, steamers, frac tanks, super heaters, fresh water trailers, and winch tractors. Spearing is very active in crossborder fluid transportation both into the US and into Canada.

SPECTRUM INDUSTRIAL AUTOMATICS LTD 27312-84 TWP 394 Blackfalds AB T0M 0J0 PHONE: (403) 885-5566 FAX: (403) 885-2556 CONTACT: Blair Henry EMAIL: sales@siautomatics.com WEBSITE: www.siautomatics.com BOOTH: 60 PRODUCT/SERVICE: Specializing in service, parts & sales of industrial automatic & powershift transmissions. Exceptional warranty and technical assistance available.

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STERLING TRUCK & TRAILER SALES LTD 762 McDonald St Regina SK S4N 7M7 PHONE: (306) 525-0466 FAX: (306) 352-7011 CONTACT: Aaron Bartoshewski EMAIL: aaronb@saskvolvo.com WEBSITE: www.sterling truckandtrailer.ca BOOTH: 503 PRODUCT/SERVICE: Full truck & trailer sales, part & service. Selling Volvo heavy trucks, Hino, medium-duty trucks, Felling custom trailers, Renn gravel trailers, & Featherlite stock aluminum trailers.

STEVEN MACGREGOR 9804 54 Ave Edmonton AB T6B 0J4 PHONE: (780) 438-0483 CONTACT: Deanna Stewart EMAIL: steven@cppdist.com BOOTH: 65

STEWART STEEL INC PO Box 1087 Weyburn SK S4H 2L3 PHONE: (306) 842-4411 FAX: (306) 848-3519 CONTACT: Deanna Stewart EMAIL: dstewart@stewartsteel.com WEBSITE: www.stewartsteel.com BOOTH: 11, 432

STREAM-FLO INDUSTRIES LTD 4505 74 Ave Edmonton AB T6B 2H5 PHONE: (780) 468-6789 FAX: (780) 469-7724 WEBSITE: www.streamflo.com BOOTH: 234, 235

SUMMIT ESP 7101 39 St Leduc AB T9E 0R8 PHONE: (780) 612-2700 FAX: (780) 612-2720 CONTACT: Brendon Billings EMAIL: bbillings@summitesp.com CONTACT: John Hedges EMAIL: jhedges@summitesp.com WEBSITE: www.summitesp.com BOOTH: 204, 205 PRODUCT/SERVICE: Summit provides a wide range of products and services to meet your ESP and HPS needs, including application engineering and equipment design, reliability engineering, equipment service and installation, equipment testing and repair, well testing, mobile test trailers, cable spooling and repair.

CONTACT: Jeff Carratt EMAIL: jcarratt@summitls.ca WEBSITE: www.summitls.ca BOOTH: 70

SWAGELOK CENTRAL CANADA 118 Commerce Dr Winnipeg MB R3P 0Z6 PHONE: (204) 633-4446 FAX: (204) 633-4484 CONTACT: Sean Unrau EMAIL: sean.unrau@swagelok.com CONTACT: Claudette LeBlanc EMAIL: claudette.leblanc@ swagelok.com WEBSITE: www.swagelok.com BOOTH: 530

SWAYZE CONCRETE LTD PO Box 563 Weyburn SK S4H 2K7 PHONE: (306) 842-6558 FAX: (306) 842-0414 CONTACT: Ryan Swayze EMAIL: rdswayze@swayzecon.com WEBSITE: www.swayzes.ca BOOTH: 535

TARPON ENERGY SERVICES 617 Government Rd Weyburn SK S4H 2B3 PHONE: (306) 636-2525 EMAIL: eric.kesslering@gmail.com BOOTH: 613

TELEMATIC CONTROLS INC 3364 114 Ave SE Calgary AB T2Z 3V6 PHONE: (403) 253-7939 FAX: (403) 255-0042 WEBSITE: www.telematic.com BOOTH: 229

THIRSTY BIRD PUMPJACK SALES & SERVICE PO Box 1766 Estevan SK S4A 1C8 PHONE: (306) 636-2473 EMAIL: tim.miller@sasktel.net BOOTH: 512

THRU TUBING SOLUTIONS Estevan SK PHONE: (306) 634-4001

SUMMIT LIABILITY SOLUTIONS INC

FAX: (306) 634-4204 CONTACT: Derek Finkel EMAIL: dfinkel@thrutubing.com WEBSITE: www.thrutubing.com BOOTH: 94, 95 PRODUCT/SERVICE: Completion solutions, contingency operations, engineering solutions, production operations, E-Wrench, E-Vise, HydraSet Jar, downhole tools.

110-855 42 Ave SE Calgary AB T2G 1Y8 PHONE: (403) 802-3633

TITAN ENVIRONMENTAL CONTAINMENT LTD

FAX: (403) 802-3634

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PO Box 868 White City SK S4L 5B1

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PHONE: (306) 585-1215 CONTACT: Jaret Resler EMAIL: jaret.resler@titanenviro.ca WEBSITE: www.titanenviro.ca BOOTH: 67

TOPCO OILSITE PRODUCTS LTD 7-3401 19 St NE Calgary AB T2E 6S8 PHONE: (403) 219-0255 FAX: (780) 719-5433 CONTACT: Jason Garries EMAIL: ryan.goudie@topcooilsite.com WEBSITE: www.topcooilsite.com BOOTH: 602

TOTAL OILFIELD RENTALS LP PO Box 428 Midale SK S0C 1S0 PHONE: (306) 458-2811 FAX: (306) 458-2813 CONTACT: Jeff Robinson EMAIL: jrobinson@totaloilfield.ca EMAIL: midale@totaloilfield.ca WEBSITE: www.totaloilfield.ca BOOTH: 514 PRODUCT/SERVICE: Total Oilfield Rentals LP is engaged in the rental and transportation of drilling, completion and production equipment to the oil and natural gas industry throughout western Canada and as of just recently, the northern oil and gas sector of the United States, which includes a branch in Minot, ND.

TRANSCOURT TANK LEASING 206-2421 Bristol Circle Oakville ON L6H 5S9 PHONE: (905) 338-5744 FAX: (905) 338-5546 CONTACT: Kevin Quick EMAIL: kquick@transcourt.com WEBSITE: www.transcourt.com BOOTH: 622 PRODUCT/SERVICE: Transcourt provides leasing and long-term rental solutions demanded by the liquid and dry bulk tanker market in North America. Our fleet includes new and used stainless steel chemical trailers, aluminum crude oil and petroleum tankers, pneumatic dry bulkers, FRP/412 and propane/LPG units.

TREMCAR INC PO Box 964 Weyburn SK S4H 2L2 PHONE: (306) 842-6100 FAX: (306) 842-6101 CONTACT: Suzanna Nostadts EMAIL: nostadts@tremcar.com WEBSITE: www.tremcar.com BOOTH: 403, 404 PRODUCT/SERVICE: Tanker trailer repair shop, testing B620 PIVK and Saskatchewan government insurance inspections. Parts sales and trailer sales, hose testings, tagging, and certification and steaming.

TRILOGY OILFIELD LTD PO Box 716 Weyburn SK S4H 2K8 PHONE: (306) 842-3322 FAX: (306) 842-2821 CONTACT: Greg Fortune EMAIL: shebear3@telus.net WEBSITE: www.trilogyrentals.ca BOOTH: 202 PRODUCT/SERVICE: Oilfield tool-rental business, power swivels, mud motors, fishing services, handling equipment, drill collars, RS100s, as well as competent, experienced tool hands.

TROJAN SAFETY SERVICES 1795 1 Ave NE Weyburn SK S4H 3E8 PHONE: (306) 842-4400 FAX: (306) 842-4433 CONTACT: Debbie Cossar EMAIL: scleasby@trojansafety.com WEBSITE: www.trojansafety.com BOOTH: 528, 529

TS&M SUPPLY 803 Railway Ave Weyburn SK S4H 3N7 PHONE: (306) 842-4604 FAX: (306) 842-0535 CONTACT: Pete Anderson EMAIL: pete.anderson@nov.com WEBSITE: www.tsmsupply.com BOOTH: 267, 268, 269, 292 PRODUCT/SERVICE: Petroleum and industrial supplies: pipe, valves, fittings, specialities, Centron Fibreglass line pipe and downhole tubing, sucker rods, bottomhole pumps, meter and treater parts, repair meters, pumps and valves, fire extinguishers and safety supplies.

TUNDRA ENERGY MARKETING LTD 402 Kensington Ave Estevan SK S4A 2K9 PHONE: (306) 636-5640 FAX: (306) 636-7227 WEBSITE: www.teml.com BOOTH: 273

TUNDRA PROCESS SOLUTIONS LTD 3200 118 Ave SE Calgary AB T2Z 3X1 PHONE: (403) 255-5222 FAX: (403) 253-4448 WEBSITE: www.tundrasolutions.ca BOOTH: 241, 242

UNITED RENTALS 2921 Millar Ave Saskatoon SK S7K 6P6 PHONE: (306) 934-1862 EMAIL: lryland@ur.com WEBSITE: www.ur.com BOOTH: 58


E XHIBITOR LISTINGS

VANKO ANALYTICAL & INSTRUMENTATION SPECIALISTS 4408 51 Ave NW Edmonton AB T6B 2W2 PHONE: (780) 436-0281 FAX: (780) 436-0283 CONTACT: Chris Kozak EMAIL: chrisk@vanko.net WEBSITE: www.vanko.net BOOTH: 256 PRODUCT/SERVICE: Western Canadian based manufacturer’s representative with offices in Edmonton, Calgary, Winnipeg, Saskatoon, Vancouver. Level controls, nuclear density and interface measurements, watercut technologies, gas detection, ultrasonic and primary flow elements, intrinsic safety, analytical measurements.

VIRTUS GROUP LLP 200-2208 Scarth St Regina SK S4P 2J6 PHONE: (306) 522-6500 FAX: (306) 522-6222 CONTACT: Jerry Rieger EMAIL: jrieger@virtusgroup.ca WEBSITE: www.virtusgroup.ca BOOTH: 290 PRODUCT/SERVICE: Oil and gas industry services. Assurance and audit. Corporate and personal tax. Tax planning. Succession planning and business advisory.

WARNER INDUSTRIES 330 4 Ave E Regina SK S4N 4Z6 PHONE: (306) 359-1930 FAX: (306) 359-3453 CONTACT: Karlie Chatterson EMAIL: karliechatterson@ warnerindusries.ca WEBSITE: www.warnerindustries.ca BOOTH: 426, 427, 428, 429 PRODUCT/SERVICE: Freightliner trucks and Doepker trailers (grain, gravel, flat decks, step decks, equipment trailers, and oilfield trailers). New and used trucks and trailers.

WATERFLOOD PRODUCTION SYSTEMS LTD PO Box 1490 Estevan SK S4A 2L7 PHONE: (306) 636-5500 FAX: (306) 634-7887 CONTACT: Dave Heier EMAIL: dave@waterflood.com CONTACT: Brian Morrissey EMAIL: brian.morrissey@ waterflood.com WEBSITE: www.waterflood.com BOOTH: 282 PRODUCT/SERVICE: New product: ALX pump jacks. Gardner Denver: production, well service, drilling pumps. Rotary screw compressor, turnkey skids, vapour-recovery compressors, water injection and disposal systems, rental pumps. Parts and expendables

for all brands of pumps. Service trucks and machine shops in Estevan, Taber, Edmonton and Lloydminster. AutoCAD, engineered design and fabrication centre in Estevan.

WEATHERFORD CANADA LTD 1200-333 5 Ave SW Calgary AB T2P 3B6 PHONE: (403) 693-7500 FAX: (403) 693-7724 WEBSITE: www.weatherford.com BOOTH: 237

WEIR SEABOARD 116 Supreme St Estevan SK PHONE: (306) 634-6325 FAX: (306) 634-6326 CONTACT: Lyle Grube EMAIL: lyle.grube@weirseaboard.com WEBSITE: www.weiroilandgas.com BOOTH: 261, 262

WESTECH INDUSTRIAL LTD 5636 Burbank Cres SE Calgary AB T2H 1Z6 PHONE: (403) 252-8803 FAX: (403) 253-6803 CONTACT: Derek Unger EMAIL: derek.unger@ westech-ind.com WEBSITE: www.westech-ind.com BOOTH: 48 PRODUCT/SERVICE: Net Safety. Honeywell. Pentair.

WESTERN OILFIELD SPECIALTIES CORP 7108 56 Ave NW Edmonton AB T6B 1E4 PHONE: (780) 437-7733 FAX: (780) 437-7792 CONTACT: Darryl Forster EMAIL: darryl.forster@ westernoilfield.com WEBSITE: www.westernoilfield specialties.com BOOTH: 18, 19 PRODUCT/SERVICE: Featuring the DCI Pumping Unit Shock Absorber, JWD No-Tap Tool, Shear Couplings, PCC Stuffing Box Containment and Load Line Containers, Browring On/Off Tools, Odessa, Separator Sand Screens, Darcova Cone Packings and Seatings Cups and Skinner Bros Wellhead Equipment.

WEYBURN CREDIT UNION PO Box 1117 Weyburn SK S4H 2L3 PHONE: (306) 842-9511 FAX: (306) 842-2135 CONTACT: Randy Geisler EMAIL: randy.geisler@ weyburn.cu.sk.ca CONTACT: Mel Hoffman EMAIL: mel.hoffman@ weyburn.cu.sk.ca WEBSITE: www.weyburncu.ca

BOOTH: 610 PRODUCT/SERVICE: Complete oilfield financial services. Financing for exploration or investment in wells and production, equipment, expansion or new ventures. Deposit services. Group RRSPs.

WEYBURN FIRE BRIGADE 55 16 St NE Weyburn SK PHONE: (306) 848-3240 FAX: (306) 842-1766 CONTACT: Fire Chief Simon Almond EMAIL: salmond@weyburn.ca WEBSITE: www.weyburnfire.com BOOTH: 412 PRODUCT/SERVICE: Municipal fire service offering public eduction, fire prevention, fire inspection & investigation, and emergency response to the city of Weyburn & surrounding area.

WEYBURN REGIONAL ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT 11 3 St NE Weyburn SK S4H 0W1 PHONE: (306) 842-4738 FAX: (306) 842-0520 EMAIL: twalkeden@weyburn economicdevelopment.com WEBSITE: www.weyburn economicdevelopment.com BOOTH: 102

WILDWOOD TRANSPORT INC 100 Oakland Rd Oak Bluff MB R4G 0A4 PHONE: (800) 668-4565 EMAIL: matt.holland@wildwood transport.com WEBSITE: www.wildwood transport.com BOOTH: 97

WIL-TECH INDUSTRIES LTD PO Box 1147 Estevan SK S4A 2H7 PHONE: (306) 634-6743 FAX: (306) 634-5871 CONTACT: Jim Wilson EMAIL: jim.wilson@wil-tech.ca CONTACT: Crystal Wilson EMAIL: crystal.wilson@wil-tech.ca WEBSITE: www.wil-tech.ca BOOTH: 417, 418 PRODUCT/SERVICE: Wil-Tech is a supplier of hydraulics and industrial products to the oilfield service industry. Offering design, fabrication and repair of hydraulic systems. With in-shop or mobile repairs and testing of pumps, motors, cylinders, valves and hoses. Wil-Tech is the only provider of perforating and wireline products in southeast Saskatchewan.

CONTACT: Trevor Winacott EMAIL: t.winacott@winacott.ca WEBSITE: www.winacott.ca BOOTH: 518, 519, 520 PRODUCT/SERVICE: We sell Western Star trucks and Hyundai construction equipment as well as Cancade and Doepker trailers. We service all types of trucks and trailers and have a complete parts department.

WSP CANADA INC 333 Park St Regina SK S4N 5B2 PHONE: (306) 586-0837 FAX: (306) 586-3105 CONTACT: Ben Hebert EMAIL: ben.hebert@focus.ca WEBSITE: www.wsp-pb.com BOOTH: 79

XPLORNET COMMERCIAL SERVICES 204 Cardinal Cres Saskatoon SK S7L 6H8 PHONE: (306) 657-3150 FAX: (306) 955-3148 CONTACT: Kurtis Tabashniuk EMAIL: kurtis.tabashniuk@ corp.xplornet.com CONTACT: Calvin Smith EMAIL: calvin.smith@ corp.xplornet.com WEBSITE: www.xplornet.com BOOTH: 213 PRODUCT/SERVICE: Dedicated Internet. Remote Network Solutions. Field Support. Custom Solutions. Dedicated Network Operations.

ZEE MEDICAL SERVICE CO 12-3111 Millar Ave Saskatoon SK S7K 6N3 PHONE: (306) 933-4681 FAX: (306) 975-0096 CONTACT: Ron Hoffman EMAIL: zeemedical@sasktel.net WEBSITE: www.zeemedical.com BOOTH: 223 PRODUCT/SERVICE: We strive to provide high-quality first aid, safety and emergency products delivered in a way that meets each customer’s needs. Our products and services increase workplace safety and compliance. With Zee Medical, our customers know they are prepared to handle anything, from a minor injury to a major emergency.

ZIMCO GAUGE & VALVES LTD 5631 Burbank Rd SE Calgary AB T2H 1Z5 PHONE: (403) 253-8320 FAX: (403) 253-9221 WEBSITE: www.zimco.ca BOOTH: 61, 62

WINACOTT EQUIPMENT GROUP 1522 Ross Ave E Regina SK S4N 7A3 PHONE: (306) 525-2777 FAX: (306) 525-3400

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Where the petroleum industry spent its money in Saskatchewan (2015) ($ millions) Field equipment 1,467.6

EOR 198.3

Gas plants 48.5

Geological and geophysical 40.9

Total 171.5

Land 87.0

Drilling 2,524.0

Total 4,238.4

Drilling 43.5

DEVELOPMENT

EXPLORATION

Total 8,091.4

OPERATING

Wells and flow lines, etc. 2,596.6

Total 2,718.9

ROYALTIES* Gas plants 122.3

Total 962.6

* Net of incentive credits NOTE: Net Cash Expenditures, except for royalties, do not include inter-industry transactions. SOURCE: CAPP

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