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junewarren-nickle’s energy group 2011-2012

Catalogue the most trusted source for energy information in canada


General Contact Phone: Edmonton 1.800.563.2946 Calgary

1.800.387.2446

Email:

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Product Index About Us Custom & Contract Publishing Directories Canadian Oil Register Canadian Oilfield Service & Supply Directory Education & Training Oilpatch 101 Oilsands 101 Oilpatch EX Events & Conferences Annual Report Awards Oilsands Banquet Producer of the Year and Supplier of the Year Rising Stars Speaker Series Top 100 Breakfast Magazines Alberta Construction Magazine New Technology Magazine Oil & Gas Inquirer Oilsands Review Oilweek Profiler

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Mapping JWN Maps & Charts The Oilfield Atlas Newspapers & Newsletters Daily Oil Bulletin Energize Alberta Reports & Data Sets Data Central Oil & Gas Statistics Quarterly Petroleum Explorer Petroleum Ownership Structures POST Report Rig Locator Special Issues Air Water Land Canadian Oilpatch Technology Guidebook & Directory Heavy Oil & Oilsands Guidebook Oilweek East Coast Special Issue Unconventional Gas Guide Digital Editions Index Website Index

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Note: All information presented in the JuneWarren-Nickle’s Energy Group Product Catalogue 2011-2012 was current as of print date February 2011, and is subject to change without any notice. All prices are listed in Canadian dollars.

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About Us Over 70 years of publishing excellence. JuneWarren-Nickle’s Energy Group is Canada’s oldest and most recognized energy publishing house. Providing authoritative print and online publications, data sets, maps, charts and directories, we are the Canadian leaders in oil and gas and construction publishing. Our flagship products, the Daily Oil Bulletin and Oilweek, were launched in 1937 and 1948, respectively, and for over 70 years have continued to provide relevant and extensive coverage of the upstream oil and gas industry. For over 30 years, our Canadian Oilfield Service and Supply Directory has been the most comprehensive directory of its kind, connecting buyers to sellers across the Western Canadian Sedimentary Basin, while the Canadian Oil Register recently celebrated 60 years as one of the industry’s most vital reference publications. Throughout the history of the Canadian oilpatch, our publications have been there, telling the stories and making the connections.

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Previously known as JuneWarren Publishing and Nickle’s Energy Group, JuneWarren-Nickle’s Energy Group was formed in 2008, following the purchase of JuneWarren Publishing

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by Glacier Media Inc., a Vancouverbased multimedia corporation. Today, JuneWarren-Nickle’s Energy Group is more than just the sum of its parts, having successfully expanded beyond

traditional print media to include digital and online products, video opportunities and events, as well as a specialized custom publishing division.

As we continue to grow, our commitment to our readers and advertisers remains steadfast, our mission unwavering:

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To be the most trusted source of energy information in Canada.

General Contact Phone: Edmonton 1.800.563.2946 Calgary

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Email:

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Custom & Contract Publishing Custom & Contract Publishing From anniversary supplements and community profilers to show guides, JuneWarren-Nickle’s Energy Group can meet your custom publishing needs. Doing what we do best, JWN provides a turnkey solution to your publishing needs. From concepts and timelines, all the way through to print and distribution, we’ve got you covered. Our in-house editorial staff and team of multidisciplinary freelancers research and write the stories and our talented graphic artists and designers create the layouts that make the publications come alive. Working :magazines collaboratively with you and your team, we’ll deliver a high-quality custom publication, on time and on budget. Price :directories

Professional publishing doesn’t have to cost you an arm and a leg…that’s why JWN has developed two convenient payment models to suit your needs.

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Fee-Certain Design your ideal publication from a drop-down menu of publishing services, printing options and distribution services. Once you decide what you’d like, we can quickly turn around a quote for your custom publishing project. The best part is, once you sign off on your quote, that’s the price you pay. There are no increases along the way. Pay only for what you need, rather than for what you don’t want. We’ll customize our services to meet your publishing objectives. You’ll pay 25 per cent upon signing and the remainder upon receiving the printed product. Vendor-Supported This is an ideal choice for those clients who wish to create a publication that, based on its own merit, is sure :educationtraining to have broad support from the industry or community to which it’s targeted. JWN will work with you to create an advertising-supported publication that will be sold by our team of sales professionals. The revenues earned :mapping will either partially, or entirely, offset the costs that would otherwise be borne in the fee-certain model. You provide the list of potential buyers, and we’ll do :eventsconferences the selling for you. The end product is the same: a high‑quality custom publication.

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Circulation and Distribution Custom publications demand custom distribution options, and that’s what we offer. From printing a few hundred to several thousand copies of your publication, we work with our vast network of printers across the country to ensure the best-quality print jobs at optimal prices.

What our customers are saying Show Guides: “The event magazine has become an integral part of SEPAC’s Investor Showcase. The team at JuneWarren works very closely with us, every step of the way, to produce a professional product that we are proud of!” Michelle Chidley, Event & Communications Director, SEPAC

Looking to save a tree? No problem. JWN is no stranger to digital editions and will gladly provide you with a publication that you can post online or distribute digitally. Another advantage of having your custom publication published by JWN is our vast and established distribution channels. Whether you want to distribute your product with Oilweek, Oilsands Review or Alberta Construction Magazine, just to name a few, or to develop targeted mailing lists for recipients of your publication, we will work with you to meet your distribution needs. Our Offering Choose as much or as little from our menu of publishing options: • Writing • Photography • Editing • Design and Layout • Proofing • Printing • Concept Creation • Digital Edition • Art Direction • Sales • Illustration • Distribution

Industry Association Publications: “In 2010 the CHOA introduced the Journal of the Canadian Heavy Oil Association, published by JWN. The Journal is a very professional publication, and allows us to share with our members technical articles and general information in a timely way. We are pleased to partner with JWN to deliver this quality product to our members.” :magazines

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Maureen Armitage, Executive Director, CHOA

:directories Community Profilers: “Our experience with JuneWarren-Nickle’s Energy Group has been phenomenal. It is a relationship grounded in trust, respect and a mutual dedication to excellence that results in superior results. :newspapersnewsletters The first edition of Yours, Mine, Ours turned heads and achieved everything we had hoped, and more.” Russell Thomas, Director of Marketing & Communications, Keyano College

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If you're looking for someone to conduct seismic testing or you just need to find a hotel in Fort Nelson, then look no further than our directories—where energy companies turn to stay connected.

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Canadian Oil Register canadianoilregister.com Publisher:

Rob Pentney rpentney@junewarren-nickles.com

Advertising:

403.516.3476 adrequests@junewarren-nickles.com

Subscriptions: Dan Cole SalesSubscriptions@junewarren-nickles.com or online at canadianoilregister.com Related Interest for Readers and Advertisers: Canadian Oilfield Service and Supply Directory Petroleum Ownership Structures

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Reaching more than 16,000 key people in over 2,700 companies.

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The Canadian Oil Register provides fast, direct access to comprehensive listings of more than 2,700 companies participating directly or indirectly in Canada’s energy industry. Primarily focused on the exploration and production community, the Canadian Oil Register includes a Canadian Geographic Index, an International Geographic Index, Products and Services listings and a Who’s Who section, an alphabetical reference to over 16,000 key personnel affiliated with the companies listed in the Canadian Oil Register. Circulation and Distribution • The Canadian Oil Register is distributed throughout the Canadian oilpatch as well as into the United States and international marketplaces • Published in book form, the Canadian Oil Register is also available online and updated daily at canadianoilregister.com. Subscription Price • Print edition and online (1 workstation) $349 • Additional online subscriptions are also available: · 2-5 workstations $654 · 6-10 workstations $981

More online at canadianoilregister.com • Searchable in-depth corporate profiles • Weekly industry newsletter • Email alerts announcing mergers and acquisitions • Quarterly snapshot of explorer and producer activity • Operational statistics and financial summaries • Petroleum Ownership Structures for M&A and other significant events Frequency Annually (published in September) Why Canadian Oil Register? For over 60 years, the Canadian Oil Register has been recognized throughout the Canadian oilpatch as the foremost reference publication for detailed information on oil and gas and other industry-related companies; their key personnel, products and services; and financial and operational statistics. Each edition of the Canadian Oil Register is carefully checked by contacting all listed companies to ensure complete, accurate information. Save time and money with an easy-to-use format and indexes cross-referencing locations, people, products and services.

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Canadian Oilfield Service and Supply Directory The Buyer’s Guide for the Canadian Oil & Gas Industry cossd.com Publisher:

Agnes Zalewski azalewski@junewarren-nickles.com

Senior Publications Manager: Audrey Sprinkle asprinkle@junewarren-nickles.com Advertising Sales Director:

Rob Pentney rpentney@junewarren-nickles.com

Book or DVD Copies:

1.800.563.2946 or online at cossd.com

Related Interest for Readers and Advertisers: Canadian Oil Register Oil & Gas Inquirer

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The Canadian Oilfield Service and Supply Directory (COSSD) is Canada’s most comprehensive oilpatch directory and buyer’s guide, with a specific focus on service and supply companies operating in Canada’s Western Canadian Sedimentary Basin. First published in 1981, the COSSD has been connecting businesses, clients, products and services across the Canadian oil and gas industry for over 30 years. Frequency Annually (published in June) Circulation and Distribution • 70,000 copies of digital and print versions of the COSSD are delivered to companies throughout the oil and gas sector as well as related industries • Over 50,000 copies are hand-delivered across the Western Canadian Sedimentary Basin, demonstrating our integrity and commitment to our customers • The COSSD is distributed at major trade shows and conferences across Canada, with a new product release at the GO-Expo/Global Petroleum Show each June • The COSSD is available in six formats: BlackBerry, iPhone, Garmin GPS, online at cossd.com, DVD and print

Book Price • Complimentary* for those operating in the oil and gas industry in Canada • $65 for international orders and companies not directly involved in the oil and gas industry

*Plus shipping and handling

More online at cossd.com • The latest, most up-to-date listings, all easily searchable by category, keyword, company name or location • A special mapping feature that allows you to see the location of branches and head offices • Digital and GPS editions available for complimentary download • COSSD News, a monthly newsletter including articles keeping you informed of the latest trends and breaking news in the Canadian oilpatch

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Why COSSD? The COSSD, together with cossd.com, is the most widely used industry-accepted directory with more than 26,000 listings in over 1,900 specialized oilfield categories. With its distinctive yellow cover, the COSSD is instantly recognized by those operating in the Western Canadian Sedimentary Basin. Its unmatched track record of targeted distribution :magazines and market penetration make the COSSD the definitive guide to Canada’s oil and gas industry.

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After years of being the leading information provider in the Canadian oilpatch, JuneWarren-Nickle’s Energy Group is pleased to bring our vast array of expertise to the classroom. Whether you’re looking for an engaging introduction to the fundamentals of the industry or just continuing your oilpatch education, our experienced instructors are well poised to meet your learning needs.

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Delivering oil and gas courses specifically designed with the industry student in mind, we ensure your education experience includes the critical foundation required to understand the vast, complex and diverse oil and gas

industry. With these building blocks in place, you’ll then be able to expand on that knowledge with information garnered in the office or the field, through media or via other professional development opportunities.

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Our three oil and gas courses— Oilpatch 101, Oilsands 101 and Oilpatch EX—are comprehensive two‑day training courses, each with its own distinct focus and learning objectives in mind.

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Oilpatch 101 oilpatch101.com

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Registration:

Sandy Flaherty sflaherty@junewarren-nickles.com

Sales:

Rhonda Helmeczi rhelmeczi@junewarren-nickles.com

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Oilpatch 101 is a non-technical business fundamentals training course exclusively for those operating in, or in support of, the Canadian oil and gas industry. Developed with input from industry experts, this two-day course will introduce you to Canada’s complex and exciting oilpatch. Frequency • Taught on a monthly basis in Calgary (visit website for updated course listings) • Personalized course option for companies taught on location (minimum class size of 20) Target Audience This course is ideal for anyone who is new to the oil and gas industry and those who work in the oil and gas industry in professions not specifically related to oil and gas production and development (i.e., accounting, human resources), as well as those just looking for a refresher course.

Why Oilpatch 101? Learning through a combination of presentations, graphics, multimedia and hands-on activities, when you’ve finished this course, you will: • Understand the basic steps, technology and people involved in getting petroleum resources from the ground to the consumer. • Connect the petroleum industry to regional and global events, issues, and economics, and explore how the industry affects all Canadians. • Identify the names and roles of various organizations working in the Canadian oilpatch. • Recognize the value of your personal contribution to your employer and to the sustainability of the industry.

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Course Price • $895 per person • Multi-student rates available upon request • Includes continental breakfast and lunch both days, as well as reference and course materials

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Registration:

Sandy Flaherty sflaherty@junewarren-nickles.com

Sales:

Rhonda Helmeczi rhelmeczi@junewarren-nickles.com

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This two-day course provides a detailed and comprehensive introduction to Canada’s unconventional oil industry. The instruction begins with the history of the oilsands, and examines the downstream, midstream and upstream operations that differentiates oilsands production from conventional methods. Frequency • Taught on a monthly basis in Calgary (visit website for updated course listings) • Personalized course option for companies taught on location (minimum class size of 20) Target Audience This course is ideal for anyone who is new to the oilsands industry and those who work in the oilsands industry in professions not specifically related to oil and gas production and development (i.e., accounting, human resources). It is recommended that those without a petroleum background take Oilpatch 101 prior to taking Oilsands 101.

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Course Price • $895 per person • Multi-student rates available upon request • Includes: continental breakfast and lunch, as well as reference and course materials Why Oilsands 101? Learning through a combination of presentations, graphics, multimedia and hands-on activities, when you’ve finished this course, you will: • Recognize the importance of the oilsands in the global context. • Understand the oilsands production process from recovery to upgrading to transportation and refining. • Know the key players on the oilsands scene today, and be able to differentiate between mining and in situ projects. • Follow the history of the resource from Athabasca River “seeps” noted by European explorers in 1719 to today. • Understand the environmental impacts of the oilsands and what industry is doing to ensure sustainability.

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Oilpatch EX oilpatchex.com

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Sandy Flaherty sflaherty@junewarren-nickles.com

Sales:

Rhonda Helmeczi rhelmeczi@junewarren-nickles.com

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Oilpatch 101 Oilsands 101


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Oilpatch EX is an innovative new course that provides a comprehensive introduction to the oil and gas industry. Over two days, participants learn the value chain of the petroleum industry from end to end and enhance their knowledge of exploration, drilling and completion processes through e-learning modules. Finally, participants get a chance to apply the lessons learned in a team-based simulation in which they compete to find oil and gas prospects, drill wells and evaluate return on investment. Frequency • Taught on a monthly basis in Calgary (visit website for updated course listings) • Personalized course option for companies taught on location (minimum class size of 20) Target Audience This course is ideal for newcomers to the oil and gas industry working in technical or non-technical roles, as well as more experienced workers looking for a refresher. Even industry veterans will find that the course expands their knowledge of other sectors. Anyone who provides goods and services to the oil and gas industry or works in collaboration with the oilpatch will also greatly benefit from the course.

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Course Price • One person $1,295 • Three people $3,000 • Six people $5,000 • Includes continental breakfast and lunch both days, as well as reference and course materials Why Oilpatch EX? Bringing together lessons on the fundamentals of the oil and gas industry with an interactive simulation, this course will provide you the tools and knowledge needed to: • Describe how the industry impacts and is affected by global, regional and local dynamics • Articulate the industry value chain and its various people, process and technology components • Practice skills and new knowledge by interpreting exploration data to create drillable prospects • Appreciate the complexity and critical integration of the upstream, midstream and downstream sectors

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Throughout the year, JuneWarren-Nickle’s Energy Group proudly hosts a diverse range of oil and gas industry events. As the most trusted source of energy information in Canada, we’ve long been known for keeping the industry informed through our print and digital products. Now we offer a wide array of events designed to help extend your oil and gas knowledge, broaden your oil professional network, and celebrate the achievements of this industry and the people who make it great.

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Whether they be educational or celebratory, one thing about these events is consistent—JWN’s signature brand. You can count on our events to be elegant, lively affairs attended by a crowd of

industry insiders. It doesn’t matter if you’re honouring the new class of Oilweek Rising Stars, checking out the winning entries at the industry’s only annual report :magazines competition or learning about the

latest emerging technologies in the Western Canadian Sedimentary Basin, JWN has your ticket to some of the most engaging and relevant oil and gas events in town.

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Annual Report Awards oilweek.com/ara/

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Publisher:

Agnes Zalewski azalewski@junewarren-nickles.com

Sales Manager:

Maurya Sokolon msokolon@junewarren-nickles.com

Co-hosted by CTV’s Darrel Janz and JWN's Agnes Zalewski, the event draws a crowd of over 300 attendees.


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The Event Held each November, the Annual Report Awards Ceremony is a joint initiative between Oilweek and ATB Financial honouring the best annual reports in the oil and gas sector. For over 30 years, this event has promoted excellence in editorial and financial reporting in the Canadian oil and gas exploration and production, transportation, and service and supply sectors. In addition, we also celebrate the efforts of those companies who include sustainability reporting as part of their overall communications strategy. The event itself is an elegant luncheon at Calgary’s Roundup Centre honouring the winners, and each year features a topical guest speaker. Emceed for 35 years by CTV’s Darrel Janz, the event draws a crowd of over 300 attendees. Winners are profiled in the January edition of Oilweek. The Competition The annual report is a public company’s single most important act of financial disclosure and its major instrument for shareholder and investor communications. Planning for the annual report awards begins each :magazines January. In March, invitations to participants are issued to the presidents, chief executives and investor relations professionals in the oil and gas industry. Entries are

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solicited and accepted throughout the spring. In July, teams of volunteer judges comprised in large part of editors, graphic design professionals and financial analysts begin to assess the reports. For each category of companies, two winners are chosen: one for outstanding Editorial/Graphic Design and one for outstanding Financial Statements & Analysis. The Sustainability Award is then awarded to the company with the best submission in this category. Finally, culminating the awards ceremony, the Apex Award honours the best annual report overall. Entrance Fee and Ticket Price • Competition entrance fee: $75 per report submission plus additional $50 per sustainability report • Event: $125 per ticket or $900 for a table of eight • Early bird pricing also available

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Sponsorship Opportunities Promote your company or product to this prestigious audience through varied sponsorship opportunities at the event itself, paired with complimentary advertising :educationtraining in Oilweek magazine, and post-event coverage in Oilweek’s January issue. Contact your sales representative for more details or visit oilweek.com/ara.

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Oilsands Banquet Publisher:

Agnes Zalewski azalewski@junewarren-nickles.com

Publication Editor: Deborah Jaremko djaremko@junewarren-nickles.com Sales Director:

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Rob Pentney rpentney@junewarren-nickles.com

Our Oilsands Banquet always features keynote speakers of special relevance to the Wood Buffalo area, such as past Syncrude president Eric Newell.


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The Event Each year, JuneWarren-Nickle’s Energy Group is proud to honour an outstanding member of the oilsands community in the Wood Buffalo Region. Our ceremony, called the Oilsands Banquet, is held in Fort McMurray, Alberta, in order to applaud these amazing organizations. Past honourees have included Keyano College, the Oil Sands Discovery Centre, the Athabasca Tribal Council and the Regional Municipality of Wood Buffalo. The event itself is held in the early autumn and features a selected keynote speaker, festivities and a multi-course dinner at the Sawridge Inn in Fort McMurray. Our audience consists of over 400 attendees that span the community, industry, association and government personnel who live and work in the Wood Buffalo area. The Publication In addition to being distinguished at the banquet, the organization of choice is also commemorated in a custom publication produced and distributed by JuneWarren-Nickle’s Energy Group. The focus of the

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publication is the chosen honouree and is contributions to the people of this unique community. Key member profiles, achievements, historical landmarks and more are featured in each of these annual publications. The publication is distributed at the banquet and is mailed to a selection of Oilweek and Oilsands Review readers. Ticket Price • $200/ticket • $1,600/table of 10 Sponsorship Opportunities Promote your company and brand to an audience of influential decision makers in the Wood Buffalo community while also reaching the readers of Oilweek and Oilsands Review. Sponsorship includes extensive promotion before, after and during the banquet itself; a number of tickets to the event; and ad space in the commemorative publication. Several levels of sponsorship are available. For more details, please contact your sales representative.

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Publisher:

Agnes Zalewski azalewski@junewarren-nickles.com

Sales Manager:

Maurya Sokolon msokolon@junewarren-nickles.com

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cenovus energy takes sagd technology to the next level at christina lake how suncor made its oldest tailings pond ready to become a forest the simple safeguards that protect workers as the mercury dips below -50˚c

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Each November and December, Oilweek and Oilsands Review honour the POY and SOY winners through commemorative issues.


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The Competition Each year, Oilweek and Oilsands Review put out a call for nominations for their respective producers and suppliers of the year. The winners are then profiled in the November and December editions of the magazines. Such industry greats as Husky Energy, Suncor, Encana and others have graced the past covers of the magazines. Nominations open in July and are accepted online both from readers and an editorial board. Nominees are then short-listed based on a number of relevant criteria with final voting open to the public throughout August and September. The Event Winning companies are honoured as part of the Annual Report Awards luncheon in November of every year. (See Annual Report Awards for event details.)

Ticket Price • $125/ticket or $900/table of eight • Early bird registration also available Sponsorship Opportunities Promote your company or product to this prestigious audience through varied sponsorship opportunities at the event itself, paired with complimentary advertising in Oilsands Review and Oilweek magazine, and post-event coverage in the January issues of both publications. Contact your sales representative for more details. Nominations A call for nominations for Oilweek's and Oilsands Review's Producer of the Year and Supplier of the Year is extended in late summer. For nomination details, visit oilweek.com/poysoy and oilsandsreview.com/poysoy.

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Rising Stars oilweek.com/risingstars Publisher:

Agnes Zalewski azalewski@junewarren-nickles.com

Sales Manager:

Maurya Sokolon msokolon@junewarren-nickles.com

We profile our Rising Stars—earth scientists, engineers, financial wunderkinds and business luminaries—in the May issue of Oilweek.

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The Competition Every year, Oilweek searches for the brightest and best up‑and‑comers in the Canadian oil and gas industry to honour as our Rising Stars. Nominees are judged on a range of criteria, including professional achievements, experience, leadership and community involvement. We profile our Rising Stars—earth scientists, engineers, financial wunderkinds and business luminaries—in the May issue of Oilweek. Full eligibility requirements are available at oilweek.com/risingstars. Nominations open in August of each year for the following year’s class of Rising Stars. The Event Following the release of the May edition of Oilweek, the Rising Stars are honoured at a cocktail reception in Calgary, Alberta, in the month of June. Invitees include

the Rising Stars of classes past, key members of industry associations, and the family and friends of the Stars themselves. The reception is held at a swank downtown Calgary venue and includes a jazz band, feature cocktails and a selection of savoury delights prepared by the culinary team at the site of choice. Ticket Price • $75/ticket Sponsorship Opportunities Promote your company or product to this prestigious audience through varied sponsorship opportunities at the event itself, paired with complimentary advertising in Oilweek magazine, and post-event coverage in Oilweek’s August issue. Contact your sales representative for more details or visit oilweek.com/risingstars.

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Publisher:

Agnes Zalewski azalewski@junewarren-nickles.com

Sales Manager:

Maurya Sokolon msokolon@junewarren-nickles.com

The audience at these breakfast events is comprised of over 150 executives and other influential attendees operating in the oil and gas industry.


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The Event Each year, JuneWarren-Nickle’s Energy Group presents a select number of Speaker Series events, extending our expert oil and gas coverage to timely and relevant conversations with the same subject matter experts that we feature in the pages of our magazines. Oilweek, Oilsands Review, New Technology Magazine and Oil & Gas Inquirer will each host one of these events, focusing on topics important to their readership. The audience at these breakfast events is comprised of executives and other influential attendees operating in the oil and gas industry.

Ticket Price • $35/person Sponsorship Opportunities As the sole sponsor of one of these events, you’ll reap a variety of sponsor benefits including: • Linking your company and brand with one of Canada’s leading energy publications. • Combining online, video, print and relationship marketing components into an integrated marketing initiative. • Enabling your representatives to network with customers, prospects, and partners at a high-quality industry event. • An opportunity to speak about your company, products and technologies at the event.

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For more information, contact your sales representative, or visit junewarren-nickles.com/speakerseries.

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Publisher:

Agnes Zalewski azalewski@junewarren-nickles.com

Sales Manager:

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Our breakfast of champions, takes place each year in mid‑June, just as we release Oilweek's Top 100 issue.


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The Event The Oilweek Top 100 Breakfast, dubbed our breakfast of champions, takes place each year in mid‑June, just as we release our Top 100 issue. Long touted as one of the most popular Oilweek issues, for over 30 years our Top 100 magazine has been a reader favourite. Building on this popularity, our breakfast gives attendees a sneakpeek at our Top 100 data including production, reserves, landholdings and employment figures. In addition, topical guest speakers shed light on factors that impacted movement up and down our Top 100 list.

Ticket Price • $35/person Sponsorship Opportunities As the sole sponsor of this event, you’ll reap a variety of sponsor benefits including: • Linking your company and brand with Canada’s leading energy publication, Oilweek. • Combining online, video, print and relationship marketing components into an integrated marketing initiative. • Enabling your representatives to network with customers, prospects, and partners at a high-quality industry event. • Having an opportunity to introduce the keynote speakers or moderate a panel at the event.

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For more information, contact your sales representative, or visit junewarren-nickles.com/top100.

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Whether it be profiling the newest CEO in town or exploring the achievements of an upstart coiled tubing company, JuneWarren-Nickle's Energy Group magazines offer fresh perspectives and unique insights into any topic. Our diverse suite of publications provides the most complete portrait of the Canadian oil and gas industry you'll find anywhere, and we also publish the only magazine dedicated to covering Alberta's construction industry. For sheer depth of coverage and quality of analysis, our magazines are unparalleled.

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Alberta Construction Magazine Your Construction Connection albertaconstructionmagazine.com Publisher:

Agnes Zalewski azalewski@junewarren-nickles.com

Editor:

Chaz Osburn cosburn@junewarren-nickles.com

Advertising:

403.516.3476 adrequests@junewarren-nickles.com

Subscriptions:

1.866.543.7888 or online at albertaconstructionmagazine.com

Member of the Alberta Magazine Publishers Association www.albertamagazines.com Related Interest for Readers and Advertisers: POST Report

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Alberta Construction Magazine is Alberta’s only business magazine exclusively devoted to covering the construction industry. Reporting on the latest commercial, industrial and institutional projects, association news, environmental design and project management strategies for over 30 years, Alberta Construction Magazine reflects the depth and breadth of the ever-evolving industry. Frequency Quarterly (4 times/year) Circulation and Distribution • 8,500 copies printed per issue and distributed within Alberta • Distributed at trade shows, conferences and other major industry events

More online at albertaconstructionmagazine.com • Complimentary digital edition • Daily construction news updates Why Alberta Construction Magazine? Alberta Construction Magazine is your construction connection. It takes the pulse of the market, monitors the trends and celebrates the industry’s movers and shakers. Alberta Construction Magazine is committed to delivering high-quality, timely information that reflects the diverse interests of construction industry professionals. alberta construction magazine

Subscription Price • Single-Issue Price: $8 • Domestic Subscriptions: $24 for one year; $39 for two years • Outside Canada Subscriptions: $49 for one year

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New Technology Magazine The First Word On Oilpatch Innovation newtechmagazine.com Publisher:

Stephen Marsters smarsters@junewarren-nickles.com

Editor:

Maurice Smith msmith@junewarren-nickles.com

Advertising:

403.516.3476 adrequests@junewarren-nickles.com

Subscriptions:

1.800.387.2446 or online at newtechmagazine.com

Related Interest for Readers and Advertisers: Daily Oil Bulletin JWN Maps & Charts Oil & Gas Inquirer Oilsands Review Oilweek Profiler

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New Technology Magazine provides engineers, geoscientists, IT professionals and executives in upper and middle management with information on cost-saving, cutting‑edge oilpatch technology. It delivers articles on a wide range of topics, from the latest exploration, drilling and production techniques to new innovations for the unconventional gas and oilsands sectors.

More online at newtechmagazine.com • Digital edition available to paid subscribers (includes over 10 years of searchable archived issues) • Editor’s blog • Online polls • Daily news updates • Exclusive video content

Frequency 10 times/year

Why New Technology Magazine? New Technology Magazine is the definitive source for the latest drilling, production, geophysical, gas and pipeline technologies. It provides readers with a deeper understanding of oilpatch technology and research, as well as the practices that keep companies ahead of their competition.

Circulation and Distribution • 7,000 copies printed per issue and distributed to Daily Oil Bulletin subscribers and members of the Canadian Society of Petroleum Engineers • Distributed at trade shows, conferences and other major industry events, with up to 1,000 extra copies delivered to larger shows

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Subscription Price • Domestic Subscriptions: $120 for one year • U.S. Subscriptions: $135 for one year • International Subscriptions: $150 for one year • Value-add: Paid subscribers receive JWN Maps & Charts and Tech Guide

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Oil & Gas Inquirer Keeping Readers Regionally Informed oilandgasinquirer.com Publisher:

Agnes Zalewski azalewski@junewarren-nickles.com

Advertising:

403.516.3476 adrequests@junewarren-nickles.com

Subscriptions:

1.866.543.7888 or online at oilandgasinquirer.com

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For over 20 years, Oil & Gas Inquirer has been reporting on the oilfield service and supply sector. The magazine keeps its readers regionally informed, covering important developments from northeastern British Columbia to the East Coast. Frequency 10 times/year Circulation and Distribution • 10,000 copies printed per month • Distributed at trade shows, conferences and other major industry events Subscription Price • Single-Issue Price: $6 • Domestic Subscriptions: $49 for one year; $69 for two years • Outside Canada Subscriptions: $99 for one year • Value-add: Paid subscribers receive JWN Maps & Charts and special issues including the Saskatchewan Oil & Gas Showguide and community focus publications

More online at oilandgasinquirer.com • Complimentary digital edition • Editor’s blog • Drilling activity and oil and gas prices • Oil & Gas Inquirer newsletter, sent out 30 times a year and featuring expanded regional coverage Why Oil & Gas Inquirer? Oil & Gas Inquirer provides readers with regional news and updates on issues pertinent to the oil and gas industry. The magazine regularly focuses on a particular region of oil and gas activity, examining it in depth through feature stories and reports. Oil & Gas Inquirer is a cost-effective advertising vehicle for service and supply companies, as well as oil and gas explorers and producers, to reach their customers.

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Related Interest for Readers and Advertisers: Canadian Oilfield Service and Supply Directory Daily Oil Bulletin JWN Maps & Charts New Technology Magazine Profiler Rig Locator

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Oilsands Review The Unconventional Oil Authority oilsandsreview.com Publisher:

Agnes Zalewski azalewski@junewarren-nickles.com

Editor:

Deborah Jaremko djaremko@junewarren-nickles.com

Advertising:

403.516.3476 adrequests@junewarren-nickles.com

Subscriptions:

1.866.543.7888 or online at oilsandsreview.com

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Oilsands Review is the only publication devoted entirely to covering the issues, challenges and triumphs of the unconventional oil industry. It is the comprehensive source for stories, statistics and information for those with an interest in unconventional oil. Frequency Monthly (12 times/year) Circulation and Distribution • 10,000 copies printed per month and distributed within Canada and internationally • Distributed at trade shows, conferences and other major industry events • Available on select newsstands across Alberta Subscription Price • Single-Issue Price: $10 • Domestic Subscriptions: $89/year or $139 for two years • Outside Canada Subscriptions: $179/year • Digital Access Online: $49/year or $69 for two years • Value-add: Paid subscribers receive JWN Maps & Charts and Air Water Land

More online at oilsandsreview.com • Digital edition available to paid subscribers • Editor’s blog and Twitter feed • Exclusive video content • Daily news updates • Oilsands statistics and prices Why Oilsands Review? Oilsands Review is committed to providing unconventional oil coverage that is timely, relevant and balanced. It reflects the interests of the unconventional oil industry and stakeholders in Canada and around the world, including governments, communities, First Nations and environmental groups.

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Related Interest for Readers and Advertisers: Daily Oil Bulletin Heavy Oil and Oilsands Guidebook JWN Maps & Charts New Technology Magazine Oilsands 101 Oilweek

Note: Pricing provided is for print magazine and digital editions only. Website subscription pricing is available online.

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Oilweek

Canada’s Oil and Gas Authority oilweek.com Publisher:

Agnes Zalewski azalewski@junewarren-nickles.com

Editor:

Dale Lunan dlunan@junewarren-nickles.com

Advertising:

403.516.3476 adrequests@junewarren-nickles.com

Subscriptions:

1.866.543.7888 or online at oilweek.com

Audited by the Audit Bureau of Circulations www.accessabc.com Member of the Alberta Magazine Publishers Association www.albertamagazines.com

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For over 60 years, Oilweek has been providing timely and relevant editorial coverage of the upstream oil and gas activity. Reporting the facts and figures, showcasing the latest innovations and technologies, and profiling the individuals and companies that characterize Canada’s oil and gas industry, Oilweek is Canada’s oil and gas authority. Frequency Monthly (12 times/year) Circulation and Distribution • 10,000 copies printed per month and distributed within Canada and internationally • Distributed at trade shows, conferences and other major industry events • Available on select newsstands across Alberta Subscription Price • Single-Issue Price: $10 • Domestic Subscriptions: $89/year or $139 for two years • Outside Canada Subscriptions: $179/year • Digital Access Online: $49/year or $69 for two years • Value-add: Paid subscribers receive JWN Maps & Charts, Unconventional Gas Guide and East Coast Special Issue

More online at oilweek.com • Digital edition available to paid subscribers • Editor’s blog and Twitter feed • Exclusive video content • Daily news updates • Key industry statistics not available in the print magazine Why Oilweek? A flagship product of JuneWarren-Nickle’s Energy Group, Oilweek caters to those with an interest in the upstream oil and gas industry. Oilweek is committed to providing high‑quality, timely and relevant editorial coverage that focuses on both national and international oil and gas activity.

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Related Interest for Readers and Advertisers: Daily Oil Bulletin JWN Maps & Charts Oilsands Review Unconventional Gas Guide

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Chaz Osburn cosburn@junewarren-nickles.com

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Profiler is an advertorial-based magazine that focuses on topical oilpatch events, issues and technologies. Each issue is specific to a key topic that impacts the industry and provides editorial coverage together with corporate profiles. Corporate profiles include a comprehensive full‑page article opposite a full-page advertisement focusing on the company’s initiatives related to each issue’s theme. Frequency While there is no set frequency for Profiler issues, historically the magazine has been published, on average, four times a year. Circulation and Distribution • The circulation and distribution of each Profiler is as unique as the subject matter presented within its pages • Targeted mailing lists compiled from JWN’s extensive databases of oil and gas contacts ensure that we will deliver each Profiler into the hands of the parties who need to know • Distributed at trade shows, conferences and other major industry events

Subscription Price Complimentary More online • Complimentary digital edition available via Profiler’s sister site, oilandgasinquirer.com (includes comprehensive archive of past issues) Why Profiler? Profiler represents a powerful tool for participants to reach an exclusive and highly qualified group of readers through JWN’s established network of industry contacts.

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Related Interest for Readers and Advertisers: New Technology Magazine Oil & Gas Inquirer Oilsands Review Oilweek

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In an industry as vast as oil and gas, only our mapping products let you know exactly where you stand. Whether you need to know locations of all of the compressor stations in Alberta or the heavy oil fields of Saskatchewan, we have the answers you're looking for with our detailed Atlas and wide selection of informative maps and charts.

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JWN Maps & Charts Publisher:

Agnes Zalewski azalewski@junewarren-nickles.com

Senior Publications Manager: Audrey Sprinkle asprinkle@junewarren-nickles.com

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Maurya Sokolon msokolon@junewarren-nickles.com

Individual Copy Sales:

1.800.563.2946 or email mapping@junewarren-nickles.com

403.516.3476 adrequests@junewarren-nickles.com

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JWN Maps & Charts further illuminate the content featured in our oil and gas publications, providing readers the opportunity to delve deeper into relevant and timely oil and gas subject matter. These information-rich materials are referenced regularly by those operating in the industry and are often seen gracing the walls of both corporate and field offices alike. Frequency Monthly (approximately 2 maps/charts per month)

Subscription Price • Complimentary for paid subscribers of Oilweek, Oilsands Review, Oil & Gas Inquirer or New Technology Magazine • Available for purchase in single units at $5/map or chart Popular Maps and Charts • Drilling Fluids Chart • Drill Bit Chart • Industrial Heartland Map • Oilsands Lease Map • Top Operators Chart • North American Pipeline Map • Progressive Cavity Pump Chart

Circulation and Distribution • A total of 24 maps and charts, two per month, are distributed. ∙ Print Distribution: Over 6,000 copies of each map and chart are printed, delivering in-depth oil and gas information to a combination of Oilweek, Oilsands Review, Oil & Gas Inquirer and New Technology Magazine subscribers, plus a targeted audience of specialists, selected based on their interest in each respective map and/or chart. ∙ Bonus Distribution: JWN Maps & Charts are available at numerous oil and :magazines gas trade shows and conferences throughout the year.

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THE Oilfield Atlas Publisher:

Agnes Zalewski azalewski@junewarren-nickles.com

Senior Publications Manager: Audrey Sprinkle asprinkle@junewarren-nickles.com Sales Director: (Advertising Sales) Book Sales:

Rob Pentney rpentney@junewarren-nickles.com 1.800.563.2946 or email mapping@junewarren-nickles.com

Related Interest for Readers and Advertisers: JWN Maps & Charts

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Featuring more than 145 full-colour maps that direct users to over 12,500 gas facilities, including gas plants, batteries and compressor stations.


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The only atlas of its kind, The Oilfield Atlas features more than 145 full-colour maps that direct users to over 12,500 gas facilities, including gas plants, batteries and compressor stations. The Atlas provides comprehensive information on company names, addresses, phone and fax numbers, and operating capacities for each plant. The ninth edition of the Atlas will feature new product additions such as expanded pages for British Columbia and Saskatchewan, and include a digital component together with GPS downloads. Frequency Biennially (published every second December) Circulation and Distribution • 6,000 copies of the Atlas are printed every two years • Distribution is almost wholly comprised of paid subscribers who make use of the Atlas as they navigate their way across the Western Canadian Sedimentary Basin Price • Special ninth edition book price: $199 (retail price $250) • Online access (one year): $199 • Bulk pricing available

Key Product Features • Gas Plants • Refineries • Major Pipelines • Compressor Stations • Gas Plant/Compressor Station Elevations • Batteries • Bitumen Mines • Weigh Scale Locations • Permanent Work Camps • Well Disposal Sites • Updated Road Systems • Major Interchanges • Emergency Contacts • Yukon Territory • Northwest Territories • Alberta & British Columbia First Nations • Alberta, British Columbia & Saskatchewan Municipalities • Township & Range Road Guide • Water/Land Feature Index • Parks and Protected Areas • Mapping Terminology • Newly Legislated Alberta Land Use Framework Regions

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Our readers have learned to expect reliable, authoritative news and analysis from our publications, and JuneWarren-Nickle's Energy Group newspapers and newsletters are key to that reputation. Whether covering the upstream oil and gas sector or exploring :magazines and the breadth of Alberta's power, petroleum and renewable energy industries, our newspapers newsletters are committed to accurate reporting and insightful stories.

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Daily Oil Bulletin dailyoilbulletin.com

Publisher/Editor: up to June 2011 Rick Charland rcharland@junewarren-nickles.com

effective June 2011 Stephen Marsters smarsters@junewarren-nickles.com

Advertising:

403.516.3476 adrequests@junewarren-nickles.com

Subscriptions: Dan Cole SalesSubscriptions@junewarren-nickles.com or online at dailyoilbulletin.com

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First published in 1937, the :educationtraining Daily Oil Bulletin has been playfully dubbed the “bible” of the oilpatch.

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The Daily Oil Bulletin (DOB) is an up-to-date look at current activity in the Canadian oilpatch. Long considered the “journal of record” for the upstream oil and gas business in Canada, the Daily Oil Bulletin offers daily updates on drilling activity across Canada and a comprehensive recap of important news and developments affecting the upstream industry. Frequency Daily (weekdays only) Circulation and Distribution • Distributed to over 12,000 daily readers Subscription Price • Annual subscription fee for one year of access for one workstation (includes wireless): $1,288 • Subscription fees for additional workstations are as follows: · 2 workstations $1,876 · 3 workstations $2,390 · 4-10 workstations $4,119

Why Daily Oil Bulletin? Delivering stats, stories and videos, the DOB is the pre‑eminent source for daily oil and gas information. With data on new wells, rig locations and land sales; industry news and insightful analysis of important trends; articles about exploration activity, production developments and new technologies, the DOB is your complete source for all of the latest in the oilpatch. Related Interest for Readers and Advertisers: New Technology Magazine Oil & Gas Inquirer Oilsands Review Oilweek

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Energize Alberta

Where Energy, the Economy and the Environment Intersect energizealberta.com

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Publisher:

Stephen Marsters smarsters@junewarren-nickles.com

Editor:

Paul Wells pwells@junewarren-nickles.com

Advertising:

403.516.3476 adrequests@junewarren-nickles.com

Energize Alberta boasts a unique distribution strategy targeting over :educationtraining 180,000 Albertans

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Energize Alberta helps connect Albertans to topical issues: What’s a frac? Why are gasoline prices always changing? And should I be concerned that the province’s natural gas sector is in the doldrums? Making sense of the vital role energy plays in our daily lives—through stories about the oil and gas, power and renewable energy sectors—is at the heart of Energize Alberta’s mission.

More online at energizealberta.com • Complimentary digital edition • Additional feature articles and news updates • Online polls • Twitter feed • Energy Literacy Directory, featuring key players on the energy literacy stage

Frequency Bimonthly (6 times/year)

Why Energize Alberta? Energize Alberta brings together urban, rural and agricultural Albertans. The uniqueness of this overall delivery and distribution system ensures that Energize Alberta reaches Albertans from all walks of life and in every corner of the province.

Circulation and Distribution • Over 180,000 copies printed per issue (130,000 copies to rural households served by Great West Newspapers, 40,000 copies to subscribers of Alberta Farmer Express, with additional copies to oilpatch workers and executives, government officials and business leaders) • Additional distribution to teachers across the province through Inside Education Subscription Price Complimentary

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The numbers don't lie. When you need to know the hard facts and figures behind the Canadian oil and gas industry, count on our reports and data sets for comprehensive, up-to-date information.

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Data Central datacentralcanada.com Data Sales:

Diane Henderson DataServices@junewarren-nickles.com

Dan Cole Subscriptions: SalesSubscriptions@junewarren-nickles.com or online at datacentralcanada.com Related Interest for Readers and Advertisers: Petroleum Explorer Rig Locator

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When you’re looking for the pulse of the Canadian oil and gas industry, choose among the four different data sets available :educationtraining at Data Central. Offering a wide range of valuable statistical information, this website provides essential tools for trend spotting, planning and analysis.

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Subscription Prices Energy Statistics With up-to-date statistics covering virtually every sector of the Canadian oil and gas industry, Energy Statistics has an unmatched ability to track and compare companies based on financial performance, field activity levels, land sale purchases, oil and gas exports, reserves and more. · 1 workstation: $535 per year (for more than one user, add $130 per user) · Combo package: $630 for a one-year subscription to Statistics Quarterly (four issues), plus one year of access to Energy Statistics online Daily Well Licences Daily Well Licences offers online access to all Canadian well licences, allowing you to search according to your needs. Basic package: Daily access (updated early morning, Monday to Friday) to online search, reports, print version and email alerts for one year. $270 · 1 workstation: · 2 workstations: $410 · 3 workstations: $510 Premium package: Receive daily access (updated early morning, Monday to Friday) to online search, reports, print version, and email alerts, plus an electronic download version of Daily Well Licences in Excel spreadsheet and

ASCII comma-delimited formats for one year. $550 · 1 workstation: · 2 workstations: $800 · 3 workstations: $950 Daily Well Licences Download Receive an electronic download version of new well locations in Excel spreadsheet and ASCII commadelimited formats for one year. $460 · 1 workstation: Weekly Drilling Report The Weekly Drilling Report provides active well information, including current depth, spud date, rig release, contractor and current status. $470 per year · 1 workstation:

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Why Data Central? Data Central’s Energy Statistics has an unmatched ability :directories to track and compare companies based on financial performance, field activity levels, land sale purchases and more, tracking virtually every sector of the Canadian oil and gas industry. Also, the website provides:newspapersnewsletter easy access to up-to-date daily well licences and a weekly drilling report.

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Oil & Gas Statistics Quarterly datacentralcanada.com

Publisher/Editor: up to June 2011 Rick Charland rcharland@junewarren-nickles.com

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effective June 2011 Stephen Marsters smarsters@junewarren-nickles.com

Data Sets:

Renée Porter rporter@junewarren-nickles.com

Subscriptions: Dan Cole SalesSubscriptions@junewarren-nickles.com :educationtraining or online at datacentralcanada.com

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Once a quarter, JuneWarren-Nickle’s Energy Group compiles all the data it tracks—drilling information, rig activity, land sale summaries, spending patterns, production and sales, financial results, pipeline statistics and a host of additional information—into a snapshot of industry trends, developments and performance. A valuable reference tool, the report comprises more than 70 pages of charts, graphs and analysis detailing the depth and breadth of the Canadian oil and gas industry. Frequency • Quarterly (4 times/year) for print version • Annual subscription also available online Distribution • In addition to book sales, Oil & Gas Statistics Quarterly is also available for purchase online at the Data Central website with frequent updates, searches and breaking news • With an annual subscription, users have access to online searchable database, a news archive and various reports

Subscription Price • Quarterly book - 1 year subscription $475* • Online - 1 year access $535 • Online and book - 1 year subscription $630* *A delivery and/or fax long distance charge may be added. Why Statistics Quarterly? For planning, analysis, forecasting, comparing performance or spotting trends, Oil & Gas Statistics Quarterly online provides complete and updated statistics on production, drilling, land sales, financial results, prices, exports of oil and gas, reserves and capital expenditures.

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Petroleum Explorer petroleumexplorer.ca

Publisher/Editor: up to June 2011 Rick Charland rcharland@junewarren-nickles.com

effective June 2011 Stephen Marsters smarsters@junewarren-nickles.com

Subscriptions: Dan Cole SalesSubscriptions@junewarren-nickles.com or online at explorer.nickles.com

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Petroleum Explorer is an online source for everything related to oil and gas exploration in Canada, from land sale postings and results to seismic activity, exploration licences and activity levels of the top operators. Frequency Online, updated regularly with land sale and activity statistics and news pertinent to the exploration of oil and gas in Canada. Subscription Price $95 for one year of access Why Petroleum Explorer? Peruse up-to-date land sale posting and results information, including top bids, locations and maps showing proximity to current drilling activity, as well as view daily lists of new drilling licences apprising users of recent activity.

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Petroleum Ownership Structures canadianoilregister.com/pos/ Publisher:

Rob Pentney rpentney@junewarren-nickles.com

Editor:

Renée Porter rporter@junewarren-nickles.com

Subscriptions: Dan Cole SalesSubscriptions@junewarren-nickles.com or online at canadianoilregister.com

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This easy-to-use reference uniquely identifies “who owns whom” in the Canadian petroleum industry. Detailed research and a comprehensive, informative format deliver all the information on inter-corporate ownership within Canada’s exploration and production, and service companies. Frequency Annually (published in June) Book Price Single-Issue Price: $217* *A delivery charge will be added

Why Petroleum Ownership Structures? An invaluable resource, Petroleum Ownership Structures is divided into two core areas: Corporate Structures includes ownership and control status for each company, preferred and common equity, and a list of directors and officers, including their individual voting-share ownership, citizenship and country of residence. Significant Events includes company jurisdiction and date of incorporation, a brief description of major events of each enterprise’s corporate life, nature of business, number of employees and stock exchanges on which the company equity is listed, along with the stock symbol and the high, low and closing price.

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POST Report postreport.ca Publisher:

Rob Pentney rpentney@junewarren-nickles.com

Editor:

Diane Henderson dhenderson@junewarren-nickles.com

Subscriptions: Dan Cole SalesSubscriptions@junewarren-nickles.com or online at postreport.ca Related Interest for Readers and Advertisers: Alberta Construction Magazine Oil & Gas Statistics Quarterly

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:educationtraining Providing project information :mapping and key contacts for upcoming oil and gas construction projects throughout western Canada.

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The POST (Project Opportunity Sourcing and Tracking) Report provides project information and key contacts for upcoming oil and gas construction projects throughout western Canada. The Report contains information on drilling, facility, pipeline, energy, alternative energy, oilsands and maintenance/turnaround projects, and can be used as a strategic tool for support, sales and planning. Frequency Daily, weekly, monthly and quarterly Distribution • Subscriptions are available for the full report or by single category on a daily, weekly, monthly or quarterly basis • POST service is available by fax and online Why POST? Discover new sales opportunities on current and upcoming projects; the latest project information and sales leads; and information on drilling, facility, pipeline and turnaround/maintenance projects.

Subscription Price Annual subscription fee for one year of access to POST Report: • Full Daily Report (All Projects) · 1 workstation $1,128 · 2 workstations $1,503 · 3 workstations $1,928 • Daily Single Category (One of Drilling, Facilities or Pipelines) · 1 workstation $540 · 2 workstations $865 · 3 workstations $990 • Quarterly Report · 1 workstation $575 · 2 workstations $875 · 3 workstations $975 • Tidbits Report · 1 workstation $310 · 2 workstations $410 · 3 workstations $510

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Rig Locator riglocator.ca Manager:

Renée Porter rporter@junewarren-nickles.com

Drilling Report Tammy Cosens Supervisor: tcosens@junewarren-nickles.com Subscriptions: Dan Cole SalesSubscriptions@junewarren-nickles.com or online at riglocator.ca

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The Rig Locator keeps you up-to-date with Canada’s drilling :educationtraining rig fleet with a weekly snapshot of activity across the country. For each member of the Canadian Association of Oilwell Drilling Contractors (CAODC), the Rig Locator lists :mapping all drilling rigs and shows where the rig is located, who the operator is, the type of well being drilled and more.

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Distribution • The Rig Locator is available in print weekly, or on the web with daily updates • With a basic subscription you will have access to email alerts and various reports • With the premium package, you will be able to download rig data in a comma-delimited ASCII format and an online map Subscription Price Basic Packages: 1. Drilling Rigs - Daily access (updated Monday to Friday) to online drilling rig search, reports, print version and email alerts of rig locations and new licences. · 1 workstation $510 · 2 workstations $695 · 3 workstations $855 · 4 workstations $1,015 2. Service Rigs - Daily access to online service rig search, reports, print version and email alerts of service rig activity in selected PSAC areas. · 1 workstation $285

Drilling Rigs Premium Package: Receive all of the benefits of the Drilling Rigs Basic Package (daily access to online search, reports, print version and email alerts of drilling rig areas), plus the electronic download version (Excel spreadsheet format). Also, new this year: subscribers receive access to a special mapping feature that shows the locations of rigs across the Western Canadian Sedimentary Basin. · 1 workstation $675 · 2 workstations $935 · 3 workstations $1,035 · 4 workstations $1,135 · Add $125 to any additional workstations after the first four.

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Drilling Rigs and Service Rigs Package: · 1 workstation $185 + drilling rigs package Why Rig Locator? Receive up-to-date information on Canada’s:magazines drilling rig fleet, a listing of all CAODC drilling rigs and locations, who the operator is and the type of well being drilled. Includes weekly service rig locator activity operating :directories in PSAC regions.

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Air Water Land Energy’s New Environment airwaterland.ca Publisher:

Agnes Zalewski azalewski@junewarren-nickles.com

Editor:

Chaz Osburn cosburn@junewarren-nickles.com

Advertising:

403.516.3476 adrequests@junewarren-nickles.com

Related Interest for Readers and Advertisers: Oilsands Review Oilweek

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A special issue of Oilsands Review, Air Water Land is leading the debate about energy and environment in Canada. Air Water Land showcases the voices that are leading the charge on sustainability, alternative energy, renewables, greenhouse gas reduction and more. Frequency Annually (published in June) Circulation and Distribution: • 10,000 copies are distributed with the Oilsands Review June edition • Distributed at trade shows, conferences and other major industry events

Why Air Water Land? Air Water Land informs industry stakeholders about energy-related issues and the evolving government policies that impact our environment while addressing the current energy supply-demand balance that will drive investment in—and adoption of—alternative energies. The publication combines relevant statistics, timely editorial coverage and interviews with, as well as articles written by, a variety of opinion leaders. air water land

Subscription Price Complimentary to Oilsands Review subscribers More online at airwaterland.ca • Complimentary digital edition • Daily environment news updates

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Canadian Oilpatch Technology Guidebook & Directory Publisher:

Stephen Marsters smarsters@junewarren-nickles.com

Editor:

Maurice Smith msmith@junewarren-nickles.com

Advertising Sales Manager: Maurya Sokolon msokolon@junewarren-nickles.com

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403.516.3476 adrequests@junewarren-nickles.com

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Related Interest for Readers and Advertisers: New Technology Magazine


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The Canadian Oilpatch Technology Guidebook & Directory showcases Canada’s leading technologies to national and international producers. Canadian companies are leaders in the development of new oilpatch tools and techniques—from cutting-edge drilling and production technologies to advances in software and environmental technologies. Canada is also a major testing ground for oilpatch innovations; service companies from around the globe come here to pilot and roll out new technologies. Read all about the technologies that are making their mark on this industry while easily referencing a list of Canadian technology providers and research institutes.

Circulation and Distribution • 10,000 copies of the Guidebook & Directory are printed and delivered through targeted mailing lists to those with a specific interest in Canadian technology, including distribution to trade embassies and Daily Oil Bulletin subscribers • Distributed at trade shows, conferences and other major industry events including the SPE’s Annual Technical Conference & Exhibition • Complimentary digital edition on the New Technology Magazine website at newtechmagazine.com Book Price • Single-Issue Price: $20 • Discounts available for bulk purchases of 10 or more copies.

Frequency Annually (published in August)

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Heavy Oil & Oilsands Guidebook heavyoilguidebook.com Publisher:

Agnes Zalewski azalewski@junewarren-nickles.com

Editors:

Deborah Jaremko djaremko@junewarren-nickles.com

Chaz Osburn cosburn@junewarren-nickles.com

Advertising Sales Manager: Maurya Sokolon msokolon@junewarren-nickles.com

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403.516.3476 adrequests@junewarren-nickles.com

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The Heavy Oil & Oilsands Guidebook offers complete coverage of Canada’s heavy oil and oilsands industry. From major oilsands operators to technological innovations to environmental sustainability, the Guidebook provides an inside look at the industry poised to meet our future energy needs. Frequency Annually (published in March) Circulation and Distribution • Combined distribution of 15,000 printed copies and at least 5,000 digital copies • Available at trade shows, conferences and other major industry events • Provided to educational and government institutions, municipalities and chambers of commerce, association partnerships, and an international :magazines audience through the Alberta Government and the Canadian Heavy Oil Association • Also distributed to select Oilweek and :directories Oilsands Review subscribers

Book Price • Single-Issue Price: $20 • Discounts available for bulk purchases of 5 or more copies More online at heavyoilguidebook.com • Complimentary digital edition (including all previous volumes) Other • Produced in conjunction with the Canadian Heavy Oil Association with the participation of the Government of Alberta • Winner of the 2007 Premier’s Award of Excellence Related Interest for Readers and Advertisers: Oilsands Review Oilsands 101 Oilweek

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Oilweek East Coast Special issue Publisher:

Agnes Zalewski azalewski@junewarren-nickles.com

Editor:

Dale Lunan dlunan@junewarren-nickles.com

Advertising Sales Manager: Maurya Sokolon msokolon@junewarren-nickles.com Advertising:

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Related Interest for Readers and Advertisers: Oilweek


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With Hibernia expansion in the cards and Deep Panuke gas finally poised to hit the market, Canada’s east coast oil and gas industry is showing signs of lasting sustainability. Offshore opportunities are the sizzle— the steak (and long-term sustainability) may be found onshore, where operators are probing shale gas and tight oil prospects across the Atlantic provinces.

Subscription Price Complimentary to subscribers of Oilweek Why the Oilweek East Coast Special Issue? Oilweek’s East Coast Special Issue focuses on key issues affecting oil and gas activity in the region, including technology, marketing, regulations and exploration, as well as project and personality profiles.

Frequency Annually (published in November) Circulation and Distribution • 10,000 copies are distributed with the Oilweek November edition • Distributed at trade shows, conferences and other major industry events

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Unconventional Gas Guide

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Publisher:

Agnes Zalewski azalewski@junewarren-nickles.com

Editor:

Dale Lunan dlunan@junewarren-nickles.com

Advertising:

403.516.3476 adrequests@junewarren-nickles.com

Related Interest for Readers and Advertisers: JWN Maps & Charts Oilweek


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Unconventional gas is changing the future of the energy mix. As conventional sources decline, unconventional gas is becoming increasingly important to meeting future energy demand. The Unconventional Gas Guide showcases the latest innovations and technologies while discussing the challenges and opportunities the industry is currently facing. Frequency Annually (published in October)

Subscription Price Complimentary for subscribers of Oilweek Why the Unconventional Gas Guide? A unique look at the Canadian unconventional gas sector, the Unconventional Gas Guide provides an overview of four key resources (coalbed methane, shale gas, tight gas and hydrates); discusses current and future production in Canada; looks at the future challenges and opportunities for the industry; and includes an in-depth look at new projects and emerging technologies.

Circulation and Distribution • Polybagged together with Oilweek’s October edition, the Unconventional Gas Guide enjoys a circulation of 10,000 • Distributed at trade shows, conferences and other major industry events

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digital editions index

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JuneWarren-Nickle’s Energy Group offers digital editions of many of our print publications, providing the same quality stories and statistics you’ve come to expect in convenient, accessible online form. Read a magazine the same way you’d do in print but with additional digital‑only features, such as a search function and live links to websites and emails.

Digital Editions—Complimentary Air Water Land (airwaterland.ca) Alberta Construction Magazine (albertaconstructionmagazine.com) Canadian Oilfield Service and Supply Directory (cossd.com) Canadian Oilpatch Technology Guidebook & Directory (newtechmagazine.com) Energize Alberta (energizealberta.com) Heavy Oil & Oilsands Guidebook (heavyoilguidebook.com) Oil & Gas Inquirer (oilandgasinquirer.com) Profiler (oilandgasinquirer.com)

Digital Editions—Subscription New Technology Magazine (newtechmagazine.com) Oilsands Review (oilsandsreview.com) Oilweek (oilweek.com)

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website index JuneWarren-Nickle’s Energy Group has numerous websites dedicated to the oil and gas, energy and construction industries, all featuring a wealth of information on JWN products as well as many added features, such as news, statistics, videos and more.

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Air Water Land airwaterland.ca

Heavy Oil & Oilsands Guidebook heavyoilguidebook.com

Oilsands Review oilsandsreview.com

Alberta Construction Magazine albertaconstructionmagazine.com

JuneWarren-Nickle’s Energy Group junewarren-nickles.com

Oilweek oilweek.com

Canadian Oil Register canadianoilregister.com

New Technology Magazine newtechmagazine.com

Petroleum Explorer petroleumexplorer.ca

Canadian Oilfield Service & Supply Directory cossd.com

Oil & Gas Inquirer oilandgasinquirer.com

Petroleum Ownership Structures canadianoilregister.com/pos/

Daily Oil Bulletin dailyoilbulletin.com

Oilpatch EX oilpatchex.com

POST Report postreport.ca

Data Central datacentralcanada.com

Oilpatch 101 oilpatch101.com

Rig Locator riglocator.ca

Energize Alberta energizealberta.com

Oilsands 101 oilsands101.com


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