Tenure External Resources
Alberta Chamber of Resources (ACR)
ACR offers solutions and seeks balance to ensure the orderly development of Canadian resources. The ACR has 187 members that create billions of dollars worth economic activity in Alberta every year.
Canadian Association of Petroleum Land Administration (CAPLA)
CAPLA incorporated in 1993, serves individuals and organizations involved in petroleum land administration. Members include Mineral and Surface Administrators, Contract Analysts, Supervisors, Landmen, Land Managers and Land Assistants.
Canadian Association of Petroleum Landmen (CAPL)
CAPL is a professional organization for people involved in all aspects of petroleum land management. Membership includes individuals responsible for the acquisition, administration and disposition of mineral and/or surface rights for petroleum exploration and production companies, as well as related service and financial companies in the energy industry.
Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers (CAPP)
CAPP’s mission is to enhance the economic well-being and sustainability of the Canadian upstream petroleum industry in a socially, environmentally and technically responsible manner. Working closely with their members, governments, communities and stakeholders, CAPP analyzes key oil and gas issues and represents member interests nationally in 12 of Canada's 13 provinces and territories.
Canadian Association of Petroleum Production Accounting (CAPPA)
CAPPA provides its members with information relevant to new regulations and developments on a regular and timely basis through meetings, seminars, regulatory agencies and other industry associations. It also provides input and feedback on issues and developments that impact production accountants.
Explorers and Producers Association of Canada (EPAC)
EPAC (formerly known as SEPAC, Small Explorers and Producers Association of Canada) was formed in 1986 by a group of independent oil and gas executives to create a unified, dynamic voice for emerging and junior oil and gas companies. Supporting more than 300 member companies this association works together to solve industry challenges.
Farmers' Advocate Office (FAO)
FAO works to ensure rural Albertans have consumer protection, rural opportunities and fair process. The office assists landowners with managing their land asset, mitigating business risk and maximizing future economic opportunity as it relates to interaction with the energy industry.
Freehold Owners Association (FHOA)
FHOA was organized in 1999, in an attempt to level the playing field between freeholders and the oil and gas companies that lease their oil and gas interests. FHOA is a federally-incorporated, not-for-profit corporation currently registered to operate in Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba.
Petroleum Joint Venture Association (PJVA)
Joint Ventures have been a part of the oil and gas industry in western Canada since the first wells were drilled. PJVA enhances the efficiency and effectiveness of petroleum joint venture relationships and activities.
Alberta Land Titles
Alberta's rich soil and picturesque recreation areas are two of the province's most valuable resources. To ensure that these resources continue to be owned and enjoyed by Albertans and other Canadians, the Agricultural and Recreational Land Ownership Act and Regulations were passed.