Grande Prairie , Alberta, Canada

Grande Prairie Oil & Gas Industry



The flag of Alberta, Canada was adopted on 1 June 1968.
The flag has the proportions 2:1, with the provincial shield of arms in the centre. The shield's height is 7/11 that of the flag's height.

The provincial colours, adopted in 1984, are blue and gold (deep yellow); they are also referred to as ‘Alberta blue’ and ‘Alberta gold,’ appearing on the flag/shield in the sky/background and wheat background, respectively.

Oil & Gas Industry

Along with the province of Alberta Grande Prairie's oil and gas industry is booming affecting all sectors in industry and business. Below are graphs showing the number of producing wells and natural gas production in the Grande Prairie area.

Grande Prairie oil well count

Source: Alberta Energy

Natural Gas production in Grande Prairie
Source: Alberta Energy


Don't miss the Peace Region Petroleum Show - May 18 - 19
Make a note of 2005 Show dates . . . Wednesday, May 18th and Thursday, May 19th, 2005 . . . and get your exhibit space application in as soon as possible, for the third largest petroleum show in Canada! With over 300 exhibitors anticipated and thousands of industry visitors attending, Evergreen Park is going to be the busiest place in the entire patch!

Industry Links

Alliance Pipelin

Aron Services Ltd.

ATCO Electric


BJ Services Company Canada

McElhanney Land Surveys Ltd.

Midfield Supply Ltd.

Midwest Surveys Inc.

Nabors Production

National Oilwell

Surepoint Services 

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