The deadline to submit final invoice reports for work completed under the Site Rehabilitation Program has closed and the program is not accepting any new invoice submissions.
An additional 45 days for the Site Rehabilitation Program was granted by the federal government.
All application periods are now closed. Although these deadlines are now closed, detailed information about the program is provided for reference and to provide updates on the program status.
Project completion: For all Periods of the program (Periods 1 to 8), work must be completed and invoices must be submitted for the completed work by February 14, 2023 at 4:30 pm.
Visit the Grant invoicing and payment page for more information to assist with invoice submissions including more details about the common invoice submission decline reasons and the specific page reference to the requirement in the Invoice and Reporting Guidelines.
Nominations through the Landowner and Indigenous Community Site Nomination process which were received by March 31, 2022 at 4:30 pm have been posted, however no new site nominations are being accepted.
The list of nominated sites has been posted.
Indigenous businesses will play a major role in Alberta’s post-pandemic energy strategy and government is committed to ensuring that the necessary supports are in place to build broad Indigenous community participation in the Site Rehabilitation Program (SRP).
Indigenous oil field service companies
Developed with the Indian Resource Council, and with permission of the participating companies, here is a list of some Indigenous oil field service companies in Alberta (XLSX, 81 KB) available to do oil and gas site closure work. Please reach out to companies directly for more information.
* This list will be updated periodically as new information is submitted.
This list is for information purposes only. It is not a complete list of all Indigenous oil field service companies in Alberta – more will be added as additional companies take part. It is the responsibility of grant applicants to ensure the Indigenous Company Criteria is met in their grant application, as outlined in the Site Rehabilitation Program Guidelines (PDF, 903 KB) (page 16). Grant applicants enter into contracts with companies on the list at their own risk. The Government of Alberta is not affiliated with the companies on this list and assumes no responsibility or liability for their use.
Support for contractors
Government is taking immediate steps to enhance Indigenous participation in the Site Rehabilitation Program:
- Government has appointed a dedicated Indigenous liaison to answer questions that may arise from Indigenous companies during the application process, helping to support the completion of accurate, eligible applications. Contact information is included below.
- An Industry Advisory Committee, including representatives from the Indian Resource Council, has been established to provide advice and feedback on the program.
- A roundtable with Indigenous oil field service companies has been established to help connect communities with Indigenous oil field services and to provide two-way communication and information on the program.
Connect with the Site Rehabilitation Program Indigenous liaison, Darlene Howat:
Alberta Energy and Minerals
Site Rehabilitation Program
4th floor, North Petroleum Plaza
9945 108 Street NW
Edmonton, Alberta T5K 2G6
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