Interactive Monitoring Map 


There are a number of benefits to membership in WBEA. For many industry members, it is a major part of regulatory compliance, it decreases operating costs and eliminates air monitoring repetition. WBEA's membership represents three levels of government, environmental non-government organizations, industry operators and Aboriginal groups. Each member has an equal voice at the table, and helps to set the direction of the Association.

If your organization is interested in becoming a member of the WBEA, or if you would like more information, please contact Sanjay Prasad, WBEA Executive Director, at

Aboriginal Members

Chipewyan Prairie Dene First Nation
Christina River Dene Nation Council
Conklin Resource Development Advisory Council
Fort McKay First Nation 
Fort McKay Métis Local 63  
Fort McMurray First Nation 468
Fort McMurray Métis Local 1935


Environmental Organization Members

Pembina Institute for Appropriate Development 


Government Members

Alberta Energy Regulator 
Alberta Environment and Sustainable Resource Development  
Alberta Health Services 
Alberta Health 
Environment Canada
Health Canada 
Parks Canada  
Regional Municipality of Wood Buffalo  
Saskatchewan Environment 


Industry Members

Athabasca Oil Corporation   
Canadian Natural Resources Limited  
Cenovus Energy Inc. 
Connacher Oil and Gas Ltd.  
ConocoPhillips Canada 
Devon Canada Corporation  
Finning Canada Ltd. 
Hammerstone Corporation  
Husky Oil Operations Ltd.  
Imperial Oil Limited 
MEG Energy Corp.  
Nexen Energy ULC
PetroChina Canada Ltd.
Shell Canada Energy  
Statoil Canada Ltd. 
Suncor Energy Inc.  
Sunshine Oilsands Ltd.
Surmont Energy 
Syncrude Canada Ltd. 
Teck Resources Ltd.  
Titan Tire Reclamation Corporation
Total E&P Canada Ltd.  
Williams Energy (Canada) Inc.